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The 5 startup books you should read

If you are looking for Startups books and are feeling confused about the book you want to read, we bring you an innovative and relevant collection of the 5 best Startups books that you cannot beat when reading a book.

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1- Zero to One, by Blake Masters and Peter Thiel. This book is about how to build companies that create new things. It depends on everything you will learn directly as a co-founder of PayPal and Palantir and then as an investor in hundreds of startups, including Facebook and SpaceX.

2- Creativity, Inc.: Overcoming the Unseen Forces That Stand in the Way of True Inspiration, by Amy Wallace and Edwin Catmull. The book is about the story of Pixar from his perspective as the founder and president of the company. It provides great insights into the challenges of growth and change and ensures that your organization and product truly reflect your company values.

3- The Lean Startup, by Eric Ries. The book is a method for developing and managing startups. Standard business practices are potentially harmful to startups. To handle groundbreaking projects these organizations require special policies and procedures. Of course, these policies and procedures aren't created spontaneously-they are the product of technology and scientific study.

4- Think and Grow Rich, by Napoleon Hill. The philosophy of the book revolves on the belief that performance can be accomplished by conceptual vision and creativity in every endeavor. To put it simply, you can become anything your mind deems possible; as a result, your mind becomes the one thing that can either stop you or push you to become yourself's best version.

5- The Psychology of Selling, by Brian Tracy. The book offers ideas, methods, strategies, and techniques for sales representatives to sell more quickly and more efficiently than ever. A must-read for all sector salespeople.

By Toqa Emad, The Startup Club Marketing Executive

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