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5 Books From Successful Entrepreneurs For A Better Perspective

It is easy to be an entrepreneur. It is hard to be a successful one. You get a lot of chances to be an entrepreneur in your life but the one you pick is up to you. Whichever you choose, make sure you see it through. One does not get many shots at entrepreneurship.

Being a successful entrepreneur takes months and sometimes, years of perseverance, and all this time you need to work on your skills. These can be technical skills required for your venture, management skills, or even peoples skills. While you are sending time working towards your goals, it is important to have a guide.

Given below are five popular books that have helped thousands of entrepreneurs to get close to their aims:

Founders at work by Jessica Livingston

This is the book that shows you behind the scenes of success achieved by several entrepreneurs. It is a compilation of stories of various founders including those of PayPal, Apple, Hotmail, Yahoo, and many more, and show what they had to do and give up while they were nurturing their passions.

The $100 Startup by Chris Guillebeau

An intriguing book consisting of stories that prove it’s the idea and execution that matters before money. The stories are of people that Chris helped to start a venture with a little amount. These people did not have any special skills, what they had was a passion that they monetized.

How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie

The success of your projects depends highly on others, that is why you need to build a social life. This book guides you on how to increase your influence over people around you. You can overcome your competition easily if you have a significant impact on the lives of the audience.

Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki

Unarguably the most popular book in this article shines a light on how most people are tied in a 9-5 job lacking financial education. Robert Kiyosaki has reflected upon how there are basic things about finance that a lot of kids never learn growing up.

The Hard Thing About Hard Things by Ben Horowitz

They tell you it is fun to start a business but only Ben Horowitz has explained how brutal it is to successfully run it. Ben is a popular name in Silicon Valley and has written about his own experience including firing friends and founding members, poaching clients, and taking on risks and opportunities.


Skills and hard work are the building blocks of a business. However, at an early stage, some fail to realize the importance of motivation and guidance. These books offer you the points you need to know to work efficiently on your Venture.

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