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The Hard Thing About Hard Things

Essential advice on building and running a startup

The Messy Middle

A book about building products, by Scott Belsky

Quite simply, the book’s 130+ insights help you do 3 things: (1) ENDURE the human-tendency-defying woes of the middle (your war with self-doubt, the roller coaster…(2) OPTIMIZE the hell out of everything that works (constantly improving product, team…, (3) NOT SCREW UP THE FINAL MILE of a successful project (game changes when finish line in sight…)

Medium
I'm excited and super-f'n-anxious to share a 5+ year obsession/project nearing the finish line (and now available for pre-order!). THE MESSY MIDDLE is a collection of insights for traversing the hardest and most crucial part of any bold creative project, new venture, or turnaround.
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inDispute

Become a master of constructing any type of conversation

Important conversation, complicated negotiations, confusing correspondence in a messenger — it is better to prepare for such things in advance. It is for this purpose that inDispute is created, together with it, it is easier to make a good impression, use an argument appropriately or react quickly to an intrigue.

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Measure What Matters

How Google, Bono & The Gates Foundation rock the world

Legendary venture capitalist John Doerr reveals how the goal-setting system of Objectives and Key Results (OKRs) has helped tech giants from Intel to Google achieve explosive growth—and how it can help any organization thrive.

WIRED
Venture capitalist John Doerr is best known for being an early backer of Google and Amazon, among many other companies. Doerr, chair of Kleiner, Perkins, Caufield & Byers, has authored "Measure What Matters," in which he details a management philosophy around setting and achieving audacious goals.
Harvard Business Review
Executive Summary John Doerr, the venture capitalist who's funded companies including Google, Intuit, and Amazon, describes a system he calls "Objectives and Key Results," or OKR, the subject of his new book. He learned it from Intel CEO Andy Grove in the 1970s, and has taught it to hundreds of organizations since then.
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