How much do I want to read more? 5/10

Basics about Startups. Chapters are short and shallow. Not much depth or philosophy.
My only take away was the author's story in the introduction. About spending time and money in a product that people didn't want to buy.


1- Lessons from Top Tech Companies

Just one problem: No one bought it.
Who decides what products we should build? How do they decide? How do they know that what we build will be useful?
we discovered the hard way: It doesn’t matter how good your engineering team is if they are not given something worthwhile to build.

what to build come from a product manager. most companies weren’t good at this.
I promised myself that never again would I work so hard on a product unless I knew the product would be something that users and customers wanted.

most products are not inspiring, and life is too short for bad products.

CHAPTER 1 - Behind Every Great Product

behind every great product there is someone—usually someone behind the scenes, working tirelessly.