‘The Social Entrepreneur’ By Andrew Mawson

Feel free to check out my highlights after reading The Social Entrepreneur. Some favorites: “The contrast between that kind of experience of life – which, believe me, can feel frustrating and active discouraging – and someone simply saying, “sure, go ahead, when can you start and how can we help’, without forms or systems or anything else, just…

‘Steve Jobs’ by Walter Isaacson

Feel free to check out my highlights after reading Steve Jobs. This is in my top 3. Some favorites: “The main thing in our design is that we have to make things intuitively obvious,” “On many of his major projects, such as the first Toy Story and the Apple store, Jobs pressed “pause” as they neared completion and…

‘Shipping Greatness’ by Chris Vander Mey

Feel free to check out my highlights after reading Shipping Greatness. Some favorites: “If you’ve uncovered a big problem that many users share, you’ve completed the most important step of your product definition process.” “Remember that the time to maintain your cool is when others are losing theirs!” “About 90% of the time, the root cause for your…

FORTUNE – The Greatest Business Decisions of All Time’ by Verne Harnish & the Editors of Fortune

Feel free to check out my highlights after reading FORTUNE – The Greatest Business Decisions of All Time. My 5 favorites: Henry Ford doubling workers wages Nordstrom’s extreme customer services Boeing betting on the 707 Johnson & Johnson saving Tylenol Softsoap boxing out competitors

‘The Pirate’s Dilemma’ by Matt Mason

Feel free to check out my highlights after reading The Pirate’s Dilemma by Matt Mason. A few of my favorites: “Western culture got homogenized and corporatized to an extent where it was inevitable that would come to existence a stratum under the radar, where people who saw the stupidity and boredom of the mass culture started…