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All in: 101 Real Life Business Lessons for Emerging Entrepreneurs by Bill Green is a non-fiction book with strategies and tips on how to become a successful entrepreneur and build a thriving business. Bill Green draws upon his own experience in the business world to share his insights in this book. It is extremely detailed, is laid out meticulously, and covers all aspects of creating a brand and successful business, which includes both real world strategies as well as the will and ambition that is needed to go along with it. All in: 101 Real Life Business Lessons for Emerging Entrepreneurs is divided into chapters and sub-chapters, including dreaming big, how to spot and capitalize on opportunities, the importance of will and the drive to succeed, customer service and relationship building, team building and leadership skills, growth and expansion through mergers and acquisitions, the pros and cons of private versus publicly traded companies, investments, planning for retirement, and more.
All in: 101 Real Life Business Lessons for Emerging Entrepreneurs is a great read and a useful one for budding entrepreneurs. In fact, I would recommend this even to teenagers or students who are just starting out and who have big dreams. This is especially true for those who don’t currently have a good mentor or guide that they trust. This book can certainly provide guidance and real-world practical tips on how to become a successful businessperson, provided one has the skills and the will. The writing is fluid and very engaging and really connects with the reader. I found a lot of tried and tested truths in this book and would recommend it to anyone.