The dream of 'starting a new business of my own' drives us, the crazy people with an entrepreneurial itch to do something in our life. But before that, let me tell you that it's not the struggle of a day that can make you an entrepreneur of your dream. Nowadays, a large number of young people are getting involved with this entrepreneurial itch, seeking answers to their questions regarding the business world.
So, now, I'm going to suggest a few books which are helping to shape the industry from the beginning and still doing the same without losing significance over time. As an aspiring entrepreneur, it's depending upon your urge to obtain knowledge from these books. Otherwise, sorry, you're doing misdeeds with yourself.
1. Think And Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
Undoubtedly, it is one of those bestsellers written on business. Hill discussed business lessons gathered from some of the world's greatest business minds to understand easily, in his book. It has a bunch of brief instructions for how you can implement yourself as an aspiring entrepreneur. 'Think and Grow Rich' is one of the best books with very realistic and real-life examples I have ever read on the money and business. Despite written in 1937, the book is still establishing its importance with each lesson of it.
2. How To Win Friends And Influence People by Dale Carnegie
What I appreciate about this book is, Dale Carnegie, portrayed the way of successful personality development through this book. This book helps youngsters to understand life surprisingly, to acknowledge basic entrepreneurial truths like planning for a start-up with friends. There are concise instructions to become better in genres like interpersonal communication, likability, prioritize work, etc. Besides, "How To Win Friends And Influence People" also proved its relevance over time because of its content that has something more than of doing business.
3. The 7 Habits Of Highly Effective People by Stephen Covey
As an aspiring entrepreneur, one should be more mature to develop more, over time. So, I suggest you read this book which can guide you to develop yourself as well. In this book, Stephan Covey did an astonishing work by uncovering and explaining the significance of practice in entrepreneurial life. He gave all his attention on disciplined life and responsibility more than bookish theories, through this book. And Covey also gave all his priorities to effectiveness in living. So, his book has gained true relevance on how to implement daily discipline and healthy practices into your life that betters your future.
4. The 7 Day Startup by Dan Norris
Aspiring entrepreneurs need some time to build their business empire and that is true. But wasting too much time on planning for their business may not help them to move forward over time. So, they need to read The 7 Day Startup by Dan Norris. This book instructs how to act smart and build a small business startup successful from nothing to everything. Effective instructions from this book will help youngsters to dream big and to market his small start-up to the world.
5. Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki
Finally, the time has arrived to talk about Robert Kiyosaki's Rich Dad, Poor Dad. This book has changed and also will change a lot about conventional ways to approach money forever. Kiyosaki's point of view makes many people understand the so-called confusing but easy topic of business that people wonder how you didn’t understand it earlier. Kiyosaki also stated that, in any kind of business, finance acts as one of the most important facts that need to be handled responsibly. In his book, Kiyosaki shared his opinion about the ways to take care of business investments and as a young entrepreneur, if you want to be successful with your start-up, you must maintain an assertive connection with your investments.
So, there's a request for potentially talented, young entrepreneurs to read and gain knowledge from these books. These books have guided so many successful business personalities around to shine. You don't have to be a bookworm but try to read these and follow instructions for a better future of your own. Put your honorable mentions in the comment section if you think that I've missed anything. That's all for now.