Nigel Botterill had a successful corporate career Big six figure salary, bonuses, the works Then, one day in November 2002, a meeting didn t quite go to plan He found himself out of a job and, on the way home to tell his wife the news, he took the decision to never be employed ever again The Botty Rules is the story of what happened next How, after several false starts, Nigel has built a multi million pound business empire from scratch, with five separate brands This fascinating tale is a roller coaster ride of what it takes to achieve real entrepreneurial success in 21st century Britain The story is peppered with Botty Rules the simple but powerful lessons that Nigel has learned along the way, sometimes painfully, but which collectively are a complete blueprint for success for any business owner or entrepreneur who is serious about making it big in the new economy Straight talking, disarmingly honest, and packed with practical tips and help for any business owner The Botty Rules is probably the most useful and entertaining business book of the year Free Read [ Botty Rules ] By [ Nigel Botterill ] – rarefishingbooks.co.uk This isn t my usual type of book I would read but actually I came away from reading it thinking anything is possible and in life you should never give up especially when you want something, whether it be work, a relationship or even when struggling to motivate yourself at the gym, NEVER GIVE UP
If you run a business then you should definitely read this book Nigel is straight to the point and is clear about the things that any business owner should be thinking about to run a successful business. Loved it such easy reading and a great motivational book for anyone hoping to be self emplyed This was a great read Straight talking, common sense and Nigel seems like a good guy to boot. Extremely insightful for those aspiring to be an entrepreneur in the near future Very honest accounts of his many successes and struggles on his journey to becoming a self made millionaire.
- Botty Rules
- Nigel Botterill
- 03 December 2017 Nigel Botterill