5 Books every young Entrepreneur should read.

When you aspire to successfully build and establish a business, there is no better thing to do than to educate yourself and the best way to do so is by reading.

People often wonder why someone is successful and the next person is not. But if you look a little closer and study the habits of said successful people, you will come to find that most of them are avid readers.

According to “The Entrepreneur Way”:

Bill Bates reads one book per week.

Mark Zuckerberg reads one book every two weeks.

Elon Musk is an avid reader

Warren Buffett spends about 80% of his day reading.

Mark Cuban reads for more than three hours every day.

Oprah reads one book every month.

Here is a carefully curated list of 5 books every young entrepreneur should read

Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki

This is one of the best books ever written. I am certain most of you would have come across it at one point or the other. If you are an entrepreneur or you aspire to be one, this is a must-read.

How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie

This 80-year old book has sold over 15 millions copies worldwide and is still very relevant to entrepreneurs today.

Think and Grow Rich by Napleon Hill

“Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, the mind can achieve”, Such a powerful message from Dr Napoleon Hill in this book. This book helps you understand that the mind is a very powerful tools and if used correctly, the possibilities are boundless.

The Richest Man in Babylon by George S. Clason

This book is simply brilliant. It explains why wealth creation is important and how to create wealth. It also buttresses on why and how to save money.

The One Thing  by Gary Keller

This is a book about finding yourself and how that helps you become successful.

Do yourself a favour and get a copy of at least one these books and get a whole new understanding of entrepreneurship.

4 thoughts on “5 Books every young Entrepreneur should read.”

  1. Willie oghenetega worship

    I have read 3 and the half of these books mentioned, think and grow rich,rich dad poor dad and the richest man in Babylon .they all have one this in common weath, the right approach,idea, and the capital need for all weath is value. These book are content that money can not quantify there worth.
    Thanks for sharing guys see you at season 6….

  2. Okeme Ugbede Abraham

    I have read two of the books listed and the most captivating for me is “The Richest Man in Babylon “.I was so inspired by that book seeing a man come out of debt to becoming very rich in the society. Discipline! I would say that is.

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