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This book is excellent. If you are like me, someone who derives inspiration from the entrepreneurial achievements of others, then this book is for you. It takes you through the difficulties and triumphs of so many inventors and entrepreneurs, who have persisted against difficult odds in order to achieve great things. I was looking for exactly such a book when I purchased this book, and I am glad I purchased it. One other nice thing about this book is that it provides these insights into the accomplishments of these hard working and persistent people who believed in their dreams, in small doses. Each description of the achievements of each of the people covered is provided in small stories no more than two or three or so pages in length. This makes it ideal for repetitive small, casual reading experiences. One can pick up this book and read about, for example, one or two of these remarkable achievers and then put the book down until the next time when one has a few moments to pick it up again and read about a couple of more achievers. I would recommend this book to anyone who is starting a business or to any entrepreneur who is going through some of the inevitable difficult times that all entrepreneurs face sooner or later. Read this book and feel inspired to know that others have had dark and difficult moments and have triumphed.
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Charles F. Carey, Jr. (died January 9, 1945) was a United States Army soldier and a recipient of the United States military's highest decoration—the Medal of Honor—for his actions in World War II.
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