I‘m divided on this one. An insider account of various startup and Silicon Valley situations appeals to me, and there‘s a walk-on by Paul Graham, whom I know slightly and whose work I know well. But the style, voice and content are that of a world-class, and only half self-aware asshole.
It's really good to read this book if you wanna succeed in start up. It tells you more about business and entrepreneurship.....😊😊😊😊
You should become driver of your own life.......😊
Really great insights on how to push forward on new Innovations with small investments in order to ensure that you're building the right product.