“The Amazon shareholder letters are the most important business material anyone could ever read.” — Austen Allerd, Co-founder & CEO, Bloom Institute of Technology
Jeff Bezos's letters to Amazon shareholders are highly recommended by business leaders everywhere around the world.
As Amazon’s founder and CEO, Bezos has personally written these letters each year since its IPO in 1997. In 2021, Bezos stepped down and sent out his final letter as CEO.
In recent years, I’ve spent countless hours reading and re-reading these letters. I’ve learned enormously. And I continuously find myself recommending them to others.
Last year, I shared some of the lessons from these letters in a Twitter thread. And it went viral with over 6M+ impressions. My subsequent tweets and threads on the topic have garnered tens of millions of views.
What if you could read 24 years of Jeff Bezos shareholder letters in 30 minutes?
Yes, to make it easier for everyone to read these letters, I’ve curated a very short book that covers 90% of the lessons in 10% of the original word-count.
The lessons still come directly from Jeff Bezos, in his own words. All I’ve done is filter the lessons from the noise — yearly numbers, repetition, and other irrelevant material — and made edits for clarity. In short, you wouldn’t miss out on anything.
Presenting to you, “The MBA of Jeff Bezos.”
Estimated reading time? 30 minutes
It’s basically a steal for saving you so much time.
P.S: If you would like to check out the original letters, I’ve compiled all of them together in one neat little pdf which you can grab for free.