Can this just be the bible for every start-up? Ever since I started my own thing this year (plus working with several other start-ups) I’ve been looking for guidance. Diving deep into the world of hustle, I find myself pivoting from one strategy to the other, figuring out what to do through a mix of instinct, trial and error, and the ever-so-reliable Google. In addition, asking other entrepreneurs how they do what they do, and why they do what they do is something that keeps me learning.
Although there is no one size fits all solution for business, I still feel like reading other entrepreneur’s advice is integral to my own decision-making process. Zero to One by Peter Thiel is something that really made me highlight the **** out of this book. I just really love the core message of creating something new, and not copying what everyone else is doing. I would highly recommend you read this, unless you’re like my sister (ahem, @rosarioherrera), who wants to know the summary right away, then click this YouTube video that cleverly draws out the key insights.