The hard thing about good books that they are hard to follow but this book is an easy read on hard things.
I liked the writing style and you feel automatically connected. This book prepares you for the real business scenarios and gives you opportunity to think like a CEO. Also you connect emotionally as writer has very well explained the pain and struggle of a CEO.
The life of a CEO is all about struggle and struggle has no mercy.
Overall this is a good book and I would recommend to any one from the business / startup world.
Whatever his corporate/technology skills, Ben is no Gladwell or Moore. Expect no epiphanies here. The book is an endless recital of Ben's life and corporate experiences, written in an insipid humble-bragging style, with no insights that cannot be found in a dot com trade journal. You will do better to find a book with a little more substance.
Hard things about her things is a great book. It talks more about what to do when things go wrong, rather the other way round. I would highly recommend this book to people who are planning to start a company. Those who wa hard things about her things is a great book. It talks more about what to do when things go wrong, rather the other way round. I would highly recommend this book to people who are planning to start a company.
Excellent read. One of the best business/entrepreneurship/startup related books I've read. A very real, gritty, personal experience driven narrative that feels extremely authentic when compared to the many management books out there.
One of the best guide for entrepreneurs specially on hard things. Most of the other books focus on how to do right things. But this book also talks about hard things you need fix & some guidelines regarding same.
This is a good book that every founder should read. This book lets every founder know that what he or she is going through is not something unique; it is common in the start up world. So endure it and give your best.
Absolutely loved the book. Starting and ending are very interesting. The book takes you through the real-life story and is one of the bestbooks that I have read so far on entrepreneurship and startups.