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Zero to One: Note on Start Ups, or How to Build the Future Paperback – 18 Sep 2014
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‘This book delivers completely new and refreshing ideas on how to create value in the world.’ - Mark Zuckerberg, CEO of Facebook
‘When a risk taker writes a book, read it. In the case of Peter Thiel, read it twice. Or, to be safe, three times. This is a classic.’ - Nassim Nicholas Taleb, author of The Black Swan
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Entrepreneurship cannot be taught, but this book does put light on the fundamentals of starting a business.
Book: Feels original, not a digital copy. But paper quality makes it doubtful.
Content: Author express the huge requirement of new ideas and uniqueness. Including success stories of Mark and Musk makes it interesting and inspirational to read.
It’s author – Peter Thiel:
One of the very best in the business. He has worked with some of the stupendous success such as Facebook , PayPal. The book is based on a series of lectures Thiel gave at Stanford. Both these factors play a big role towards the authenticity & appeal of the book
This is one of the prime reasons that makes this book. Not only best practices, frameworks but also the context has been set in a very neat manner that makes it very effective and engaging.
Thiel has also managed to articulate whatever he wanted to convey to the audience in a very effective manner. Especially for wannabe Entrepreneurs the book is an ideal launchpad and benchmark to vet their current efforts against.
Frameworks and Tools:
The book also provides lot of frameworks & tools that are very analytical and provides lot of depth in terms of suggestions as well leading to lot of introspection as a reader.
Thiel has got it bang on so far as a co-founder, Venture Capitalist and he continues his golden run. I would highly recommend it to all Entrepreneurs and Wannabe Entrepreneurs. An Excellent way to learn from the very best in business. #RangasReview
Our civilization is premised on the promise of the coming of generations impatient with the status quo, itching to wrought change. Change, as is it's nature, can be a double edged sword. If wielded by fascists, anarchists or power hungry egomaniacs, it hinders sensible, benevolent progress. But every once in a while, when wielded by individuals blessed with inspiration, it helps to cut through inertia.
Since the day of Gutenberg, that sword is being passed on almost contiguously from one enlightened to another, separated occasionally by geography or couple of decades. And so that rapier, come as it did through the Bletchley barracks, the CERN browser and a couple of shady garages in Palo Alto, is now being handed by the Don of PayPal Mafia to, well everyone, in the form of this condensed wisdom of our species.
What you do with it, as they say, is upon your sweet will. I, for myself, intend to put it to the test.
Thank you, Peter Thiel.
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