You Only Have to Be Right Once: Summary Review

This is a summary review of You Only Have to Be Right Once containing key details about the book.

What is You Only Have to Be Right Once About?

You Only Have to Be Right Once is the definitive collection of things we can learn from game changers and what their next moves spell for the future of business. With unique insider access to the world’s most influential and wealthy entrepreneurs, Forbes has dug in to find what these super-entrepreneurs say about their own success. This book is the first comprehensive look at who these instant tech billionaires are and how they achieved their quick wins. With sixteen illuminating pieces, we get behind-the-scenes examinations of the founders of Spotify, Airbnb, Tumblr, Twitter, and more.

Who is the author of You Only Have to Be Right Once?

Randall Lane is an American journalist and author who is the chief content officer and editor of Forbes magazine. In 2011, Lane created the Forbes 30 Under 30 list. Lane is a former editor-at-large for both Newsweek and The Daily Beast.

How long is You Only Have to Be Right Once?

  • Print length: 224 pages

What genre is You Only Have to Be Right Once?

Business, Nonfiction, Technology

What are the chapters in You Only Have to Be Right Once?

Chapter 1: Sean Parker, Facebook: Master of Disruption
Chapter 2: Drew Houston, Dropbox: No More Hot Pockets
Chapter 3: Elon Musk, Tesla Motors and SpaceX: Inside the Mind of Iron Man
Chapter 4: Kevin Systrom, Instagram: No Revenues? No Revenue Model? No Problem!
Chapter 5: Daniel Ek, Spotify: Hacking the Music Industry
Chapter 6: Aaron Levie, Box: The Man Who Would Be Gates
Chapter 7: Jack Dorsey, Twitter, Square: Jack of All Trades
Chapter 8: David Karp, Tumblr: The $1 Billion Art Project
Chapter 9: Nick Woodman, Go Pro; Chasing the Thrillionaire
Chapter 10: Brian Chesky, Airbnb: The Sharing Economy's Broker
Chapter 11: Alex Karp, Palantir: Meet Big Brother
Chapter 12: Pejman Nozad, Angel Investor: Silicon Valley's Cinderella
Chapter 13: Evan Spiegel, Snapchat: The $3 Billion Bet
Chapter 14: Palmer Luckey, Oculus VR: Virtual Reality, Tangible Fortune
Chapter 15: Adi Tatarko, Houzz: Breaking into the Boy's Club
Chapter 16: Jan Koum, Whatsapp: The Face of the American Dream

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