Andrew Warner
I run Mixergy, a site where founders help each other by telling their stories and teaching what they do best.
32 recommendations

Recommendations by Andrew Warner

Andrew Warner's Review:

Recommended Biographies For Mixergy Fans

Mixergy readers Yaw Owusu and @candymath asked me to recommend some business biographies, so I put this list together for them.

I picked these books because they show what a fun adventure business can be. These books aren’t meant to just fire you up. I wanted to pick stories that will embed themselves in your mind and help shape the way you think about business.

How To Get Rich

What it’s about: The founder of Maxim magazine, tells you the story of his business career while teaching you what he learned along the way.

Why you should read it: This quote says it all, “I’m just a guy that got rich in the real world, not the ‘self-improvement’ happy-clappy merry-go-round, where the only real winner is the weasel with the blow-dried hair.”

Ref: https://mixergy.com/books-that-fire-up-your-entrepreneurial-drive/

Andrew Warner's Review:

Recommended Biographies For Mixergy Fans

Mixergy readers Yaw Owusu and @candymath asked me to recommend some business biographies, so I put this list together for them.

I picked these books because they show what a fun adventure business can be. These books aren’t meant to just fire you up. I wanted to pick stories that will embed themselves in your mind and help shape the way you think about business.

Michael O’Leary: A Life In Full Flight

What it’s about: The story of how Michael O’Leary turned Ryanair from a money-losing joke of an airline into one of the world’s most valuable companies.

Why you should read it: It’s an underdog story about a guy who took on the European giants in business and government and won because he built a good business

Ref: https://mixergy.com/books-that-fire-up-your-entrepreneurial-drive/

Andrew Warner's Review:

Recommended Biographies For Mixergy Fans

Mixergy readers Yaw Owusu and @candymath asked me to recommend some business biographies, so I put this list together for them.

I picked these books because they show what a fun adventure business can be. These books aren’t meant to just fire you up. I wanted to pick stories that will embed themselves in your mind and help shape the way you think about business.

The Making of a Blockbuster

What it’s about: How Wayne Huizenga became a billionaire by creating companies that pick up trash (Waste Management) and rent videos (Blockbuster).

Why you should read it: You’ll get to see how constant deal-making can lead to a mult-billion dollar business.

Ref: https://mixergy.com/books-that-fire-up-your-entrepreneurial-drive/

Andrew Warner's Review:

Recommended Biographies For Mixergy Fans

Mixergy readers Yaw Owusu and @candymath asked me to recommend some business biographies, so I put this list together for them.

I picked these books because they show what a fun adventure business can be. These books aren’t meant to just fire you up. I wanted to pick stories that will embed themselves in your mind and help shape the way you think about business.

The Operator

What it’s about: How David Geffen became a billionaire in the entertainment industry.

Why you should read it: It’s full of stories of manipulation. They’ll make you uncomfortable, but they’ll also help you think more creatively about business deals.

Ref: https://mixergy.com/books-that-fire-up-your-entrepreneurial-drive/

Andrew Warner's Review:

Recommended Biographies For Mixergy Fans

Mixergy readers Yaw Owusu and @candymath asked me to recommend some business biographies, so I put this list together for them.

I picked these books because they show what a fun adventure business can be. These books aren’t meant to just fire you up. I wanted to pick stories that will embed themselves in your mind and help shape the way you think about business.

Damn Right!

What it’s about: The story of how Charlie Munger became a billionaire by  buying companies like See’s Candies — often along side Warren Buffett.

Why you should read it: You’ll see how success is based on rational, clear thought.

Ref: https://mixergy.com/books-that-fire-up-your-entrepreneurial-drive/

Call Me Ted
book
by Ted Turner

Andrew Warner's Review:

Recommended Biographies For Mixergy Fans

Mixergy readers Yaw Owusu and @candymath asked me to recommend some business biographies, so I put this list together for them.

I picked these books because they show what a fun adventure business can be. These books aren’t meant to just fire you up. I wanted to pick stories that will embed themselves in your mind and help shape the way you think about business.

Call Me Ted

What it’s about: Ted Turner talks about how he built an empire that includes CNN.

Why you should read it: It’s inspiring to see how Turner told people in the early days that he’d be a billionaire and then read how he achieved it his goal.

