We continue with motivational literature. After having lured you with reviews of the biographies of Richard Branson and Gene Simmons, today is a book from local climes.
Why Dieter Bohlen?
“Phew,” I hear some say, “I’m supposed to read or even buy a book from this dude?
Of course this is the parting of the ways: some consider him the superstar par excellence, the others would never admit publicly that you watch his programs, listen to his music and even envy him a little bit for his success.
One thing you have to let Dieter Bohlen: his almost painful honesty when he expresses his opinion. That never gets boring. Continue reading “Review “Der Bohlenweg” by Dieter Bohlen”