The Apple Tree Theory: The Entrepreneur's Guide to Success, by Niklas Alm, is a short compendium of basic principles and truths, which one can use to achieve greater success and happiness. The manual is comprised of short chapters, easily read, and simply communicated, such that one can assimilate each basic fundamental presented. None of it requires "believing" or accepting any ideology or philosophy of life. They are, for the most part, as basic and essential as taking one's next breath. And if they are to be compared to breathing, which keeps us alive, then certainly, some of these principles, if applied to one's life, could only bring about improvement. The material presented by the author is based on his own experiences as a successful businessman and entrepreneur. You have nothing to lose in reading this book. Keep it by your bed, or by your office computer; read a chapter or two each day, let it soak into your essence, and then incorporate them in your approach to life and your dreams. Greater success might not be achieved overnight, but there is no question that if applied with effort and discipline, these principles can change one's life for the better. I recommend this book not only for entrepreneurs, but for anyone seeking to reach their goals.
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About Niklas Alm
Tell us about yourself and what inspired you to write
I am a carpenter and sales rep who became a seeker of wisdom and universal truths. The way of the modern thinker; the road to success. By living by these laws, it is success guaranteed. Success is not the same for everybody, but I believe that I have found the way to a successful life.
What do you attribute your success to in life? Hard work and a curious mind.
Tell us who or what inspired you to write your book. I wrote the book for my daughter as a testimonial of my findings and lessons learned in life. A guidebook for her to have as a beacon in her life.
What message are you hoping to pass to readers through your book? That there are quite a few universal truths out there which are not hidden from view; they are perfectly visible for anyone to see and follow.