Top 5 Books Suggested for Start-ups

Top 5 Books Suggested for Start-ups

“ The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.”  – WallumsWallDecals

These books will undoubtedly shift or push your thinking toward a great instinctive sense of what a organisation, business, startup.innovators, team or founder looks like when it’s working or when it’s not, and how to get a point A to B in launching an idea in market. These books will help a section together and make sense of what startup work you have done thus far.

A paperboy’s Fable: the 11 principles of success. – written by Deep Patel.

In this book, author tells the story of a paperboy who learns the ways of entrepreneurship from scratch, thereby providing the reader with a step-by-step guide to those core principles. The main character, ty chandler, is a 16 year old working to earn money before he leave from college. His story is presented over the course of 11 chapters and each chapter focuses on a particular principle.
This book is an excellent example of an entrepreneur who conquered his fear of strangers, starting impressions to reach distinction.

Zero to one – written by Peter Thiel with Blake Masters Stems from a course about startups.

This book has become an international bestseller, sporting the subtitle “How to build the future”. This book will help you to think about the value proposition. The actual value that you can offer to potential customers. There are an infinite number of unique ideas, few of them are valuable enough to build a business. There is quite some useful advise in this book, ways to look at your startup and confirm or question believes and values.

The Hard Thing abut Hard things – written by Ben Horowitz

Most business books focus on how to do things correctly, Although Ben acknowledges forthright there is no such thing as a perfect business and however much planning you make, foul ups will inevitably happen. He outlines the hardest decisions he had to make and the awful situations you find yourself in. This book follows his story as it happened and leaves you with a real sense of how to approach problems.

Creativity Inc.- written by Ed Catmull with Amy Wallace is a fascinating in-depth look into the world of pixel.

This book is for managers who want to lead their employees to new heights, a manual for anyone who aspire for originality, and the first- ever, all- access trip into the nerve center of Pixer Animation Studios – into the story meetings, the autopsy, and the ‘Braintrust’ sessions where art is born. A book about how to build and sustain a creative cuture.

Grit: the power of passion and perseverance – written by Angela Duckworth

In this book, author argues that it’s not intelligence or talent that makes for success, but a mingle of passion and perseverance. You’ll travel through the first few days of West Point Military Academy, a day in the life of an inner-city teacher attempting for excellence, and even a young finalist in a national spelling bee contest. The book also include counsel on how to learn grit and trigger lifelong interest, and how to know what perfect amount of practice is for what you’re trying to achieve.

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