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Reviewed by Renee Guill for Readers' Favorite
In Moonshots: Creating a World of Abundance by Naveen Jain with John Schroeter, with a foreword by Sir Richard Branson, here we find out how curiosity and imagination will help solve problems and give entrepreneurs new ways of doing business. Naveen Jain gives great details on what’s to come. He talks about how he got into his businesses and how others have been started. He talks about how the mind set will change the world with building new technology and helping the environment. Naveen Jain mentions how Star Trek and other science fiction novels and TV shows will help pave the way to new ways of doing things, such as how machines will be helping humans not hurting them.
I thought Moonshots: Creating a World of Abundance by Naveen Jain with John Schroeter was fascinating, terrifying and sometimes a bit aggravating. I have anxiety/depression caused by a chemical imbalance, so when someone says we just have to change our mind set, I get a bit upset. That’s one of the stigmas we need to eradicate. Also, about the poor; Naveen Jain should be careful in lumping people together, like the poor. Being a Trekkie and seeing how some of the technology is coming true was pretty cool, and a little frightening. I really loved how he talks about his past and how he made it. It made Moonshots more personable, instead of just reading a 'how to' book. Naveen Jain is great at telling us that we only need a little bit of imagination.