Get Smarter has ratings and 25 reviews. Peter said: This book reads like afternoon coffee with a grandfather, whose pride, confidence and self-satisf. Get Smarter is Schulich’s original and informative attempt to impart lessons learned in a lifetime to today’s youth by someone who has achieved success in both. Get Smarter is like a series of notes from Schulich about how to conduct both your professional and personal lives. If a wise CEO were to use.
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Trivia About Get Smarter. I picked this book for a school project and I am so glad that I did. The book contains many simple mental models that are crucial to good decision making. They will hold their value against the ravages of inflation far better than cash, bonds, GICs or other long-term paper savings. Make a pros and cons list for a decision, framed by a question Eg Should I go to Western? I was definitely not disappointed by this novel.
When in comes to love, sex, and friendship, take the lessons with a grain of salt. Jan 16, Eli Al rated it really liked it. Being the year-old, Canadian entrepreneur that I am, I was definitely curious to find out what nuggets of knowledge I could gather from the now year-old billionaire from Montreal.
Jobs to Seek and Those emarter Avoid Main idea: Schulich claims that he has read about books over the course of his life, 80 percent of which comprise nonfiction, and that this habit has accumulated more knowledge for him than his three university degrees. Schulich, who made most of his money in the oil industry, attempts to impart dozens of potentially useful ideas, rather than two or three main ones.
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Life and Business Xmarter by Seymour Schulich. You’ve successfully reported this review. Quick possibility the single best book I’ve read, if not, in the top 5. Schulich goes through the broad lessons learned in his life, most of which you’ve probably heard before but it’s still fairly interesting and not much of a time commitment. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account.
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He also indicated in this book that he has read over 2, books, so he is writing out of experience and knowledge. This makes it all highly readable and re-readable, but the information sometimes feels random, challenging to retain, and almost impossible to summarize without re-listing. In examining his own life Seymour Schulich, a Canadian billionaire and philanthropist, realized that at age 20 he-like others his age-knew very little and was aware of that fact.
Refresh and try again. Get Smarter is Schulich’s original and informative attempt to impart lessons learned in a lifetime to today’s youth by someone who has achieved success in both his personal and professional life.
The book is full of great anecdotes, quotes from others, and real business lessons. To turn text into a link, highlight the text, then click on a page or file from the list above.
But when it comes to giving advice, the former stock analyst who struck it rich The book is a light and easy read that contains seemingly random insights on everything from sex to leadership to the development of China.
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Get Smarter: Life and Business Lessons by Seymour Schulich
This book reminded me that no one gets everything right. You can remove the unavailable item s now or we’ll automatically remove it at Checkout.
Preview — Get Smarter by Seymour Schulich. But some very interesting advice from a very successful businessman. Be A Positive Person Self-explanatory Great anecdote about how it only takes a small change in perspective to alter your attitude.
Get Smarter: Life and Business Lessons
There are no discussion topics on this book yet. The list of books he gives at the end to read is great. The Innovation Blind Spot. It’s a great easy Being someone who is quickly approaching my high school graduation I found this book to zchulich an extremly helpful read.
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It’s a very broad book which means something’s you can’t wait to finish skipping and others you may not understand as easily depending on who you are. Who should I recruit? Already have an account? Three of my favorite: Jul 19, Jonathan rated it did not like it. Goodreads helps you keep track of books you want to read.