Zero to One



Zero to One Comment construire le futur pour l homme qui a cr PayPal et investi dans Facebook, SpaceX et Linkedin Ce livre propose des id es compl tement nouvelles et apporte une v ritable bouff e d air frais sur une question vitale comment cr er de la valeur en ce monde Mark Zuckerberg , PDG de Facebook Peter Thiel a cr plusieurs entreprises r volutionnaires et dans Z ro Un, il nous explique comment il s y est pris Elon Musk, PDG de SpaceX et Tesla Quand un sp cialiste de la prise de risque crit un livre, lisez le Dans le cas de Peter Thiel, lisez le deux fois ou pour tre tout fait s r du coup, allez m me jusqu le lire trois fois C est un classique Nassim Nicholas Taleb, auteur du Cygne noir crit partir de cours donn s Stanford, Z ro Un propose une vision radicale et nouvelle sur la conception et le management des start ups.Quelques uns de ses principes Le mythe du prochain Facebook, Google Chaque instant en business n arrive qu une fois Le prochain Bill Gates ne construira pas un syst me d exploitation, Sergue Brin ne fera pas un moteur de recherche et le prochain Zuckerberg ne cr era pas un r seau social Si vous les copiez c est que vous n avez rien offrir de mieux.Quelle v rit tes vous seul poss der, quelle est la soci t que personne ne construit Vive le monopole La comp tition et le capitalisme sont l oppos Certes, il est plus simple de copier un mod le que d inventer Faire ce qu on sait m ne le monde de 1 n.En y ajoutant un l ment d j connu Mais chaque fois que l on cr e de la nouveaut on passe de z ro un.Ce livre explique comment y parvenir.Traduit de l anglais par Johan Fr d rik Hel Guedj Best Download eBook Zero to One author Peter Thiel – heartforum.co.uk

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✓ Zero to One  Ú ePUB By ☆ Peter Thiel personal development – heartforum.co.uk
  • Hardcover
  • 195 pages
  • Zero to One
  • Peter Thiel
  • English
  • 16 September 2017
  • 0804139296

10 thoughts on “Zero to One

  1. Andrew Garvin says:

    Having worked with Peter and the PayPal mafiagenerally for almost 10 years now, I have a unique perspective on Zero to One Indeed, a lot of the ideas contained within are familiar to me The launching point for the book is Peter s stock interview question a question he asked me 8 years ago What is something you think is true, but that most people disagree with you on My answer at the time 2006 was There is a bubble in housing Of course, that was cheating, since I knew this w Having worked with Peter and the PayPal mafiagenerally for almost 10 years now, I have a unique perspective on Zero to One Indeed, a lot of the ideas contained within are familiar to me The launching point for the book is Peter s stock interview question a question he asked me 8 years ago What is something you think is true, but that most people disagree with you on My answer at the time 2006 was There is a bubble in housing Of course, that was cheating, since I knew this was a pet idea of Peter s Not surprisingly, he asked if I had another answer I didn t, but I extemp ed some bs about how FDI in Iraq was a good idea Luckily I was strong enough in other ways to make it through.His breakdown of this question and why it s so difficult to answer is incisive and in itself reveals a truth that is lying in plain sight Very few ideas are both contrarian and correct And, yet, finding that combination is critical to successful investing, entrepre...

  2. Jacek Ambroziak says:

    I thoroughly enjoyed the book even if I have found myself in violent disagreement with many of its thoughts The book opens up with these words Every moment in business happens only once.The next Bill Gates will not build an operating system The next Larry Page or Sergey Brin won t make a search engine And the next Mark Zuckerberg won t create a social network If you are copying these guys, you aren t learning from them.It s easier to copy a model than to make something new doing what we al I thoroughly enjoyed the book even if I have found myself in violent disagreement with many of its thoughts The book opens up with these words Every moment in business happens only once.The next Bill Gates will not build an operating system The next Larry Page or Sergey Brin won t make a search engine And the next Mark Zuckerberg won t create a social network If you are copying these guys, you aren t learning from them.It s easier to copy a model than to make something new doing what we already know how to do takes the world from 1 to n, addingof something familiar But every time we create something new, we go from 0 to 1 The act of creation is singular, as is the mome...

