Here are 8 books to read if you are thinking of starting a company.
The narrator and author of the book tell the tale of a man who had two fathers: his biological father, the poor dad, and Mike’s father, the rich dad, who was also his boyhood best friend.
The Lean Start-up is a novel strategy that is transforming how businesses are established and new products are introduced around the world.
This book, which is broken up into seven frank sections, examines the concepts of becoming a charming person.
The book, which was published in 1937, highlights Napoleon’s extensive interviews with the wealthiest Americans at the time, including Henry Ford and Carnegie Steel King (founder of car company).
Live a fulfilling life while earning a good living. This book shows how common people can create secure lives that are independent and meaningful on their own terms.
The Compound Effect is founded on the idea that choices affect how your life turns out. Your small, everyday choices will either lead you to the life you want or, by default, to tragedy.
This book is intended for those who are new or in the early stages of starting a business or for those who have observed from a distance and wanted to participate but were paralyzed by dread of the unknown.
The book has been translated into 35 different languages and has been a best-seller for two years.