Books for Entrepreneurs
Learn From Other Successful Entrepreneurs
No matter what field you're in, it's important to take advance from credible business owners & entrepreneurs.
As entrepreneurs, we are able to see opportunity from a mile away. Is that the truth? Mark Batterson dives into the depths of what it means to chase down opportunities when they come our way in his book In a Pit with a Lion on a Snowy Day: How To Survive and Thrive When Opportunity Roars.
When I read The Traveler's Gift, I found much more than a fictional tale about a man learning success principles by world renowned figures. I found an essential meaning to, and correlation of, the way we live our lives and the way we do business.
To become an entrepreneur, you have to learn how to think like an entrepreneur. A lot of people want to be in business for themself, but not all of them have the mindset of a successful business owner.
Zig Ziglar said, "You can have everything in life you want, if you will just help other people get what they want." Starting a company consists of not onlynumbers and product, but also people. If we want to build our businesses effectively, we have to have a true following.
Nike has not only become one of those world's biggest home names, but also an empire in the sports industry. Shoe Dog written by Phil Knight, the Co-Founder of Nike, gives a greater perspective of the struggles, feuds, victories, and triumphs that come with being an entrepreneur.