Stop Asking Questions
by Andrew Warner
The comprehensive guide to hosting better interviews for podcasters, salespeople, entrepreneurs, and more. Lessons from a veteran podcast host with 2,000+ episodes.
by Joshua LevyJoe Wallin
Stock options, RSUs, job offers, and taxes—a detailed reference, including hundreds of resources, explained from the ground up, for both employees and managers.
by Katie WildeJuan Pablo Buriticá
A comprehensive guide to building, managing, and working with distributed teams.
by Erika BrodnockJohannes Lenhard
A first-of-its-kind guide to diversity and inclusion in venture capital—who funds, who gets funded, why that needs to change, and how to make it happen. With data, history, and plenty of interviews with investors and founders, this book will demonstrate the needs—both moral and monetary—for a more diverse and equitable funding system.
Making Things Think
by Giuliano Pezzolo Giacaglia
AI now shapes our lives, yet few people know how machine learning algorithms work. It’s time for a detailed and approachable explanation for the intelligent reader.
by Herbert Lui
Whether creative work is part of your full-time job or personal passion, a few simple and powerful tools can unlock a unique creative process that works for you.
Raising Venture Capital
by Andy Sparks
A current and comprehensive resource for entrepreneurs, with technical detail, practical knowledge, real-world scenarios, and pitfalls to avoid.
Technical Recruiting and Hiring
by Osman (Ozzie) Osman
A practical, expert-reviewed guide to growing software engineering teams effectively, written by and for hiring managers, recruiters, interviewers, and candidates.
Art for Money
by Michael Ardelean
Essential principles for every creative freelancer on how to win clients, stay true to your art, and grow a business you love.
by Pete Kazanjy
A detailed and tactical guide to accelerate learning and success on the early-stage sales journey, from founder to early salesperson to sales leadership. Written by a sales expert for startup founders and first-time sales staff.
Land Your Dream Design Job
by Dan Shilov
Whether you're looking for your first job or your fifteenth, you can find an opportunity that plays to your strengths, matches with your values, and provides support for professional growth.