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High Growth Handbook
by Elad Gil (Jul 17, 2018)
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Well-known technology executive and angel investor Elad Gil has worked with high growth tech companies like Airbnb, Twitter, Google, Instacart, Coinbase, Stripe, and Square as they've grown from small companies into global brands. Across all of these break-out companies, a set of common patterns has evolved into a repeatable playbook that Gil has c...
Zero to One
Notes on Startups, or How to Build the Future
by Peter Thiel (Sep 16, 2014)
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If you want to build a better future, you must believe in secrets.The great secret of our time is that there are still uncharted frontiers to explore and new inventions to create. In Zero to One, legendary entrepreneur and investor Peter Thiel shows how we can find singular ways to create those new things. Thiel begins with the contrarian premise t...
The Lightning-Fast Path to Building Massively Valuable Companies
by Reid Hoffman (Oct 09, 2018)
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Foreword by Bill Gates LinkedIn cofounder, legendary investor, and host of the award-winning Masters of Scale podcast reveals the secret to starting and scaling massively valuable companies.What entrepreneur or founder doesn't aspire to build the next Amazon, Facebook, or Airbnb? Yet those who actually manage to do so are exceedingly rare. So what ...
How to Invest in Technology Startups--Timeless Advice from an Angel Investor Who Turned $100,000 into $100,000,000
by Jason Calacanis (Jul 18, 2017)
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One of Silicon Valleys most successful angel investors shares his rules for investing in startups.There are two ways to make money in startups: create something valuableor invest in the people that are creating valuable things.Over the past twenty-five years, Jason Calacanis has made a fortune investing in creators, spotting and helping build and f...
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Jonah LuptonMeb Faber
Value Proposition Design
How to Create Products and Services Customers Want (Strategyzer)
by Alexander Osterwalder (Oct 20, 2014)
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If you liked "Business Model Generation," you'll love "Value Proposition Design." The sequel builds on the same visual format and practical tools that made the first one so useful. It shows you how to use the Value Proposition Canvas, a practical business tool to design, test, create, and manage products and services customers want. It compliments ...
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Steve Blank
The Entrepreneur Roller Coaster
Why Now Is the Time to #JoinTheRide
by Darren Hardy (Mar 03, 2015)
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66 PERCENT OF SMALL BUSINESSES FAIL—AND IT’S NOT FOR THE REASONS YOU THINK*. This book is designed for those new (or early stage) to entrepreneurship or those who have watched from afar and have wanted/wished to join in, but the fear of the unknown has kept them stupefied and in paralysis. This book will detail the worst (which is not so scary afte...
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Derek Sivers
The Mom Test
How to talk to customers & learn if your business is a good idea when everyone is lying to you
by Rob Fitzpatrick (Sep 09, 2013)
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The Mom Test is a quick, practical guide that will save you time, money, and heartbreak. ...
Talking to Humans
Success starts with understanding your customers
by Giff Constable (Sep 23, 2014)
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With a foreword from Steve Blank, Talking to Humans is a practical guide to the qualitative side of customer development, an indispensable skill for vetting and improving any new startup or innovation. This book will teach you how to structure and run effective customer interviews, find candidates, and turn learnings into action....
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Andrew NgRon Conway
The Innovator's Solution
Creating and Sustaining Successful Growth
by Clayton M. Christensen (Nov 19, 2013)
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A seminal work by bestselling author Clayton M. Christensen, now updated with fresh examples.In the international bestseller The Innovator’s Dilemma, Clayton Christensen exposed the Achilles’ heel of many companies: by ignoring the disruptive technologies that evolve to displace them, they help initiate their own demise. In The Innovator’s Solution...
Life, Liberty, and the Pursuit of Entrepreneurship
by MJ DeMarco (May 23, 2017)
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WHAT IF LIFE WASN'T ABOUT DECADES OF WAGE-SLAVERY, PAYING BILLS, AND THEN DYING?Today's contemporary slavery is an implied social contract whereas a gilded cage is exchanged for voluntary indebtedness and lifelong toil, a price sacrificed by a non-redeemable fifty-years of Monday through Friday, a willful servitude in which freedom is only promised...
Business Model Generation
A Handbook for Visionaries, Game Changers, and Challengers
by Alexander Osterwalder (Jul 13, 2010)
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Business Model Generation is a practical, inspiring handbook for anyone striving to improve a business model or craft a new one.1) Change the way you think about business modelsBusiness Model Generation will teach you powerful and practical innovation techniques used today by leading companies worldwide. You will learn how to systematically underst...
The Messy Middle
Finding Your Way Through the Hardest and Most Crucial Part of Any Bold Venture
by Scott Belsky (Oct 02, 2018)
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Entrepreneur, Chief Product Officer at Adobe, and product advisor to many of today's top start-ups Scott Belsky believes we focus too much on the start and the finish of any project, ignoring the most important part--the messy middle--where success is truly determined. Creating something from nothing is a volatile journey. The first mile births a n...
Built to Sell
Creating a Business That Can Thrive Without You
by John Warrillow (Dec 24, 2012)
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According to John Warrillow, the number one mistake entrepreneurs make is to build a business that relies too heavily on them. Thus, when the time comes to sell, buyers aren't confident that the company-even if it's profitable-can stand on its own. To illustrate this, Warrillow introduces us to a fictional small business owner named Alex who is str...
The Lean Startup
How Today's Entrepreneurs Use Continuous Innovation to Create Radically Successful Businesses
by Eric Ries (Sep 13, 2011)
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Most startups fail. But many of those failures are preventable. The Lean Startup is a new approach being adopted across the globe, changing the way companies are built and new products are launched. Eric Ries defines a startup as an organization dedicated to creating something new under conditions of extreme uncertainty. This is just as true for on...
The Innovation Blind Spot
Why We Back the Wrong Ideas - and What to Do About It
by Ross Baird (Sep 12, 2017)
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Our innovation economy is broken. But there's good news: The ideas that will solve our problems are hiding in plain sight. While big companies in the American economy have never been more successful, entrepreneurial activity is near a 30-year low. More businesses are dying than starting every day. Investors continue to dump billions of dollars into...
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How to Win at the Sport of Business
If I Can Do It, You Can Do It
by Mark Cuban (Jun 17, 2013)
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Mark Cuban shares his wealth of experience and business savvy in his first published book, " How to Win at the Sport of Business."One of the world's wealthiest entrepreneurs, Mark Cuban has collected and updated the greatest material from his popular blog, "blog maverick," to provide a handbook of insider knowledge on what it takes to become a thri...
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How Any Startup Can Achieve Explosive Customer Growth
by Gabriel Weinberg (Oct 06, 2015)
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Most startups end in failure.Almost every failed startup has a product. What failed startups don't have are enough customers.Founders and employees fail to spend time thinking about (and working on) traction in the same way they work on building a product. This shortsighted approach has startups trying random tactics - some ads, a blog post or two ...
Lost and Founder
A Painfully Honest Field Guide to the Startup World
by Rand Fishkin (Apr 24, 2018)
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Rand Fishkin, the founder and former CEO of Moz, reveals how traditional Silicon Valley "wisdom" leads far too many startups astray, with the transparency and humor that his hundreds of thousands of blog readers have come to love....
The Startup Way
How Modern Companies Use Entrepreneurial Management to Transform Culture and Drive Long-Term Growth
by Eric Ries (Oct 17, 2017)
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Entrepreneur and bestselling author of The Lean Startup Eric Ries reveals how entrepreneurial principles can be used by businesses ranging from established companies to early-stage startups to grow revenues, drive innovation, and emerge as truly modern organizations poised to take advantage of the enormous opportunities of the 21st century. In The...
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Paul Graham
Venture Deals
Be Smarter Than Your Lawyer and Venture Capitalist
by Brad Feld (Dec 26, 2012)
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Praise for Venture Deals"My biggest nightmare is taking advantage of an entrepreneur without even realizing it. It happens because VCs are experts in financings and most entrepreneurs are not. Brad and Jason are out to fix that problem with Venture Deals. This book is long overdue and badly needed."—Fred Wilson, Managing Partner, Union Square Ventu...
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Sophia Amoruso
Will It Fly?
How to Test Your Next Business Idea So You Don't Waste Your Time and Money
by Pat Flynn (Feb 01, 2016)
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Stop rushing into businesses born from half-baked ideas, misguided theories, and other forms of self-delusion. A lack of proper validation kills more businesses than anything else. As Joel Barker says, “Speed is only useful if you’re running in the right direction.” Will It Fly? will help you make sure you are clear for takeoff. It answers question...
