A Joosr Guide to Zero to One by Peter Thiel, Joosr

A Joosr Guide to Zero to One by Peter Thiel

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What makes one startup a billion-dollar company while others fail to make it out of the starting gate? Find out why innovation is the key to startup success, and what common mistakes you can avoid to ensure entrepreneurial victory.

Zero to One is an innovators guide to becoming a business success by thinking differently to the mediocrities and failures. It discusses the pitfalls of competition, the absolute necessity of creative monopolies, and the dangers of adopting globalization over technological innovation. By learning to rethink common misconceptions about business in order to create new things, you can become a startup success.

You will learn:

· Why the notion of luck is undermining your chances of startup success

· What competition actually does to weaken capitalism in the world of business and how you can defeat it

· How to protect your creative monopoly once you have established it.
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What should be most important to you is the growth and profit you will make in the future, and there are four things you need to stay on the right track: branding, proprietary technology, economies of scale, and network effects.
Competitive business cuts profits and kills innovation
Most of us are taught that in order for business to be fair and successful, there should always be competition. With competition, prices are regulated as companies fight for consumer business, and each company is always trying to imitate and outdo its competitors. This is why many startups seek to jump in on an existing market and get a cut of the profit, such as it is. While this may be good for consumer pockets in the short term, it is bad for business and the future as a whole.
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