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“O’Leary’s book reads exactly like he talks on Dragon’s Den. He’s a consummate marketer, so it’s no surprise he does a masterful job of telling his life story with the right mix of swagger and humility. You’ll gain a deeper appreciation for his business acumen, drive and determination. And if you’re an aspiring entrepreneur or someone who’s debating whether to pursue your passion, you’ll get some invaluable advice and cold hard truth for the bargain price of just $29.95.”
“[Kevin O’Leary] is a master at relaying the cold, hard truth to people, even when it makes them cry and stomp their feet. That's why the title of his new memoir, Cold Hard Truth, cuts to the heart of his philosophy of life and money, which really boils down to one thing: focus on making cash or get out of business.”
From the Hardcover edition.
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.
Last couple of chapters are promoting his company. Overall it is a great read.Published 1 month ago by Gaurav Suman
Kevin is great, as always! Learn from him to manage your money! Very good book, as good as the first one. Very easy to read and he gies good advices.Published 3 months ago by Dmitri
This book did not contain very much advice on finances and life in general beyond that of common sense.Published 3 months ago by Erik
This book provides good financial advice for a young person starting off in life. I wish I'd read it in my early twenties.Published 3 months ago by Chris Coleman
He keeps it real. Just like it should be. A life strategy to follow.Published 8 months ago by Master Blazer