Financial Intelligence for Entrepreneurs
What You Really Need to Know About the Numbers
by Karen Berman (Sep 08, 2008)
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Using the groundbreaking formula they introduced in their book Financial Intelligence: A Manager's Guide to Knowing What the Numbers Really Mean, Karen Berman and Joe Knight present the essentials of finance specifically for entrepreneurial managers.Drawing on their work training tens of thousands of people at leading organizations worldwide, the a...
One Simple Idea
by Stephen Key (Aug 02, 2016)
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The updated revised edition of the bestselling book about how to turn simple ideas into marketable money-making products....
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Disciplined Entrepreneurship
24 Steps to a Successful Startup
by Bill Aulet (Aug 11, 2013)
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How to Be a Capitalist Without Any Capital
The Four Rules You Must Break To Get Rich
by Nathan Latka (Mar 05, 2019)
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Instant Wall Street Journal Bestseller! You don't need to be Ivy League educated, have money, be creative, or even have an idea to get rich. You just need to be willing to break the rules.At nineteen, I founded a software company with $119 in my bank account. Five years later, it was valued at $10.5 million. I don't consider myself exceptionally br...
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Jay Eskenazi
Innovation and Entrepreneurship
by Peter F. Drucker (May 09, 2006)
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Peter Drucker's classic book on This is the first book to present innovation and entrepreneurship as a purposeful and systematic discipline that explains and analyzes the challenges and opportunities of America's new entrepreneurial economy. Superbly practical, Innovation and Entrepreneurship explains what established businesses, public service ins...
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Matt Mullenweg
Lean Analytics
Use Data to Build a Better Startup Faster (Lean (O'Reilly))
by Alistair Croll (Mar 26, 2013)
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Whether you’re a startup founder trying to disrupt an industry or an intrapreneur trying to provoke change from within, your biggest challenge is creating a product people actually want. Lean Analytics steers you in the right direction.This book shows you how to validate your initial idea, find the right customers, decide what to build, how to mone...
The Startup Owner's Manual
The Step-By-Step Guide for Building a Great Company (DIATEINO)
by Steve Blank (Mar 01, 2012)
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Now a decade after the Four Steps to the Epiphany sparked the Lean Startup revolution, comes its sequel…The Startup Owner's ManualThe Manual incorporates 10 years of learning and best practicesthat have swept the startup world. It:Incorporates the "Business Model Canvas" as the organizing principle for startup hypothesesProvides separate paths and...
Anything You Want
by Derek Sivers (Sep 24, 2015)
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Anything You Want is Derek Sivers' iconic manifesto on lessons learned while becoming an entrepreneurYou don't need a visionary master plan, loads of funding or a brilliant team to start a business.All you really need is GENEROSITY.When Derek Sivers started CD Baby, he wasn't planning on building a major business. He was a successful independent mu...
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Explosive Growth
A Few Things I Learned While Growing To 100 Million Users - And Losing $78 Million
by Cliff Lerner (Nov 07, 2017)
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*Ranked 'BEST STARTUP BOOKS OF ALL TIME'' by Benzinga*Ranked' BEST GROWTH-HACKING BUSINESS BOOKS' by BEST-SELLER in 5 Startup & Entrepreneurship CategoriesThis compelling and inspiring narrative gives entrepreneurs a rare behind-the-scenes look inside a fast-growing startup that created the first online dating app and grew to 100...
Founders at Work
Stories of Startups' Early Days
by Jessica Livingston (Sep 16, 2008)
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Now available in paperback--with a new preface and interview with Jessica Livingston about Y Combinator!Founders at Work: Stories of Startups' Early Days is a collection of interviews with founders of famous technology companies about what happened in the very earliest days. These people are celebrities now. What was it like when they were just a c...
The Launch Pad
Inside Y Combinator
by Randall Stross (Sep 24, 2013)
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A behind-the-scenes look at how tomorrows hottest startups are being primed for greatness   Investment firm Y Combinator is the most sought-after home for startups in Silicon Valley. Twice a year, it funds dozens of just-founded startups and provides three months of guidance from Paul Graham, YCs impresario, and his partners. Receiving an offer fro...
