When it comes to entrepreneurship, it is something that you takes practical skills plus theoretical knowledge both. It is probably the most universal thing you would come to realise about entrepreneurship. On one hand, Richard Branson showed practicality by saying “You don’t learn to walk by following rules. You learn by doing, and by falling over”, and on other hand businessmen like Bill Gates and Warren Buffet emphasis on the importance of reading. Thus, if you want to be an entrepreneur, it is important to have both kind of aspects in your personality. Today, we bring you 5 of the most important, relevant and significant books for young entrepreneurs.
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The Lean Startup (by Eric Ries)
This is a wonderful book which tells you to ignore the traditional ways of calculating deep and management. The book is focusing on ‘Just do it’s kind of attitude. I mean, what would be better and more clear way to know if the idea is good or not, than by just doing it? Eric Ries is an American entrepreneur whose book ‘The Lean Startup’ is considered one of the best books on entrepreneurship.
Zero to One (by Peter Thiel)
One of the best-selling books in the field of entrepreneurship, Zero to One is written by PayPal co-founder Peter Thiel in the year 2014. Like other books it does not only restricted to business, but it goes on telling the business propagandas and politics as well. If you want to be an entrepreneur, this books can’t be missed.
Rich Dad, Poor Dad (by Robert Kiyosaki and Sharon Lechter)
Rich Dad Poor Dad is one of the most popular books for entrepreneurship, and in general. It is one book I would suggest every person to read in order to understand the financial stability and instabilities. Not just for that, it is one of the recommended books for entrepreneurs for a reason.
The Achievement Habit (by Bernard Roth)
It is a beautiful book which gives you a unique way to learn and understand something called ‘The right problem’. The books makes you ask yourself are you solving the right problem? We all know successful business is all about solving the problems of the people, but many a times it happens that we tend to focus on the product which we have expertise, however it may not be the right problem. Read this book and all kinds of questions related to this will be solved. This one major theme of the book makes it stand out.
$100 startup (by Charles Lebeau)
Two great things you are going to learn front this book, and they are precious. First is, that you do not need a million dollars to begin your startup, which a lot of people think. Secondly, you are not the only one, there are numerous businesses that started with financial crisis. Published in the year 2012, it is one of the central books for an aspiring entrepreneur.