I lived the first two years of this book and it accurate. Ben is an amazing writer and story teller.
Howard Roark is the ultimate entrepreneur!
Vision meets passion and execution.
Howard Schultz on building both Starbucks and a long lasting culture.
Another Geoffrey Moore classic, hitting the innovator’s dilemma head on.
Old, old school leadership lessons from the legendary UCLA basketball coach, John Wooden.
Thiel’s book is simply the best to read when getting ready to start a business.
Rich discussions on various topics, from pitching VCs to disrupting diplomas.
Management oriented blogs by the master. It helps if you like rap music as much as I do.
The best news on what is really happening in the bubble AKA, Silicon Valley..
This guy compresses a lot of good suggestions into each of his post.
Specific site focused on helping SaaS businesses get from $0 to $100mm.
Nigel Marsh will make you think about this concept in a different way.
Brene Brown talks about the hardest of all leadership qualities.
Andrew Stanton explains how to tell a great story.
Simon Sinek on how great leaders inspire action.