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    Invoicing, Expenses, Time Tracking, Contracts & Payments

    Everything you need to know about being a freelancer written for individuals who are seeking to enter the gig economy or looking to refine processes already in place. It guides you through the process of going freelance and how to make it as seamless and sustainable as possible. The team at AND CO compiled a bunch of learnings from working with thousands of freelancers. Really a great and insightful read!
    Mario 🦊
    Mario 🦊Building at generalist.com · Written
    Beautiful design, actually useful content. Great way to get started as a freelancer.
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    Zero To One

    Peter Thiel's new book on Startups

    Niv Dror
    Niv Dror¯\_(ツ)_/¯ · Written
    Best book on startups that will really make you think 🤔
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    The Hard Thing About Hard Things

    Essential advice on building and running a startup

    Kunal Bhatia
    Kunal Bhatiadesign @mercury · Written
    I heard this an audiobook initially. Totally going to re-read it before Ben Horowitz publishes his book on culture. Highly recommended alongside Zero to One. CC: @nivo0o0
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    The Brain

    The story of you

    Tejas Kinger
    Tejas KingerPMM @ Plum | Prev. @ Freshworks Hiver · Written
    The book is a great pick for someone looking to scratch the surface of neurology and unravel some of the mysteries of the brain and the way it shapes our world. The book delves into the science of who we are as intelligent, social, and conscientious beings in a fun and enlightening way. This is a companion book to a PBS series.
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    The Subtle Art of Not Giving a Fuck

    A Counterintuitive Approach to Living a Good Life

    Ayush Mittal
    Ayush MittalHead Of Digital Communications · Written
    Read it more than half and a real change in perspective as it says on the front flap - "For decades we've been told positive thinking is the key to happy, rich life. But those days are over - Fuck Positivity, let's be honest; some things are fucked up and we have to live with it."
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    The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupéry

    From a fairy tale to the serious philosophical questions

    A lovely story. I don't get whole its meaning, or what people always remind about it. I just love the book because of the feeling whenever I read it.
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    The Hard thing about Hard Things
    Mark Wengritzky
    Mark WengritzkyFounder, UnderMyPants · Written
    Great read! So honest about the life of a startup and even life in general. A real read too. Loved it!
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    The Effective Engineer

    Deliver significantly more value with fewer hours of work

    Javier Segura
    Javier Segurabinomads. co-founder · Written
    Focus on things that have impact! nice read
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    American Gods by Neil Gaiman

    Shadow is a man with a past...

    Constantine Sharandak
    Constantine SharandakThe Hustler @ Proficonf · Written
    Can't see many fictional books in this list, here is my pick. Gaiman is the best storyteller I've ever read, seriously. If you are looking for something that will help you to distract yourself from daily things, this book is the best choice.
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    I have always imagined Paradise will be a kind of library

    It happens with this one and also with any other J. L. Borges book, you can read them every year again and again and you will always find some new levels of perceptions that you missed the last time you read it.
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    How startups can achieve consumer growth

    Monica Badiu
    Monica BadiuMarketing Manager I Like That Lamp · Written
    Lists different examples in which a startup can achieve customer growth using traction channels (traction is defined as a sign a company is taking off, proven through quantitative evidence like leads, sales, downloads, website traffic)