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The Wright Brothers by David Mccullough

The Wright Brothers' story is a classic American tale. A pair of brothers who—with little means—altered the course of history by being the first to fly. This outline of their lives will both educate and fascinate those who take the time to read it.

1 min read

The Mom Test by Rob Fitzpatrick

One might argue that one of the most important activities in a business is customer development and research. Skipping that one step can cause years of misguided work. The Mom Test teaches not only how to ask questions, but it teaches how to build the correct questions. I would have saved countless years of wasted time if I had read this book years ago. I recommend it to anyone who wants to build what customers want.

6 min read

Super Pumped: The Battle for Uber by Mike Isaac

As an entrepreneur, you need to be learning. The lessons taught via Uber’s history about the importance of culture and power are valuable. Companies built without great foundations can still fall. This book stands as a warning to all founders, so they don't make the mistakes that Travis Kalanick did while building Uber. Remember, money and power aren't everything.

5 min read
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