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What You See Is What You Get: My Autobiography
Love him or hate him!!!
...but this is a great read full of good examples of his rise out of the East End of London to Lord Sugar and on the way he was a Si...
The Accidental Billionaires - Ben Mezrich
This is the story of face book. Face book is one of the habits in life which you will love and use it loads, or find a complete waste of time. The Accidental Bi...
The Winning Mind – Seb Coe
Back in the lovely days of the 80s, when there was no email and no mobile phones, my goodness what did we do all day long? At work people must have been doing s...
A Luxury of Time - The Story of Jane & Mike Tomlinson
Not a book for the faint hearted. Jane first came to my attention when she won an award on BBC's Sports Personality of The Year several years ago, and then I ca...
Playing to Win - Dave Whelan
Only read this book if you are an old fashioned football romantic who hates that football is now a ‘Branded Entertainment’ served up by the ‘Premier League’ wit...
Leading From the Front – Gerald Ronson
This chap has made some serious money over the years and lost some serious money and then made even more. How? Well as far as I can make out by working every ho...
Winning - Clive Woodward
I loved this book the moment I opened it up. Never being a rugby fan until that wonderful November day in 2003 and WE beat Australia, I jumped on the band wagon...
Achieving The Impossible - Lewis Gordon Pugh
This chap along with my hero Sir Randolph Fines do certainly make you think that perhaps anything is possible. If you need a bit of motivation to get up and do ...
The Sound of Laughter - Peter Kay
Feeling down and in need of a laugh or two? Well in my opinion this is a great story of a true entertaining genius. Not every one I know who has read this book ...
The Real Deal - James Caan
This is the best business book / autobiography I have read for a while especially the first half of the book. I expect most people have seen him on the Dragons ...
Mud Sweat and Tears - Bear Grylls
This is a wonderful autobiography which I wasn’t sure if I would like, but I loved it. I often sit and watch his programmes with my son and we joke; ‘That he ca...
Mad, Bad and Dangerous to Know
This is truly a brilliant book by a brilliant and very inspirational man, the title sums it up. Unfortunately I have never seen him speak, but the clips on YouT...
Steve Jobs: The Exclusive Biography - Walter Isaacson
We have all loved his products, go on You Tube and watch him inspire his people and customers, now read the book on how he helped change the world. What more is...
The Ghost Runner - Bill Jones
‘The Ghost Runner’ is a very moving but true story about a man called John Tarrant, who turned himself into one of the world’s greatest long distance runners, b...
The Breaks are Off - Graeme Swann
Graeme Swann has truly been a great Cricketer for England and in some ways an iconic figure with-in the team as they enjoy their recent successes. He hasn’t alw...
Jonny My Autobiography - Jonny Wilkinson
A truly great English sporting hero. I always thought along with everyone else that if England ever were in trouble no worries, Jonny Wilkinson will come to the...
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