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Igniting business acumen: Bestselling titles for young entrepreneurs to improve career, profitability and life

Books allow you to continue learning and expanding your horizon even after you’ve finished formal education

Successful individuals from the Silicon Valley to Wall Street, from Warren Buffet to Oprah Winfrey spend a lot of time reading to improve their skills and knowledge. It’s also a great way to connect with other people and develop new perspectives on the world. Besides gaining new knowledge, reading helps them find inspiration when they encounter challenges that they might not have previously thought of.Some books can turn entrepreneurs to business magnates and if you aspire to be one, here are bestselling titles you can try.

Good to Great by James C. Collins

The book provides a lot of practical advice on how to think outside the box and aim for something bigger than what’s typically considered to be a successful business. It also encourages people to be brave and have big ideas in order to create disruptive enterprises. This book can give the courage to pursue own business idea and create something from nothing.

The One Thing by Gary Keller and Jay Papasan

The book also tackles a difficult question that most people have when it comes to starting a business. It asks them what they can do to make their life easier and what they can do to make their life more successful. The perspective of the book is not just to excel in professional life but finding that work-life balance as well.

The E Myth Revisited: Why Most Small Businesses Don’t Work and What to Do About It by Michael E. Gerber

In his book, Michael Gerber explains how people can start a business without the help of their partners. He claims that if their company depends on them, they don’t own it, and it’s the worst job in the world.

Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World (2016) by Cal Newport

In his book, Cal Newport explains how people can start a business without the help of their partners. He claims that in today’s world, knowledge work is very demanding and can feel endless. The book also provides a lot of practical advice on how to avoid getting distracted by various forms of social media.

Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity (2001) by David Allen

The book was a hit in the tech industry due to Allen’s ability to help people get things done. He claims that people should focus on having ideas instead of holding them. In Getting Things Done, Allen also explains how to build a system that will help them get things done.

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