If you had to recommend one book to a fellow maker, what would it be?

Dario
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For me, it would have to be "Essentialism: The Disciplined Pursuit of Less" by Greg McKeown.

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React Native/ Android Developer, Ex-Ola
@yapartase Has to be Lean Startup
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co-Founder @ kalon.tech
@yapartase For me - Dear Founder
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Has anyone read "The Art of the Start 2.0"?
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Founder & CEO, Hustle Crew
@yapartase I really like The Hard Thing About Hard Things by Ben Horowitz. Describes the rollercoaster of founder life in a great way and still has a positive message. Also - if I'm allowed two - Mindset by Dr Carol S Dweck. I kept one in my bag every day in my first year working full time as a boostrapping founder.
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Grow Responsibly - Not Rapidly
@yapartase Sprint by Jake Knapp.
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Writer and enthusiastic idea-haver
@yapartase Seth Godin's The Dip!
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@yapartase I recommend BADASS Making Users Awesome by Kathy Sierra, one badass maker herself!
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Levity saves lives
@yapartase Finite and Infinite Games by James Carse. A weird little book that will help you fixate less on #WINNING and discover deeper levels of creativity and usefulness.
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@yapartase The Writing Life by Annie Dillard. This is more from an artistic slant (a writer writing about the process of writing), but I think it's a beautiful volume that offers a lot in terms of what goes into producing work (of any kind).
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Front-end engineer
@yapartase "The Boy Who Could Change the World" which is a book listing the writings of Aaron Swartz
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Head of Product at Macaw
@yapartase The Lean Product Playbook by Dan Olsen :D
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Product @ Razorpay
@yapartase I'd recommend checking out Principles by Ray Dalio. Very good book about decision making and the impact of methodical decisions on simplification of difficult circumstances.
Animator
@yapartase The War of Art by Steven Pressfield
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