Ref: https://mixergy.com/books-that-fire-up-your-entrepreneurial-drive/

Andrew Warner's Review:

Recommended Biographies For Mixergy Fans

Mixergy readers Yaw Owusu and @candymath asked me to recommend some business biographies, so I put this list together for them.

I picked these books because they show what a fun adventure business can be. These books aren’t meant to just fire you up. I wanted to pick stories that will embed themselves in your mind and help shape the way you think about business.

Stealing MySpace

What it’s about: How MySpace was created and turned into a top social networking site.

Why you should read it: It’s a motivating collection of stories about hustlers who keep trying different business ideas until they hit on the big one.

Ref: https://mixergy.com/books-that-fire-up-your-entrepreneurial-drive/

Sam Walton: Made In America
book
by Sam Walton, John Huey

Andrew Warner's Review:

Recommended Biographies For Mixergy Fans

Mixergy readers Yaw Owusu and @candymath asked me to recommend some business biographies, so I put this list together for them.

I picked these books because they show what a fun adventure business can be. These books aren’t meant to just fire you up. I wanted to pick stories that will embed themselves in your mind and help shape the way you think about business.

Made in America

What it’s about: How Sam Walton turned a single dime store into Wal-Mart, the world’s biggest retailer.

Why you should read it: You’ll see how Walton’s constant curiosity led him to find ideas others never would have discovered.

Ref: https://mixergy.com/books-that-fire-up-your-entrepreneurial-drive/

Andrew Warner's Review:

Recommended Biographies For Mixergy Fans

Mixergy readers Yaw Owusu and @candymath asked me to recommend some business biographies, so I put this list together for them.

I picked these books because they show what a fun adventure business can be. These books aren’t meant to just fire you up. I wanted to pick stories that will embed themselves in your mind and help shape the way you think about business.

An Unseemly Man

What it’s about: How Larry Flynt built Hustler magazine and other businesses.

Why you should read it: Flynt talks about the part of business that more respectable people would hide — like how he funded Hustler by cheating on his taxes.

Ref: https://mixergy.com/books-that-fire-up-your-entrepreneurial-drive/

Andrew Warner's Review:

Recommended Biographies For Mixergy Fans

Mixergy readers Yaw Owusu and @candymath asked me to recommend some business biographies, so I put this list together for them.

I picked these books because they show what a fun adventure business can be. These books aren’t meant to just fire you up. I wanted to pick stories that will embed themselves in your mind and help shape the way you think about business.

Malcolm

What it’s about: How an eccentric biker turned Forbes magazine into a must-read for billionaires.

Why you should read it: It’ll show you how Forbes convinced an entire generation of CEO’s that being rich and and should be fun.

Ref: https://mixergy.com/books-that-fire-up-your-entrepreneurial-drive/

Andrew Warner's Review:

Recommended Biographies For Mixergy Fans

Mixergy readers Yaw Owusu and @candymath asked me to recommend some business biographies, so I put this list together for them.

I picked these books because they show what a fun adventure business can be. These books aren’t meant to just fire you up. I wanted to pick stories that will embed themselves in your mind and help shape the way you think about business.

iWoz

What it’s about: How Steve Wozniak invented the modern computer and co-founded Apple.

Why you should read it: You’ll see how Wozniak kept getting smarter by tinkering.

Ref: https://mixergy.com/books-that-fire-up-your-entrepreneurial-drive/

Andrew Warner's Review:

Entrepreneurship can be a lonely journey and while hitting those detours and potholes, this was my Bible. This book was like a positive mentor that was at my side when I needed it. It taught me that success in all aspects of life truly begins in your mind. What happens there can change everything.

Ref: https://mixergy.com/founders-reveal-books-that-changed-their-lives-part-2/

Andrew Warner's Review:

Recommended Biographies For Mixergy Fans

What other books belong on this list?

I know I left a bunch of books out. Want to add them to the comments so I could get to know you by seeing what books you recommend?

Jim IIlkay: Pour Your Heart Into It by Howard Schultz. An inspiring story.

Andrew Warner:I love that book.

Though it seems the company turned its back on many of the statements 
Schultz made in the book. I think he said that Starbucks would never 
be in supermarkets and they'd never allow others to sell their coffee.

I wonder what that meant for the brand.

Great suggestion. I should have included that book

Ref: https://mixergy.com/books-that-fire-up-your-entrepreneurial-drive/

Andrew Warner's Review:

I highly recommend @sivers' new book. Full of well-written stories based on real experience, each with a clear message http://bit.ly/mzTxRn

Ref: https://twitter.com/AndrewWarner/status/86892165917184000

Andrew Warner's Review:

Recommended Biographies For Mixergy Fans

What other books belong on this list?

