A large portion of what was written (and how it was written) by Michael Gerber in The E-Myth Revisited reminded me of Robert Kiyosaki, and not in a good way. As with Kiyosaki’s fictitious “rich dad”, Gerber makes up characters in the book who lay massive compliments on his ideas. In return, he also compliments… Read More »
It took me forever to finish The 4-Hour Workweek because I can’t get over the nagging suspicion that Tim Ferriss is an overrated “lifehacks” aggregator. The author is clever to put a passage that addresses doubters at the beginning of the book. But by the end of the book, my suspicion is more or less… Read More »
Machiavelli on Business: Strategies, Advice, and Words of Wisdom on Business and Power by Stephen Brennan My rating: 1 of 5 stars Reads like an analysis of Nostradamus’ predictions, i.e. everything is open to interpretation. Unfortunately, the so-called “analyses” are often shorter than the excerpts from the original works, making this book appear like a… Read More »
Spotted this banner along the junction of Queen Victoria Street and Des Voeux Road in Central. At least people in Hong Kong can voice out if they think they are screwed. How about you, Singaporeans?