The 7 Day Startup: You Don’t Learn Until You Launch

Authors: Dan Norris,Rob Walling

If you want to start your venture but you’re tired of repeated failures, Dan Norris’s The 7 Day Start Up was made just for you. This isn’t an ordinary book repeating the extraordinary success stories of the likes of Jobs and Gates. Instead it is a practical, real guide on launching a product that will become a market hit in 7 days.

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The Culture Code

The Culture Code: The Secrets of Highly Successful Groups

Authors: Daniel Coyle,

For any organization to move forward in success, the culture plays a key role. Daniel Coyle provides you with techniques that can create a pool of people with a motivation to learn, cooperate and create a change. He also shares stories of failures from which you can draw lessons and learn what not to do when building a team.

The Founder`s Dilemmas

The Founder’s Dilemmas: Anticipating and Avoiding the Pitfalls That Can Sink a Startup

Authors: Noam Wasserman,

One of the most common causes of failed business ventures is people — betrayal, rifts and misunderstandings. Noam Wasserman shows you a way out of this through The Founder’s Dilemma, where he explains the common problems co-founders face, the best ways to analyze your decisions, the most effective way of dividing the equity and many such dilemmas along with real-life stories of some of the world’s most influential entrepreneurs.

Delivering Happiness

Delivering Happiness: A Path to Profits, Passion, and Purpose

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The CEO of Zappos, Tony Hsieh shares his life’s crazy experiences, which range from worm-farming to managing Zappos. In his book, he outlines some unconventional principles such as paying your employees to quit, making your company’s culture the top priority and focusing on your employee’s personal development. Discover the untapped potential a strong corporate culture can reveal.

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