  3. Nick says:

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers To view it, click here The first book since Antifragile that had me hooked beginning to end The definite indefinite paradigm had me thinking long after the book was finished Fantastic.Ch 1 The challenge of the the futureThe first chapter is an introductory piece on the creation of new value going from nothing to something thus zero to one as opposed to logarithmic and or incremental changes one to n He argues that spreading old ways to create wealth around the world will only further globalize the world into The first book since Antifragile that had me hooked beginning to end The definite indefinite paradigm had me thinking long after the book was finished Fantastic.Ch 1 The challenge of the the futureThe first chapter is an introductory piece o...

  4. Yevgeniy Brikman says:

    This book fluctuates between brilliance and madness When it focuses on the mechanics of start ups, it s great When it focuses on Thiel s philosophies, it s a bit whacky Thiel enjoys being a contrarian too much Doing something new and valuable may require being a contrarian, but just being contrarian doesn t mean your ideas are new and valuable Worth reading if you re interested in startups, but be prepared to skim and shake your head Pros Great chapters on how to build a monopoly, approa This book fluctuates between brilliance and madness When it focuses on the mechanics of start ups, it s great When it focuses on Thiel s philosophies, it s a bit whacky Thiel enjoys being a ...

  5. Sindy Li says:

    I heard about this book when it came out and thought that there was no way I would read a book on startups Not that I don t see great things coming out of some startups, but I am not the only one who has developed a fatigue of the many random startups founded by fellow Silicon Valley dwellers who are engineers, MBAs, or a little bit of both, and of the many other Valley dwellers who claim they want to do a startup without knowing what it will be about After my dad bought a copy in Taipei I deci I heard a...

  6. Daniel Clausen says:

    It starts with a simple and elegant thesis a new idea is a singularity that changes the world The best paths in business are new and untried For this reason, there can be no definite road plan toward their creation Every formula for innovation is new and unique Buried within a book on business and startups is a deep thesis about the relationship between technology, society, and our historical moment From the beginning, I assumed this was a book written by an MBA or computer scientist, but It starts with a simple and elegant thesis a new idea is a singularity that changes the world The best paths in business are new and untried For this reason, there can be no definite road plan toward their creation Every formula for innovation is new and unique Buried wi...

  7. James Fairbairn says:

    Starts well, becomes trite, ends delusional.

  8. Todd N says:

    Even worse than the self help section of the bookstore, you need to go into the entrepreneur part of the business section of the bookstore to find a copy of this book.Unless you are one of those Twitter jerkoffs who is tweeting about your startup or worse your insights on the latest VC trends, you will probably want to wear a disguise when procuring a copy of th...

  9. Arjun says:

    Note this review was written for an advance copy, so there may be minor differences between references made here and in the first edition Contrary to my own expectation, I quite enjoyed Peter Thiel s newest book Though put off by some of Thiel s contrarian and in some cases, delusionally bullish opinions, after reading Blake Master s notes from Stanford s CS183, I was pretty excited for their latest collaboration While the latter half of the book is chock full of startup advice, the first Note this review was written for an advance copy, so there may be minor differences between references made here and in the first edition Contrary to my own expectation, I quite enjoyed Peter Thiel s newest book Though put off by some of Thiel s contrarian and in some cases, delusionally bullish opinions, after reading Blake Master s notes from Stanford s CS183, I was pretty excited for their latest collaboration While the latter half of the book is chock full of startup advice, the first half readsclosely as an explanation of macroeconomic trends Thiel s noticed over years in the tre...

  10. Brian Yahn says:

    I kind of dismissed Peter Thiel as an idiot after his very public support of President Trump, but that was a mistake.The premise of Zero to One is enlightening We always think of business in terms of cut throat competition But Thiel makes a very convincing argument that most successful businesses avoid competition whenever possible The natural extension of that is one should only found a business with a clear path to monopoly For me, at least, it kind of turned everything I thought I knew ab I kind of dismissed Peter Thiel as an idiot after his very public support of President Trump, but that was a mistake.The premise of Zero to One is enlightening We always think...

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