A Dozen Lessons for Entrepreneurs
Non-Fiction

A Dozen Lessons for Entrepreneurs

Overview

Entrepreneurs should learn from past successes but also be prepared to break new ground. A Dozen Lessons for Entrepreneurs shows how the insights of leading venture capitalists can teach readers to create a unique approach to building a successful business. Through profiles and interviews of figures such as Bill Gurley of Benchmark Capital, Marc Andreesen and Ben Horowitz of Andreesen Horowitz, and Jenny Lee of GGV Capital, Tren Griffin draws out the fundamental lessons from their ideas and experiences. With insight and verve, Griffin argues that innovation and best practices are discovered by the experimentation of entrepreneurs as they establish the evolutionary fitness of their business. Griffin shows that listening to what the best venture capitalists have to say is invaluable for entrepreneurs. Their experiences, if studied carefully, teach bedrock methods and guiding principles for approaching business.

Paperback

288 Pages | ISBN13 978-981-48-6793-1
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Tren Griffin
Tren Griffin
Tren Griffin works at Microsoft. He writes the www.25iq.com blog and is active on Twitter (@TrenGriffin). He was formerly a partner at Eagle River, a private equity firm controlled by Craig McCaw with investments in telecommunications and startups. He is the author of six other books, including Charlie Munger: The Complete Investor (Columbia, 2015).