Zero to One

by Peter A. Thiel

Category: Business & Economics

Book Reviews

  • 2) Zero to One Another classic business book about innovation. Thiel argues for big leaps rather than incrementalism. What needs to be built that we haven't built yet? This is one of the fundamental questions of web3.Link to Tweet
  • Until the 1970s, the U.S. had a culture of definite optimism. The future is bright because we’re building great things; NASA, highways, etc. Today it’s indefinite optimism, most value is financialization. Companies that make bold bets now rare, like Tesla. to Tweet
  • @jarede It’s a book by Peter Thiel. The excerpts above are from a summary by @AnthonyJCampbel to Tweet
  • I am working on a list of the 100 most impactful books read by curious people. Ten of my most impactful: — “We Were Soldiers…” — “Shoe Dog” — “The Great Gatsby” — “12 Rules” — “Atomic Habits” — “Zero To One” — “Range” — “American Rule” — “Take Ivy” — “Barracoon” 📚👇🏽Link to Tweet
  • @JohnBostick @farnamstreet @HowardMarksBook I re-read that once a year. Have a handful of books I try to come back and read regularly and that is one of them.Link to Tweet
  • @pradologue I remember gifting these 3 books to entire @wingify team: - Zero to One - Beginning of Infinity - What got you here won’t get you there One time, there was a theory going around in @wingify that I’m trying to brainwash people through books :)Link to Tweet
  • Put another way, it’s not that reading Thinking Fast and Slow or Zero to One have no value (both great books!) — rather, I think happiness and competence derive from originality and heterogeneity, and that takes exploring.Link to Tweet
  • @margiki I won’t do justice to the concepts over Twitter. I recommend you read the book. It is one of the most information dense, high ROI books you’ll read and it is short. to Tweet
  • @JamesClear The Practicing Mind Improv Wisdom Inner Game of Tennis Radical Candor Zero to One 5 Love LanguagesLink to Tweet
  • 5. Something Keith learned from Peter Thiel: To scale a startup, you’ll need two things: 1. Become a magnet for talented people 2. Be able to asymmetrically assess other people. Otherwise, you’ll never be able to compete with the incumbents.Link to Tweet
  • @luciocorp @zebulgar @apd4real Read Zero to One. Also see my investment criteria posted on Twitter on Thanksgiving.Link to Tweet

About Book

The billionaire Silicon Valley entrepreneur behind such companies as PayPal and Facebook outlines an innovative theory and formula for building the companies of the future by creating and monopolizing new markets instead of competing in old ones. 200,000 first printing.

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