The Iceman Cometh by Eugene ONeillEugene ONeill was the first American playwright to win the Nobel Prize in Literature. He completed The Iceman Cometh in 1939, but he delayed production until after the war, when it enjoyed a modest run in 1946 after receiving mixed reviews. Three years after ONeills death, Jason Robards starred in a Broadway revival that brought new critical attention to ONeill’s dark play. In the half century since, The Iceman Cometh has gained in stature. Kevin Spacey and James Earl Jones have played Hickey. The Iceman Cometh focuses on a group of alcoholics who endlessly discuss but never act on their dreams, and Hickey, the traveling salesman determined to strip them of their pipe dreams.
Losing My Virginity: How I've Survived, Had Fun, and Made a Fortune Doing Business My Way
I was walking around the business section of my library last week and saw something about virginity and picked it up. Luckily it was a fantastic read by Richard Branson. I read this in a week and loved it. Richard Branson does not preach the ways to be successful or the right ways to run a company but demonstrates how he did it. If you are a conservative person working corporate or running your own business this influential book shows how Branson took risks every day and had fun while doing it. Noah's Recommendation: Read it.
Neal O'Gorman Serial Entrepreneur. This is the worldwide bestselling autobiography of iconic entrepreneur Sir Richard Branson, featuring his take on his latest business ventures, personal achievements and intrepid adventures. You'll also learn about how Sir Richard and his company are reaching for the stars in a new era of commercial space travel with Virgin Galactic. With insights into this very public figure's personal life as well as his business successes and the lessons he's learned along the way, this is an amazing memoir, motivational business guide and inspiring story that will capture your imagination. See more books written by: Richard Branson. This site uses Akismet to reduce spam.
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Fawcett wrote that " Branson offers a fascinating autobiography of a man who succeeded by taking huge risks, proving that the established way is not the only way.
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