Anyone Can Do It

Anyone Can Do It

Duncan Bannatyne / Dec 08, 2019

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  • Title: Anyone Can Do It
  • Author: Duncan Bannatyne
  • ISBN: 9780752881898
  • Page: 436
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. This is the first biography I have read and i am definitely going to keep on reading some. This book is truly inspiring and insightful. I have learned more in business with this book than with my business education. Duncan's journey is interesting because he worked on opportunities. He sold ice creams because it was popular in the summer. He started Quality Care Homes because the turnover was guaranteed governments money. He reinvested his money where the money was at but he didnt work in a busi [...]


    2. His villa in Cannes an excellent reward for all his work. The conversation with God is a similitude of any of religious characters who found it a church or monastery. Lengthy data about Dragons' Den programme. From investing in pieces of land to inserting his companies into the stock market, a detailed job following all the process, oustanding.


    3. Decent and inspiring book on entrepreneurship. Sometimes gets a bit over "I donate!" however contains really useful information and insight. A must read for anyone interested in starting a business.


    4. Interesting, informative, helpful to read how he made a mint, although I think the title is wrong, not everyone has Duncan's tenacity, drive and ambition, and neither his head for figures. It should be called 'Anyone has the opportunity to do it'.



    5. Duncan Walker Bannatyne, OBE, is a Scottish entrepreneur, television presenter, philanthropist and author. He was born in Clydebank on the West Coast of Scotland on 2 February 1949. His business interests include hotels, health clubs, spas, media, TV, stage schools, property and transport. His OBE was awarded for his contributions to charity. Banntyne has written seven books. Anyone Can Do It was his first. Bannatyne's father,Bill, was a most interesting man. He served in the Argyll and Sutherla [...]


    6. I did not think I would see the day that I would read the biography of a celebrity, let alone love it. I spied it on my brother-in-law's bookshelf and picked it up for some reason. After reading the back cover I just knew I wanted to read the whole book. I read it all inside a few weeks (which is good for me). Duncan wasn't my favourite dragon before I read his story, but now I am a fan. This isn't a criticism, or at least I don't intend it to be, but in places he surprises me with how freely he [...]


    7. I liked Duncan's approach to writing this book and related to him on quite a few levels. Coming from a working class background, I was often told by my mother and step father not to get ideas above my station and received constant digs about them never being good enough all because I wanted more from my life. It was comforting and inspiring to read Duncan's journey. I could see where my desire to be in charge of my life came from, although I had seen it before on other levels, reading Duncan's s [...]


    8. Anyone Can Do It is an inspiring read for all entrepreneurs—newcomers and veterans who yet have to earn their first million. Duncan Bannatyne didn’t make his first million until he was past 30. In fact, he did not decide to become a millionaire until he was 30, although he has already shown an entrepreneurial drive when he was young. Anyone thinking they’re already too old to pursue that dream of wealth and freedom can learn from this guy.There’s a lot to learn from this book about how b [...]


    9. I like biographies, and although I am not as big a fan of Duncan Bannatyne as I am of other entrepreneurs the way he made himself by starting with nothing and reinvesting each time he made money is how he has got where he is, and while I don't think 'anyone' can do it, a lot of people could follow his example. He has inspired me further still. I have always found him a little rough, and his bio seems to back that up. I am not at all a fan of the way he justified his first divorce nor overall how [...]


    10. Best known for his role in BBC's "Dragon's Den", entrepreneur Duncan Bannatyne tells his story from his childhood in Scotland up to 2006 and the fifth season of Dragon's Den.The book is a fairly open and honest accounts of Bannatyne's success - and failures - moving from running an Ice-Cream Van to launching his care home business, gyms and even a short-lived acting career before joining the cast of Dragon's Den where he became a household name.Bannatyne's drive in business and his commitment to [...]


    11. I really enjoyed Duncan's book, well written and dare I say inspiring? Duncan is not your typically businessman and has had a far from normal life. What's most surprising is that he didn't really get going until his 30's (there's still hope for the rest of us!)If you like Dragon's Den or are simply interested in business and want to know more about how these businessmen/women get to where they are I strongly suggest you start here. He doesn't reveal the secrets to the universe but he does descri [...]


    12. [Audiobook Review]I think the audio book was an abridged version, because it was so short, and might actually be interesting in reading the author’s full book. Duncan Bannatyne was late at the getting rich game. He started at 30, and a few years later he became a millionaire, which makes his book somewhat more interesting to someone in my position, who is 31. I think what makes Duncan interesting is that he just DID things, he didn’t seem to overthink them, didn’t make tons of business pla [...]


