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In The 50th Law the combined expertise of rapper 50 Cent and author Robert Greene promises to teach readers to get rid of their fear, and succeed Bookseller & Publisher Invaluable business law ... it is almost frightening to think of the amount of leonine stone-walling that will be going on in boardrooms once this volume hits the shelves Financial Times An Art of War - style book of tough-guy maxims to live by -- David Smyth Evening Standard An entertaining analysis of the mechanics of individualistic power ... 50 Cent's story is well known, but seen through the psychologist's prism this tale of a thirst for business power and money makes compelling reading. Book of the Month - 8/10 BA Business Life If you have a penchant for the "don't mess" ethics of Napoleon, you'll probably love this -- Rob Sharp The Independent The hip hop entrepreneur book -- Matilda Egere-Cooper Independent Jackson's story is remarkable -- Jeremy Hazlehurst City A.M There are some pretty powerful things in there. I relate to him because we come from a similar world, where there are not a lot of opportunities, and he manages to turn every situation into a huge positive. -- Lethal Bizzle Independent Astonishing and sometimes poignant ... Jackson helps to bring the visceral survival instinct of the New York ghetto to the boardroom. -- Michael Odell The Times It's my favourite book -- Tinchy Stryder Reveal --This text refers to the Paperback edition.
A hip hop icon joins forces with the best-selling author of The 48 Laws of Power to write a bible for success in life and work living by one simple principle: fear nothing.See all Product Description
A great book all around. The content is relevent and interesting and it's leather like cover with lovely ribbon page marker is just lovely.Published on April 14 2013 by MeL C
If you read "48 laws of power", don't bother with that one. I don't think that 50 cents has written a single line in the book. Read morePublished on Aug. 15 2011 by dsimard