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There are a plethora of Inspiring and practical Books on Startups written by VCs, Angel Investors and Founders however most Founders , short on bandwidth and attention span usually procrastinate and postpone the reading for later. Founders keen to get a distilled perspective and wisdom nuggets from a diverse set of experts usually keep looking for the book that could help them navigate the journey they have undertaken without adding to the stress. There's already a lot out there for Founders. Palak Soup for the First Time Founder is a crisp, nutritional (one could say motivational at times), useful , practical ready reckoner of things they need to keep in mind to survive and to become successful and pitfalls they need to watch out for. The name ofcourse is suggestive of the fact that this could whet your appetite, as a founder, for more or make you pause as you digest the soup. Sip it and savour it.
Beautifully written content for startup founders. You get to garner such insightful knowledge which is beyond the conventional googling. Even big business executive courses don't cover such granular but business critical tidbits about the startup business to the extent this book has pointed out. A must-read for all the first time founders who wish to Kickstart their Startup and anticipate the pitfalls thereby minimizing reckless mistakes in the business journey.
A well curated book of guidelines for first time startup founders.
Without beating around the bush, Sachin has very well penned down the expectations of external and internal forces involved in a startup and harsh realities which all founders should know before they embark on their entrepreneurial journey.
A perfect guide for the first time investors!!
This book is exactly like the Palak Soup- packed with important titbits and relevant themes. It can definitely be used as a handy guide for the new founders as they will realise each chapter teaches them something new. The concepts are explained clearly and it doesn't bore you with repeated knowledge. I found this book easy on brain and time, it is almost interactive, and carefully structured. It asks questions which lights your realization, which could help clear a lot of things for the first time and perhaps even the seasoned founder. I think the author should also write a Main course soon.