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BizBrolly 28 Apr 2016

5 Books Every Start-up Entrepreneur Must Read

Reading brings wondrous insights. There are no two ways about it.
BizBrolly Solutions has put together a sharp list of books that every start-up entrepreneur must read. This list is a compilation of suggested books from leaders from around the world.

  1. Fountainhead- Ayn Rand

“The question isn’t who is going to let me; it’s who is going to stop me.”
Billionaire Mark Cuban shared once in an interview with Business Insider that this book is a required reading for every entrepreneur.

  1. The Effective Executive- John Drunker

The Definitive Guide to Getting the Right Things Done
Amazon CEO, Jeff Bezos and his senior management team read this book for a series of all-day book clubs. The book explore the time-management and decision-making habits that adds value to the organisation.

  1. Business Adventures- John Brooks

A collection of New York Stories
Recommended by Warren Buffet to Bill Gates, this book much about the strengths and weaknesses of leaders in challenging circumstances as it is about the particulars of one business or another.
P.S. There is something going right in this book for two of the world’s richest men to talk about it.

  1. Zero to One- Peter Thiel

Packed of information you can actually use
Enlisted by Timothy Sykes, if you want to learn how to build your business, build your brand and build your bank account, there is no better place to turn for advice than this self-made billionaire, writer himself, co-founder of PayPal.

  1. To Sell is Human- Daniel Pink

The Surprising Truth about Moving Others
Even if you don’t consider yourself a “sales person,” all entrepreneurs need to understand how to sell. This book breaks down the stigmas about salesmanship and shows you a simple strategy for “moving others.”

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