Heh, nice interview, Philipp!
I hope I'll be able to find a copy of this book. It sounds good. :)
"OK. So in the beginning, there were like 40 employees with you, right? Did you massage all of them, like Sergey Brin, Larry Page...?
Yes, mostly all of them. Sergey and Larry included."
Yeah, right... really intelligent question... :P
But this interview really make me wonder whether maybe I should buy that book. It sounds quite interesting...
Philipp , a wonderful interview .
When the book is out on the market , will buy one to read .
It really amazing .
Do notify us on your blog when the book it out .
Good interview-excellent read...
kept my attention, and I can't say I'm a big reader, but that's changing too!
I like the fact that Bonnie is a strong Christian ;)
This is probably one of the nicest interviews you did on Blogoscoped. The other favorite of mine is the one with Matthias Schindler (since I'm a Wikipedian). :-)
What a GREAT interview!!!!
I know Bonnie is going to have 1,000 pre-release galleys of her book at a speaking engagement in San Jose on December 11. Then we'll be able to buy her book on her website www.giiglebook.com sometime in December – I already have my "pre-order" in. I emailed her agent and found out that the galley will be a little different than the book that will be released at the end of the year. Just a few editorial changes, she said. Nothing major.
Bonnie is awesome. I'm so happy for her. Thanks Philipp!
got to follow my "pre commentators"! -> real nice interview, Philipp, congatulations!
Nice interview, both of you. Maybe it's a good thing the Japanese massage chairs can't talk :D
I like her way to answer in a direct way.
The book must be very well written.
If Google has scaled linearly, there would need to be at least 250 masseuses by now.
YAY! You can buy her book now on her Web site: www.giiglebook.com and it's available in almost all countries too!
Thank you, for including this story because of the encouragement that it gives to young Massage Therapists; i.e., it changes the paradigm that we face because it shows that there are Success Stories and Heroes that actually make it good instead of having to struggle to keep the VW fixed and running.
It's more than a book – it's a Success Story!
Every company should have a Resident Massage Therapist, and every Massage Therapist should have Options.
Thank you, Bonnie, for leading the way!