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The Real Deal My Story from Brick Lane to Dragons' Den

A market leading business with a turnover of £130 million and swiftly became one of Britain's most successful entrepreneursFrom Caan's childhood as a Pakistani immigrant to the phenomenal success of his first company and beyond The Real Deal traces both his financial and personal achievements It offers a frank account of what. A fantastic book some very good advice given an all round brilliant sales business development book

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Success at thirty really signifies and brings us right up to the present including his impact on Dragons' Den and what his charity work from saving a hospital in London to building a school in Lahore means to him Ultimately it is a story of learning what money is really worth told by one the country's most insightful businessme. Brilliant book It started off a little slow but then tells you about how James created a recruitment firm out of nothing how it went through recession and how he franchised a second recruitment company It then tells about his second career as a venture capitalist and his experiences on Dragon s Den It is full of tips and wisdom about entrepreneurship and business in general Also what to look out for if you fancy pitching to the DragonsHe seems like a very nice humble guy and hats off to what he is trying to achieve with his charity work in Pakistan and other places


10 thoughts on “The Real Deal My Story from Brick Lane to Dragons' Den

  1. says:

    Now I'm the type of person who avoids reality style with a passion and while not real reality TV I did class Dra

  2. says:

    Interesting book I also find when someone writes out there story like this the circular nature of life and coincidences become so apparent A useful book with advice for going into business if you have his same characteristics not afraid to ask uestions and have a lot of confidence in yourself Humanitarian work was also inspiring and admirable using his powers for good

  3. says:

    Page turner Easy to read and great insight into the story of his success He also gives some great tips based on his experiences

  4. says:

    A fantastic book some very good advice given an all round brilliant sales business development book

  5. says:

    James Caan's autobiography is very interesting because James was an English entrepreneur who succeeded through operational excellence His company was an executive recruitment firm and therefore had no specific technological advantage so when James Caan saw an opportunity he developed his skills and approach until he found the strategy that worked then continued refining it to perfectionI found his approach interesting He

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    Never again I had to finish this book because I started it by mistake some years ago and it was just holding on me like a burden That

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    I read this book back a few years ago and I decided to read it again now that I'm older have experience in the world of work in recruitment in particular and am determined than ever that a life of entrepreneurship is for me Since working in recruitment and knowing how tough it is on a daily basis even with all the tools available for me the internet training best practice computers I've come to respect James even now that I can a

  8. says:

    Brilliant book It started off a little slow but then tells you about how James created a recruitment firm out of nothing how it went through recession and how he franchised a second recruitment company It then tells about his second career as a venture capitalist and his experiences on Dragon's Den It is full of

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    This is a great book for anybody into business or autobiographies of successful people Guy comes to Europe from Pakistan as a young child with a father that cannot read or write drops out of high school deals with societalsocial pressure to be something he's not and goes on to become a great businessman and philanthropistNot only do you get into the mind of James Caan you also get some very specific business a

  10. says:

    Awesome book and a great read seeing a fellow asian muslim go from nothing to multi millionaire I actually got it for free from the itunes library where James reads out his audio book himselfso was really goodAbove

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