Reading is a habit that is very difficult to cultivate, yet this habit can churn one into a successful human being. The most successful people from Bill Gates to Mark Zuckerberg are avid readers, which shows us where we are going wrong. So to help all the young entrepreneurs out there, we have filtered some really amazing books that you should definitely give a try.
The 4 – hour workweek by Timothy Ferriss
You cannot just read this and not get fired up and ready for action. The latest edition of this ground breaker has even more tools and up-to-date content to help you create and automate an income-generator, leaving you free to pursue your passions. Ferriss blows old assumptions about business wide open, from the basics to the more intricate.
All in by Bill Green
This is the sort of read that makes you realize that even the world’s most successful entrepreneurs once started as paperboys and door-to-door salesmen — and Green is no exception. This book shows the true value of 100% committing to a venture, and the level of persistence and dedication it takes to become successful.
Unshakeable by Tony Robbins
For any aspiring entrepreneur looking to learn more about managing the financial aspect of their life (both personally and professionally) or even a seasoned veteran hoping to continue honing their skills, this is a must-read.
Finding your way in a wild new world by Martha Beck
Although not directly business-related, Oprah’s life coach, Martha Beck, provides some crazy-challenging personal inquiry in her latest book that will speak directly to your inner entrepreneur. If you approach this with the idea, you’re going to get rather serious rather quickly about what you would actually like to do to make money.
Grit by Angela Duckworth
What is the one quality that separates the talented from the successful? According to Duckworth, that quality is called “grit,” something every entrepreneurial spirit should possess. Anyone striving to succeed, no matter if you’re a parent, student, educator, athlete, or businessperson, should focus less on talent. Instead, take on a “gritty” blend of passion and persistence. Consider this your wake-up call to hit the pavement running.
These are reviews from people who has been so inspired by these books. These reviews will definitely help the young entrepreneurs especially for those looking for a bit of motivation to go ahead and rock it.