A practical guide on how to find, and evaluate a business concept before commitment.
Winner of an Award for Business at 30, Duffy here shares a lifetime experience which included 5 major start-ups.
Easy to read and clearly presented, in this brief book he tells you how to start a business and how to run it.
It can help you measure your dreams before investing blood, sweat, and t tears on the wrong project - it can also befriend you towards the right one.
The idea of a nonagenarian advising readers on keeping fit is an apparent anomaly, until the reader becomes privy to the author’s unusual position. Now on the cusp of his 90s, with the advantage of age and experience, he has established a well-rounded Plan for a healthy later life. He invites readers to join with him on his journey to enjoy living to 100+. The Plan will likely lead the reader to a longer life, complete with purpose, creativity and the simple joy of living.
An adventure-packed biography of a dynamic entrepreneur, whose exciting career sees him scoring win after win against dangers, setbacks and adversities.
This is Duffy's story of growing up in wartime Ireland and beyond. The story of a serial entrepreneur who has had a hugely enjoyable and sometimes exciting career in widely different industries and situations.
In Two Giants, we explore why John D Rockefeller is today much more widely known than Calouste Sarkis Gulbenkian.
How their different styles worked to make them billionaires and leaders in the petroleum industry. Why Rockefeller was infamous and subjected to personal and professional attack while Gulbenkian was largely unknown.
Which of them was the more interesting?