Total Rethink: Why Entrepreneurs Should ACT Like Revolutionaries

McCourt, David

  • 出版商: Wiley
  • 出版日期: 2019-06-18
  • 售價: $900
  • 貴賓價: 9.5$855
  • 語言: 英文
  • 頁數: 240
  • 裝訂: Hardcover - also called cloth, retail trade, or trade
  • ISBN: 1119565359
  • ISBN-13: 9781119565352
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Rethink your way to a better life

In business, and in life, everything is changing fast, apart from how we behave. Our ways of thinking and making decisions have changed little since we lived in agricultural and industrial societies, but the problems we now need to solve are entirely different. It requires a revolution in thinking and behavior to meet the challenges that now face us and avoid disaster we need to totally rethink the model.

Part business biography, part business blueprint, Total Rethink explains how this can be done. Successful telecoms entrepreneur David McCourt lays out the reality of the dangerous situation we find ourselves in and suggests solutions which will empower everyone, including business people, politicians, diplomats, and teachers, to repair the damage we have already done, and prepare for the dramatic changes to come.

- Change the way you think and behave to be a true entrepreneur

- Understand why incremental change no longer works

- Move at the speed of the times we're living in to keep up

- Find trusted, effective guidance you can put to practice today

Written by a sought-after speaker, businessman, and entrepreneur, the advice inside this book will help you learn to think--and live--like a revolutionary.


David McCourt (http: //; New York, NY) is an Irish American businessman and entrepreneur. He is one of the world's most successful, award-winning business people, with a personal worth of $1 billion. Over the last thirty years he has founded or bought twenty companies in nine countries and won an Emmy as a television producer. The Economist described him as having, "impeccable credentials as a telecom revolutionary." He is currently Founder and Chairman of Granahan McCourt Capital whose European offices are in Dublin.