Don't Push Too Many Trolleys

And Other Tips from Navigating Life and Business

This product is featured on the Booko Blog
Cover Art for 9781119699064, Don't Push Too Many Trolleys by Ying Tan
ISBN: 9781119699064
Publisher: John Wiley & Sons
Published: 5 November, 2020
Format: Hardback
Language: English
Links Booko's Blog
1 other edition of this product

Improve your personal and professional life with compelling strategies and practical advice

Don't Push Too Many Trolleys: And Other Tips from Navigating Life and Business teaches readers ten crucial principles required to succeed in life and business. Written by Ying Tan, Founder and CEO of a multimillion pound financial services company, Don't Push Too Many Trolleys imparts sage advice suitable for anyone, at any stage of their life.

The author describes the attitudes, lessons, and traits that allowed him to become one of the youngest Vice Presidents ever at Goldman Sachs. He shows readers how he built a company from the ground up to create one of the most influential and powerful financial services companies in the UK. Full of concrete strategies and practical advice, this book provides:

A deeply personal and humble perspective on success in life and business

Actionable advice that makes a real difference in the pursuit of happiness and wealth

A front-row seat to the economic meltdown of 2008 and how the author managed to survive it with his business intact

Written for entrepreneurs, business people, financial professionals, and anyone else with an interest in improving their personal and professional life by taking full responsibility for their choices and actions, Don't Push Too Many Trolleys is an indispensable addition to the libraries of people across the world.


Booko is reader-supported. When you buy through links on our site, we may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more

Historical Prices

This graph is for informational purposes only. Occasionally pricing data is captured incorrectly, through bugs in Booko or the stores supplying data, which may distort the graph, providing undue hope that even lower prices sometimes appear.

Recently Updated