More than 65% of new companies fail because they lack funding. In this course, you’ll learn common fundraising mistakes, how to nail an elevator pitch, how to craft a killer pitch deck, where to source investments from, and all about term sheets and convertible notes.
Senior Quantitative Analyst | Data Scientist
August 2nd, 2015
Read Founder's Dillema, Business Model Generation, and Zero to One.
Also helpful would be Finance for Managers, Marketer's Toolkit, Work Rules,
the One Minute Manager, Manager's Toolkit.
Popular books worth checking out (but only have one central idea each) are:
Getting to Plan B, The Lean Startup, and Action Trumps Everything.
Read old business books. Don't assume that new ones are better. The ones
that are still around after decades are likely to be around for decades
Built to last
4 hour work week
Think and grow rich
Rich dad, poor dad
Losing my virginity
How to win friends and influence people
July 30th, 2015
The Lean Startup is a must read in my opinion.
Also Mastering the Rockefeller Habits is packed with good ideas as well.