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The 7 Day Startup
You Don't Learn Until You Launch
by Dan Norris (Sep 29, 2014)
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From generating ideas to gaining your first paying customers, The 7 Day Startup is the bootstrapper’s bible for launching your next product. In The 7 Day Startup, Dan Norris, author and founder of, shows us exactly how he built a cashflowing small business startup from scratch in 7 days (and has since grown it to over $400,000 in annua...
How to Go Big, Create Wealth and Impact the World (Exponential Technology Series)
by Peter H. Diamandis (Feb 23, 2016)
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A visionary roadmap for people who believe they can change the worldand invaluable advice about bringing together the partners and technologies to help them do it. President Bill ClintonA radical, how-to guide for using exponential technologies, moonshot thinking, and crowd-powered tools, Bold unfolds in three parts. Part One focuses on the exponen...
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James Altucher
The Lean Entrepreneur
How Visionaries Create Products, Innovate with New Ventures, and Disrupt Markets
by Brant Cooper (Feb 26, 2013)
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You are not a Visionary... yet. ...
The Founder's Dilemmas
Anticipating and Avoiding the Pitfalls That Can Sink a Startup (The Kauffman Foundation Series on Innovation and Entrepreneurship)
by Noam Wasserman (Apr 01, 2013)
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Often downplayed in the excitement of starting up a new business venture is one of the most important decisions entrepreneurs will face: should they go it alone, or bring in cofounders, hires, and investors to help build the business? More than just financial rewards are at stake. Friendships and relationships can suffer. Bad decisions at the incep...
How to Make Millions with Your Ideas
An Entrepreneur's Guide
by Dan S. Kennedy (Jan 01, 1996)
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You've come up with a brilliant idea for a brand-new product or service you know could make you rich. Or maybe you currently own a business that pays the bills, and your dream is to become a fabulous millionairre. But how? How to Make Millions with Your Ideas has all the answers. This book is packed with the true stories and proven advice of ordina...
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The Power of Starting Something Stupid
by Richie Norton (Mar 05, 2013)
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What if the smartest people in the world understand something that the rest of us dont? (They do.) What if they know that in order to achieve success, they will sometimes have to do things that others may initially perceive as stupid? The fact of the matter is that the smartest people in the world dont run from stupid, they lean into it (in a smart...
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Running Lean
Iterate from Plan A to a Plan That Works (Lean Series)
by Ash Maurya (Mar 12, 2012)
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We live in an age of unparalleled opportunity for innovation. We’re building more products than ever before, but most of them fail—not because we can’t complete what we set out to build, but because we waste time, money, and effort building the wrong product.What we need is a systematic process for quickly vetting product ideas and raising our odds...
Art of Startup Fundraising, The
by Barbara Corcoran Alejandro Cremades (Dec 06, 2016)
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The Art of Startup Fundraising takes a fresh look at raising money for startups, with a focus on the changing face of startup finance. New regulations are making the old go-to advice less relevant, as startup money is increasingly moving online. These new waters are all but uncharted—and founders need an accessible guide. This book helps you naviga...
The Entrepreneur's Guide to Customer Development
A cheat sheet to The Four Steps to the Epiphany
by Brant Cooper (Jul 29, 2010)
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"This is a must read for all startups and stakeholders." - Steve Blank, author of The 4 Steps to the Epiphany, creator of Customer Development methodology"The Entrepreneur's Guide is an easy read. It is written in a conversational tone, doesn't take itself too seriously, and avoids extraneous fluff."- Eric Ries, Author & Creator of the Lean Startu...
Start Small, Stay Small
A Developer's Guide to Launching a Startup
by Rob Walling (Jun 08, 2010)
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Product Description: Start Small, Stay Small is a step-by-step guide to launching a self-funded startup. If you're a desktop, mobile or web developer, this book is your blueprint to getting your startup off the ground with no outside investment. This book intentionally avoids topics restricted to venture-backed startups such as: honing your investm...
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Company of One
Why Staying Small is the Next Big Thing for Business
by Paul Jarvis (Jan 14, 2020)
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What if the real key to a richer and more fulfilling career was not to create and scale a new start-up, but rather, to be able to work for yourself, determine your own hours, and become a (highly profitable) and sustainable company of one? Suppose the betterand smartersolution is simply to remain small? This book explains how to do just that.Compan...
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The Four Steps to the Epiphany
by Steve Blank (Jul 17, 2013)
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The essential book for anyone bringing a product to market, writing a business plan, marketing plan or sales plan. Step-by-step strategy of how to successfully organize sales, marketing and business development for a new product or company. The book offers insight into what makes some startups successful and leaves others selling off their furnitur...
