You Can Get It If You Really Want
Start your business, transform your life
By Levi Roots
Levi is a role model to thousands of young people and their parents. His own success proves that if you want your dream enough, you can achieve it Levi Roots' Reggae Reggae Sauce empire is a true 'Dragons' Den' success story - and Levi is definitely the one person everyone remembers from the series. Endorsements for the book are likely from: Justin King (CEO Sainsbury's); Tim Campbell, founder of the Bright Ideas Trust (and first winner of BBC TV's 'The Apprentice'); TV Dragons Peter Jones and Richard Farleigh; plus numerous others. Levi has an excellent retail profile both for his cooking sauces and as author of three bestselling cookbooks.
You Can Get It If You Really Want, by Levi Roots, the man behind the Reggae Reggae Sauce empire and hero of BBC's 'Dragons' Den', is a business book brimming with positivity. In this inspirational and upbeat book, Levi provides essential tips and advice for successful business start-ups whatever your idea and wherever your starting point might be. This book includes informative and practical advice as well as Levi's personal anecdotes of his success and the lessons he learned from his mistakes. Levi's experience and passion for his message shines through every chapter. Additionally, the book includes personal insights from Peter Jones (Levi's own Dragon) and many other entrepreneurs and captains of industry. You Can Get It If You Really Want also includes Levi's Top 10 Rules for the Roots of Business Success - together with an array of business tools to slay the dragons waiting in the world of start-ups.
Levi Roots is an entrepreneur, musician and cook. He gained fame afterappearing on the BBC TV's Dragon's Den seeking funding for his ReggaeReggae Sauce, which has now sold over 2 million bottles. Other sauces and food products are in the pipeline. Levi has sold three successful cookbooks: his Reggae Reggae Cookbook; Caribbean Food Made Easy, a TV tie-in for the prime-time BBC2 4-part series of the same name; and Levi Roots' Food for Friends. As a musician, he has performed with James Brown, was close friends with Bob Marley, has sung to Nelson Mandela, and was nominated for a MOBO award in 1998. His Roots Reggae album is coming out soon. Levi lives and works in South London.
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07 Mar 2011
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