Shut Up and Listen! is a true leadership roadmap to the summit of career success and satisfaction, featuring concise principles for entrepreneurs and business leaders at any level.
Tilman Fertitta, also known as the Billion Dollar Buyer, started his hospitality empire thirty years ago with just one restaurant. Over the years, he’s stayed true to the principles that helped him build the largest single-shareholder company in America, with over $4 billion in revenue, including hundreds of restaurants (Landry’s Seafood, Bubba Gump Shrimp Company, Morton’s Steakhouse, Mastro’s, Rainforest Café, and over forty more restaurant concepts) and five Golden Nugget Casinos. He’s also sole owner of the NBA’s Houston Rockets. This book shares the key insights that made it all possible.
In Shut Up and Listen!, Fertitta shares straight-talk “Tilmanisms” around six key action items that any entrepreneur can adopt today:
Be the BullNo Spare CustomersChange, Change, ChangeKnow Your NumbersFollow the 95/5 RuleTake No Out of Your Vocabulary
For aspiring entrepreneurs or people in business, this guide will help you take your company to the next level. When you put this book down, you’ll know what you’re doing right and what you’re doing wrong to operate your business, and if you’re just getting started, it will help set you up for success.
A groundbreaking, no-holds-barred book, Shut Up and Listen! offers practical, hard-earned wisdom from one of the most successful business owners in the world.
Greatly inspirational read!!!
His title may make it seem like he might be a rude person.. but this book encourages me to want to meet, learn and study about this passionate, caring, extremely hardworking and successful entrepreneur!
Great for entrepreneurs and business owners
A lot of this stuff is info you should already know. But you have your reasons on why, this book sheds another point of view in and really makes you focus on that particular topic. Easy read. Worth reading again to stay a top on things.
I approached this book with anticipation after seeing an interview with the man. His persona is one of having strength, confidence, and sharp business skills.
I finished the book feeling like so much more could have been said about how he acquired and runs his operations. Each chaptor felt like another appetizer when I wanted a full meal. Not to say each wasn’t satisfying, it just wasn’t enough.
I’m using the food metaphor because Mr. Fertitta has mastered the restaurant business like no other. But the man obviously has built an empire of multi businesses that is worth talking about! His next book should be all about overcoming the adversity he has faced, especially this past year of COVID lockdowns and how he has managed to keep his 600 restaurants afloat. I’m looking forward to it!