There are lot many business books in the market, but seldom any of them fulfills the criteria of a well written one. In this post, we will discuss why Zero to One is an Entrepreneurial classic!!
The book originates from a course that Peter Thiel taught at Stanford University. There, his keen student, Blake Masters took notes and later on these notes were modified into a beautiful book called Zero To One.
What Makes Zero To One Book So Unique?
It is unique for any entrepreneur to capture the ‘me-too’ startup line and gain momentum. But what’s important is, eliminate the globalization by stopping these ‘me-too’ ideas, called as zero by Peter. He suggests making one step ahead towards the innovation, calling it one! That’s the whole idea behind this book – Zero to One.
Peter Thiel has a very different perspective of business sense which he explains in a very discreet way. He uses ‘Monopoly’ in a different way which indeed makes sense.
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Every startup is new and unique and has no secret formulas for success. An idea remains an idea unless backed up by innovation. He harshly discourages globalization which is currently the backbone of the Chinese economy. It’s going to fail eventually.
This book is a great read because it’s a thought-provoking guide. It’s not only meant for the entrepreneurs but also for the business consultants, and market leaders. It is an essential tool for converting dreams into real action by creating a solid thought foundation & a clearer vision.
Get the copy now and read this book if you’re in entrepreneurial thinking! Zero to One book will not let your hopes down!
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