Category: Startup

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7 HABITS EVERY ENTREPRENEUR MUST DEVELOP

Last year I summarized 14 Startup Books. A lot of people asked me which of them would be the #1 book I recommend everyone to read. The answer is a little bit surprising, since...

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HOW TO INTERVIEW CANDIDATES FOR YOUR STARTUP

Building the right team is the most crucial piece of building a good startup… And it is also undoubtedly the hardest part of building a startup. (I’ll admit I’ve also taken some wrong  hiring...

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Book Summary 14: Whale Done!

What do whales performing at SeaWorld have in common with employees in corporate organizations? What can managers and leaders learn from the training staff that teaches these whales such amazing tricks to deliver spellbinding...

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Book Summary 12: The One Minute Manager

Before I begin, I must mention that this book by Ken Blanchard and Spencer Johnson itself is a summary of sorts — it is only about a hundred short pages long. Yet it has sold...

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Book Summary 11: 10-Minute Mental Toughness

The 10-Minute Mental Toughness is a book by famous sports psychologist Jason Selk.  Jason has summarized some of his most effective techniques in this practical and to-the-point book. Very few books of this type...

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Book Summary 10: Tested Advertising Methods

In my opinion, one of the most underrated business skills is copywriting. Good copywriting alone can be the difference between successful and failed businesses. One of the best books I have read on this...

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Book Summary 9: Getting Things Done

Book Summary 8: Getting Things Done “Getting things done” by David Allen is a framework for organizing and tracking your tasks and projects. We all suffer from problems in time-management, procrastination, overwhelm and stress....

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Book Summary 8: Crossing the Chasm

Book Summary 8: Crossing the Chasm Today’s summary is long due. The “Crossing the Chasm” book created a revolution in startup marketing in the 2000s. It’s ideas have impacted both how high-tech multi-billion corporations...