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Business Owners And Entrepreneurs Should Read These Nine Books


Are you an entrepreneur? You are aware of the challenges you face in achieving success. A thriving business depends on you making smart decisions every day. Listed below are 9 must-read books for businesses and entrepreneurs, which I believe will make us laugh, smile, and be excited about life while helping us succeeds in our careers. There is a must-read book for entrepreneurs, regardless of their business.


1. The Little Red Book of Selling: by Jeffrey Gitomer


Usually, salespeople come to mind as people who sell sleazy used cars, prey on innocent victims, or push their clients into taking out spammy loans. This is one of the best books for entrepreneurs because it is quick and enjoyable to read. It will change the way you think about salespeople and how they work.


2. The Magic of Thinking Big: by David J. Schwartz


When you don't dream big, your dreams and desires won't amount to much. Anxiety fears and a long list of other obstacles keep us from achieving our goals. But the truth is, they aren't as bad as we think. It is possible to succeed if we pursue our dreams.


3. The Art of War: by Sun Tzu


Use this timeless piece of advice to exploit your enemies' weaknesses. Despite the book's focus on war, the lessons it teaches apply to business as well, albeit more subtly.


4. Rework by Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson


With rework, you can do less but do it better and faster. We do not choose our work - it is busy work that does not guide us in the right direction. Identify which employees within your company have the expertise you need, and utilize them accordingly. Business owners would benefit from reading this book, but not everyone will enjoy it.


5. The $100 Startup: by Chris Guillebeau


It is a simple, written guide to starting your own business. A challenge for you to take on, not a get-rich-quick scheme. There is nothing wrong with having big corporations or a lot of money, what matters is that you begin taking control of your life. A willingness to try is all you need, not permission or approval.

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6. The Lean Startup: by Eric Ries


Lean Startup teaches you how to build a successful company by showing you how to make things. The value of what we offer to our customers and employees can change when we gain more knowledge of what's truly valuable. You can also learn the latest techniques in developing products from this excellent resource.


7. The Power Of Habit: by Charles Duhigg


It explains why habits exist and how we can break them. We do not think about what to do when we are in a given situation; we act instinctively based on our habits. Even though you cannot control how your brain acts, you can control how you respond to it.


8. The Art of the Start: by Guy Kawasaki


It's a great book for business owners and entrepreneurs that teach you how to start and grow a company. The writing style makes it easy to understand what's going on. The guide draws from the experiences of successful entrepreneurs who have been through the start-up process. Any aspiring entrepreneur should read it.


9.  The Accidental Creative: Solve Problems, Work Smarter and Live Your Best Life: by Todd Henry


This book will help you work smarter, not harder. Even though this is an author's perspective, you can apply it to any type of writing. In short, it helps you become aware of what distracts you from getting your work done. Additionally, it provides insight into how to handle distractions when they occur.,