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Jason Fried, cofounder of Basecamp and coauthor of Rework

Sahil knows not. He knows what not to do, what not to follow, how not to waste, and how not to get caught up in the hype. What's left is the yes - the stuff that really works, the things that actually matter. It's all in this book, and much of it only in this book. Pay attention.

Li Jin, founder of Atelier Ventures

A timely, hard-won guide for entrepreneurs looking to build sustainable, profitable businesses with real-world impact. This is the path to a world in which people are able to do what they love for a living, with creativity, ownership, and freedom.
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Derek Sivers, founder of CDBaby and author of Anything You Want

Best guide to the new post-Covid world of starting from anywhere.
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Alexis Ohanian, Founder, Seven Seven Six and Former Executive Chair, Reddit

In a world where things have become grossly overcomplicated, The Minimalist Entrepreneur teaches us how to strip away the unnecessary and do more with less. Sahil has a profound understanding of the power of community and how to build a business with intention, which makes this book a must read for any aspiring founder.
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Morgan Housel, author of The Psychology of Money

Few people can simplify a complex topic like Sahil. This book is as fun to read as it is informative.