Art of the Start 2.0: The Time-Tested, Battle-Hardened Guide for Anyone Starting Anything

September 25, 2019 - Comment

BRAND NEW, Exactly same ISBN as listed, Please double check ISBN carefully before ordering.

BRAND NEW, Exactly same ISBN as listed, Please double check ISBN carefully before ordering.

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Anonymous says:

An entrepreneur’s handbook Funny thing about this book is that I stumbled upon it. I was initially convinced to read the Lean Startup. As usual, I thought I’d read a few critical Amazon reviews. All it took was the first review, and thanks to that random guy, I’ve enjoyed quite a wealth a knowledge. This is not to take away anything from the Lean Startup, in fact, I admit that I’m pretty biased since I haven’t read it. But compared to many entrepreneurship books I’ve read in the past, none of them have had nearly as much…

Anonymous says:

Even Bill Gates needs this book A person close to Bill Gates (or at least used to) recommended this book to me originally.After reading The Art of the Start 1.0, I couldn’t wait to pre-order the Art of the Start 2.0. This version is a comprehensive update based on 1.0. Not only it is very comprehensive in telling you what is required to do a start up in terms of legals, marketing, funding, partnering, how to set up a vision, etc, etc. Everything in this book is by experience. You get to learn from a guy who has…

Anonymous says:

Much more than the title says I have read almost every book Guy Kawasaki has written and enjoy his “cut to the chase” style. This new book follows this trend: you will get practical, actionable, specific and above all, up-to-date advice without having to wade through verbiage to find nuggets that you can actually use. Below is a fragment of the many take-aways from the book:1. Pick a name for your start up that has a “verb potential.” Kawasaki provides a way to test this. Imagine, you use this…

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