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What I Learned From My Dad Who Taught Me How To Ride A Bicycle (by Denny K Miu)


41dWHZ7O5lL._SL500_AA266_PIkin3,BottomRight,-2,34_AA300_SH20_OU01_This post has been incorporated into my recently published ebook, "The Survival Guide for 'Slow Start' Entrepreneurs". In this short book (50+ papes), I summarized my twenty years experience in high-tech startups, based on my two companies, one VC-funded and one self-funded.

As one reviewer puts it ... "A humble immigrant from Macau comes to the U.S. and earns his doctorate in engineering at a prestigious university. Frustrated by the politics of academia, he sets out to free his inner entrepreneur. After a solid start, he is fired by the board of his first start-up. Realizing he is basically unemployable in a traditional job, he picks himself up, dusts himself off, and sets out to learn from his mistakes and start another company. The second attempt is a huge success; he cashes out and retires before his 50th birthday.

Denny tells the story of his failure, the lessons learned, and how they enabled him to ultimately succeed. A thoughtful, sensitive historian with a flair for reading people, he weaves an entertaining tale of VC's, technologists, money and power. Through it all, he never loses sight of the distinction between lifestyle and life."

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You can purchase this eBook from Amazon.com for 99 cents.


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