    13. Duncan Bannatyne is the second biography of a British entrepreneur I read about (after Richard Branson). Mr. Bannathyne has an interesting story to share, he started he entrepreneurship career by selling ice-cream in the summer, venture into health care homes, fitness clubs and others businesses making him a multi-millionaire.He indeed is a very inspired business person, especially toward the end of the book, he shared about his involvement as one of the panel investor in the TV reality show - D [...]


    14. Once you can wade through the me, me, me aspects of this book it is a good read. It's an empowering story for would-be entrepreneurs and there are some sound business tips hidden in there too. Don't take no for an answer from planning authorities and banks, build a strong team who you can really trust - then delagate!Duncan Bannatyne went up in my estimations with the amount of good charity work he does too. He's a no-nonsense guy with a big heart - and possibly an ego to match


    15. This is an interesting book. Duncan was/is certainly very gutsy and developed his companies at a rapid rate, but he had a good head to work out the mathematics on each company. At different times in the book the word 'ruthless' crossed my mind, but in the last chapter he described how he wasn't ruthless in his approach. He was a tough negotiator and walked out on several big deals based on principle (but they came crawling back to him). Interesting insight into his world.


    16. "Anyone can make a million" is not something said lightly but here, he backs it up with the facts and a take-no-prisoners attitude towards business waste, which is (if solved) more profit. I started a business from scratch that went national and now international I can say this guy is the real deal. Well-written but glosses a little on the shear amount of work needed to build a company but it is not that hard, just dedicated, non-stop work.


    17. This is a great book. Like any autobiography, you have the impression that the author might be hiding some of the more troublesome parts of his business. However, this self-made millionaire tell his story, where he comes from, and how his life experiences led to the way he is. This book gives you courage, that you too can also become successful.


    18. Duncan Bannatyne has been there, done it and got the t-shirt. A natural entrepreneur. The book is well written and takes you on a journey of business knowledge and personal endeavor. It's a good book well worth a read.Although my own dealings with Bannatyne have lead me to question his business sense entirely!


    19. I only read this book because I'd seen the bloke on TV and thought he came across as someone with a story to tell - I was proved right with this book - he had absolutley nothing to start with so to have achieved what he has done completely from scratch was bound to be a story - well worth reading and what I would call 'an easy to read' book.


    20. I absolutely love Dragons' Den so when I saw this for 2 quid in a charity shop I just had to snap it up. Fair to say it was very enjoyable and enlightening on his business career. Definitely not someone I would want to work for- he'd scare me silly, but I do admire how he made something so big with no links or head starts.


    21. A really interesting read and a great insight into how Duncan became so sucessful. Whilst he maintains that anyone can do it, not everyone has his eye for a deal or the courage to take the (calculated) risks he's taken. Really inspring and moving (especially his charity work).


    22. I enjoyed this. Interesting to see how a Glasgow lad had made the best of opportunities he saw. A good insight into the mind of an entrepreneur. Should be called "Anyone can do it (but most people can't be bothered)".


    23. I absolutely loved this book, despite not being especially endeared to the dour Scotsman beforehand. The business information was useful; what was more engaging was the story of Duncan's life, especially how he did not let adversity define him.


    24. Duncan Bannatyne shows us how he acquired his millions. From Ice-cream man to owning his own Fitness branches. Duncan shows you that anyone can do it and what he's done is nothing out of the ordinary, just commonsense and the will to take risks. A must read for anyone wannabe entrepreneurs.


    25. I am really enjoying this book of this self-made millionaire ans self-taught business man. A natural entrepreneur! Can't wait to finish this bookVery interesting book! I must admit he has an eye for business


    26. I hadn't known Duncan Bannatyne before I read the book. It's a pity that he went through a costing divorce, but his book gave me many insights for business that I hadn't realized. I wish I had read this several years earlier. I highly recommend the book.


    27. excellent book from a fellow scotue inspirational stuff how he went from selling ice creams to a multi millionairekes it seem so simple and straight forward - but he had big balls! Respect !Waseem MirzaWaseemMirza


    28. Great read, I can do it!Whilst this book is a fascinating story about Duncan bannatynes life, it also gives you valuable business advice using scenarios he has encountered on his journey and gives you confidence in starting your own business.10/10.


    29. Interesting. Loved the fact that this guy started off with such a simple trade. I've cream man !


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