Best Books for Entrepreneurs that Every Entrepreneur Should Read

Books have always been the best way to learn from other’s life experiences. As it has been said that books are always our best friends. 

So here is the list of top 5 Best Books for Entrepreneurs that Every Entrepreneur Should Read in their life.

  1. Zero to One: Notes on Startups, or How to Build the Future – By Peter Thiel 
    • A well-known and controversial actor like Peter Thiel for something bad as a writer. So much so that some students may praise him, while others may not. The reader does not allow any such material to disqualify them from reading Zero to One. Taken on its own, the book is well-read, well-read. The reader should maintain an open mind and directly examine Tiel’s op. Mental integrity is a challenge, but it can bring rich rewards. The book is likely to challenge the views of anyone, no matter where it may fall into politics. Misleading ideas have a way of doing that. At Zero to One, Peter Thiel touches on his experience at PayPal and Palantir to offer ideas and suggestions for technology launches. Unlocking the power of innovation is a key goal. To achieve this goal, an entrepreneur will need to question common sense, embrace the solidarity and photography value of their new business.
  2. The Third Door – By Alex Banayan
    • Reading about Bill Gates as an 18-year-old, Banayan realized he didn’t want to be a doctor, the life his parents wanted him to have. Instead, he would see how Bill Gates went from being a child like him to one of the richest people in the world. He set out to travel the world, to track down the richest people in the world, and to question them.

      After winning money at The Price is Right, he started from scratch and sought his own interests. The Third Door is a Banayan account that happens next. In this book, you will follow his exciting journey of breaking the code of what is required to achieve the highest level of achievement, according to those who have done so.

  3. Rich Dad Poor Dad – By Robert T. Kiyosaki
    • The broader theme of Rich Dad Poor father is how to spend money as a tool for economic development.

      It destroys the myth that rich people are born rich, explains why your stay is not real property, explains the real difference between property and debt, and much more.

    • Chapters 
      • Introduction: Rich Dad Poor Dad
      • Chapter 1: The Rich Don’t Work for Money
      • Chapter 2: Why Teach Financial Literacy?
      • Chapter 3: Mind Your Own Business
      • Chapter 4: The History of Taxes and the Power of Corporations
      • Chapter 5: The Rich Invent Money
      • Chapter 6: Work to Learn – Don’t Work for Money
  4.  How to Win Friends and Influence People – By Dale Carnegie
    • How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie is a professional self-help organization that reads like a book of life. The basic premise is that you can change the performance of other people by changing your own. It teaches you the principles of a better understanding of people, becoming more lovable, developing relationships, gaining others more, and influencing moral leadership.
  5. Pyjama Profit: The Millennial’s Guide to a Sustainable Freelance Career – By Varun Mayya, Abhinav Chhikara
    • Pajama Profit is an annual guide starting with an independent online self-employment practice while developing the skills they need to succeed. The book discusses the online skills that are in demand and the various ways one can take to become an expert in these fields. The proceeds from college recovery were a bed that allowed writers to re-examine their aspirations more and reach where they are today. Through the process, they have worked with many of their batch partners, colleagues, and friends to help them create the most effective jobs for others.
      The author’s duo decided to clarify their details about what worked for them and how a South African could grow up without being arrested for a full-time job. The authors feel that the book’s timing is complete due to the growing economy and growing aspirations over thousands of years to find the work they love and not just something that pays for them.

 

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Waiting for you forward……………….

 

 

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