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One to Zero: What Capitalism Ignores, and How to Build the Future

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In his book Zero to One: Notes on Startups, or How to Build the Future, Facebook investor Peter Thiel argues that founders should build startups that are so innovative they don’t have competitors. It’s best, as the title indicates, to go from zero (nothing) to one (something original). If you do this, you’ll have a monopoly. And this is good because, according to Thiel…

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Jon Ogden

Jon Ogden

Co-founder of UpliftKids.org, a program that pulls from ancient wisdom and modern science to help parents build values in the home.

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