This book is a great read for anyone who wants to know the underlying principles behind a successful startup venture and its transition into a large, robust, and financially healthy business without losing the edge of being a startup. But what really got my attention is how he explains the reality of entrepreneurship without demotivating the reader. Thiel explains the fundamental concepts of running and scaling a startup venture by using clear and concise explanation and embellishes this using anecdote and wry wit. It’s a must read for anyone who is seriously considering entrepreneurship as a life choice.
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