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by 'Anil' Radhakrishna
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Startup 101 - free, online serialized book for first-time entrepreneurs

Ever wanted to be a Web entrepreneur? Startup 101 is an online serialized book that shows you what's invovled in becoming one.
"Startup 101" is a serialized book about the thrills and spills of starting a Web technology venture....Startup 101 is for first-time entrepreneurs who want to go through the whole startup life cycle - including raising money, building a valuable business, and making a lot of money by selling the venture or taking it public.

This is the tentative list of chapters -
  1. 10 things to be clear about before you start
  2. Are you really an entrepreneur?
  3. How first-time entrepreneurs can work well with investors
  4. Creating your vision, mission, strategy, and plan
  5. Finding the right wave to ride (secular trends)
  6. Working booms and busts to your advantage (cyclical trends)
  7. Building your team pre-financing
  8. Building an advisory board
  9. Finding a URL and company name
  10. Company registration choices
  11. The Capital-Raising Ladder
  12. How to pitch to a VC or angel
  13. How not to get screwed by VCs
  14. Understand the scale vs. profitability trade-off
  15. Build an insanely great Web service
  16. Learn to negotiate and close
  17. How to be an effective executive
  18. Steps in building a brand
  19. How to get noticed
  20. How to scale without losing your shirt
  21. Maintaining focus, health, and passion during the grind-it-out phase
  22. How to build the A-Team
  23. How to hit your numbers
  24. How to build an effective board
  25. How to build age-appropriate processes
  26. Planning your exit
  27. When and how founders should hire a professional CEO
  28. Read some great books for inspiration
  29. Negotiating your exit
  30. Congratulations! What's next?

At this moment, the first 17 chapters have already been published

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Free SQL Server 2008 Learning Resources
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