Peter Thiel

Zero to One: Notes on Startups, or How to Build the Future

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    exAspArkhas quoted7 years ago
    1. The Engineering Question
    Can you create breakthrough technology instead of incremental improvements?
    2. The Timing Question
    Is now the right time to start your particular business?
    3. The Monopoly Question
    Are you starting with a big share of a small market?
    4. The People Question
    Do you have the right team?
    5. The Distribution Question
    Do you have a way to not just create but deliver your product?
    6. The Durability Question
    Will your market position be defensible 10 and 20 years into the future?
    7. The Secret Question
    Have you identified a unique opportunity that others don’t see?
    Hasyemi Rafsanjani Asyarihas quoted5 years ago
    . The Engineering Question
    Can you create breakthrough technology instead of incremental improvements?
    2. The Timing Question
    Is now the right time to start your particular business?
    3. The Monopoly Question
    Are you starting with a big share of a small market?
    4. The People Question
    Do you have the right team?
    5. The Distribution Question
    Do you have a way to not just create but deliver your product?
    6. The Durability Question
    Will your market position be defensible 10 and 20 years into the future?
    7. The Secret Question
    Have you identified a unique opportunity that others don’t see?
    Vasily Betinhas quoted7 years ago
    Second is risk aversion. People are scared of secrets because they are scared of being wrong
    Bagushas quotedlast year
    Strong men believe in cause and effect
    Amerika Amerikahas quoted2 years ago
    2. A bad plan is better than no plan
    UGLYPUPhas quoted2 years ago
    THE IDEOLOGY OF COMPETITION
    CREATIVE MONOPOLY means new products that benefit everybody and sustainable profits for the creator. Competition means no profits for anybody, no meaningful differentiation, and a struggle for survival
    Nur Myrzahas quoted4 years ago
    Instead ask yourself: how much of what you know about business is shaped by mistaken reactions to past mistakes?
    Meirman Buranbayevhas quoted4 years ago
    “Shallow men believe in luck, believe in circumstances.… Strong men believe in cause and effect.”
    Yelena Jetpyspayevahas quoted5 years ago
    they are easy to forget in a world where so much of what we do is repeat what has been done before
    fredyphhas quoted5 years ago
    However, analyzing your business according to these characteristics can help you think about how to make it durable
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