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What are some must read books for entrepreneurs or those who want to become entrepreneurs?
 Posted on 10/7/2019
4 Answers
Verwin Mohan Narayanan Mohan Narayanan Answered on 17/7/2019Expert

There are lot of good books on entrepreneurship. However, I would also urge you to scan the internet for case studies on failed start ups. Infact there are sites devoted to this. They are real life stories and hence very useful and applicable. Keep in mind that failure doesn't mean that one is not good. However we should learn to consider failures as multiple steps to success. This is especially true for start up entrepreneurs and want to be entrepreneurs. The key is failing fast so that you can take corrective actions and move on.

 

Verwin Vedanth Kumar Vedanth Kumar Answered on 10/7/2019

REWORK by Jason Fried & David Hansson. Easy read- applicable for entrepreneurs, start-up owners, freelancers especially if you are starting out, thinking of starting out etc.

Verwin Manoj C Manoj C Answered on 10/7/2019

I am not an entrepreneur, but my profession requires me to think like one. My recommendation is that if you have not read How to Win Friends & Influence People, you must. It is one of THE best-selling books of all time for a reason. The advice given in this book is practical and very effective. Cheers!

Verwin User Default Image Vikram S Answered on 10/7/2019

Some of the gems I like to read and re-read are 

1. Delivering Happiness by Tony Hsieh - It talks about Extraordinary customer Service and why it is essential to creating a business that can scale exponentially. 

2. Made to Stick by Dan and Chip Heath - very useful for folks starting out in their business venture.

3. What Rich People Know and Desperately Want to Keep Secret by Brian Sher. This is more of a general philosophy applicable to all.

What are some must read books for entrepreneurs or those who want to become entrepreneurs?

There are lot of good books on entrepreneurship. However, I would also urge you to scan the internet for case studies on failed start ups. Infact there are sites devoted to this. They are real life stories and hence very useful and applicable. Keep in mind that failure doesn't mean that one is not good. However we should learn to consider failures as multiple steps to success. This is especially true for start up entrepreneurs and want to be entrepreneurs. The key is failing fast so that you can take corrective actions and move on.

 

Verwin Mohan Narayanan
Answered on: 17/7/2019

REWORK by Jason Fried & David Hansson. Easy read- applicable for entrepreneurs, start-up owners, freelancers especially if you are starting out, thinking of starting out etc.

Verwin Vedanth Kumar
Answered on: 10/7/2019

I am not an entrepreneur, but my profession requires me to think like one. My recommendation is that if you have not read How to Win Friends & Influence People, you must. It is one of THE best-selling books of all time for a reason. The advice given in this book is practical and very effective. Cheers!

Verwin Manoj C
Answered on: 10/7/2019

Some of the gems I like to read and re-read are 

1. Delivering Happiness by Tony Hsieh - It talks about Extraordinary customer Service and why it is essential to creating a business that can scale exponentially. 

2. Made to Stick by Dan and Chip Heath - very useful for folks starting out in their business venture.

3. What Rich People Know and Desperately Want to Keep Secret by Brian Sher. This is more of a general philosophy applicable to all.

Verwin User Default Image
Answered on: 10/7/2019