5 Books for NEW Entrepreneurs
Today I’m going to recommend five books for new entrepreneurs.
As always, I’ll try to keep this post (and video) as short and to-the-point as possible, so I’m only going to give you a brief rundown of each book.
But I’m not going to leave you hanging. If you do any to know more about a certain book, I’ll include links to my full reviews.
1. The Suitcase Entrepreneur by Natalie Sission
This is a great book for those that aspire to be a digital nomad.
The book teaches you how to build a team that you have never met, work from your laptop on your own terms whilst (possibly) travelling the world.
The book gives you useful advice on how to build a mobile business as well as information on how to live the freedom lifestyle.
2. The Invisible Revolution by Nicola Huelin
This book is targeted towards mums (mumpreneurs) and is ideal for those who are brand spanking new to the world of entrepreneurship or are even just thinking about it.
It’s a very fluffy book with not much hard-hitting information, but for the right person is going to be a valuable read.
3. Botty’s Rules by Nigel Botterill
I really like this book and I still use a lot of the rules in this book today.
It goes though Botterill’s own entrepreneurial journey and reveals his 29 rules along the way.
It’s a great book to get you thinking like an entrepreneur.
4. The One Thing by Gary Keller with Jay Papasan
A few weeks ago I published a post (and video) titled 1 Book That ALL Entrepreneurs Must Read.
It was this book.
If you get nothing else from this post, you need to get this book.
The book’s main concept is the idea around this ‘one thing’ – finding the one most important task that you need to complete each day.
In other words, finding the one thing that is going to have the most impact and get you to where you want to be quicker.
It also covers other things such as managing stress, willpower and time.
5. Life Leverage by Rob Moore
This book teaches you, as the title would suggest, to leverage your life; helping you to get the most out of your time.
Your success as an entrepreneur is based on what you manage to do with the 24 hours you are given each day.
This book will show you how to leverage your time in order to get the most done with the time that you have.
It’s a great book and something that I believe everyone should learn how to do – but this skill is especially important to entrepreneurs.
There you have it, my 5 recommended reads for new entrepreneurs.
If you would recommend any other books, please pop them in my comments below.
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