By Peter Thiel (2014)
Pages: 195, Final verdict: Should-read
Do you think that monopolies are bad or that first movers always have the
advantage in business? Then be prepared to get your ideas challenged by Peter
Thiel, one of the most influential entrepreneurs in Silicon Valley, founder of
By Yvon Chouinard (2005)
Pages: 231, Final verdict: Should-read
Let My People Go Surfing tells the story of Yvon Chouinard in founding and
managing his companies Chouinard Equipment
[https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Black_Diamond_Equipment] and Patagonia
Originally published in 2005 and...
By Alexis Ohanian (2013)
Pages: 245, Final verdict: Don't-read
Without Their Permission is a memoir-meets-entrepreneurship-advice book written
by Alexis Ohanian at the age 30. From the founding of the social news webpage
Reddit [https://www.reddit.com/] to the political fight for a free internet,
Alexis recounts the many moments...
By Salim Ismail, Michael S.Malone and Yuri van Geest (2014)
Pages: 250, Final verdict: Must-read
What do Uber, Airbnb and Snapchat have in common? Besides having an app that is
installed on your phone or their HQ in San Francisco, they are organizations
that have been growing exponentially almost...
The Lean Startup [http://amzn.to/2KYzXVO], by Eric Ries (2011)
Final verdict: Should-read
The book that laid down the framework for today's startup culture.
Being one of the most famous books for entrepreneurs, what exactly turned Eric
Ries' ideas into a worldwide phenomenon with followers all around...