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Hey <<First Name>>,

Today, I'm going to share some of my favorite resources to help you reclaim your time and fast-track your growth.

From the first day of launching a startup, your time is no longer your own. You have to learn multiple new skills:

  • Raising funds
  • Hiring a team
  • Managing the team
Your mind is also focused on product development, financial runway, and possibly an exit strategy if you're thinking long term.

One of the most effective strategies that I've used is to read books. It's a great way to learn actionable skills from people who have been in your position, wherever you are today.

I've put together a list of the best books for startups, across the following categories:

  • Early-stage startups
  • Growth stage startups
  • Hiring and management
  • Personal development
  • Exit planning
You can read this list here.
The Best Startup Books for Founders
Karl Hughes
Founder,
Draft.dev
Weekly Reading
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