You are what you think and you think what you read. You gain knowledge from the outside world, but you develop ways of thinking to come with a solution from reading books. Especially, when you are one of the rising entrepreneurs, you look for solutions – something that can help you to progress smartly and beneficially.

When a person decides to grow his business, he/she reads everything possible because he or she is advised to do so. But what all of the rising entrepreneurs should remember is that one should choose the food that they want to feed their mind with. A rising entrepreneur should take in the right knowledge. But now, how to decide what to read in this phase? Here we are to help you.

An entrepreneur’s success is defined by his actions. An entrepreneur’s action is defined by books he or she reads. So, here are the five best books for a rising entrepreneur.

1. Think & Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill - Entrepreneurs

Rating: 4.4/5

Think & Grow Rich is one of the best books you will ever read. This book talks about the philosophical way to accumulate money. It is a very realistic book with true-life illustrations. It portrays timeless information, excellent advice and great words of wisdom. This book is about getting what you want.

Most of the entrepreneurs are looking for a book which can tell them exact ways and turns to make money in a particular business. This book will not tell you exact ways, it will help you to develop thinking to make things work irrespective of the type of business you are into.

Why You Should Read This Book

  1. It talks about 13 basic principles to become rich.
  2. It talks about the instincts of the rich and successful people, determined to have it all.
  3. Now, of course, every book tells you how to improve, but this book draws out 31 reasons for failure.

2. Rework by Jason Fried

Rework by Jasonn 

Rating: 4/5

To read this book, you actually need to forget what you’ve read till now. This book teaches about the faster, better and smarter way to succeed in your business. This book will teach you how to be more productive. How to convert your talking into actions.

The author has used an easy approach to convey the message. If you’ve ever dreamt of making it all work on your own, this is the book.

Why You Should Read This Book

  1. It will teach you why to forget the exit strategy and why you need a commitment strategy.
  2. You will learn whether the focus on yourself is important or on your competitors.
  3. If you’ve internet-based business or you want to bring change in your traditional business, this book is for you.

3. The Magic of Thinking Big by David J. Schwartz

 The Magic of Thinking Big Book

Rating: 4.8/5

Oh My God! This book is wonderful.

Do not die before reading this book. Remember how they always say that there are very few people who have used their brain to the greatest extent. Well, you can be one of those people. This book will teach you how to think. If you read The Power of Your Subconscious Mind by Joseph Murphy & The Law of Success by Napoleon Hill, this book can be more effective because then it will all make sense.

Why You Should Read This Book

  1. It will tell you that it’s you who holds the power of achieving anything and also how to use that power.
  2. You will find many helpful real-life stories.
  3. If you’re stuck with some kind of addiction and you want to recover from it, this book will help you.

4. Setting the Table by Danny Meyer

Setting the Table: The Transforming Power of hospitality in business 

Rating: 4.1/5

This story is about a guy who started his own restaurant when he was 27 and now, he owns the empire. Whether you are a manager or an executive, you will learn to be more productive when you’ll read this book. It gives you an insight into the business world.

Why You Should Read This Book

  1. The author talks about how the happiness of employees matters more than that of investors.
  2. The real-life story makes the book much more relatable and interesting.
  3. If you’re a restaurant owner and things are not working out the way you planned, read this book.

5. The Lean Startup by Eric Ries

The Lean Startup 

This book doesn’t elaborate on big business plans but gives a way to test your vision continuously and adjust your plans accordingly. The author gives a systematic and scientific approach to developing and managing a successful startup.

Young entrepreneurs should spend an awful lot of time thinking about whatt they want to go into.

John Kluge

Why You Should Read This Book

  1. This book teaches principles and tools to grow your company.
  2. It teaches you why a startup product needs to be something new and innovative.
  3. You will learn how to stick with your plan, keeping the budget in mind.

If you are still thinking about why you should invest in these books? Like yes, you can get a chair for your cabin of that same amount. Then always remember

Cut back on your rent or cut back on what you spend on food but never worry about investing money in a good book

Robin S. Sharma

One trait successful entrepreneurs have in common is they don’t quit. They face challenges and persevere.

Evan Carmichael

Dear Entrepreneurs,

You can start a thousand businesses, launch 100 projects and take dozens of companies public, but you only have one shot at being part of your kid’s childhood.

Jon Acuff
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