Inside Out: An extraordinary story of ambition, addiction and redemption

Inside Out An extraordinary story of ambition addiction and redemption When I was a kid my mum used to say I d either be very successful or end up in jail After growing up in Sydney s eastern suburbs Greg Fisher did what he thought a good Jewish boy should do He married

  • Title: Inside Out: An extraordinary story of ambition, addiction and redemption
  • Author: Greg Fisher
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 322
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • When I was a kid my mum used to say I d either be very successful or end up in jail After growing up in Sydney s eastern suburbs, Greg Fisher did what he thought a good Jewish boy should do He married, had a child and started making his way up the corporate ladder But after coming out and leaving his wife, Greg s life veered into the fast lane A list parties and a gr When I was a kid my mum used to say I d either be very successful or end up in jail After growing up in Sydney s eastern suburbs, Greg Fisher did what he thought a good Jewish boy should do He married, had a child and started making his way up the corporate ladder But after coming out and leaving his wife, Greg s life veered into the fast lane A list parties and a growing business empire were an intoxicating mix, and by the early 2000s his high stakes lifestyle was spiralling dangerously out of control Eventually jailed for corporate fraud and drug dealing, Greg spent almost eight years in prison, sharing a cell with some of Australia s most notorious criminals and began the slow process of rebuilding his life Written with brutal honesty, Inside Out is an extraordinary story of ambition, addiction and the long road to redemption.

    One thought on “Inside Out: An extraordinary story of ambition, addiction and redemption”

    1. 3.5 stars - Easy, quick and interesting read. It did bug me a bit that Greg's account of the whole Alex Perry affair was somewhat different to what came out in the court case. Anyway, great to see how Greg turned his life around.I am now intrigued by Marcus Enfield and have to go read about him now.Interesting interview by Greg here;abc/radionational/p

    2. Really interesting and easy read. I've been to OBK a couple of times with my meetup group and it's a fantastic place. I've seen Jimmy's painting which is beautiful. I had no idea of Greg's background. I'm always interested in how people end up exactly where they are supposed to. Great book.

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