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Reading bad books means wasting time. Reading good books at the wrong time for you means wasting time.
Stop wasting your time reading books that aren’t right for you, are guilty of survivorship bias, or you picked them up at a bad time.
The CEO Library cuts through clutter and guides you to the BEST books for you at the RIGHT TIME for you. These are the books that will make a difference in your life, challenge your assumptions and accelerate your learning.
Here’s what to expect from us (also, an example here: Asking Questions is an underrated skill):
- A weekly newsletter that will inspire you to read more good books FOR YOU. Not good books in general, but good books for the moment you are in, books to help with the challenges you go through now.
- A monthly reading plan for aspiring entrepreneurs that I put together after reading hundreds of books on this subject while building several startups. I raised more than $3,000,000 for them and I also sold some of them successfully. I hope these books will help you understand what you should expect on the entrepreneurial path, and what you need to know to have the basics well in place. Here are some articles about my entrepreneurial experience: The Story of MavenHut, MavenHut’s First Step, A Click and A Form: A Case Study on Starting Your Startup with Less than $200, I almost quit MavenHut 6 months after starting it, RockYou acquires MavenHut’s solitaire games as it bets on social casino games.
- The very moment you subscribe, you’ll also get a free digital copy of the book ‘Der Prinz‘. Although it was written 500 years ago, Machiavelli’s work still offers remarkable insights on leadership.
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Of course, it’s up to you to also put those lessons into practice. If you’re not willing to change and do the hard work, no amount of knowledge in the world can help you. Start with getting better at saying No (which is also an example from our newsletters).
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