Seven Books Every Entrepreneur Should Read

Entrepreneurship is not at all simple, and many business owners cite it as the most difficult thing they have ever done. For many people, however, it is the chance of a lifetime. There are some inspirational books that can make the transition much simpler.
entrepreneur books1. Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill:

This book, published in 1937, has inspired many influential people over the years, including Ken Norton. Millions of copies of the book, which is based on the success of Andrew Carnegie, have been sold since the Great Depression era. The book details Hill’s 13 principles that lead to success. One of these principles, for instance, says that you must have a very clear picture in your mind of what you want to achieve. It also details traits every successful person should have or earn, including organization.
2. Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki:

This books offers a lesson in personal finance that all entrepreneurs can learn from. It tells the story of a Kiyosaki’s father and the father of his best friend. Both men invested their money differently and ended up with different results. This book will have you wondering about your own definitions of wealth and success.
3. One Minute Manager by Ken Blanchard and Spencer Johnson:

A book that has been translated into tens of languages to sell millions of copies must have some solid advice. This book covers three techniques you can use to become a more effective manager or business owner. It covers the concepts of making goals, awarding praise and giving out reprimands. Its lessons are short but will surely stick with you.