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5 Books for Better Business Insights

Wednesday, September 27, 2017

Reading is an important aspect for the lives and especially critical for people in the business world. Key financial icons such as Bill Gates, Warren Buffet or even Elon Musk are amongst the many CEOs who advocate this notable trait. Generating ideas and giving input to the thought process for decision making of a business is advocated through reading and learning from other professionals.

It is believed that the books you read will affect your decision making in the future. Hence books that you pick up should be meaningful and worthwhile spending time on it. Here are 5 recommended business books you should read.

1. Business Adventure: Twelve Classic Tales from the World of Wall Street

Highly recommended for those of you who are exploring the realm of business. This intellectual read comes with a reputation of being one of the favorites’ of Warren Buffet and Bill Gates. A series ‘adventure’ of tales that are not only factual content of business but also about people in the business world who pushes beyond boundaries. 


2. Purple Cow: Transform Your Business by Being Remarkable

Seth Godin's business book teaches how to create a business differently from others. Purple Cow is exploring how a unique and exceptional product helps with branding and marketing. He puts it simply in a way that you don't build product and market; you build a product for marketing. The book is an eye opener takeaway for beginner entrepreneurs or corporate alike. Differentiation and innovation are the key ideas to a successful business. 


3. The Start-Up of You

Writers, Reid Hoffman and Ben Casnocha dives into sharing how to use your social networks to your advantage by using simple concepts but also highly innovative and taking great lessons that you can apply with action plans. Most importantly, it highlights the importance in this ever-changing world is to utilize networking and how on different stages of your life, you may require to use your network. 


4. The Founder's Dilemmas: Anticipating and Avoiding the Pitfalls That Can Sink a Start-up

Noam Wasserman, a Harvard Business School professor, wrote this book based on his in-depth research. This book shares the experiences of the founders of companies from various industries. The Founder's Dilemmas is the first book to examine the early decisions by entrepreneurs that can make or break a startup and its team. Often with the dilemmas crisis put in hand, short-term decisions have a negative toll in the long run. Drawing on a decade of research, Noam Wasserman reveals the common pitfalls founders face and how to avoid them.


5. Think And Grow Rich

This one-of-a-kind business book written by Napoleon Hill, states that being rich begins with your mindset. The fundamental concept behind this book is that one's external concrete circumstances are nothing more than a reflection of one's inner world and dominating thoughts. Ultimately, you will not conquer the world until you conquer your own thoughts. It has everything to do with investing in yourself and training your mind.

After reading the 5-selected business book recommendations, you will become more analytical in making effective business choices in this highly fast paced changing era. The world of business is very different than it was 10 years ago and will continue to evolve overtime. Remember to continuously improve yourselves by learning new things, adapt to changes, and seize opportunities.

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