Founders at Work: The Truth And Myth Of Entrepreneurship

My wife ordered Founders at Work from Amazon a while back and then we forgot all about it. The book still hasn’t shown up, so I’m glad Guy Kawasaki did a post to remind us to check what happened with the order. Guy blogs about his favorite stories in the book. Fun reading.

The major lesson: Entrepreneurship is all about tactics, hootspah, not knowing that things are not done “this way,” and making do with not enough money. You’ll LOL at points and wonder if a better title would not have been Flounders at Work.

About Simeon Simeonov

I'm an entrepreneur, hacker, angel investor and reformed VC. I am currently Founder & CTO of Swoop, a search advertising platform. Through FastIgnite I invest in and work with a few great startups to get more done with less. Learn more, follow @simeons on Twitter and connect with me on LinkedIn.
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2 Responses to Founders at Work: The Truth And Myth Of Entrepreneurship

  1. Re: comment from level42

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