Anyway, this short book (only 62 pages on my iPad, including the forward and content pages!) does clear up a few misconceptions. Entrepreneurs do more than just sell stuff they make/buy, they're also - lifelong learners, problem solvers, know-it-alls (in a good way!), risk-taking, etc. That sounds more like my thing.
If you're looking for a concrete, step-by-step guide to being an entrepreneur, you won't find it here. I find the book to be more of the inspirational than instructional. I finished reading it thinking "hmm.... I could do these" rather than thinking "oh, now I have to do ___,___ and ____.
In conclusion, it's a good starter book for those who want to be entrepreneurs. And if it doesn't work, I'll recommend the spongebob chocolate sales episode.
Disclaimer: I got a free copy of this book from NetGalley in exchange for a free and honest review.