10 books every Entrepreneur should read

entrepreneurship books references and we've rounded up the best reads out there focusing on entrepreneurship, negotiation are entrepreneurs born or made ppt
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Published Date:09-03-2017
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The Top Books: Every Entrepreneur should ReadThe 4-Hour Work Week by Tim FerrisFerris lays out a brilliantly simple plan for taking your new “big idea” to market: pick a specific topic you know and have experienced more about than your audience; test different types of positioning and find out what your audience needs help with; then develop a product that meets their needs.Purple Cow by Seth GodinGodin is one of the greatest entrepreneurial minds in the world. In Purple Cow, he advocates building something so amazing that people can’t ignore you. There are a lot of great lessons in this book—it’s definitely one you’ll be making notes on throughout.The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People By Stephen CoveySeven Habits is a classic book about leadership and success. There’s a reason it has sold millions of copies: The lessons are timeless and they work. This book says that one of your first priorities should be to create a product or service that benefits your customer, and then worry about the rest.Creative Confidence By Tom and David KellyThis book will help you unlock your inner creativity, even if you think it’s an area where you’re lacking. A must-read for entrepreneurs.Positioning: The Battle for Your Mind By Al Ries and Jack TroutAl and Jack establish the foundational truths of how companies and brands rise from zero to influence and success in this book.The Slight Edge by Jeff OlsonThe Slight Edge philosophy is based on doing little things, which, done consistently over time, add up to the big accomplishments. This is a great read for entrepreneurs because it shows you how doing the “little stuff” and continuously improving are the keys to success.Rework By Jason Fried & David Heinemeier HanssonRework is not your average business book. It shows you a smarter, faster approach to succeed in business. It defies “traditional” rules and offers simple, no-nonsense advice for starting your own company.How to get Rich by Felix Dennis."This is a rollicking read by a gifted writer and a brutally honest autobiography by a guy worth hundreds of millions that includes some dark confessions. 'At one time I had 14 mistresses on the payroll—big mistake.' Make sure to read the chapter about raising money—it’s gold."