I know I left a bunch of books out. Want to add them to the comments so I could get to know you by seeing what books you recommend?

Pavi Williams: I would highly recommend Richard Branson's book "Losing My Virgin-ity" (and then if you enjoy it try "Screw It Let's Do It").

Andrew Warner: I can't believe I didn't include Richard Branson's book. Great call Pavl.

Ref: https://mixergy.com/books-that-fire-up-your-entrepreneurial-drive/

Andrew Warner's Review:

How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie

Before I read that book, my role models were entrepreneurs who fought their way to the top. Carnegie showed me how much more effective it is to win people over than to battle them all the time.
How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie

Andrew Warner is the founder of Mixergy.com.

Ref: https://mixergy.com/founders-reveal-books-that-changed-their-lives-part-2/

Andrew Warner's Review:

.@AndrewWarner Loved the master class you did with @yegg! I just bought Traction book so I can soak all that in slowly!

@HappyGezim Thanks. @yegg's book is really good.

Ref: https://twitter.com/AndrewWarner/status/540201159685058560

Andrew Warner's Review:

Recommended Biographies For Mixergy Fans

What other books belong on this list?

I know I left a bunch of books out. Want to add them to the comments so I could get to know you by seeing what books you recommend?

Andrew Warner: Titan is a great addition.

Ref: https://mixergy.com/books-that-fire-up-your-entrepreneurial-drive/

The Real Deal
book
by James Caan

Andrew Warner's Review:

@kwlow & everyone else who's asking. I'm reading "All the Rave" a great book about Napster. I think @ChadBoyda is mentioned in it.

Ref: https://twitter.com/AndrewWarner/status/789272884

Andrew Warner's Review:

Do yourself a favor and read @cduhigg's book on habits http://charlesduhigg.com  engaging stories plus life-changing insights

Ref: https://twitter.com/AndrewWarner/status/187245012902354944

Andrew Warner's Review:

Do yourself a favor and read @cduhigg's book on habits http://charlesduhigg.com  engaging stories plus life-changing insights

Ref: https://twitter.com/AndrewWarner/status/187245012902354944

Andrew Warner's Review:

@ShermanHu, @missrogue is incredible. The ideas in her book are based on real research. And she can give memorable examples.

Ref: https://twitter.com/AndrewWarner/status/1721138421

Andrew Warner's Review:

The book I wish I had before I started is @ashmaurya's Running Lean. He gives a usable framework & illustrates ideas with real examples.

Ref: https://twitter.com/AndrewWarner/status/304705649760169984

Killer Attitude 53 Rules of Unstoppable Confidence
book
by Francisco Dao, Michael Needham

Andrew Warner's Review:

@TheKillerPitch I read your upcoming book. My endorsement/quote: "I wish everyone who came to a Mixergy event read this first."

Ref: https://twitter.com/AndrewWarner/status/1160380377

Andrew Warner's Review:

@leobabauta Your latest book is my favorite. I've been trying to do 1 meaningful thing first thing every day. V helpful.

Ref: https://twitter.com/AndrewWarner/status/12675009419939840

The Culture Blueprint: A Guide to Building the High-Performance Workplace
book
by Robert Richman, Dave Logan (forward), Beth Kirlin

Andrew Warner's Review:

Best book I've read about culture. Written by a guy who helped Zappos create theirs. http://bit.ly/1tS1tus 

Ref: https://twitter.com/AndrewWarner/status/555468416254230528

The secret of raising money
book
by Michael Simpson, Seth Goldstein

Andrew Warner's Review:

Finally. A guy who actually raised money wrote a book on getting startups funded http://bit.ly/1m51wKY 

Ref: https://twitter.com/AndrewWarner/status/449590772191727616

Andrew Warner's Review:

I read the book One Red Paperclip this morning on @yourfriendevan's recommendation. Inspiring story.

Ref: https://twitter.com/AndrewWarner/status/3654527805

Andrew Warner's Review:

@wmmarc I love Krakauer's book. I read them all last year. They're 3 of the few non-business books that I love.

Ref:https://twitter.com/AndrewWarner/status/852065349

Andrew Warner's Review:

@decart thanks. Jessica book was one of the models for Mixergy’s interviews.

