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Bo's insights as both and company founder and now a venture capitalist are right on the money and will resonate with those born with the entrepreneur gene everywhere. It's not a how-to manual but it will focus your thinking on what you need to do to improve your chances for entreprenurial success in your current or next business venture.
Successful entrepreneurs and their venture capital investors will find themselves nodding in agreement on almost every page. If you don't find yourself doing the same when you read it, give a copy to a successful entrepreneur or venture capitalist that you know and trust, then ask their opinion.
An essential read for every entrepreneur. --Paul McManus (Boston, MA USA)
Good practical tips from one entrepreneur's perspective. Small chapters with just enough info. But, it's obviously biased by his experience and the advice should be taken with a... Read morePublished 2 months ago by Verdi
Although I've heard a lot of people acknowledge the importance of luck, Peabody does the best, compact job of framing luck as an active strategy. Read morePublished 4 months ago by Reid Wegner
One of the most enjoyable books I have read on entrepreneurship. Quick, easy read, yet powerful in impact for true entrepreneurs!Published 9 months ago by Malcolm
Definitely worth reading. It's short and precise with very useful guidelinesPublished 11 months ago by critic
I liked it. Though I would recommend reading about Lean Startup if you are in or about to start your own startup.Published 12 months ago by Ron Quartel
This was not one of my favorite business books but was interesting enough to at least read the whole thing.Published 18 months ago by Brad Kingsley