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Zero to One
Notes on Startups, or How to Build the Future
Discover uncharted frontiers and create new inventions - this is the main topic of Zero to One. Peter Thiel, the legendary entrepreneur and investor, believes that progress should not be limited to computers or Silicon Valley. In fact, he argues that progress can be achieved in any industry or area of business. Thiel's book presents an optimistic view of the future of progress in America and provides a new way of thinking about innovation, starting with learning to ask the right questions to find value in unexpected places. If you want to build a better future, this book is a must-read.
I love Zero to One. – source
Luis von Ahn
Also recommended byElon MuskMark ZuckerbergMarc AndreessenRupert MurdochAndrew NgBen HorowitzEric WeinsteinDerek SiversPeter ThielMax Levchin13 others
The Hard Thing About Hard Things
Building a Business When There Are No Easy Answers
Learn the unfiltered truth about the challenges of running a business from Silicon Valley entrepreneur, Ben Horowitz. Drawing from his own experiences founding, managing, and investing in technology companies, Horowitz offers essential advice for navigating the toughest problems business schools don't cover. Using anecdotes from his own rise to success, he covers everything from firing friends to poaching competitors, and managing your own psychology while leading a company. With humor and candidness, The Hard Thing About Hard Things is a must-read for both veteran entrepreneurs and those aspiring to start their own ventures.
I like this one, but it’s not for very new entrepreneurs. – source
Luis von Ahn
Also recommended byMark ZuckerbergBiz StoneMarc AndreessenMichael DellChangpeng ZhaoLarry PageAndrew NgAlexis OhanianDrew HoustonAnkur Warikoo11 others