Ref:https://twitter.com/AndrewWarner/status/707937977574539264

Andrew Warner's Review:

Recommended Biographies For Mixergy Fans

Mixergy readers Yaw Owusu and @candymath asked me to recommend some business biographies, so I put this list together for them.

I picked these books because they show what a fun adventure business can be. These books aren’t meant to just fire you up. I wanted to pick stories that will embed themselves in your mind and help shape the way you think about business.

How To Get Rich

What it’s about: The founder of Maxim magazine, tells you the story of his business career while teaching you what he learned along the way.

Why you should read it: This quote says it all, “I’m just a guy that got rich in the real world, not the ‘self-improvement’ happy-clappy merry-go-round, where the only real winner is the weasel with the blow-dried hair.”

Ref: https://mixergy.com/books-that-fire-up-your-entrepreneurial-drive/

Andrew Warner's Review:

Recommended Biographies For Mixergy Fans

Mixergy readers Yaw Owusu and @candymath asked me to recommend some business biographies, so I put this list together for them.

I picked these books because they show what a fun adventure business can be. These books aren’t meant to just fire you up. I wanted to pick stories that will embed themselves in your mind and help shape the way you think about business.

Michael O’Leary: A Life In Full Flight

What it’s about: The story of how Michael O’Leary turned Ryanair from a money-losing joke of an airline into one of the world’s most valuable companies.

Why you should read it: It’s an underdog story about a guy who took on the European giants in business and government and won because he built a good business

Ref: https://mixergy.com/books-that-fire-up-your-entrepreneurial-drive/

Andrew Warner's Review:

Recommended Biographies For Mixergy Fans

Mixergy readers Yaw Owusu and @candymath asked me to recommend some business biographies, so I put this list together for them.

I picked these books because they show what a fun adventure business can be. These books aren’t meant to just fire you up. I wanted to pick stories that will embed themselves in your mind and help shape the way you think about business.

The Making of a Blockbuster

What it’s about: How Wayne Huizenga became a billionaire by creating companies that pick up trash (Waste Management) and rent videos (Blockbuster).

Why you should read it: You’ll get to see how constant deal-making can lead to a mult-billion dollar business.

Ref: https://mixergy.com/books-that-fire-up-your-entrepreneurial-drive/

Andrew Warner's Review:

Recommended Biographies For Mixergy Fans

Mixergy readers Yaw Owusu and @candymath asked me to recommend some business biographies, so I put this list together for them.

I picked these books because they show what a fun adventure business can be. These books aren’t meant to just fire you up. I wanted to pick stories that will embed themselves in your mind and help shape the way you think about business.

The Operator

What it’s about: How David Geffen became a billionaire in the entertainment industry.

Why you should read it: It’s full of stories of manipulation. They’ll make you uncomfortable, but they’ll also help you think more creatively about business deals.

Ref: https://mixergy.com/books-that-fire-up-your-entrepreneurial-drive/

Andrew Warner's Review:

Recommended Biographies For Mixergy Fans

Mixergy readers Yaw Owusu and @candymath asked me to recommend some business biographies, so I put this list together for them.

I picked these books because they show what a fun adventure business can be. These books aren’t meant to just fire you up. I wanted to pick stories that will embed themselves in your mind and help shape the way you think about business.

Damn Right!

What it’s about: The story of how Charlie Munger became a billionaire by  buying companies like See’s Candies — often along side Warren Buffett.

Why you should read it: You’ll see how success is based on rational, clear thought.

Ref: https://mixergy.com/books-that-fire-up-your-entrepreneurial-drive/

Call Me Ted
book
by Ted Turner

Andrew Warner's Review:

Recommended Biographies For Mixergy Fans

Mixergy readers Yaw Owusu and @candymath asked me to recommend some business biographies, so I put this list together for them.

I picked these books because they show what a fun adventure business can be. These books aren’t meant to just fire you up. I wanted to pick stories that will embed themselves in your mind and help shape the way you think about business.

Call Me Ted

What it’s about: Ted Turner talks about how he built an empire that includes CNN.

Why you should read it: It’s inspiring to see how Turner told people in the early days that he’d be a billionaire and then read how he achieved it his goal.

Ref: https://mixergy.com/books-that-fire-up-your-entrepreneurial-drive/

Andrew Warner's Review:

Recommended Biographies For Mixergy Fans

Mixergy readers Yaw Owusu and @candymath asked me to recommend some business biographies, so I put this list together for them.

