Robert Herjavec launched one of the first companies dedicated to providing corporations with Internet security systems, selling the company to AT&T for more than $100 million. From there he moved to other ventures, including the sale of a Silicon Valley–based technology company to Nokia for $225 million. Three years later he established The Herjavec Group to provide highly sophisticated Internet security services to businesses. The star of CBC TV’s Dragons’ Den and ABC TV’s Shark Tank, Herjavec supports several charities dedicated to funding cancer research, and divides his time between Toronto and Miami. Visit him online at www.robertherjavec.com.
Great insights for entrepreneurs, and those who work for "driven" individuals. I found the first half of the book a bit scattered as far as flow, but the second half... Read morePublished 7 months ago by Kal
I took away some great insights and points from this book and it was great to learn about Robert Herjavec's history and learn from his stories.Published 14 months ago by Amol Thind
Mr. Herjavec's notes implicitly draw parallels between business and life. It's easy to read if you have a mind and taste for organizing your thoughts and habits in order to... Read morePublished 23 months ago by Scott MacLeod
I read the book and it didn't have anything in there that was "Ground Breaking" I like Robert on Shark Tank and Dragons Den and I hope I get a chance to see more of him in... Read morePublished on May 21 2013 by SunnyFL
A young Croatian comes to Canada, starts with little and does very well. This book is less a description of how he built and sold a series of successful businesses and more an... Read morePublished on Feb. 25 2013 by Reg Nordman