The time to read is a crucial but often challenging feat to tackle on every entrepreneur’s to-do list. Why reading books is important for entrepreneurs? You need to learn and grow from it and be a bigger, better entrepreneur in some way because you took the time and made the effort to read. We’ve compiled a list of 5 books that every entrepreneur can read to achieve success in their businesses.
1. The entrepreneur mind by Kevin D. Johnson
n this episode Kevin D Johnson shares his book The Entrepreneur Mind. This book is perfect for the entrepreneur who needs tips on business strategy, finance, marketing, and sales. The Entrepreneur Mind is written in the format compared to a blog and can be read in an easy, non-technical way by using creative stories that entertain and teach at the same time.
2.Business Stripped Bare by Richard Branson
In this book, Sir Richard Branson shares the inside track on his life in business and reveals the incredible truth about his most risky, brilliant and audacious deals.
3. Think and grow rich ( Napolean Hill)
Think and Grow Rich is a 1937 personal development and self-help book by Napoleon Hill. The book was inspired by a suggestion from Scottish-American business magnate and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie.
4. Rich Habits: The Daily Success Habits of Wealthy Individuals’ by Thomas Corley
“Rich Habits” author Thomas Corley spent five years studying the lives of both rich people and poor people, and managed to segment out what he calls “rich habits” and “poverty habits,” meaning the tendencies of those who fit in each group.
His 94-page book outlines these findings and shows how even the simplest of habits, such as regular exercise or calling friends on their birthdays, could increase your chances of attaining wealth.
5. The self made billionaire effect by John Sviokla and Mitch Cohen
The self-made Billionaire Effect analyzes 120 self-made billionaires, with the authors specifically interviewing 16, to determine how creating massive value for others translates into incredible value for themselves. It’s not that the return is their motivation, but there is an emphasis on providing incredible value that seems to tie this group of billionaires together.