As an entrepreneur, you need to continue learning and expanding your knowledge. What was applicable this year is most likely would have changed and upgraded. To develop your business, you need to grow and improve your knowledge first as an entrepreneur.
What better way to develop your knowledge order than reading books. Books help you by giving real-life advice to tackle challenges throughout your entrepreneurial journey.
I have put together three books for you to help with personal and professional life.
1. The Entrepreneur Mind by Kevin D. Johnson: This book entails 100 essential beliefs, Characteristics, and Habits of Elite Entrepreneurs is written by the founder of a multimillion-dollar company, Johnson Media Inc.
This book is essential and is a must-read for entrepreneurs who want to attain success in business. This is because it gives practical advice and it highlights the importance of developing how you think. This book teaches you 100 lessons in strategy, people, finance, marketing, and leadership, together with the experiences of the author.
2. Who Moved My Cheese? by Spencer Johnson: This is another amazing book on entrepreneurship. This book helps you to deal with the change in your work and in your life. The book contains 4 characters who live in a maze and are looking for cheese. Cheese is a metaphor for your wants in life, such as a good job, a loving relationship, money or possessions, health, and peace of mind. The challenge in looking for the cheese is that it keeps on moving and changing. With the character’s journey of looking for the cheese, lessons are to be discovered. This book is so important, especially now that our world is always changing.
3. Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki and Sharon Lechter: The book is about Robert’s dad, who is the “poor dad”, and the father of his best friend, the “rich dad”. This book helps your financial education; the stories about these 2 fathers teach lessons about money and investing. Reading this book, you will find out harsh truths about wealth, such as how you don’t need to get a diploma, have a secure job and many more. This book will open your eyes to reality, which can help you have an open mind when building your business.
4. Rework by Jason Fried & David Hansson: If you’re tired of the typical and old business advice, such as those step-to-step guides, writing a business plan, and many other things, then this book is for you. This book teaches you how you shouldn’t waste your time talking, instead, you should just start working. It lets you realize how the easy approach is better when doing business. After reading this book, you will be more productive and be able to do great things fast.