16 Apr 10 books every entrepreneur must read
In this hour of recession and more creative minds, many people are deciding to become entrepreneurs. They are choosing this option, because they get authority over the decisions and they can fulfil their dreams. We all know various entrepreneurs like Thomas Edison, Walt Disney, Bill Gates, Steve Jobs and Levi Strauss.
There are many attributes of a successful entrepreneur, but most have them have a quality of reading a lot. Warren Buffett, once admitted that he devotes about 80%of his day to reading, Bill Gates tries to complete a book, every week. Mark Zuckerberg strives a book in two weeks and even shares share it in his online book club. Oprah Winfrey is known for selecting one of her favourite books every month for her Book Club. Similarly, there are many entrepreneurs who can astonish you with their book collection.
These are the books recommended for budding entrepreneurs:
- Think and Grow Rich, written by Napoleon Hill:
This book is one of the first “self-help” books. The writer published this book during the Great Depression, but it has been one of the best-selling books of all times. According to reports, Napoleon Hill had to interview more than five hundred successful men for completing this book. This book contains their experience, and a six-step guide to apply those principles in life.
- How to Win Friends and Influence People, written by Dale Carnegie:Famous people often say that to succeed in business, you must know how to deal with people. The main goal of the writer was to give new thoughts, new visions and ambitions to the readers. This book covers how to deal with people and become a leader.
- Rich Dad, Poor Dad, written by Robert Kiyosaki:
This book provides well-structured fundamental financial tips for entrepreneurs. The writer explains all the concepts in a visual manner. There is a proper use of diagrams to give more detail and proof about the theory. This book is said to be a smart guide for making money.
- Explosive Growth, written by Cliff Learner:
Cliff Learner is the founder of the SNAP app. This online app crossed more than a million users in no time. The writer tries very well to teach marketing, expansion to entrepreneurs, or start-up founders.
- Rich Woman, written by Kim Kiyosaki=:
This book busts the myth that men are better at investing. This is a quick read book. It has been written targeting women, that, how they can take in charge of their financial life.
- The Millionaire Fastlane, written by Steve Buscemi:
The writer mainly focuses on financial plans. It targets the audience who wants to live in the moment. According to the book, there is no fun of working hard for something, only to be able to enjoy in wheel-chair.
- The End of Jobs, written by Taylor Pearson:
This book stresses on becoming an entrepreneur now. The writer researched and interviewed for three years for writing this book. It is a crux of the experiences and interviews of Pearson.
- The Power of Broke, written by Daymond John:
This book has the experiences of a broke situation. The author motivates the reader to rise from a tight budget. The story is exciting, exhilarating and a suitable catalyst for success.
- Zero to One, written by Peter Thiel:
This eye-opening book contains notes on start-ups and building future. There is a touch on the correct mind frame required for creating a thriving business. There is the inclusion of specific questions that are necessary to analyze before starting a business.
- Financial Intelligence, written by Karen Berman:
Many companies expect that their employees use the financial data to run their respective departments. With this ongoing demand, it has become vital for managers to understand accounting and finance.