Buddha to Bezos is a study of greatest creators througout history, and their thinking process. It explores the underlying reasons of why some makers win over people repeatedly.This book covers the entire process of product creation - from discovering a problem worth solving to prioritising what to build. At each step, you will come across examples cutting through ages - from The Buddha to Jeff Bezos, for Rene Descartes to Paul Graham and from Christopher Columbus to Ryan Hoover.In covering such an expansinve time-span, I have endeavored to extract only the pricniples that are timeless, and can easily be learned and applied by anyone.--------------------------------Praises from Makers“Loved the book. It stripped the builder’s problem down to its bones." -- Rahul Mishra, Fibotalk.com“The wittiest and most comprehensive book on Product, ever" -- Sid Narayanan, CEO, Kleargroup.com"I became Naval after I read this book :). Jokes apart, it covers everything about product creation from tons of sources.” -- Madhu GB, Entrepreneur, Hacker"Recommended for anyone thinking of building a product" -- Avinash Raghav, SaaSBOOMi--------------------------------�� What's SpecialThe book covers product creation lessons from The Buddha, Jeff Bezos, Christopher Columbus, Sherlock Holmes, Rene Descartes, and more.It also covers the journeys of some of the recent great products like Segment, ProductHunt (��), Google, Facebook, Youtube, and Evernote.We also touch upon the popular frameworks and books like Hooked, Jobs to be Done, Innovator's Dilemma, BJ Figg Model, and many more.My effort is that this is the most comprehensive book on product creation (or new product management) ever. It covers the gist of over 7 books, 35 blogs (or videos or tweetstorms), and the ideas of 18+ thinkers.