Unwritten Epub Þ Kindle Edition

Unwritten Epub Þ Kindle Edition


  • Kindle Edition
  • Unwritten
  • Jack Delosa
  • English
  • 12 March 2016

10 thoughts on “Unwritten

  1. Evan Clark Evan Clark says:

    Surprisingly I enjoyed this book I'm not usually one for motivational self help books referencing the usual cast of business success stories such as Jobs Musk etc however there was something about this book which really resonated with me I'll buy Jack a beer if I ever meet him


  2. Any Length Any Length says:

    This book had some inspirational partsHowever I didn't like that when Delosa mentioned some famous people I got the feeling he had just tossed into his book a bit of research done on Wikipedia JK Rowling's history sounded like he had just looked up what it said about her on Wikipedia and copied it word for word Same about Einstein's history Although it is widely believed that Einstein's daughter Lieserl had died of Scarlet fever it is possible she had been adopted and most sources do mention that However Delosa to just claimed in his book that the child died of Scarlet fever which I felt left out the other possibility and states her death as a factAlso when talking about the the painting of the Sistine chapel by Michelangelo Delosa says that he painted God in the shape of a human brain Not so God was painted as the traditional bearded man who sits with at least 11 angel type figures inside some curtaining type material that is vaguely shaped like the human brain I have thus removed one star from my rating


  3. Colin McClean Colin McClean says:

    I found parts of this book insightful and other parts that simply lacked fact or depth to provide solidarity to the points the author was trying to make Overall; worth reading if you enjoy inspiration personal development books


  4. Sumudu Perera Sumudu Perera says:

    Decent book by a solid Australian entrepreneur and founder of Entourage I find the book had some good moments definitely in the vain of the inspirational books of this genre but laid out in a nice fashion Appreciated many of the points raised but feel that there were many sections that were either no substantive enough in terms of evidence or relied too much on recycled reasoning As such the book could have been both longer in some sections and shorter in others Also suffers from selection bias in terms of people chosen for examples but will give this a partial pass as I see what he was going for I think my enjoyment of the book would have been higher if this was the first of its kind I read so definitely recommend it to beginners of this genre or style It was otherwise a good and fast book in reminding me to reflect on some core aspects such as vision missions values legacy and periods of rest recovery and working through adversity particularly in the current pandemic we are living through 35


  5. A A says:

    Well meaningA great summary of inspirational people and how vision mission and purpose has guided their journeyBy using so many well known examples so freuently the lesson they have intended to illustrate is often obscured or not made at all Regardless it’s a wonderful anthology of success stories that are retold in an engaging wayThere seemed to be a lot of promise in the area of OPR Other Peoples Rules although in delivery of this idea felt a little short


  6. Michael Michael says:

    If you are seeking unconventional wisdom and has a growth mindset as opposed to the fixed mindset then this is a must read book I particularly enjoyed some of the pinpointers in this book such as the first principle method other peoples rules leadership ability to move people living on the extra mile and work life harmony to name a few I'd say it was money well spent


  7. Victor Victor says:

    This book could be summed up with two points Live your life with your own vision mission and values and enjoy the journey of failures and successes I feel like this book assumes that to lead a fulfilling life one must lead a meaningful life This line of philosophy does not work for everyone but if it works for you I'll recommend this book


  8. Beth Beth says:

    Amazing By far one of the best books I've ever read


  9. Christine Betts Christine Betts says:

    I have read a lot of these inspirationalmotivational books This is another to add to the shelf I liked that he focused on case studies discussing what sets successful people apart


