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Books Every Entrepreneur Must Read

Matthew Yonally

Do you have great intentions to read but you never get around to it? The following books are a few that you won’t be able to put down once you pick up:

The Fred Factor by Mark Sanborn

This tells the story of a postman named Fred who goes above and beyond to delight the customers on his route. Even though this is a boring job, Fred finds a way to surprise and delight his customers daily. If you have a business where you will be personally involved with dealing with customers, this book is great for you. The book is just over one hundred pages and it will change your mindset on how to work with customers.

The Go Giver by by Bob Burg

This is another quick read at 125 pages. You can probably get through it in one sitting. This book is all about giving. It will change your mindset from being a taker to being a giver. This is necessary in order to accomplish your goals. When you help others reach their goals, they will in turn help you reach your own. This is change your mindset about how you approach your goals.It’s uplifting and positive and a must read.

The Art of the Deal by Donald Trump

This book helps you think big. Instead of staying stuck in your current bubble, this book shows you how to bust through and think bigger. How do you go out and change the world when you’ve never seen someone do it first hand? This book will inspire you to do just that. Entrepreneurs must believe that they can do it, and reading this book will give you that confidence. Read this book if you want to be inspired and take action!

Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

This book is extremely helpful in showing you that thoughts are things. Whatever you have in your mind is possible, as long as you believe in yourself. This book gives you the steps to make that happen. The book gives the story of Andrew Carnegie and his lessons for others. It will help to build your confidence and believe in yourself.

Emerson once said “if you encounter a man of rare intellect, we should ask him what books he reads.” Become one of those men or women of rare intellect and have others question what books you are reading to make that so.
 

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