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    The Lean Startup has completely revolutionized my thoughts and approach with regard to starting and managing my business ideas. I'm particularly happy that I read this book at a time when I'm about to start working on a new project. The concepts of minimum viable product, pivot, innovation accounting, actionable metrics, five whys, split testing, engines of growth et al are so much helpful in maximizing limited resources and identifying, as early as possible, if one is on the right track and, as a result, persevere; or if one is not getting desired results and pivot. The idea of getting feedback from customers as early as possible, and avoid unnecessarily building products customers might end up not embracing, wasting limited resources in the process, is an absolute 'life saver'. There's simply so much to compliment this book for. The fact that the author made it clear that the lean startup concept doesn't relegate the place of sound intuition, and the need for entrepreneurs to soberly understand the environment in which they are operating, all the more makes the entire idea so compelling. This, definitely, is one of the best books on business and startups I've read so far. Although, I'm aware the lean startup concept has been popular for a while, and some schools of thought are already trying to question its real effectiveness and viability going forward, it hasn't taken anything away from its relevance in today’s business environment.
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    The Lean Startup

    Good book overall. Important things to take away. Learn how to build a startup successfully and be efficient
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