Inside the Mind of a Serial Entrepreneur : A Shocking Story of Killer Ideas and Electrifying Ambition
by William Degel


Overview - With absorbing wit and hard-won wisdom, Willie Degel, owner of Uncle Jack's Steakhouse, tells the story of his ascension from blue-collar kid to the classic American archetype: the self-made man Willie Degel is not your typical successful entrepreneur.  Read more...

 
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Overview
With absorbing wit and hard-won wisdom, Willie Degel, owner of Uncle Jack's Steakhouse, tells the story of his ascension from blue-collar kid to the classic American archetype: the self-made man Willie Degel is not your typical successful entrepreneur. Raised in a blue collar neighborhood in Queens, New York, he never attended a top-flight business school--in fact, he barely graduated from high school. Scrabbling for a piece of the American Dream landed him in prison for credit card fraud. While there, in honor of his hard-working parents, Willie vowed to be not only a success, but an honest one. Now, at the age of 35, he's the owner of Uncle Jack's Steak House, a wildly popular restaurant in New York City with a growing line of spin-off products, and a multimillion dollar home-building business in the Hamptons. Willie Degel is well on his way to achieving the American Dream--and fashioning a classic Horatio Alger success story along the way. Degel speaks in a tough, streetwise patter full of insight, bravado, heart, and an infectious optimism. What he lacks in business school polish, he more than makes up for in pure drive and positive energy. There are no rules or formulas in Willie Degel's tale of success, no "Ten Easy Steps to Getting Rich." Instead, you will find lessons about life, a unique business philosophy, and--most important--inspiration.

 
Details
  • ISBN-13: 9780060511913
  • ISBN-10: 0060511915
  • Publisher: Regan Books
  • Publish Date: July 2019
  • Page Count: 224


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