A little more about putting lean startup ideas into practice. Not a ton of new information, but I've read all the other Lean books before this one. Lots of similarities with what already happens with agile development. Might be a good place to start if you haven't ready any of the other ones.
I'm always on the lookup for good reads on business, startups, user experience, productivity, real estate, finance and product management among other topics.
Not always relevant to people who don't run a successful startup but generally good ideas for the most part.
Maybe it's because of the age of the book but I'd already heard a lot of the stories and most of the information I already new. I guess if you're just learning about marketing there may be some good bits of info.
A great read for any small business owner. Takes a little while to get to it but some of the lessons are so obvious yet really valuable for a lot of people.
Honestly a little disappointing. A little on the short side. Interesting opinions but sounds a little full of himself.
Some really great stories. I don't know if it was a little unorganized or what but I didn't get a ton of actionable things to take away. Still worth reading.
I went about this kinda backwards, reading Lean UX for Startups, and other Lean UX books before reading this, which they're based on. The stories are still good but for a designer those books are probably a better way to go if you're only going to read one or two.