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This is is the best buy i could get from Amazon.in and my special thanks to them. The book is a must for those who want to grow up or start up or like need a kick start in any of the self business they are doing. The name Martha is a very well popular name related to all the crafts, cookings, ecorations and that reading this book you will get a inspiration too. Its worth reading and buying. !!!!! There are only few books only available with Amazon.in, is that what makes it different from other online sites which you have running in india.
this is one business book that when I need growth in pacing my time,money,order of choice entwining your personal life,employment, or choice to design business for self, each of us have to really need to figure out why a business course may or may not expand procedures for helps be in optimum shape for sorting out process of entrepreneur-ship, (noun 1.a person who organizes and manages any enterprise, especially a business, usually with considerable initiative and risk.) Some of the time we get talked into lengthy educational programs, because college or job hunt programs have to fill spaces to get grants for their own programs,on top of your cost of taking it. Everyone, would like to have money from us, @ When all is said, and done,many times I have found that none of it was fitting the profile my needs met. while help me discipline my reality of discipline reaching effective usefulness for all what my resource gives me optimum harmony for the wealth of life in front of me.
Brought this a while ago not from Amazon, read it and i was not satisfied, the book is poorly written, lacks depth and quality information, found it very general. It told me nothing about Martha. Really impressed!
Shelly Mateer, former CIA officer. Author of Single in the CIA, Mission: Stand Down, the Mingling in the CIA series, Mommy Thinks She's a Monster and The Lemon Seed. Creator of the BurpMitt® product line. Developer of the Cooking in the CIA app and Mommy's Gone Mad! music album.
5.0 out of 5 starsWise words from a woman who knows....
This is a great book for anyone starting, building or managing a business. Martha Stewart gives some important advice, peppered with anecdotes gleaned from her experience as a very successful businesswoman. I absolutely love the way she is positive about everything, even her past incarceration. She finds an optimistic way to look at even negative events - learning from each experience and rising from the worst events as an even stronger entity. Whether you are an experienced entrepreneur or just starting out on your journey, you need to read this book and soak in all of the wisdom it contains.
This is in no way an academic business book, but that's not what it purports to be. The chapter titles are her 10 Rules and they're all pretty much common sense. Her personal examples illustrate how these Rules are used to make decisions -- especially in a start up business. The big take away is when you see how she applied these common-sense rules and how they're manifested in her corporation.
Martha Stewart has been successful. She's overcome adversity, dealt with it, and used it to her advantage. Martha Stewart Living Omnimedia was able to continue in her absence because she built the businesses in a manner consistent with her 10 Rules.
Sometimes I think her personal examples come across as boasting, but as Sparky Anderson (I believe) said,"It ain't bragging if you can do it." And obviously, the book is read because Martha Stewart wrote it, and she's done it.
I realized the value of paying attention to her philosophy when she wrote early in the book: "I did not start an omnimedia company in my kitchen at Turkey Hill; I started a catering company." And then near the end she summarizes how the elements were combined "To build a brand" and not just to own a business." Keep this theme in mind when you read this book.