I really liked this book because it not only has the distinctive personal touch offered by autobiographies, but it also contains many solid reflections about why Walmart succeeded. Not only was Sam Walton's tips nicely summarised towards the end, but by reading the book you could see his relentless focus about bettering his competition- visiting his competition personally, chatting to the extra associate and constantly thinking about how to get a talented executive on board.
A wonderfully written account of the dream and passion that created one of the largest fortunes of all time. I have a new found respect for the late Sam Walton and his family who had a consistent vision and just rolled it out over many years. To think what they created from small town USA is absolutely amazing.