Find Your 9others
The questions to ask yourself as you start up and scale up
by Katie Lewis; Matthew Stafford
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Pub Date 11 Jul 2023 | Archive Date 22 Aug 2023
If you could sit down to dinner with some of the world's most ambitious startup entrepreneurs, what would you ask them?
Since 2011, 9others has hosted over 5,000 entrepreneurs at 500 events in over 45 cities around the world and asked one simple question: what's keeping you up at night? We’ve heard the challenges that entrepreneurs all around the world have faced; their thinking and the behavioural traits that helped them overcome those challenges.
In this book, 9others founders Katie Lewis and Matthew Stafford will help you discover the questions you should be asking yourself as you start and scale your own start up, and why you should go on your own journey to find your 9others.
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Average rating from 1 member
Good book - I'd recommend to anyone thinking of starting a business or getting into entrepreneurship and fans of Seth Godin (considering several references to him).
The questions/chapters discussed are relatable as an entrepreneur myself. I'm sure I've considered one or a few at some point. The questions are relevant and should give readers points to think about.
I looked forward to reading the anecdotes. Also, I googled the different entrepreneurs who provided quotes, and great mix.
Interesting title, Seems catchy, It's intriguing - you'll want to turn to the back cover to find out what it's about but I'm not totally sold on it. I feel the information in this book could’ve been presented differently. I understood the benefits of a network but I don't know if readers/founders want to read that they need others to succeed.