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Alibaba- The House that Jack Ma Built, by Duncan Clark “Today is brutal, tomorrow is more brutal, but the day after tomorrow is beautiful. However, the majority of people will die tomorrow night .” Who wouldn't want to read about a guy who was rejected by Harvard several times, only to be invited as a Speaker!
Jack Ma, an English Teacher turned an Internet Entrepreneur of the East, creating an Amazon of the East, calls Alibaba as his 1001th mistake! Written by a former Morgan Stanley Associate, this book is almost an Official Biography of Jack Ma, taking us from Inception to the IPO, through Ma’s early days, to rise of the mogul.
Ma attributes the success of Alibaba to the “Iron Triangle”- Strength in e-commerce, logistics and finance. Clarke’s book is a descriptive account of his own personal anecdotes from his time as a consultant, as well as dozens of interviews and also notes the history of other major players in the chinese market such as Bidu, Tencent.
Although the book might come across as very complimentary of Ma, it also brings to focus, some of the most difficult episodes of Alibaba- like asset- stripping accusations, counterfeits, The last chapter, “Icon or Icarus” ends with the summary of the challenges that lie ahead for Alibaba, the rise of new and diverse competitors. After the IPO, the shares of Alibaba plummeted 50% by summer of 2015.
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A few years ago we got this awesome item holder (have no idea what they are actually called) for the car.
I got it in a subscription box that no longer exists and it's from @3_sprouts.
We keep a couple of things in there for when we're in the car and we need to keep our kid entertained.
We usually have books and a couple of coloring notepads and crayons, this past month we also have had in there some diy dice with pictures of oral exercises to give her a better enunciation.
It's perfect as a first option before have to pull out my phone, however most of the times she doesn't even ask for it because she's so happy "reading". BTW if I do pull out my phone I don't turn on the data so she can only use PBS"s parent app which has educational activities.
What do you do to keep them entertained in the car?