10 Business Books Every Entrepreneur Should Read

Before I came to entrepreneurial world I read "Entrepreneur: My First Year as an Internet Entrepreneur: From Financial Insecurity to F...

Before I came to entrepreneurial world I read "Entrepreneur: My First Year as an Internet Entrepreneur: From Financial Insecurity to Financial Stability" this book. This one helped me a little. After days and my hardworks now I know more than that time. I love to read, so I made it for many books,

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Below we’ve compiled a list of books that you’ll find particularly helpful if you’re starting a business. If you wants to Start Your Own Business, Sixth Edition: The Only Startup Book You'll Ever Need.

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10 Business Books Every Entrepreneur Should Read
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That said, even if you’re already in business or not planning to get into business anytime soon, these are all excellent reads that will teach you how to do things better, faster, and more efficiently, and they’ve all been handpicked by our team.

This reading list has been created in conjunction with our “How to Start a Business in a Month” guide. While you may not be able to read all 10 books in a month (we’d seriously be impressed), you might pick one that will inspire you and keep you on track. The choice is of course yours!

The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich

Author: Timothy Ferriss

This book will dispel the notion that you can’t have a life and run a business. Tim Ferris will show you exactly how this is done by sharing his own experience and a step-by-step guide for how you can do it too. Tim is great at setting himself challenges that you can join and learn from. I also recommend listening to his podcast if you’re an audio learner.
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The $100 Startup: 
Reinvent the Way You Make a Living, Do What You Love, and Create a New Future

Author: Chris Guillebeau

In this New York Times bestseller, Chris Guillebeau presents case studies of 50 successful businesses that got started on $100 or less. He covers exactly how much money each business required to get started, and what each entrepreneur did in their first weeks and months of business. This is an interesting read if you learn best through the medium of stories.

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The Plan-As-You-Go Business Plan

Author: Tim Berry

The Plan-As-You-Go book provides business owners with quick and easy instructions on writing a business plan that won’t take forever and hold you back from starting. The underlying premise is that you don’t need a boring traditional business plan before you start a business. You need an outline and something you can build on. You need a live plan!

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Think and Grow Rich:

Napoleon Hill, inspired by business legend Andrew Carnegie, spent 20 years of his life studying the lives of some of history's most successful people. The culmination of his research was the in-depth series, The Laws of Success. In 1937, Hill published another book, Think and Grow Rich, founded on the same philosophies of success. This book condensed the wealth of knowledge he's accumulated into 13 principles for successful living.

Shorter and perhaps easier to get through than its multivolume predecessor, Think and Grow Rich is as applicable today as it was when it was first released. The title's principles are founded on Hill's belief in the power of the mind, and his famous quotes, such as, "Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve," have changed the way millions of people view their lives. When read in its entirety and its principles put into action, Think and Grow Rich not only helps people change their views on life, but also the way they behave and, ultimately, their reality.

More than 30 million copies of Think and Grow Rich have been bought by business students, entrepreneurs and goal-setters around the world. When it was re-released in 2004.

Think and Grow Rich is a timeless classic that should be read by everyone interested in improving their lives and reaching their goals.
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The Lean Startup

 How Today’s Entrepreneurs Use Continuous Innovation to Create Radically Successful Businesses
Author: Eric Ries

In this New York Times bestseller, Eric Ries explains how to get started with just your minimum viable product (MVP), to test your business idea and innovate as needed before you invest too much time and money on your first draft of the business plan.
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How to Fly a Horse

The Secret History of Creation, Invention, and Discovery
By Kevin Ashton

I’m a sucker for great storytelling, and “How to Fly a Horse” looks like it will be a fascinating string of stories that demonstrate how innovators make lots of small improvements that lead to big changes.

“Why innovators meet resistance and how they overcome it, why most organizations stifle creative people, and how the most creative organizations work. In a passionate and profound narrative that amazes and inspires, Ashton’s book sheds new light on how ‘new’ comes to be.”

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Stress Less. Achieve More

Simple Ways to Turn Pressure into a Positive Force in Your Life
By Aimee Bernstein

Who isn’t stressed? Rather than adding de-stressing activities to my to do list, I’d like to learn more about channeling that stress into positive results in the moment.

“Who has time for yoga poses amid nonstop meetings and pressing deadlines? Stress reduction becomes one more thing to do!

Executive coach and psychotherapist Aimee Bernstein offers a more effective and realistic approach: embrace the pressure. See it as an energy source. Tap into its flow to accomplish more while feeling calm and centered. It’s a counterintuitive message that frenzied professionals can actually use.”
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Book by Mark Cuban
Mark Cuban shares his wealth of experience and business savvy in his first published book, HOW TO WIN AT THE SPORT OF BUSINESS. "It's New Year's resolution time, and Mark Cuban's new book offers the rationale for a good one." 

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Authors: Jason Fried & David Heinemeer Hansson

A very light, enjoyable read. Full of helpful tips that often go against the grain. “Rework” aims to show you a better, faster way to succeed in business. You can dip in and out of this playbook as you see fit. And, if you want to know what the founders of Basecamp did to make it big, start here!

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Inspired: How to Create Products Customers Love
Author: Marty Cagan

Product management expert Marty Cagan takes an in-depth look at why some products make the leap to greatness while others get left behind or forgotten. Once you understand some of the core principles behind inspiring products and the companies that create them, you will be able to assess your own products better and change your approach if this is necessary.
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The Art of the Start: The Time-Tested, Battle-Hardened Guide for Anyone Starting Anything

Author: Guy Kawasaki

A well-known Apple employee and founder of multiple companies, Guy shares his advice on how to turn an idea into a reality. This book will guide you through all the stages of starting a business—something that is more akin to art than science. From raising money and hiring the right team right through branding and managing, this informative and easy-to-read guide will set you on the path to marketing excellence.

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