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Excellent book. Its interesting to note his experiences and the challenges he faced opening his first restaurant, dealing with tax inspectors, union bosses in New York and general good nuggets of information that go into expanding a business empire and running a fine dining operation. My only criticism is that the chapter subtitles which summarise [...]
An excellent book giving me many insights into my own methods and approaches in life. I particularly loved his wit and use of examples in his chess career, chess playing psychology, the business world and of course everyday life. It is also well structured talking about preparation, MTQ (move, time and quality), innovation, attack, and [...]
Perhaps I’ve been living on the mooon, but after reading Still Me – I was very disappointed to hear that he passed away in 2004 especially as he’s made a significant contribution to further the research on Spinal Cord injuries and diseases. Still me is an excellent book that charts his childhood and film career. [...]