It’s been a long time I have not shared any books with you. That’s selfish of me, especially when you know I’ve been reading a lot these last few months.

But don’t worry. I selected 3 books for you to read, whether you are an entrepreneur or not these books can only improve the person you are. I highly recommend you to read them.

Furthermore, they are so interesting that you’ll get to the end before even realizing it.

So read them, you have no excuses.

Letters from a Self-Made Merchant to His Son 

“In all your dealings, remember that today is your opportunity; tomorrow some other fellow’s.”

 

Although this book first appeared in 1902. It’s amazing how these letters are still relevant today.

The book is a compilation of letters from a father that made his own fortune to his son who always had everything.

As the son enters the real life and becomes a man, the father tries to teach him life.

Read it as if your father wrote it. By the end of the book, you’ll be wiser.

Start with why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action

“People don’t buy what you do; they buy why you do it. And what you do simply proves what you believe.”

This is a pretty famous book by Simon Sinek, but I never dug into it until now.

In this book, Simon explains why every company must first determine WHY they are doing what they are doing.

Most companies have a fuzzy WHY. They focus on WHAT and HOW.

These companies can only differentiate themselves by the price or feature their products have. In short, if they reduce their price, someone can do the same. If they add a feature, anyone can copy them.

But when a company clearly determine what’s their WHY. It’s much harder for anyone to copy them.

This doesn’t apply only to business but in everyday life too.

Your Move: The Underdog’s Guide to Building Your Business

Finally, if you’re looking to build a business, this one is a great book.

As always Ramit is straightforward.

He shares actionable insight on how to start a business. He literally gives away content from his premium courses that cost $2000+.

I’ve been pretty amazed by how much value there is in this book. Especially when you know, it costs less than $5.

Trust me; it’s worth your time.

 

You may wonder why I only selected 3 books.

Obviously, there are a lot of books out there. Some are great others not that much. It’s becoming more and more difficult to choose a book to read with all these blog posts suggesting extensive list.

My goal here is not to provide a list of a hundred books but rather a limited list that I know most people will be able to read during this summer.

Our time is limited that’s the reason I narrowed this down to only three important books.

 

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