9 Must-Read Business Books For Entrepreneurs

It’s no secret that business is booming. Everywhere you look, there are entrepreneurs and start-ups looking to make their mark on the world.

The question is: how can you get your own company off the ground? The answer might be simpler than you think–in fact, all it takes is a good book or two! This article will introduce 9 of the best books for entrepreneurs and new businesses. Whether you’re looking to grow your stream of revenue or find some inspiration, these books have got it all covered.

They’ll give you everything from advice on establishing a solid foundation with sound financial principles to finding success in today’s competitive landscape by mastering customer service skills. And don’t forget about those who are just starting out–with this list, they’ll be able to find the perfect book for them too.

So if you’re looking to move your career forward, look no further than these 9 must-read books. They just might provide some inspiration or insight that can take you all the way!

1) Crush It!

Crush It!

Gary Vaynerchuk is known for being a bit of a wildcard when it comes to business. But he’s no fool–he’s made hundreds of millions from his marketing agency and in “Crush It” he details how any business can follow in his footsteps.

In this book, he outlines techniques to enhance your online presence, get more followers on social media and start practising “the art of the hustle.” He also offers practical advice on putting together a killer website and maximizing your revenue.

If you want to make money online–not just with ads, but from the organic power of social media–then you can’t go wrong with this book.

2) The 4-Hour Work Week

The 4-Hour Work Week

If you’re looking for a life-altering book that promises to change the way you live, then “The 4-Hour Work Week” is what you need to read.

This bestseller by Tim Ferriss has become a cult classic in the online community–it’s become something of modern-day equivalent to self-help books by the likes of Napoleon Hill.

Ferriss makes the case that you can have it all–the big house, exotic trips abroad and so much more–by learning how to apply some key concepts in this book to your business. You’ll learn how to break free from your 9-5 job so you’re not stuck at a desk for 40 hours a week and discover how to outsource your work without worrying that you’re losing valuable skills.

Tim Ferriss focuses on the power of building a creative business and creating the life you want to live through the power of outsourcing and online hustle.

3) The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

If you’re looking for how to be more effective, then you can’t go wrong with “The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People.” This classic by Stephen Covey has been called the “granddaddy” of all self-help books and was even mentioned in a commencement speech by Bill Gates.

Covey’s book is designed to show you how to become more effective in all aspects of your life. Whether it’s at work, in personal relationships or just figuring out how to get everything done every day, this book has the answers. It might be over 20 years old but its principles are still relevant today–in fact, Covey’s teachings are so powerful they’ve even been applied to video games.

In the book, Cove covers the importance of people skills because at the end of the day businesses are just a collection of people. If becoming more productive is your main goal, then look no further than this classic read.

4) Rich Dad, Poor Dad

Rich Dad Poor Dad

Again this book may not be new in the world of business literature but it’s certainly one of the most powerful.

This bestseller by Robert T. Kiyosaki tells you how to get out of the rat race through owning your own business, building up passive income and understanding that investing sometimes means destroying what others believe is valuable.

Entrepreneurs will learn that it’s more than just about the money–it’s also about keeping their businesses afloat and how to find alternative ways to succeed through education of the differences between good and bad debt.

5) Zero to One

Zero To One

“Zero to One” is a new book released in 2014 by PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel.

The basic premise of this book has already been turned into an article written for “Harvard Business Review.” In it, Thiel argues that the key to success is not competing but instead finding something nobody else is doing and then expanding on it. He also argues that the biggest ideas come from creating something completely new, not from incremental improvements of an existing idea.

In “Zero to One,” Thiel explains how you can get ahead of your competitors and use the power of a unique idea to create a business empire. Peter Thiel also covers the importance of maintaining a competitive advantage and how to create a business model that will make you successful in the long run. If you are in a competitive industry this book will be perfect for you!

6) Shoe Dog

Shoe Dog

“Shoe Dog” is a memoir written by Phil Knight, the founder of Nike. This inspiring read tells the story of how one man built the world-famous shoe company from scratch without any professional experience to his name. The story follows through everything that happened in Knight’s life–from dropping out of college to meeting Bill Bowerman and getting the idea that eventually became Nike.

Phil Knight has shown the true benefit of focusing and building a brand!  He was a true hustler and used his connections to go from a part-time marketer to creating the largest athletic shoe company in the world.

“Shoe Dog” is an inspiring story of entrepreneurship, determination and passion that will push you to take your business idea as far as it can possibly go.

7) The Subtle Art Of Not Giving A F*ck

The Subtle Art of Not Giving A F*ck

This book is all about taking your life to the next level and refusing to settle for anything less than you deserve.

Mark Manson shows readers how they can stop chasing success and start living a more meaningful life by focusing on what’s important–without spending their lives achieving goals that don’t actually matter.

Manson argues that sometimes it’s better to be yourself than it is to follow what society expects of you. He argues that people care too much about how others perceive them and says that being consistent will give you more happiness in life, not constantly chasing the next big goal.

8) Steve Jobs

Steve Jobs

This bestseller by Walter Isaacson goes into detail about the life of Steve Jobs–from his rise to fame at Apple to his fall in later years.

The book also dives into great detail about how Steve Jobs built one of the biggest companies that the world has ever known, including ways he overcame adversity and how he became one of the most influential people in modern history.

Jobs was a true visionary who believed that technology should be something that helps us create art–not just something that makes life more convenient. This book shows that it isn’t just about the money–it’s also about creative thinking to change the way humanity lives, works and plays.

Steve Jobs influencer on Apple will live on forever and this book will motivate any entrepreneur to follow their passion!

9) Business Zero To Superhero

Business Zero To Superhero

If you’re looking for a refreshingly honest book that deals with the ugly pitfalls of entrepreneurship, then this one is for you.

The author, Graham Jules LL.B (Hons) is a Business Law graduate and British entrepreneur. His legal experience helped him win a trade mark dispute for this very book against major entertainment company Marvel and DC Comics Entertainment Inc. The company opposed the book title BUSINESS ZERO TO SUPERHERO, due to their trade mark SUPERHEROES. Following a three-year battle, Graham’s subsequent victory was reported in the national media and news, including the BBC and Sky.

Graham’s story proves that following his methods can aid success in business even against seemingly impossible odds. David can win over Goliath.

Final Thoughts

We hope you’ve found this list of 9 must-read business books for entrepreneurs helpful. Each book provides a unique perspective and approach to starting, running, and growing your own business. A little reading can go a long way in helping you become the successful entrepreneur you always dreamed of being. What was your favourite book from this list?

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