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Delivering Happiness (Review and Analysis of Hsieh's Book)

Delivering Happiness (Review and Analysis of Hsieh's Book)

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Delivering Happiness (Review and Analysis of Hsieh's Book)

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44 pages
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Oct 14, 2014
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9782511017586
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The must-read summary of Tony Hsieh's book: "Delivering Happiness: A Path to Profits, Passion and Purpose".

This complete summary of the ideas from Tony Hsieh's book "Delivering Happiness: A Path to Profits, Passion and Purpose" shows how everyone has the potential to become a successful entrepreneur with dedication and hard work. In his book, Hsieh explains the best practices of his own company, Zappos, and how it is important to create a customer-focused company that also provides a happy working environment for employees. This book is a must-read for any budding entrepreneur who wants to learn from the best in the business and start building their fortune.

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• Save time 
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• Increase your business knowledge

To learn more, read "Delivering Happiness" and find out how you can start focusing on other people's happiness to increase your own.
Publisher:
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Oct 14, 2014
ISBN:
9782511017586
Format:
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by Tony Hsieh

About the Author

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About the Author

TONY HSIEH is CEO of Zappos Inc., an online shoe retailer which was acquired by Amazon in November 2009 in a deal valued at $1.2 billion. In 1999, at the age of 24, Mr. Hsieh sold Link Exchange, a company he and a friend had cofounded, for $265 million to Microsoft. He initially joined Zappos as an investor before then becoming an adviser and eventually CEO as the company grew from being a startup in 1999 to $1 billion in annual sales in 2008. FORTUNE Magazine rated Zappos as one of the 100 BEST COMPANIES TO WORK FOR in 2009. Mr. Hsieh has also cofounded a business incubator and investment firm called Venture Frogs. Tony Hsieh is a graduate of Harvard University.

The Web site for this book is at www.DeliveringHappinessBook.com.

Important Note About This Ebook

This is a summary and not a critique or a review of the book. It does not offer judgment or opinion on the content of the book. This summary may not be organized chapter-wise but is an overview of the main ideas, viewpoints and arguments from the book as a whole. This means that the organization of this summary is not a representation of the book.

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Tony Hsieh was born in Illinois to parents who had emigrated from Taiwan to the United States in order to attend graduate school at the University of Illinois. At age five, his father got a job in California so Tony grew up in Lucas Valley, Marlin County, California – which is north of San Francisco across the Golden Gate Bridge. Lucas Valley takes its name from movie producer George Lucas’s business which is located there.

Tony’s parents insisted that he learn how to play the piano and the violin but Tony didn’t see much point in that at all. Therefore, he used to go to his room and play a tape recording of him practicing. While his parents listened reassuringly to the practice session they assumed was in full swing, Tony spent his time reading books or magazines.

"As you can imagine, my piano and violin teachers could not understand why I showed no improvement every time they saw me during weekly lessons.

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