World-changing Secrets of the Entrepreneurial Mindset Revealed: Learn how curiosity, imagination, and exponential possibility are remaking an anxious world
Entrepreneur Naveen Jain is leading disruptions today that will reshape the world—and beyond. From redefining civilian space exploration to creating a path to free energy to reinventing healthcare and education, Jain is at the forefront of the exponential technology developments that will forever change how we live and work. In Moonshots, Jain reveals the secrets of the “super entrepreneur” mindset—the catalyst for creating an exciting and abundant future. He then walks readers through the application of these powerful concepts in three moonshot initiatives that he is leading today—one of which is Moon Express, a private lunar venture that promises to open up the moon’s vast resources for the betterment of humanity, while another, Viome, is working to eradicate chronic disease at its very source. In Jain’s world, the term “moonshot” is meant both literally and figuratively! Journey with Jain through these illuminating pages and awaken your own moonshot potential. It’s a discovery that will change your life—and quite possibly the world.
Check out the starred review by Kirkus.
“There is so much genuine wisdom in this work that it is hard not to come away impressed with the breadth and depth of Jain’s insights. An exuberant, mind-expanding, and at times enthralling call for inventive entrepreneurs.”
And this, from Midwest Book Review:
“Would-be entrepreneurs, investors, and individuals vested in bigger-scale perceptions of life’s possibilities will find Moonshots a detailed survey not just of Jain’s processes and success, but the types of thinking on disruptive innovation that lead to success on many different levels. Moonshots should be in any collection strong in business, ideology, self-help, philosophy or technology. It’s a highly recommended, decidedly hopeful probe of mankind’s next possible stage of self-driven innovation and evolution. [It is] a read to be digested slowly, savored over a period of time, and approached with the respect for complexity that it deserves.” —Diane Donovan, Midwest Book Review