I’m sure you guys would love to know, which books I have read and would recommend to you, if you consider starting a business.
So, I figure I compile a small list of the books I just loved and mostly, I thought were actually helpful.
I hope these books will be of assistance to you as well.
It’s one of my favorite books. His writing style is honest and refreshing. Plus all the anecdotes make the book very entertaining.
If you already have a business, but need some advice on how to move your business to the next step, then that’s a great place to start.
If you think about starting a subscription service of any kind, I highly encourage you to read this book. It looks at all the necessary metrics and how to go about starting up.
Quite a long read and a lot of very detailed and specific information is included. It might not work for you, because everybody has to take a different path, but it certainly is very extensive.
Very specific, but generally good advice. If your idea is somewhere in there to be found, you might get some great tips on how to get your venture off the ground.
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It’s not really a step by step guide, but it will give you an idea of where you might want to start.
It’s hard work to be a capitalist. That’s basically, what the author is telling me. But if you think about real estate and try to do something out of the box, maybe this book might give you a starting point.
As a compilation of ideas as to where to start a quite good guide. But beware of the fact that what everybody else is doing will not pay off that well as something that mostly no one dares to execute.
It’s almost a classic in the scene, but it was bit generic for my taste. It’s a good start for you, if you are still at the very beginning of your journey though.
It’s from the same author as Profit First and it still shows how the first book works, but it’s an extension on how to proceed when you are in another place in your business career.
Not really a business book. It reads like a thriller. I was not able put this book down and shows a little how a start-up, that has a good plan and starts off perfectly, can end in a disaster, if the people involved are not ethical.
It’s kind of the sequel to The Millionaire Fastlane. It reads exactly like the first one, but goes deeper into why we guys choose to do our own thing instead of getting our hands dirty for someone else.
If you plan on being the next Facebook, Apple, or Google, then this book will certainly show you how to think and what you can anticipate. Like with every book, you still have to put in the work and nothing will happen exactly the same way twice, but if you plan on dominating any market, it’s a very helpful book.
More anecdotal than anything else, but it still shows you good business practices and an insight into one of the most successful and probably famous business person ever.
It’s not really a business book, but more of a how to become a millionaire. But since most of us probably want to be rich by being an entrepreneur, I thought it it would helpful. I definitely liked the ideas behind it and it shows that being successful starts with yourself.
I hope you’ll find some guidance in any of the above books like I did and let me know what your thoughts about these books are.
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