KEVIN O’LEARY is one of North America’s most successful business entrepreneurs, as well as a star on CBC’s Dragons’ Den and ABC’s Shark Tank. Kevin founded and built SoftKey (later The Learning Company), the global leader in educational kids’ software, and negotiated its sale to Mattel for $4.2 billion in 1999. Since then, he has successfully co-founded, funded, and sold numerous companies in a range of industries, including storage, entertainment, and finance. Today, Kevin is the Chairman of O’Leary Funds, a $1.7 billion mutual fund company. He is also the co-host of CBC’s Lang & O’Leary Exchange and Discovery Channel’s Project Earth, and the host CBC’s new reality series, Kevin O'Leary’s Redemption Inc.
He keeps it real. Just like it should be. A life strategy to follow.Published 3 months ago by Master Blazer
Very well written book full of practical advice from the man who knows money better than anybody - Mr. Wonderful. This book should be read by everyonePublished 5 months ago by CatB
I AM ENJOYING THIS BOOK AND GETTING TO KNOW WHO KEVIN O'LEARY REALLY IS. ITS VERY INTERESTING TO LEARN HOW HE MADE HIS MONEY AND THE ADVICE HE GIVES TO WOULD BE ENTREPRENEURS.Published 10 months ago by twopixies
Kevin writes like he's in the room speaking to you. I found his writing style clear and concise. Kevin weaves his life story into the lessons/point that he's trying to get across. Read morePublished 11 months ago by Mark Orr
Well, it's a very interesting book and unique perspective way of thinking about life, money, relationship. It's such a valuable lesson for young generation to take. Read morePublished 14 months ago by qing yin
I think everyone could take a little advice about finances - from newlyweds to old hands like me, Kevin has sensible advice for just about everyone.Published 15 months ago by cj mackinnon-scott
He has a good points on spending and saving, but then again, these are just his opinions. He clearly doesn't like things like owning animals/pets, and he has a fairly black or... Read morePublished 17 months ago by K. Vanderpool