"When There Are Too Many Lawyers...There Is No Justice."
This is business as it should be taught – in the raw. For those who want to act, not talk. Littered with gold nuggets.
I think the book is a cracker - fantastic read.
At last an extremely well written gem. This has to be mandatory reading for all directors, especially those engaged in not-for-profit organisations.Handed nothing except unrivalled determination and tested at every turn, Alan Manly has become one of Australia’s great export success stories. Manly writes about the most important business principles through the prism of his own successes and failures. Manly’s principles are applicable to every business person in any industry. So different from many other business books, you will laugh, you will cry but most of all you will learn the fundamental and timeless lessons that can turn you into a success. This is truly a Masterclass that anyone can – and should attend. This book should be compulsory reading in business schools. A very human, very Australian resource for today’s budding entrepreneur.
Alan reminds us that to be successful, entrepreneurs need plenty of cash, commitment and opportunities.”
Alan Manly has come back from the coal face with a sack of gold – nuggets of wisdom about how to succeed in business by really trying. No-one knows that better than Alan; no-one can write about it so hilariously; no-one can compress years of experience into such valuable little chunks. He’s a born teacher. Buy the book and have fun making a motza.
At last an extremely well written gem. This has to be mandatory reading for all directors, especially those engaged in not-for-profit organisations.
Alan Manly's and his first book, "When There Are Too Many Lawyers...There Is No Justice," chronicles Manly's experiences with the Australian courts over 10 years while fighting a fraudulent invoice for a mere $115.
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