I picked these books because they show what a fun adventure business can be. These books aren’t meant to just fire you up. I wanted to pick stories that will embed themselves in your mind and help shape the way you think about business.

Stealing MySpace

What it’s about: How MySpace was created and turned into a top social networking site.

Why you should read it: It’s a motivating collection of stories about hustlers who keep trying different business ideas until they hit on the big one.

Ref: https://mixergy.com/books-that-fire-up-your-entrepreneurial-drive/

Sam Walton: Made In America
book
by Sam Walton, John Huey

Andrew Warner's Review:

Recommended Biographies For Mixergy Fans

Mixergy readers Yaw Owusu and @candymath asked me to recommend some business biographies, so I put this list together for them.

I picked these books because they show what a fun adventure business can be. These books aren’t meant to just fire you up. I wanted to pick stories that will embed themselves in your mind and help shape the way you think about business.

Made in America

What it’s about: How Sam Walton turned a single dime store into Wal-Mart, the world’s biggest retailer.

Why you should read it: You’ll see how Walton’s constant curiosity led him to find ideas others never would have discovered.

Ref: https://mixergy.com/books-that-fire-up-your-entrepreneurial-drive/

Andrew Warner's Review:

Recommended Biographies For Mixergy Fans

Mixergy readers Yaw Owusu and @candymath asked me to recommend some business biographies, so I put this list together for them.

I picked these books because they show what a fun adventure business can be. These books aren’t meant to just fire you up. I wanted to pick stories that will embed themselves in your mind and help shape the way you think about business.

An Unseemly Man

What it’s about: How Larry Flynt built Hustler magazine and other businesses.

Why you should read it: Flynt talks about the part of business that more respectable people would hide — like how he funded Hustler by cheating on his taxes.

Ref: https://mixergy.com/books-that-fire-up-your-entrepreneurial-drive/

Andrew Warner's Review:

Recommended Biographies For Mixergy Fans

Mixergy readers Yaw Owusu and @candymath asked me to recommend some business biographies, so I put this list together for them.

I picked these books because they show what a fun adventure business can be. These books aren’t meant to just fire you up. I wanted to pick stories that will embed themselves in your mind and help shape the way you think about business.

Malcolm

What it’s about: How an eccentric biker turned Forbes magazine into a must-read for billionaires.

Why you should read it: It’ll show you how Forbes convinced an entire generation of CEO’s that being rich and and should be fun.

Ref: https://mixergy.com/books-that-fire-up-your-entrepreneurial-drive/

Andrew Warner's Review:

Recommended Biographies For Mixergy Fans

Mixergy readers Yaw Owusu and @candymath asked me to recommend some business biographies, so I put this list together for them.

I picked these books because they show what a fun adventure business can be. These books aren’t meant to just fire you up. I wanted to pick stories that will embed themselves in your mind and help shape the way you think about business.

iWoz

What it’s about: How Steve Wozniak invented the modern computer and co-founded Apple.

Why you should read it: You’ll see how Wozniak kept getting smarter by tinkering.

Ref: https://mixergy.com/books-that-fire-up-your-entrepreneurial-drive/

Andrew Warner's Review:

Entrepreneurship can be a lonely journey and while hitting those detours and potholes, this was my Bible. This book was like a positive mentor that was at my side when I needed it. It taught me that success in all aspects of life truly begins in your mind. What happens there can change everything.

Ref: https://mixergy.com/founders-reveal-books-that-changed-their-lives-part-2/

Andrew Warner's Review:

Recommended Biographies For Mixergy Fans

What other books belong on this list?

I know I left a bunch of books out. Want to add them to the comments so I could get to know you by seeing what books you recommend?

Jim IIlkay: Pour Your Heart Into It by Howard Schultz. An inspiring story.

Andrew Warner:I love that book.

Though it seems the company turned its back on many of the statements 
Schultz made in the book. I think he said that Starbucks would never 
be in supermarkets and they'd never allow others to sell their coffee.

I wonder what that meant for the brand.

Great suggestion. I should have included that book

Ref: https://mixergy.com/books-that-fire-up-your-entrepreneurial-drive/

Andrew Warner's Review:

I highly recommend @sivers' new book. Full of well-written stories based on real experience, each with a clear message http://bit.ly/mzTxRn

Ref: https://twitter.com/AndrewWarner/status/86892165917184000

Andrew Warner's Review:

Recommended Biographies For Mixergy Fans

What other books belong on this list?

