“Max demonstrates the rewards of overcoming seemingly impossible obstacles. He fought through tremendous disappointments to succeed not only in business but also to become a world-class philanthropist. He is an MVP in the entrepreneurial arena.” —Steve Young, NFL Hall of Fame quarterback
Nonfiction/Business & Economics
You could say that Max James is an author who developed much of his character through sheer force of labor. Growing up on a farm with a strong-minded father, the virtue of a hard day's work was instilled in Max from a very young age. Through Max's experiences on the farm, the Air Force Academy, the Vietnam War, and more, he forged an unshakeable ethos that propelled him into becoming a remarkable entrepreneur.
The Harder I Fall, The Higher I Bounce is Max James' story of his own life experiences, both funny and heart-wrenching, that taught him lasting life lessons about relationships, personal fulfillment, and success in business.
It has been said that life is the best teacher, and The Harder I Fall certainly makes a compelling case for the truth in that statement.
Through the captivating power of his own exciting life stories, Max James proves the rules of entrepreneurship to have real-world applications time and time again.
- If you don't like your work, you probably don't do it very well
- Always be prepared to walk away from the negotiating table
- Cut your losses early
- Never sell past the close
- Don't burn bridges behind you
With each life story yielding a brand new lesson, readers will be captivated to see entrepreneurship and life from an entirely new lens.
The Harder I Fall, The Higher I Bounce, by Max James is a fantastic tribute to the magic of life experience to shape us into greater people. Don't miss this amazing read for seasoned and aspiring entrepreneurs alike!
“This is a fascinating book and should be on the reading list of every young aspiring entrepreneur. Max vividly captures his early experiences as a cadet at the Air Force Academy and how they shaped and guided him for a very successful business career years later.” —Harry Pearce, former vice chairman of General Motors