Books are part of Entertainment Industry. The book industry is guided by same market forces that you see in other media business like supply, demand & virality among others. This result is a range of quality across the content (books) produced, in this case, published. In any given year newly released books are distributed in… Read More »How To Choose Which Book You Should Read Next | Book 3
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To develop long term habits is about setting up systems that support your cause. Systems play an important role in surviving the time and keeping the habits alive. Without systems, all you have are bursts of unacted motivations. You will be caught up in wants of doing it, but never actually getting to do it.… Read More »How Do You Create a System to Increase Your Time Reading? | Books Part 2
Reading as a habit is not about reading emails or news blogs, it is about reading a continuous stretch of 300 pages on a specific topic that is curated and published. The habit of reading is about reading published books. It can be a hardcover, paperback or an e-book. It can be fiction or nonfiction. But it has to be active, conscious and continuous. This post is about making a list of arguments on why…
Cornelius Vanderbilt reduced the cost to travel Andrew Carnegie reduced the price of steel Jeff Bezos reduced the cost to shop everything from soaps to laptops Elon Musk reduced the cost of launching a rocket
Spotify is a music app, Adobe provides apps for creatives to draw and design, Fortnite is a game. These 3 products are completely different when it comes to what service they provide. But they all have same revenue model, Subscription Model. To be precise, Freemium Subscription Model. In a subscription model, the consumer uses a… Read More »Psychological Reason Behind The Success Of Freemium Model | The Startup Project
Facebook has been the Uber of 2018. They had a negative breaking headline every other week, centered around issues of privacy, social engineering, and national security. The reason for this is the decade long dissemination of content without any regulation under the legal construct for a platform. By not acknowledging itself as a media company… Read More »The Obvious Flaw in Recommendation Systems | The Startup Project
Snapchat success came in the era, where any successful social media company would be acquired by Facebook. It not only avoided the acquisition but thrived on its own terms, garnered a significant audience and has become a major participant in the cultural machine. They try to stand by as an innovating company with new ideas,… Read More »Should Snapchat Copy Instagram’s Timeline? | The Startup Project
Moats in general, are viewed as a great defense for a company, protecting it from traditional market competition and enabling it to deliver long-term shareholder value. And Tesla’s supercharger network is considered as a great moat for the company by its investors. But if rapid pace of innovation can beat all kinds of defenses, the question is if there is a moat that can withstand rapid innovation cycles. Well there is one — brand.