On Writing Well
You won’t fire people every day (I hope!). You won’t pitch investors every day. You won’t launch or kill product lines every day. And you won’t give grand speeches every day. But you *will* communicate in writing, every single day. All day.
Posted by Andrew Savikas on March 9, 2017
The Hard Thing about Hard Things
While much of the advice is aimed squarely at founder CEOs, there’s plenty of value for non-founder CEOs and leaders, with much of it about managing the mental and emotional challenges that come with the responsibility of running a company of any size
Posted by Andrew Savikas on March 8, 2017
Start with Why
It's true that you can get a lot of value just by watching his TED talk of the same name, but I still recommend reading the book as a way to really help the message sink in, and make sure that your subconscious brain has a chance to spend more than 12 minutes absorbing the underlying principles.
Posted by Andrew Savikas on March 7, 2017
Technological Revolutions and Financial Capital
After finishing this book, you will have a new framework through which to understand and analyze not just technology changes, but how they fit into the wider social, political, and economic landscape.
Posted by Andrew Savikas on February 22, 2017
How Will You Measure Your Life?
By itself the book’s advice about living life and choosing your career is practical and sound, and makes it well worth reading and reflecting on. But the reason I think it’s a *great* book is that in order help the reader apply his expertly honed analysis tools of business and strategy to one’s life and career, he *has to explain all of them concisely along the way*.
Posted by Andrew Savikas on February 1, 2017