Part one sets the tone of the book, at this point I’m asking:
Is this an art book?
Or is he writing poetry or a business book?
The answer is that is all that, and more.
Sid is a man of many words.
I wondered what it would be like as an audio book or an artistic video presentation with a narrator’s voice.
The book aims to help you develop your Personal Entrepreneurship Philosophy (PEP).
As he mentions, this is definitely not a “How-To” book.
And this is not your ordinary business book.
Sid Mohasseb combined his love of poetry, storytelling, history and philosophy.
The book is full of quotes, poetry, anecdotal stories to drive his point across.
My favorite parts of the book is how he relates being an entrepreneur to being like a pilot and a dancer. Interesting stuff & full of insights from his years of experience.
In conclusion, I recommend this book to entrepreneurs who have an affinity for poetry and art. For those looking for something more direct, this might not be your cup of coffee.
Pros: Interesting ideas presented in an unconventional way.
Cons: Might be challenging to read if you’re used to more direct business books.
TLDR: If you like poetry & business intertwined, this might be for you.
I received an advance review copy of this book from LeadersPress. Thanks Jonecca!
I wrote a lot of other book, course and video reviews too.
Check out the rest here:
[Read more reviews]
[Submissions for Review Consideration]
- Are you an author who wrote a jazz, guitar or music book?
- Have you created a DVD or an online video course or subscription based website?
- Would you like me to review your book/course?
Please send me a message at azsamad3 at gmail.com with:
For courses: a link to the course/video/product + access info etc.
For books: a link to the book (Dropbox) or PDF attachment (if it’s small) for review consideration.
Depending on whether I dig the book/course, I’ll let you know if I do plan to review it!
I cannot guarantee a review for every submission & if I’m not too into it, I may opt not to review it. I mean, it’s better to get a good review that for me to write a bad review just because it’s not a match for the kind of stuff I dig right? :p
NOTE: All reviews reflect my honest personal opinion so be aware that I will point out both cool Pros and Cons that I see in the work. You dig?