What can you learn from someone who made millions out of nothing? No capital, no connections, and no fantastic product idea? That’s the story of popular comedian Kevin Hart. His autobiography I Can’t Make This Up is the subject of this week’s Must-Read Book Review, and it’s packed with valuable insights that any entrepreneur can utilize.

It’s a long read, but engaging all the way through. Most importantly, Hart’s personal philosophies on work ethic, failure, and adaptation are proof that success doesn’t come from outside funding or the “perfect” product idea, but from a willingness to execute with what you have. His revelations about personal transparency and the marketability of honesty are fantastic examples of the core business principles we can all apply. Kevin Hart is a funny guy, but his true-life business lessons are nothing to laugh at. Click Play!

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