10 Best Books Every Entrepreneur Should Read

Being an entrepreneur is the tough job because they need to deal with every kind of situation. While implementing their business ideas, they need to enhance their adaptability in the critical situation, they need an active reading list. A book can change someone’s mind completely because the valuable content it provides can’t be replaced by podcast and videos. We have listed some books that will give you essential knowledge about being an aspiring entrepreneur. Let’s have a look at the list of top books:

How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie

This book definitely changes your perception towards people around you & how you see & judge other. What is described in this book are not revolutionary techniques. Although, the advice that this gives is more valuable than a college education on business.

Last update was on: March 23, 2019 11:38 pm

The Psychology of Selling by Brian Tracy

Sales is a crucial skill not just for the sales man, but for entrepreneurs and life as well. This book makes bold promises to blow the lid off the secrets of successful salespeople. Although this book was published in 1988, it still has a lot of gems that are beneficial now.

Last update was on: March 23, 2019 11:38 pm

Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

Think and Grow Rich is a study of what makes an entrepreneur successful in all aspects of life. Napoleon Hill iterates the 13 principles he learned and how to practice them. His 13 principles are Desire, Faith, Auto-Suggestion, Specialized knowledge, Imagination, Organized Planning, Decision, Persistence, Power of the Master Mind, The Mystery of Sex Transmutation, The Subconscious Mind, The Brain, and the Sixth Sense.

Last update was on: March 23, 2019 11:38 pm

The 4-Hour Workweek by Timothy Ferriss

Most of us have the idea that we are supposed to do until we are 60, then retire and expect for the happy life. Timothy does a great job pointing out how backward that idea is, and changes your perception. He calls those who have done so the “New Rich”, as they are rich in life – which is not related to being rich in money. Tim makes reference to the 80/20 rule, which states 80% of your results come from 20% of your efforts, and applies to efficacy in many areas of life.

Last update was on: March 23, 2019 11:38 pm

The Lean Startup by Eric Ries

The Lean Startup model focuses on creating a minimum viable product and receiving customer feedback along the way to improve the product. Its methodology is a way to ensure the final product is as optimized as possible. A successful startup does not just flourish because of a brilliant idea. Success in a condition of uncertainty requires managing human resources through all the challenges of innovation and growth.

Last update was on: March 23, 2019 11:38 pm

All In by Bill Green

Bill Green is inspiring and a visionary. A great read – from a start-up corner hardware store to building a billion dollar empire. Bill is clearly a strategic leader with a knack for identifying and capitalizing on opportunities. This book gives great insight into what it’s like to take a business from the ground up.

Last update was on: March 23, 2019 11:38 pm

Winning Through Intimidation by Robert Ringer

This book is about the theory of intimidation, and you can learn about the dynamics of business negotiations. Robert talks about 3 different types of business people, who in one way or another try to screw you over when it is time to pay you. He shows what tools and techniques to use, so you can get paid “impossible amounts” and don’t get screwed out of your well-deserved money by these 3 types.

Last update was on: March 23, 2019 11:38 pm

Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman

This book helps you to understand human behavior and even our own behavior.The basic thesis of the book is simple. in judging the world around us, we use two mental systems: Fast and Slow. The Fast system is mostly unconscious and makes snap judgments based on our past experiences and emotions. The second one is rational, conscious and slow. They work together to provide us a view of the world around us.

Last update was on: March 23, 2019 11:38 pm

Founders at Work by Jessica Livingston

This is a wonderful set of interviews with company founders & co-founders. Kudos to the author for asking good questions and kudos to the interviewees for their candid, fascinating, detailed answers. The interviews also provide a lot of insights into technology and market trends during the time that their companies were starting up.

Last update was on: March 23, 2019 11:38 pm

The Entrepreneur Mind by Kevin D. Johnson

This book is filled with lessons on what it takes to be a successful entrepreneur. It reveals the perceptions of an entrepreneur. Before pursuing a life as an entrepreneur you need to first think like startup founders. You need to understand what habits they practice, what morals they follow, and what systems they use.

Last update was on: March 23, 2019 11:38 pm

If you have any feedback about listed best book for beginner entrepreneur then please share your thoughts in comments. If you want to suggest your favorite book, then also please share your recommendations.

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