I know I left a bunch of books out. Want to add them to the comments so I could get to know you by seeing what books you recommend?

Pavi Williams: I would highly recommend Richard Branson's book "Losing My Virgin-ity" (and then if you enjoy it try "Screw It Let's Do It").

Andrew Warner: I can't believe I didn't include Richard Branson's book. Great call Pavl.

Ref: https://mixergy.com/books-that-fire-up-your-entrepreneurial-drive/

Andrew Warner's Review:

How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie

Before I read that book, my role models were entrepreneurs who fought their way to the top. Carnegie showed me how much more effective it is to win people over than to battle them all the time.
How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie

Andrew Warner is the founder of Mixergy.com.

Ref: https://mixergy.com/founders-reveal-books-that-changed-their-lives-part-2/

Andrew Warner's Review:

.@AndrewWarner Loved the master class you did with @yegg! I just bought Traction book so I can soak all that in slowly!

@HappyGezim Thanks. @yegg's book is really good.

Ref: https://twitter.com/AndrewWarner/status/540201159685058560

Andrew Warner's Review:

Recommended Biographies For Mixergy Fans

What other books belong on this list?

I know I left a bunch of books out. Want to add them to the comments so I could get to know you by seeing what books you recommend?

Andrew Warner: Titan is a great addition.

Ref: https://mixergy.com/books-that-fire-up-your-entrepreneurial-drive/

The Real Deal
book
by James Caan

Andrew Warner's Review:

@kwlow & everyone else who's asking. I'm reading "All the Rave" a great book about Napster. I think @ChadBoyda is mentioned in it.

Ref: https://twitter.com/AndrewWarner/status/789272884

Andrew Warner's Review:

Do yourself a favor and read @cduhigg's book on habits http://charlesduhigg.com  engaging stories plus life-changing insights

Ref: https://twitter.com/AndrewWarner/status/187245012902354944

Andrew Warner's Review:

Do yourself a favor and read @cduhigg's book on habits http://charlesduhigg.com  engaging stories plus life-changing insights

Ref: https://twitter.com/AndrewWarner/status/187245012902354944

Andrew Warner's Review:

@ShermanHu, @missrogue is incredible. The ideas in her book are based on real research. And she can give memorable examples.

Ref: https://twitter.com/AndrewWarner/status/1721138421

Andrew Warner's Review:

The book I wish I had before I started is @ashmaurya's Running Lean. He gives a usable framework & illustrates ideas with real examples.

Ref: https://twitter.com/AndrewWarner/status/304705649760169984

Killer Attitude 53 Rules of Unstoppable Confidence
book
by Francisco Dao, Michael Needham

Andrew Warner's Review:

@TheKillerPitch I read your upcoming book. My endorsement/quote: "I wish everyone who came to a Mixergy event read this first."

Ref: https://twitter.com/AndrewWarner/status/1160380377

Andrew Warner's Review:

@leobabauta Your latest book is my favorite. I've been trying to do 1 meaningful thing first thing every day. V helpful.

Ref: https://twitter.com/AndrewWarner/status/12675009419939840

The Culture Blueprint: A Guide to Building the High-Performance Workplace
book
by Robert Richman, Dave Logan (forward), Beth Kirlin

Andrew Warner's Review:

Best book I've read about culture. Written by a guy who helped Zappos create theirs. http://bit.ly/1tS1tus 

Ref: https://twitter.com/AndrewWarner/status/555468416254230528

The secret of raising money
book
by Michael Simpson, Seth Goldstein

Andrew Warner's Review:

Finally. A guy who actually raised money wrote a book on getting startups funded http://bit.ly/1m51wKY 

Ref: https://twitter.com/AndrewWarner/status/449590772191727616

Andrew Warner's Review:

I read the book One Red Paperclip this morning on @yourfriendevan's recommendation. Inspiring story.

Ref: https://twitter.com/AndrewWarner/status/3654527805

Andrew Warner's Review:

@wmmarc I love Krakauer's book. I read them all last year. They're 3 of the few non-business books that I love.

Ref:https://twitter.com/AndrewWarner/status/852065349

Andrew Warner's Review:

@decart thanks. Jessica book was one of the models for Mixergy’s interviews.

Ref:https://twitter.com/AndrewWarner/status/707937977574539264

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