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UPDATE: We've updated the book formatting to ensure that it displays properly on all Kindle devices. Thank you for your feedback and patience. From Andrew Warner: I first interviewed Paul Graham after I heard something shocking from Alexis Ohanian, a founder whose company was funded by Graham's Y Combinator. Alexis came to Mixergy to tell the story of how he launched and sol UPDATE: We've updated the book formatting to ensure that it displays properly on all Kindle devices. Thank you for your feedback and patience. From Andrew Warner: I first interviewed Paul Graham after I heard something shocking from Alexis Ohanian, a founder whose company was funded by Graham's Y Combinator. Alexis came to Mixergy to tell the story of how he launched and sold Reddit. If you're a founder, you know the kind of problems that founders have, right? Figuring out what product to create, how to build it, how to get users to try it, etc. Well Alexis didn't seem to have those problems, or at least they weren't as challenging for him as they were for most of the other 600 entrepreneurs I interviewed on Mixergy. Why? Because Paul Graham helped him launch his business. How did Graham make Reddit's launch easier and more successful than other companies' founding? How did he do the same for hundreds of other startups? And, more importantly, what can you learn from his experiences to grow your business? The book you're holding has those answers. Use what you're about to learn to build your successful startup. After you do, I hope you'll let me interview you so other founders can learn from your experience, the way you're about to benefit from Graham's. About Hyperink, the publisher: Hyperink is the easiest way for anyone to publish a beautiful, high-quality book. We work closely with subject matter experts to create each eBook. We cover topics ranging from higher education to job recruiting, from Android apps marketing to barefoot running. If you have interesting knowledge that people are willing to pay for, especially if you've already produced content on the topic, please reach out to us! There's no writing required and it's a unique opportunity to build your own brand and earn royalties.


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UPDATE: We've updated the book formatting to ensure that it displays properly on all Kindle devices. Thank you for your feedback and patience. From Andrew Warner: I first interviewed Paul Graham after I heard something shocking from Alexis Ohanian, a founder whose company was funded by Graham's Y Combinator. Alexis came to Mixergy to tell the story of how he launched and sol UPDATE: We've updated the book formatting to ensure that it displays properly on all Kindle devices. Thank you for your feedback and patience. From Andrew Warner: I first interviewed Paul Graham after I heard something shocking from Alexis Ohanian, a founder whose company was funded by Graham's Y Combinator. Alexis came to Mixergy to tell the story of how he launched and sold Reddit. If you're a founder, you know the kind of problems that founders have, right? Figuring out what product to create, how to build it, how to get users to try it, etc. Well Alexis didn't seem to have those problems, or at least they weren't as challenging for him as they were for most of the other 600 entrepreneurs I interviewed on Mixergy. Why? Because Paul Graham helped him launch his business. How did Graham make Reddit's launch easier and more successful than other companies' founding? How did he do the same for hundreds of other startups? And, more importantly, what can you learn from his experiences to grow your business? The book you're holding has those answers. Use what you're about to learn to build your successful startup. After you do, I hope you'll let me interview you so other founders can learn from your experience, the way you're about to benefit from Graham's. About Hyperink, the publisher: Hyperink is the easiest way for anyone to publish a beautiful, high-quality book. We work closely with subject matter experts to create each eBook. We cover topics ranging from higher education to job recruiting, from Android apps marketing to barefoot running. If you have interesting knowledge that people are willing to pay for, especially if you've already produced content on the topic, please reach out to us! There's no writing required and it's a unique opportunity to build your own brand and earn royalties.

30 review for Paul Graham: The Art of Funding a Startup

  1. 5 out of 5

    Jason Copenhaver

    eeh. It was free from Amazon when I got it so almost worth the time to read it if you've never read anything else Paul Graham has said. If you have then don't bother. eeh. It was free from Amazon when I got it so almost worth the time to read it if you've never read anything else Paul Graham has said. If you have then don't bother.

  2. 5 out of 5

    Hussam El-kurd

    greate map for someone need information about funding

  3. 5 out of 5

    Tyrel Kelsey

    Over all the book was ok, but it was not well put together. It appeared that a pdf was just badly converted to mobi and sold. Some of the text was unreadable on my kindle, and other parts were repeated multiple times. These issues made it hard to stay with the flow of the interview(s) and to enjoy the book. The information Paul Graham gave was interesting and enjoyable, but the book formatting got in the way.

  4. 5 out of 5

    Christian Grobmeier

    Short Book (that's s plus in this case) containing an jnterview with Paul graham. It looks unedited, like the first draft going to print. The book does not deliver "real insight". It's scratching the surface and doesn't tell anything about the "art". Key takeaways: - graham still likes to hack and hacker news is actually important to him - yc invests a lot but they don't have a funding recipe - I should read "founders at work" (coders at work was a great read) Short Book (that's s plus in this case) containing an jnterview with Paul graham. It looks unedited, like the first draft going to print. The book does not deliver "real insight". It's scratching the surface and doesn't tell anything about the "art". Key takeaways: - graham still likes to hack and hacker news is actually important to him - yc invests a lot but they don't have a funding recipe - I should read "founders at work" (coders at work was a great read)

  5. 5 out of 5

    Zaca

    Apanhado de entrevistas de Paul. Paul é sensacional, mas não tem nada de novo aqui.

  6. 4 out of 5

    Kah Wee

    Neither worth time nor money.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Rahul Jalan

    quick read. Was hoping to get an insight into the mind of Paul Graham. Sadly, the book has very little to add to what he has already written in his essays.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Michel Bartz

  9. 4 out of 5

    Jason

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    Joseph Lallouz

  11. 5 out of 5

    Stoyan Mishkovski

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    Aswin Ramakrishnan

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    Karthik Dantu

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    Daniel Harris

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    Daniel

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    Paul Sobczak

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    Adnan

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    Zane

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    Ben Prew

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    Matteo Lai

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    Linden Hillenbrand

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    Sunkay

  28. 5 out of 5

    colin holowaychuk

  29. 4 out of 5

    Roy Nallapeta

  30. 5 out of 5

    Arthur Tazhitdinov

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