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Sep 21, 2009


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Thanks, Mike!

Sometime in the last 24 hours, I was thinking to myself, "I hope there will be a review of this on Kruse Kronicle."


Michael W. Kruse

I plan to do some blogging about specific portions in the book later but I thought I'd at least put this short blurb out there now.

Conrade Yap

Reading your blurb and the title of the book makes me think that it will be a worthwhile read. What a refreshing way to remind all helpers the difference between "giving away a fish" and "teaching people how to fish."

Thanks for your post



Thanks for your review of the book! I've posted a link to it on the Chalmers facebook and twitter pages.

Michael W. Kruse

You're welcome. I hope to say more about the book in future posts.


Picked this up today after my Sunday afternoon nap. Seems like an easy read that will challenge a lot of preconceived notions. I found Brian Fikkert's intro quite engaging. I'm looking forward to the rest.

Michael W. Kruse

I think it is an outstanding book ... particularly for people who have little training in business or economics. Hope you enjoy it.

BTW, I forecast at least a 75% chance of going to Acton University in June.


Yay! I really hope to see you there, Mike.

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