Mark Fins is a lifelong entrepreneur, the owner of two corporations and a frequent speaker on entrepreneurship. He is a supporter and provider of remedial reading scholarships for at-risk children and is active in philanthropy, particularly in local food banks. A tournament chess player, Fins has served on the board of the United States Chess Trust and helps introduce children to the game. He lives in a suburb of Boston.
Not really sure what to say about this book. In parts it felt very preachy and the tone felt very off. The story it self was fairly interesting.
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