Publisher: Independently Published, 2021, 161 pages
In 2014, I was 29 years old. I was selling against companies that had been in the QuickBooks integration business for five years or more. Some competitors had millions of dollars in venture capital. Their websites were the equivalent of a five-star hotel. These competitors had large sales and marketing teams that could easily show the value of their solution. The companies had a team of programmers. I had my pyjamas, a corded phone, a cookie-cutter website, and a laptop computer.
An excellent book about what to think about when creating a startup with limited experience. It is not really about SaaS, but more a listings of caveats the author have lived through.
A bit American in outlook, that is why it ranked "just" Very Good.
Still recommended reading for any aspiring entrepreneur out there, that would like to learn how to avoid the usual traps when starting and growing a company.