In The 50th Law the combined expertise of rapper 50 Cent and author Robert Greene promises to teach readers to get rid of their fear, and succeed * Bookseller & Publisher * Invaluable business law ... it is almost frightening to think of the amount of leonine stone-walling that will be going on in boardrooms once this volume hits the shelves * Financial Times * An Art of War - style book of tough-guy maxims to live by -- David Smyth * Evening Standard * An entertaining analysis of the mechanics of individualistic power ... 50 Cent's story is well known, but seen through the psychologist's prism this tale of a thirst for business power and money makes compelling reading. Book of the Month - 8/10 * BA Business Life * If you have a penchant for the "don't mess" ethics of Napoleon, you'll probably love this -- Rob Sharp * The Independent * The hip hop entrepreneur book -- Matilda Egere-Cooper * Independent * Jackson's story is remarkable -- Jeremy Hazlehurst * City A.M * There are some pretty powerful things in there. I relate to him because we come from a similar world, where there are not a lot of opportunities, and he manages to turn every situation into a huge positive. -- Lethal Bizzle * Independent * Astonishing and sometimes poignant ... Jackson helps to bring the visceral survival instinct of the New York ghetto to the boardroom. -- Michael Odell * The Times * It's my favourite book -- Tinchy Stryder * Reveal *
In The 50th Law, hip hop and pop culture icon 50 Cent (aka Curtis Jackson) joins forces with Robert Greene, bestselling author of The 48 Laws of Power, to write a “bible” for success in life and work based on a single principle: fear nothing. With stories from 50 Cent's life on the streets and in the boardroom as he rose to fame after the release of his album Get Rich or Die Tryin’, as well as examples of others who have overcome adversity through understanding and practicing the 50th Law, this deeply inspirational book is perfect for entrepreneurs as well as anyone interested in the extraordinary life of Curtis Jackson.