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Often Wrong but Never in Doubt: Categorized. Lists Produce Confident False Memories. Kurt DeSoto. Follow this and additional works at. It's not a question. It is a philosophy to live by. It's Donny Deutsch's motto. And it is the secret possessed by every person with the right stuff—the one. Often Wrong, Never in Doubt and millions of other books are available for instant access. Often Wrong, Never in Doubt: Unleash the Business Rebel Within Hardcover – October 4, It's Donny Deutsch's motto.
Rating details. If you're willing to sift through all the chaff there are jewels in this book, but it takes a lot of work. January 19, The case describes a real instance where a college student, Sarah James, attends a Mexican university INI for the summer to develop her language and cross-cultural capabilities. I think people in a variety of fields could benefit from some of the reminders that he has in this book. I was surprised to learn how similar my high school experience was to that portrayed by Donny. Other editions. More Details
It is a tool to motivate people, build a business, and create a business culture. Often Wrong, Never in Doubt is an inspirational book from one of America's most colorful and exciting entrepreneurs. It's Donny's story. In a fun conversation with the reader, Donny lays out the core principles that propelled him to create tremendous wealth, build a huge and influential business, and become a national personality.
Using inside stories of the media, the advertising industry, and a youth spent growing up on the streets of New York, Donny gives the commonsense bottom line that he has learned along the way, broken down into real, relevant, and inspiring lessons that will be useful to everyone from the front-line salesperson to the middle manager to the successful corporate executive.
It's also a useful guide for dating. Get A Copy. Hardcover , pages. Published October 4th by HarperBusiness first published October 1st More Details Original Title. Other Editions 9. Friend Reviews. To see what your friends thought of this book, please sign up.
To ask other readers questions about Often Wrong, Never in Doubt , please sign up. Be the first to ask a question about Often Wrong, Never in Doubt. Lists with This Book. Community Reviews. Showing Rating details. Sort order. Jul 23, Rich rated it it was ok Shelves: Deutch has an ego on a par with that of his good buddy--the Donald.
Between the two of them, they could light the entire Eastern Seaboard for six months if they could find a way to translate ego into electrical energy. He did some amazing things with his father's advertising business, after he bought the old man out.
He doubled the firm's billing and did pioneering in several areas of advertising no one had ever thought of before. So he has some business sense.
Too often, however, his ego gets in the way of everything else in the book. I read this at a time when I was looking to make some changes in my life, and some of the things he said really fired my imagination, desire and hope. I found myself underlining several passages--"Why not me? If you're willing to sift through all the chaff there are jewels in this book, but it takes a lot of work. Feb 12, Catherine rated it liked it.
This book has been sitting on my "to read" stack for some months now. This morning it got my attention and began reading. The first impact on me was his philosophy, "Why not me? Why not me? The second impact was reading about his "getting to this point" historical information.
How he struggled with being a misfit in the boxes our environment wanted him to fit in and how eventually he did find his path in his father's company. His struggle was somewhat interesting but he stil This book has been sitting on my "to read" stack for some months now.
His struggle was somewhat interesting but he still had a silver-spoon in his mouth when he did finally settling down -- his father's practice was in the mature stage.
Thus, he didn't have to build it from stratch. Much easier place to walk into. It's now off the air, for whatever reason. I do miss having the oppotunity to turn it on and see if there is something interesting though.
He did have a different way of seeing things. Unfortunately, I found many of the people he interviewed to be part of the box trying to say they weren't in the box.
Or maybe I'm just plain jealous because they found a box that delivered a lot of money fairly fast. Well another topic for another couch session I guess. So far, the first few chapters have been interesting and I'm not the person who likes to read about someone growing up years. I tried reading Donald Trump's books and could not stop myself from falling asleep.
But not before shouting, "You had it made Donald, your Dad did the work for you. Apr 10, James Pritchert rated it it was amazing Recommends it for: This was one terrific book. It is about the advertising world but it is so much more and so much more entertaining.
It is part autobiography and part how to succeed in the advertising world. It is told in a free flowing narrative style that immediately grabbed me and kept me hanging on the end. The title is compelling in that it could be my life's philosophy and here, Donny lays it all out for us. It is his journey so far through school, business, and life up to this point.
This book make me w This was one terrific book. This book make me want to be his sidekick but I will settle for following his adventures from a distance. I can highly recommend this book to just about anyone who enjoys a great read about a successful person.
It will not spell out how to succeed but it makes us celebrate Donny's success. May 19, Aaron Goldfarb rated it really liked it. Honestly, this is not a book I would have EVER picked up, but two friends I highly respect told me it was a must-read, so First off, Donny is a douchebag the obvious pun of his name is correct--a little nominative determinism perhaps , but I think he'd readily admit that! And, it doesn't mean that he isn't still inspiring and doesn't offer a lot of great insights.
Douchebags often do. So, my friends are right.
It was a worthwhile read, a great read even, and a real honest read unlike most busi Honestly, this is not a book I would have EVER picked up, but two friends I highly respect told me it was a must-read, so It was a worthwhile read, a great read even, and a real honest read unlike most businessman's co-written autobiographies.
Just take the dust jacket off the book while you're reading it in the subway so know one laughs at you.
Jan 16, Michael Tarpinian rated it liked it Shelves: An OK read. It did not help that I read this just after Tony Hseih's book. These guys have a similar story—from slacker to star. Donny could have just gotten by on his good looks and charm. Except for those he pissed off, he was everybody's buddy.
To answer one job interview question about what he enjoyed about college, he replied, "babes and basketball. The biggest takeaway was the line, "what's a win for you? Nov 30, M J rated it liked it Recommends it for: A co-worker leant me this book when they found out that I was majoring in advertising. It is by Donny Deutsch, who was the president of one of America's largest advertising agencies.
While it's more of a "self help" type book, it also has a lot of personal stories tied in. Although I can't stand his personality on tv or in the book either really , I found the book interesting and took more away from it about life than I thought I would. Oct 08, Pam rated it really liked it. Harper Collins First Look book. Donny Deutsch tells his story of how he turned his boutique ad agency into one of the mega stars.
Forthright and motivational -- especially interesting were the new business pitches. Aug 31, Paul rated it liked it. Deutsh is a smart guy Well, he's a competitive guy Well, he's a rebel The reader must decide how Professor McGill should respond. McGill had been attempting to build a relationship with the administration at INI in hopes of sending more students there for cross-cultural and language training.
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