5 Books You Need to Read This Month

26 March 2016

5 Books You Need to Read This Month

As entrepreneurs, we always need to continue our education, and the best way to do so is through reading.

From motivational books designed to get you organised and on track for success to thought provoking ideas that will make you think differently, here are 5 books you need to read this month.

1. Awaken the Giant Within by Tony Robbins

Author Tony Robbins is one of the world’s leading experts in reaching peak performance in entrepreneurship and in life. Awaken the Giant Within is designed to give you a step-by-step guide to making positive change to your behaviour, that will allow you to discover your own potential and worth.

In Awaken the Giant Within, Tony shares tips and strategies for mastering your emotions, body, relationships, finances and life so that you can take complete control over your destiny.

2. The Magic of Thinking Big by David J. Schwartz

Written by an expert in motivation, The Magic of Thinking Big teaches readers the power of setting your goals high in order to achieve financial security, power and influence, dream jobs, happy relationships, and the life you’ve always wanted.

The Magic of Thinking Big takes you through useful methods with easy programs you can apply to your daily life in order to be happier with your job, your marriages or relationships, and your community. This book can help you carve a pathway to the level of success you’ve always dreamed of.

3. The Lean Startup by Eric Ries

If you’re the leader of a startup, The Lean Startup is the book for you. Today’s startups face uncertainty when it comes to success, but with the practices author Eric Ries lays out in The Lean Startup, you’ll see what failed companies could have done in order to stay alive.

The Lean Startup takes lessons from lean manufacturing to help startups remain agile to changing industries and adjust strategies by the minute. In the world of startups, things can change quickly. This book can help you prepare for those changes before they even happen.

4. The Entrepreneur Mind by Kevin D. Johnson

Entrepreneurs think differently than the rest of the world, and in The Entrepreneur Mind, Kevin D. Johnson examines just what those differences are throughout the seven main areas an entrepreneur needs to master: strategy, education, people, finance, marketing and sales, leadership, and motivation.

From entrepreneurial beliefs to habits, The Entrepreneur Mind is essential to any entrepreneur trying to find his groove and get in the right mindset.

5. Zero to One by Peter Thiel

Author Peter Thiel uses Zero to One to teach readers how to create and explore what is still uncharted territory. He argues that in order to do this, you need to be able to think for yourself, not follow the pack of what is currently successful. When you add something new to the world, you go from 0 to 1.

In Zero to One readers learn to think differently, to forget about the popular startups around them, and explore areas that have yet to be uncovered. If you’re looking to develop a business that completely revolutionises the world, Zero to One is a must-read.

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