I’ve discovered a rare treat. A business book that’s valuable and very funny too. When is the last time you read a business book that made you laugh out loud? Every month there seems to be scores of new books about different aspects of business. Very few focus on the special issues relating to running a business from home. And very, very few have ever made me laugh. This is an exception to the rule.Dave Sumner-Smith
Can I sue for emotional stress? OK Tony I am most displeased with you – you shouldn’t have written such a funny book. Picture the scene – we are taking a family break down in Brighton and I have found a good deal at The Grand Hotel (swanky or what) One afternoon it is raining so I decide to have tea and a nice read in the lounge. I stupidly took ‘Stripping for Freedom’ (the forerunner of Freedom from Bosses Forever) with me and firstly had raised eyebrows from the waiter. Secondly and worst – I started laughing aloud so hard that it came out as a snort – v. embarrassing – other guests lowered their copies of the Telegraph and Wisden to look disapprovingly at me! Seriously it is so funny Tony.Eva Davies
Laughing out loud. I’m really enjoying reading this. Indeed my snort of laughter woke up a few sleeping travellers on a Brighton to Victoria train when I read the part about looking good being simply a matter of how well you tuck in your bits!Julie Stanford
SOCULITHERZ ON TV: ‘20 FEISTY ENTERPRISE TIPS’
A free download of this funny mini book in which Soculitherz criticises everything there is to criticise about Tony’s style, speech and eating habits but also gives 20 useful tips for those starting and running their own business.