Startup Playbook

Y Combinator spends a lot of time advising startups Though one on one advice will always be crucial, we thought it might help us scale Y Combinator if we could distill the most generalizable parts of this advice into a sort of playbook we could give YC and YC Fellowship companies Then we thought we should just give it to everyone.This is meant for people new to the worldY Combinator spends a lot of time advising startups Though one on one advice will always be crucial, we thought it might help us scale Y Combinator if we could distill the most generalizable parts of this advice into a sort of playbook we could give YC and YC Fellowship companies Then we thought we should just give it to everyone.This is meant for people new to the world of startups Most of this will not be new to people who have read a lot of what YC partners have written the goal is to get it into one place.
Startup Playbook Y Combinator spends a lot of time advising startups Though one on one advice will always be crucial we thought it might help us scale Y Combinator if we could distill the most generalizable parts of

  • Title: Startup Playbook
  • Author: Sam Altman Gregory Koberger
  • ISBN: null
  • Page: 134
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • 1 thought on “Startup Playbook”

    1. Condensed business, startup wisdomI ended up highlighting a good chunk of the text. So many things to embrace. Very useful now that I'm hunting for no.1 Great Idea and soon 2. Great Team

    2. To have a successful startup, you need: a great idea (including a great market), a great team, a great product, and great execution.Y Combinator has graciously distilled their advice on these areas into their Startup Playbook. For me, it's _the_ definitive document that someone interested in starting a startup should read. It's short, easy to read, and most importantly, it makes sense.

    3. Quick read with a lot of actionable info This book is a condensed version of his How To Start A Startup class at Stanford. Lots of great advice without the fluff and ego stories. Highly recommended.

    4. A great and very fast read. This book from Y Combinator's Sam Altman condenses his class "How To Start A Startup" at Stanford. Read it if you are new(or even if already experienced) to the subject!

    5. Short but a great read!Companies of any size can benefit from much of the information given. Sad it was such a short read but it was delightful and insightful nonetheless.

    6. MehIf you have have no idea where to start, this is a good overview. It would have gotten one star but there are a few golden nuggets of quotable advice in here worth knowing and remembering.

    7. Useful pithy nuggets of wisdom and guidance A concise distillation of startup experience knowledge by Y Combinator. Read this together with expanded thoughts from Paul Graham. Thank you for this.

    8. Good introductionStarting a business is like having your first language vet interest: everything is fabulous until you realize he/she needs constant work and attention. This book gives pointers to make that task easier to accomplish.

    9. This was a quick and concise read on just about everything you need to know to start your business. Obviously, it's a bullet-point model; so you would do well to research further. There are nuggets for everyone in this book.

    10. Great insight to the tools and resources you need to consider when starting up. If you are a newbie to the Startup or Entrepreneurship game this is definitely something to dive into .

    11. A good and short readA good read to remind us what makes a good company, good product/service, good team, good execution, recommended to all new entrepreneurs

    12. Fantastic book if you need a crash course on what VC's expect of a startup.This is a quick read but to the point.

    13. Quick, hard-hitting, and very useful. Nobody grasps start-up dynamics better than the folks at YC.

    14. Al grano, rápido de leer (una media mañana) y con mucha información fácil de recordar y aplicar. Nada de fanfarria literaria en esta lectura, solo consejos honestos sobre lo que ellos creen firmemente que funciona (donde "ellos" son YC Combinator).

    15. A nice, crisp booklet on some of the key dos and don'ts for first-time entrepreneurs. There is a ton of guidance packed in there, and pretty sure, most entrepreneurs will still commit those mistakes, and hence having good guidance is valuable.

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