Maxims, Morals, and Metaphors: A Primer on Venture Capital


There was a problem filtering reviews right now. Please try again later. This book is exactly what it promises - a primer on venture capital. It packs a lot of great information into a very short read. The maxims and sayings are often part of the text but they are called out in italics separate from the paragraph in which they occur, creating lots of white space and making the book that much more useful and faster to read.

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There's even an index of the sayings. I highly recommend the CD, too, to absorb its lessons via a second pathway. Great book for a quick overview of Venture Capital. I would recommend it to anyone who has an interest in hearing how investors talk about startup investing. I had the hardcopy of "Maxims, Morals, and Metaphors" first and loved it. So I got the audiobook also.

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It really is a different experience listening, compared to reading. With the hardcopy, I used to jump around, enjoying the witty phrases used by venture capitalists and entrepreneurs, trying to memorize a few to use and improve my own work and presentations. With the audiobook, however, I found myself sitting through the entire 94 minutes straight. Whereas I used the hardcopy more as a reference, picking phrases from a few pages at a time, the audio CD narrative taught me a lot more about what happens end-to-end in Silicon Valley.

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So I don't think the audiobook replaces the hardcopy, or vice versa, they both complement each other. Very pleased, it was simple to understand I have the book and the cd. Great audio cd to listen while driving. More than satisfied, great way to introduce world of venture capitalist! One person found this helpful. See all 4 reviews. There's a problem loading this menu right now. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations. View or edit your browsing history.

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In Search of Walter Intro: Deal Flow Chapter 1: Types of Deals Chapter 1, a: Investment Strategy Chapter 1, b: Deal Sourcing Chapter 1, c: Screening Chapter 1, d: Due Diligence Chapter 2: Management Team Chapter 2, a: Market Opportunity Chapter 2, b: Competition Chapter 2, c: Business Models Chapter 2, d: Technical Due Diligence Chapter 2, e: Financials Chapter 2, f: Closing the Deal Chapter 3: The Decision Chapter 3, a: The Turndown Chapter 3, b: Negotiating Chapter 3, c: Term Sheets Chapter 3, d: Related Video Shorts 0 Upload your video.

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Please try again later. This book is exactly what it promises - a primer on venture capital. It packs a lot of great information into a very short read.

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The maxims and sayings are often part of the text but they are called out in italics separate from the paragraph in which they occur, creating lots of white space and making the book that much more useful and faster to read. There's even an index of the sayings.

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I highly recommend the CD, too, to absorb its lessons via a second pathway. Great book for a quick overview of Venture Capital. I would recommend it to anyone who has an interest in hearing how investors talk about startup investing. I had the hardcopy of "Maxims, Morals, and Metaphors" first and loved it. So I got the audiobook also. It really is a different experience listening, compared to reading.

With the hardcopy, I used to jump around, enjoying the witty phrases used by venture capitalists and entrepreneurs, trying to memorize a few to use and improve my own work and presentations. With the audiobook, however, I found myself sitting through the entire 94 minutes straight.

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Whereas I used the hardcopy more as a reference, picking phrases from a few pages at a time, the audio CD narrative taught me a lot more about what happens end-to-end in Silicon Valley. So I don't think the audiobook replaces the hardcopy, or vice versa, they both complement each other.

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Very pleased, it was simple to understand I have the book and the cd. Great audio cd to listen while driving. More than satisfied, great way to introduce world of venture capitalist!

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One person found this helpful. See all 4 reviews. There's a problem loading this menu right now. Get fast, free shipping with Amazon Prime. Your recently viewed items and featured recommendations. View or edit your browsing history. Get to Know Us. English Choose a language for shopping. In Search of Walter Intro: Deal Flow Chapter 1: Types of Deals Chapter 1, a: Investment Strategy Chapter 1, b: Deal Sourcing Chapter 1, c: Screening Chapter 1, d: Due Diligence Chapter 2: Management Team Chapter 2, a: Market Opportunity Chapter 2, b: Competition Chapter 2, c: Business Models Chapter 2, d: