> From John Perkins, author of "Confessions of an Economic Hit Man" and "Hoodwinked"
Dal LaMagna's story is not only eloquent and insightful; it is also an enlightening expose on how to bounce back from failure and succeed in a failed economic climate.
A college professor once told a class I was in: "The only difference between a person who ultimately fails and one who succeeds is that the latter has failed one more time and tried again."
"Raising Eyebrows" is a magnificent testament to this philosophy.
This is an easy to read, often funny book that, like stories told by the Buddha, carries a great deal of sage advice.
6 years 16 weeks ago
At least as funny as Woody, Tweezerman did it by himself, looking at his strengths and weaknesses without flinching and being willing to learn from what he saw.
4 years 17 weeks ago
> Raised eyebrows can imply various things at some point of unique cultures and contexts. The period of the raised eyebrow also performs a role at the which means. The meaning of raised eyebrows generally depends absolutely on the rest of your facial emotions.
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> Dal LaMagna is one of the funniest, most original people I've ever met. He puts his money, passion and creativity to work for what he believes in. I say that with particular appreciation because he was the first person ever to invest in me. Dal is a born storyteller who has good material to work with. This book is guaranteed to make you laugh--and think about how you are living your life. -- Nina Rothschild Utne, Co-Founder Utne Reader, Founder Future Fit 6 years 20 weeks ago