I would HIGHLY recommend this book to anyone who is thinking of starting, or is currently running a startup.
"Founders at Work" is a wonderfully meander through the stories of successful company founders - across several decades.
Most will probably feel like I did, and wish that they had had this book before they started their first company.
An interesting book. It's a little bit of "Inside Baseball" but if you like tech that's fine.Published 26 days ago by Richard Newton
I Wish I could give this 10 stars. No audio book though - that's very sad. I'd like to listen to the stories again and again while I work.Published 1 month ago by W
A better title would be "Lucky Founders at work". Well luck is very important in business, and more important in Silicon Valley. Read morePublished 2 months ago by JB Duler
There is nothing like heading directly from a founder in retrospect how they grew their businesses and what challenges and key decisions they faced. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Pete Wylie
good but really long, it's a bunch of interview put into one book.Published 2 months ago by Luxx Health
The best business work I read all year. You have to read between the lines to realize that the author Jessica
Livingston married the Y Combinator founder (and prolific essay... Read more
I re-read this book all the time. Fantastic inspirational stories of founders and the challenges they overcame.
A sequel with new Web 2.0 stories would be welcomed.