I just recently read the first chapter and it seems to embody everything that a fledgling executive would need to know to succeed in the fast-paced, high-dollar business transactional goings-on of corporate America. To say that the first chapter is a wealth of information would be a huge understatement.
After I finished reading the first chapter I just stood in my bathroom staring at myself in the mirror wondering how someone could be so omniscient of the wheelings and dealings going on, for instance, like on Wall Street. It makes Gordon Gecko look like chump. I can only imagine what the rest of the book has in store.
What do you think ... Is The Art of the Deal the best business book ever? Should it be required reading for everyone entering the Harvard Business School? Is Trump the most knowledgeable business icon EVER?
"Nowadays, if your name is Donald Trump, everyone in the world seems to want to sue you."