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Start Something That Matters
by Blake Mycoskie (May 15, 2012)
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Love your work, work for what you love, and change the world—all at the same time. What matters most to you? Should you focus on earning a living, pursuing your passions, or devoting yourself to the causes that inspire you? The surprising truth is that you don’t have to choose—and that you’ll find more success if you don’t. That’s the breakthrough ...
Startup Communities
Building an Entrepreneurial Ecosystem in Your City
by Brad Feld (Oct 09, 2012)
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An essential guide to building supportive entrepreneurial communities"Startup communities" are popping up everywhere, from cities like Boulder to Boston and even in countries such as Iceland. These types of entrepreneurial ecosystems are driving innovation and small business energy. "Startup Communities" documents the buzz, strategy, long-term pers...
Inside the Tornado
Strategies for Developing, Leveraging, and Surviving Hypergrowth Markets (Collins Business Essentials)
by Geoffrey A. Moore (Dec 27, 2005)
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In this, the second of Geoff Moore's classic three-part marketing series, Moore provides highly useful guidelines for moving products beyond early adopters and into the lucrative mainstream market. Updated for the HarperBusiness Essentials series with a new author's note.Once a product "crosses the chasm" it is faced with the "tornado," a make or b...
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The One Minute Entrepreneur
The Secret to Creating and Sustaining a Successful Business
by Ken Blanchard (Apr 29, 2008)
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Mega-bestselling author Ken Blanchard and celebrated business leaders Don Hutson and Ethan Willis present an inspiring story that reveals the secrets to becoming a successful entrepreneur.In THE ONE MINUTE ENTREPRENEUR, Ken Blanchard (coauthor of the #1 bestselling business classic The One Minute Manager), Don Hutson, CEO of U.S. Learning, and Etha...
The Macintosh Way
by Guy Kawasaki (Jul 31, 1989)
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The Macintosh Way is a "take-no-prisoners guide to marketing warfare" says Jean Louis Gasse, founder and president of Be, Inc. Must reading for anyone in the high-tech industry, it is valuable, insightful guide to innovation management and marketing for any industry....
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Toilet Paper Entrepreneur
The tell-it-like-it-is guide to cleaning up in business, even if you are at the end of your roll.
by Mike Michalowicz (Sep 29, 2008)
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"Never started a company before? Struggling with little or no cash? Have no experience, no baseline to judge your progress against? Thank God! You've got a shot at making this work." So says Mike Michalowicz, author of The Toilet Paper Entrepreneur, a business book that is so uniquely useful, so raw and entertaining, it reads like the brainchild of...
Reality Check
The Irreverent Guide to Outsmarting, Outmanaging, and Outmarketing Your Competit ion
by Guy Kawasaki (Feb 22, 2011)
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More uncommon common sense from the bestselling author of "The Art of the Start." In Silicon Valley slang, a bozo explosion is what causes a lean, mean, fighting machine of a company to slide into mediocrity. As Guy Kawasaki puts it, If the two most popular words in your company are "partner" and "strategic," and "partner" has become a verb, and "...
Play Bigger
How Pirates, Dreamers, and Innovators Create and Dominate Markets
by Al Ramadan (Jun 14, 2016)
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The founders of a respected Silicon Valley advisory firm study legendary category-creating companies and reveal a groundbreaking discipline called category design.Winning today isn’t about beating the competition at the old game. It’s about inventing a whole new game—defining a new market category, developing it, and dominating it over time. You ca...
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The Monk and the Riddle
The Art of Creating a Life While Making a Living
by Randy Komisar (Sep 01, 2001)
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What would you be willing to do for the rest of your life? It's a question most of us consider only hypothetically, opting instead to "do what we have to do" to earn a living. But in the critically acclaimed bestseller The Monk and the Riddle, entrepreneurial sage Randy Komisar asks us to answer it for real. The book's timeless advice - to make wo...
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How to Change the World
Social Entrepreneurs and the Power of New Ideas
by David Bornstein (Feb 04, 2004)
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What business entrepreneurs are to the economy, social entrepreneurs are to social change. They are, writes David Bornstein, the driven, creative individuals who question the status quo, exploit new opportunities, refuse to give up--and remake the world for the better. How to Change the World tells the fascinating stories of these remarkable indiv...
