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Reading about the journey of entrepreneurs who’ve achieved success in their own right, can be helpful to inspire other new entrepreneurs. It also helps new entrepreneurs to learn from them and to avoid some common mistakes in business. Like what L. R Adams said, “ Authors .. like Robert Cialdini don’t teach you how to build a company, but will teach you the precursors for inking partnerships and landing contracts and closing sales by understanding the psychology and underlying power of persuasion. Og Mandino won’t show you how to incorporate your business, but he will teach you the underlying tenets that are crucial for the entrepreneur to attain success at the highest level.” Here are four of the best books for entrepreneurs to own.

  • “The Power of Broke “by Daymond John.

Daymond John in his book talked about how he started his business and builded his own fashion label from home. He started as a “broke” and end up as one of the greatest entrepreneur in the world. He drew his experience as an entrepreneur and stories of other entrepreneurs who have reached their way to wealth.

  • “Start” by Jon Acuff.

Jon Acuff gave many advices to entrepreneurs who want to start their business. He explained that the path of success is very challenging but it can be reached. Acuff emphasized on that knowing yourself and your abilities will lead you achieve your dreams. In short, the book showed practical and actionable insights to be successful.

  • “Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World” by Cal Newport.

Master a skill will lead to achieve extraordinary results but it’s impossible to master a skill in a distracted world. This book introduced many methods to strengthen your concentration.

  • “The End of Jobs: Money, Meaning and Freedom Without the 9-to-5” by Taylor Pearson.

This book showed that entrepreneurs are celebrating the end of “9-to-5” jobs. The development of globalization and technology are the main reasons in the accumulation of wealth and freedom. Like what Sujan Patel said, “This eye-opening book will give reluctant entrepreneurs the nudge they need, with sobering statistics on why the century-long growth in wages stopped in 2000, and why MBAs and JDs can’t land jobs, let alone pay off their significant debt.”
 
 
 
Sources:
https://www.entrepreneur.com/slideshow/305296
https://www.entrepreneur.com/slideshow/305296

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