  10. Bev Bev says:

    Good book for entrepreneurs


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Unwritten[PDF] ✈ Unwritten Author Jack Delosa – Capitalsoftworks.co.uk ‘Entrepreneurship mirrors life Both are about creation creating ourselves reimagining the future and in a very real sense building the world around us’ – Jack Delosa entrepreneur investor and BR ‘Entrepreneurship mirrors life Both are about creation creating ourselves reimagining the future and in a very real sense building the world around us’ – Jack Delosa entrepreneur investor and BRW Young Rich List Member Unwritten presents a startling revisionist approach to our understanding of entrepreneurship and living a life that aligns with your purpose Through personal reflection and stories of unconventional wisdom adversity and success Jack examines what it means to be great how we can achieve our life’s best work shape the world around us for good and leave a legacy far valuable than wealth alone Unwritten is a book that will inspire you to grow into your best self and make your life an example for those who want to do the same Your future is Unwritten Reinvent tomorrow ‘Jack Delosa is a real entrepreneur In Unwritten he elegantly uncovers how to build something truly great’ Matt RockMan co founder of Seek entrepreneur and investor ‘Jack Delosa is a heady mix of intelligence passion humour and humility In Unwritten he propels us to be better humans and in doing so de nes the new measure of success’ Megan uinn co founder of NET A PORTER non executive director at UNICEF Australia.

10 thoughts on “Unwritten

  1. Evan Clark Evan Clark says:

    Surprisingly I enjoyed this book I'm not usually one for motivational self help books referencing the usual cast of business success stories such as Jobs Musk etc however there was something about this book which really resonated with me I'll buy Jack a beer if I ever meet him

  2. Any Length Any Length says:

    This book had some inspirational partsHowever I didn't like that when Delosa mentioned some famous people I got the feeling he had just tossed into his book a bit of research done on Wikipedia JK Rowling's history sounded like he had just looked up what it said about her on Wikipedia and copied it word for word Same about Einstein's history Although it is widely believed that Einstein's daughter Lieserl had died of Scarlet fever it is possible she had been adopted and most sources do mention that However Delosa to just claimed in his book that the child died of Scarlet fever which I felt left out the other possibility and states her death as a factAlso when talking about the the painting of the Sistine chapel by Michelangelo Delosa says that he painted God in the shape of a human brain Not so God was painted as the traditional bearded man who sits with at least 11 angel type figures inside some curtaining type material that is vaguely shaped like the human brain I have thus removed one star from my rating

  3. Colin McClean Colin McClean says:

    I found parts of this book insightful and other parts that simply lacked fact or depth to provide solidarity to the points the author was trying to make Overall; worth reading if you enjoy inspiration personal development books

  4. Sumudu Perera Sumudu Perera says:

    Decent book by a solid Australian entrepreneur and founder of Entourage I find the book had some good moments definitely in the vain of the inspirational books of this genre but laid out in a nice fashion Appreciated many of the points raised but feel that there were many sections that were either no substantive enough in terms of evidence or relied too much on recycled reasoning As such the book could have been both longer in some sections and shorter in others Also suffers from selection bias in terms of people chosen for examples but will give this a partial pass as I see what he was going for I think my enjoyment of the book would have been higher if this was the first of its kind I read so definitely recommend it to beginners of this genre or style It was otherwise a good and fast book in reminding me to reflect on some core aspects such as vision missions values legacy and periods of rest recovery and working through adversity particularly in the current pandemic we are living through 35

  5. A A says:

    Well meaningA great summary of inspirational people and how vision mission and purpose has guided their journeyBy using so many well known examples so freuently the lesson they have intended to illustrate is often obscured or not made at all Regardless it’s a wonderful anthology of success stories that are retold in an engaging wayThere seemed to be a lot of promise in the area of OPR Other Peoples Rules although in delivery of this idea felt a little short

  6. Michael Michael says:

    If you are seeking unconventional wisdom and has a growth mindset as opposed to the fixed mindset then this is a must read book I particularly enjoyed some of the pinpointers in this book such as the first principle method other peoples rules leadership ability to move people living on the extra mile and work life harmony to name a few I'd say it was money well spent

  7. Victor Victor says:

    This book could be summed up with two points Live your life with your own vision mission and values and enjoy the journey of failures and successes I feel like this book assumes that to lead a fulfilling life one must lead a meaningful life This line of philosophy does not work for everyone but if it works for you I'll recommend this book

  8. Beth Beth says:

    Amazing By far one of the best books I've ever read

  9. Christine Betts Christine Betts says:

    I have read a lot of these inspirationalmotivational books This is another to add to the shelf I liked that he focused on case studies discussing what sets successful people apart

  10. Bev Bev says:

    Good book for entrepreneurs

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