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Margin of Trust: The Berkshire Business Model – Book Summary

Margin of Trust: The Berkshire Business Model – Book Summary

Reason to Read: This book reveals some of the driving principles that helped Warren Buffet build Berkshire Hathaway into the impressive conglomerate and long-term organization it is today.  Summary & Key Insights: Margin of Safety describes the investment principles of Warren Buffet in which there must always be a considerable safety margin between the actual […]
Book Summary: Hello my Name is Awesome – Alexandra Watkins

01 Book Summary: Hello my Name is Awesome – Alexandra Watkins

Why read this book: This book is an essential guide to naming your new startup, project, or product. This book is a must-read if you want to start your venture on the right note with the correct name.  Summary & Key Insights: Let’s start with the basics: These two frameworks will help you craft a […]...
Trillion Dollar Coach – Book Summary

02 Trillion Dollar Coach – Book Summary

If you’re looking for a leadership playbook to elevate your business, look no further than Trillion Dollar Coach. In this book, authors Alan Eagle, Eric Schmidt, and Jonathan Rosenberg share the lessons they learned from working with and being coached by the man who managed to remain a secret yet impacted many top companies today; […]...
Jim Collins’ Turning the Flywheel: Book Summary

03 Jim Collins’ Turning the Flywheel: Book Summary

What is a Flywheel? The story begins in the fall of 2001. Collins coached Jeff Bezos and a group of Amazon staff on the flywheel effect, which shows that company growth has an exponentially increasing momentum. In this case, Collins saw Bezos implement the concept. Amazon staff created their own Flywheels and tried to find […]...
Built to Sell: Book Summary

04 Built to Sell: Book Summary

How to Build a Business that can Succeed without you John Warrillow, an entrepreneur and business owner, highlights the difference between building a company for sellability and building one to maximize success. He wrote the book as a guide to teach entrepreneurs how to develop their businesses to sell, especially founders who feel tied to […]...