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Books for Founders

Building a startup is tough- these books might help, curated by Benjamin Libor

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The Startup Playbook Founder-to-Founder Advice From Two Startup Veterans startup-playbook.com
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Getting Real: The Smarter, Faster, Easier Way to Build a Web Application (ebook) Getting Real is the business, design, programming, and marketing philosophies of 37signals — a developer of...More basecamp.com
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High Output Management By Andrew Grove. A classic on measuring your underlying successes in management against results and output. Written...More amazon.com
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Crossing The Chasm By Geoffrey Moore. Crossing The Chasm is basically The Lean Startup of the 90’s. Moore gives strategies and advice...More amazon.com
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Contagious By Jonah Berger. How do things go viral? How can you create viral word-of-mouth around your videos, art, business, or...More amazon.com
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Good To Great Good To Great examines several case studies of companies and their founders who took a company from good to...More amazon.com
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The Hard Thing About Hard Things By Ben Horowitz. Essential advice on building and running a startup amazon.com
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Founders at Work By Jessica Livingston. Stories of successful founders amazon.com
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Innovator's Dilemma By Clayton M. Christensen. A seminal business book amazon.com
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The Lean Startup By Eric Ries. How today's entrepreneurs use continuous innovation to create radically successful businesses amazon.com
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Zero to One By Peter Thiel. Notes on startups, or how to build the future amazon.com
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High Growth Handbook By Elad Gil. Covering key topics including the role of the CEO, managing your board, recruiting and managing an...More amazon.com
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Measure What Matters By John Doerr. How Google, Bono, and the Gates Foundation rock the world with OKRs amazon.com
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Hooked By Nir Eyal. How to build habit-forming products amazon.com
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Don't Make Me Think By Steve Krug. Since Don’t Make Me Think was first published in 2000, hundreds of thousands of Web designers and...More amazon.com
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Creator behind Spreadshare, interested in design and content creation of all sorts. 

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