The Innovator's Dilemma
by Clayton M. Christensen
5/ The Innovator’s Dilemma - there are 100k books on strategy. This is the best and the most relevant for startups.
https://t.co/BS2pvqb2qQLink to Tweet 9) Thinking Fast and Slow
One of the most important books on human psychology and the way we think. Critical lessons for how people are motivated, what drives their actions, etc.Link to Tweet 5) The Hard Thing About Hard Things
Since everything is new in web3, @bhorowitz book on startups and founder life has tons of good lessons about building a successful product, culture, and company.Link to Tweet 1) The Innovator's Dilemma
Pretty obvious book to add here. How does innovation make incumbent companies obsolete? Why is Kickstarter launching a token? Essential ideas as web3 evolves.Link to Tweet @sagar__dubey The TAM of the startup sector is miniscule compared to large enterprises, is the counter argument. This book gave me the answer to why the TAM being miniscule does not matter.Link to Tweet