Richard Reed studied geography at St. John's College, Cambridge before starting a career in advertising. A few years later he and two friends left their jobs to found Innocent Drinks. Starting from a market stall, today Innocent produces more than a million smoothies a day and sells them in 17 countries across Europe. Reed is the founder of Art Everywhere and co-founder of the Innocent Foundation and JamJar Investments. He also presented the BBC Three series Be Your Own Boss. This is his first book.
Scanning through the delightfully illustrated pages, I found so many wonderful pearls of wisdom from remarkable game-changers, from Stephen Fry to Andy Murray, Sir David Attenborough to Martha Lane Fox . . . If you're looking for inspiration or useful life lessons, I recommend you pick up a copy -- RICHARD BRANSON Funny, entertaining and inspiring, Reed's book will surely motivate anyone who picks it up . . . Invaluable insights into life from an amazing collection of people . . . Remarkable * * Sunday Post * * Entertaining collection of pearls of wisdom . . . A fascinating new prism for understanding the powerful and the prominent * * Times Literary Supplement * * Ever wondered how the world's most successful people ended up doing so well in their lives? . . . If I Could Tell You Just One Thing contains a host of tips to help us lead more rewarding lives * * Daily Mirror * *