“[Entrepreneur Journeys] is a series of vignettes, one-third context, one-third financing, and one-third nuggets, and for the nuggets alone it is assuredly worthy of purchase and reflection.
As a long-time fan of Peter Drucker’s, and especially his focus on work as a calling and capitalism as doing well financially by doing good for the customer, I have an early note, “in the Drucker tradition.” “That is *very* high praise.”
“If you are looking for inspiration, the entrepreneurs that Mitra features are fascinating. They give a little background on themselves, so there is more information than simply the business side of it. Each interview runs for several pages and covers a LOT of information. This is quite valuable if you’re interested in how things are run and exactly how, with details, these people got started. I found it quite informative.”>
The book is also mentioned by Mark Harbeke in an interesting Winning Workplaces post.
This segment is a part in the series : Entrepreneur Journeys Book Review