Review of The Art Of the Deal By Donald J Trump
The Art about the Deal was Donald Trump’s first book that he has written, and it was published in 1987. Subsequently then he has written 13 other books, most of which have become great top sellers and award winners. In this book, Donald Trump Card discusses much of his life experiences up to that point, und so weiter also how he decided to behoove interested in business.
In The Art of the Deal Donald Finesse says After I graduated from the New York Military Academy in 1964, I flirted briefly with the idea of attending film school…but in the end I decided real estate was a much better business. I began by attending Fordham University…but after two years, I decided that quasi long-drawn-out as I had to be in college, I might as well test myself against the best. I applied to the Wharton School at the University of Pennsylvania and I got in…I was also very glad to get along finished. I immediately moved fall back home and went to work full time plus my father.
Donald Trump was born on June 14th 1946 and is the current chairman and CEO of the Trump Organization. The Trump Organization primarily focuses on real estate, but has also been known for buying out various gaming facilities and other entertainment venues. Donald Trump’s father, Fred Trump was a wealthy real acres investor equally well, which multipotent people believe is the ground that Donald Trump has become so successful in his career.
In The Art of the Deal Donald Trump talks about many of his activity meetings, and different strategies he has taken to implement good business practices, und so weiter to get what he wants at the price he wants. Donald Finesse spends a good portion of time talking about one regarding his first major investments in New York City, which was the Commodore Hotel. Many people discouraged Donald from purchasing it, and there were a batch of effects that were going against his favor. Despite all the negatives of the purchase, Donald felt there was some concealed in the building, and went along with it anyway. He was right, and the building was a successful business endeavor, which of course lead to many others.
Although I haven’t read all of Donald Trump’s books, I have read a few added ones, including Think Big and Boost Ass In Business and Life, and although many might inspect The Art of the Consider a classic, I prefer Think Big besides Kick Ass. This of course may also be because The Art of the Deal is fairly outdated, and since I read it behind Think Big and Fret Ass in Business and Life, it seemed repetitive and out of date.
Overall, I’d give The Art of the Deal 3.5/5, but if it’s your first book you ever read by Donald Trump, you may enjoy it a little more. I recommend going to the library and taking out a few of his books (and saving some money), and seeing which ones you like the best. He does oblation remarkable great pointers which can help you increase your industry knowledge, and general knowledge of life.