The Flyby Entrepreneurship Book Club
Issue #1: Feb 23
Welcome to the Flyby Entrepreneurship Book club.
As mentioned in the previous post, I’ll be starting a book club to ensure we all (including me) read at least one high-quality entrepreneurship book a month regardless of whatever else is happening in the world. You are, of course, welcome to read more or ignore this altogether and carry on with whatever it is that you were doing.
This is a read-along type of book club. Over time, it might evolve into something more and I might also increase the frequency based on your feedback. Let me know if you have any thoughts using the feedback form at the end of the post.
I’ll pick one entrepreneurship-themed book every month that aligns with my vision, strategy, and philosophy, along with providing some reading tips. You can read along at your own pace and apply the lessons to your own products or goals.
At the end of the month, I’ll write a post detailing my thoughts on the book, relating the lessons to my own experience. You can also just read that instead if you weren’t able to read the book or were reading something else during this time.
The first book is a shortish one since it’s a shortish month (I’m looking at you February), and this is the first in the series. So let’s start by making it easy.
There are about 160 pages in the copy I have, and there are about 20 days left.
So this would make the math quite satisfying with exactly 8 pages per day.
Aim for reading 8 pages per day (well.. you might need to adjust this based on the edition you have and the date you start reading, i.e. pages divided by days. So it might be 10 or 12 by the time you read this and get the book, but same concept).
Doesn’t matter how you get there or when you read (bonus points for being creative here). If you reach that point, you can either stop right there or keep going if you feel like it.
It’s totally up to you.
The first book is …
Here we go!
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