The Third Door: The Wild Quest to Uncover How the World's Most Successful People Launched Their Careers (Unabridged‪)‬

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Publisher Description

FORBES #1 CAREER BOOK TO READ IN 2018

The larger-than-life journey of an 18-year-old college freshman who set out from his dorm room to track down Bill Gates, Lady Gaga, and dozens more of the world’s most successful people to uncover how they broke through and launched their careers.


The Third Door takes readers on an unprecedented adventure—from hacking Warren Buffett’s shareholders meeting to chasing Larry King through a grocery store to celebrating in a nightclub with Lady Gaga—as Alex Banayan travels from icon to icon, decoding their success. After remarkable one-on-one interviews with Bill Gates, Maya Angelou, Steve Wozniak, Jane Goodall, Larry King, Jessica Alba, Pitbull, Tim Ferriss, Quincy Jones, and many more, Alex discovered the one key they have in common: they all took the Third Door.
 
Life, business, success… it’s just like a nightclub. There are always three ways in. There’s the First Door: the main entrance, where ninety-nine percent of people wait in line, hoping to get in. The Second Door: the VIP entrance, where the billionaires and celebrities slip through. But what no one tells you is that there is always, always… the Third Door. It’s the entrance where you have to jump out of line, run down the alley, bang on the door a hundred times, climb over the dumpster, crack open the window, sneak through the kitchen—there’s always a way in. Whether it’s how Bill Gates sold his first piece of software or how Steven Spielberg became the youngest studio director in Hollywood history, they all took the Third Door.

GENRE
Business & Personal Finance
NARRATOR
AB
Alex Banayan
LANGUAGE
EN
English
LENGTH
08:42
hr min
RELEASED
2018
June 5
PUBLISHER
Random House Audio
SIZE
441.2
MB

Customer Reviews

cerosfx ,

Very disappointing book

I feel ripped off with this audiobook. The content of this book is 90% stories and 10% actual useful content. I find the voice of the narrator annoying. It sounds like a teenage boy that is trying to figure how to to live his life. If I was 15 years old I might this is useful assuming I am interested in what this kid has to say. As a young adult I find this not good for the money

If you want to read something more useful read Sam Walton Made in America or The everything store, Jeff Bezos and the Amazon age. My two cents.

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