Follow the stories of three Harvard Business School graduates from 1998 class as they launch their startup ventures. The story takes you from their entry into HBS through eventual success, and drives home 10 key lessons critical to all entrepreneurial success.
It is a little bit of an HBS puff piece at times (I mean really, how many times can you use the phrase "elite business school" in a sentence with Harvard) - but is really quite well written with valuable content.
I would recommend to other readers.
Lack of structure in the book. It switches between history and personal prognostication of the author.
Narration was fine
It is actually two books: 1) a history of computing centered around Princeton personalities, and 2) author's dabbling in computer futures
Did I just listen to that audio book, or did the audio book listen to me? Say that phrase a few hundred times and you will know what it feels like listening to 2nd half of the book.
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