Ready, Fire, Aim
Zero to $100 Million in No Time Flat (Agora Series)
by Michael Masterson (Dec 25, 2007)
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Whether you're thinking about starting a new business or growing an existing one, Ready, Fire, Aim has what you need to succeed in your entrepreneurial endeavors. In it, self-made multimillionaire and bestselling author Masterson shares the knowledge he has gained from creating and expanding numerous businesses and outlines a focused strategy for g...
The Art of the Start 2.0
The Time-Tested, Battle-Hardened Guide for Anyone Starting Anything
by Guy Kawasaki (Mar 03, 2015)
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A new product, a new service, a new company, a new division, a new organization, a new anything—where there’s a will, here’s the way. It begins with a dream that just won’t quit, the once-in-a-lifetime thunderbolt of pure inspiration, the obsession, the world-beater, the killer app, the next big thing. Everyone who wants to make the world a better ...
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The Art of the Start
The Time-Tested, Battle-Hardened Guide for Anyone Starting Anything
by Guy Kawasaki (Sep 09, 2004)
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A new product a new service a new company a new division a new organization a new anything where there s a will here s the way.It begins with a dream that just won t quit the once-in-a-lifetime thunderbolt of pure inspiration the obsession the world-beater the killer app the next big thing. Everyone who wants to make the world a better place become...
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Street Smarts
An All-Purpose Tool Kit for Entrepreneurs
by Norm Brodsky (Feb 23, 2010)
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Two of Inc. magazine's hugely popular columnists show how small-business people can deal with all kinds of tricky situations. People starting out in business tend to seek step-by-step formulas or specific rules, but in reality there are no magic bullets. Rather, says veteran entrepreneur Norm Brodsky, there's a mentality that helps street-smart peo...
Escape From Cubicle Nation
From Corporate Prisoner to Thriving Entrepreneur
by Pamela Slim (Apr 06, 2010)
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Despite grim headlines about the economy, you DON'T have to stay in a job you intensely hate. There's a better opportunity waiting out there, and escaping from cubicle nation is easier than you think. Pamela Slim spent a decade traveling all over the country as a self-employed trainer for large corporations. She was surprised to find that many of t...
The $100 Startup
Reinvent the Way You Make a Living, Do What You Love, and Create a New Future
by Chris Guillebeau (May 08, 2012)
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In The $100 Startup, Chris Guillebeau shows you how to lead of life of adventure, meaning and purpose – and earn a good living.   Still in his early thirties, Chris is on the verge of completing a tour of every country on earth – he’s already visited more than 175 nations – and yet he’s never held a “real job” or earned a regular paycheck.  Rather,...
The Third Wave
An Entrepreneur's Vision of the Future
by Steve Case (Apr 18, 2017)
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The #1 New York Times and Wall Street Journal bestseller from Steve Case—the co-founder of AOL—presents “a compelling roadmap for the future…that can help us make sense of the technological changes reshaping our economy and the world. A fascinating read” (Sheryl Sandberg, Facebook COO and founder of Case—a pioneer who made the Int...
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It's Your Business
183 Essential Tips that Will Transform Your Small Business
by JJ Ramberg (Oct 16, 2012)
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IT'S YOUR BUSINESS was an immediate Wall Street Journal bestseller and garnered tremendous media attention from entrepreneurs and small business owners.With advice from Ramberg and such notable entrepreneurs as Blake Mycoskie and Guy Kawasaki, this right-to-the-point book covers topics from human resources to finance, public relations to sales, and...
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The Million-Dollar, One-Person Business
Make Great Money. Work the Way You Like. Have the Life You Want.
by Elaine Pofeldt (Jan 02, 2018)
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The indispensable guide to earning a six-figure take-home income on your own terms, from contributing writer Elaine Pofeldt.The rise of one-million-dollar, one-person businesses in the past five years is the biggest trend in employment today, offering the widest range of people the most ways to earn a living while having the lifestyles t...
Outside Insight
Navigating a World Drowning in Data
by Jorn Lyseggen (Oct 12, 2017)
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The world today is drowning in data. There is a treasure trove of valuable and underutilized insights that can be gleaned from information companies and people leave behind on the internet - our 'digital breadcrumbs' - from job postings, to online news, social media, online ad spend and more.   As a result, we're at the cusp of a major shift in the...
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