You're Hired: How to Succeed in Business and Life from the Winner of The Apprentice

You're Hired: How to Succeed in Business and Life from the Winner of The Apprentice


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You're Hired: How to Succeed in Business and Life from the Winner of The Apprentice 4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 6 reviews.
BrianMorris_b004va3hsw More than 1 year ago
Nice guy. He's honest, hard working and he has an eye for an opportunity. There's our first lesson for living the good life. Play life straight. Put in the effort. Look for ideas and opportunities (as I did when I wrote this review). Check Google for code b004va3hsw + Brian Morris and you'll discover what else Bill Rancic has to share in the ideas department. Mr NIKE was right. "Just do it." Great slogan. Brian Morris, ebook author. ebookofKnowledge
Guest More than 1 year ago
Highly recommended for anyone who followed the Apprentice (first season). If you were a fan of Bill, you will be an even bigger fan after reading his story and pondering his advice. It is an inspiring story about drive and determination.
Guest More than 1 year ago
After watching The Apprentice, I coudln't wait to pick up Bill's book. It is very motivational as he tells how he's achieved success from street smarts & energy. This is a must read for anyone who is wanting to start their own business or is about to enter the business world. Bill's advice shows that anyone can be successful & it can be applied to any type of business or situation.
Guest More than 1 year ago
Having never seen a single episode of the Apprentice, I was nonetheless drawn to read this book. It is quite a story. A young man who uses his instinct and experience-based know-how to succeed in business and life and on the Apprentice show. He triumphs over the Ivy League prepared, in a manner that highlights the essential importance of common sense and honesty and integrity. Lessons learned are woven within the author's story of buring cars low and selling them high in high school; starting a boat wash and wax service in college years; and starting a mail-order Cigar business after college. Fun and informative reading. Even though I did not watch the apprentice, I enjoyed reading about his experience on that show and how he won it. A fun book from an inpirational young man who speaks with honesty. Highly recommended.
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Guest More than 1 year ago
Not a terrible book. I would recommend it if you were a big fan of The Apprentice. Don't expect to get inspired or to find some great business advice that isn't already common sense.