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A template for thought leaders, startups, or anyone to compile and share a list of their favorite resources with others.

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Alan Kay, in this talk, shares some interesting techniques for teaching kids by using computers to illustrate experience in ways (mathematically and scientifically) that only computers can.
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Reading up on the history of a large company, like Microsoft, can help us think about how we ought to view our leadership style and our company vision.
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Our team thinks of this as the bible for bringing cutting-edge products to larger markets.
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We consider this the “bible” of payments—a textbook overview of how wires, ACH, checks, and credit cards work and the pros and cons of each. In fact, we love this book so much we’re trying to get the author join us for a coffee break one of these days.
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This book is a great reminder of how ordinary people can build solid livings—a mindset we want to embody as a team.
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This book attempts to uncover our hidden, unconscious motives and drives as human beings. Because our individual motives and drives ultimately affect how we work, we think this book is a great place to start when thinking about how we can help one another grow and succeed.
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We think this convo between Mike Maples Jr’s and Geoffrey Moore helps us as founding team members come up with a list of core principles, as well as a list of critical mistakes to avoid.
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