For anyone who is, or is about to become an entrepreneur, you probably should read this book. However, I'm applying such faint praise because the book itself is OK, but fails to include any real analysis in its text.
The 32 chapters are made up of verbatim interview with founders of various companies (some big and some small) and many of those interview contain real gems - actual applicable lessons for would-be entrepreneurs. But there's a whole of lot text which isn't really that interesting which the reader needs to work their way through to get to those lessons.
All in all, worth the money, but would really have benefitted from some analysis.