The most successful personalities admit they are ever under the influence of books. Such as, billionaire Bill Gates shared he makes sure he’d finish reading a new book every week. He added, reading is his “favorite way to learn about a new topic.”
Thus, if you’re an aspiring entrepreneur, a striving businessman, or an entrepreneur, we scoured the five best business books you must read this 2017. The following titles possess valuable learnings and information that can take your business to the next level. These books can help you hone your knowledge about the twists and turns of entrepreneurship. If you aim for success and growth, these books will be your useful guide.
Tools of Titans by Tim Ferriss
Tools of Titans was crafted by the well-known entrepreneur and strategist, Tim Ferriss. It reveals the secrets of more than 200 widely-recognized, premier performers and icons. The book is a compilation of Tim Ferriss’ details of interviews with these prominent names, where they shared their techniques about productivity, as well as their habits and routines.
Disrupted by Dan Lyons
Disrupted is one of the most popular books that made noise during the recent years. With its captivating classic nonfiction scribbles, the book left a profound effect on its readers. This book is about the Silicon Valley, worded carefully yet hilariously to reveal its true face. Disrupted is based on Dan Lyon’s misadventures when his 25 years as a writer in magazine ended abruptly, and he had no choice but to join a startup bubble. He took an opportunity with a software marketing company called Hubspot. In this book, he described his chronicles when he encountered “devilish angel investors, fad-chasing venture capitalists, entrepreneurs and ‘wantrepreneurs.’”
Hustle by Neil Patel, Patrick Vlaskovits, and Jonas Koffler
Hustle, written by world-class entrepreneurs, disruptors and business geniuses, uncovers the ways to break-free from the drudgery. If you feel like an underdog fighting against a system to acquire a better life, this book contains musings of the people who succeeded against the system. Hustle teaches about the existing opportunities and the tactics to become the person of triumph in this current competitive world. If you’re still in doubt about reading this book, another reason why you ust acquire it, is its reputation as a NY Times best-seller.
Building the Internet of Things by Maciej Kranz
This book bears a useful guide in Building the Internet of Things. For individuals who haven’t heard yet about the Internet of Things (IoT), it is the formula that will connect the elements of your business to drive its growth. Building the Internet of Things is specifically for aspiring and current entrepreneurs who are searching for effective and tangible business advantages.
Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman
Thinking, Fast and Slow was first published in 2011. Despite that, it continues to influence a growing number of readers after several years. The charm of this book is its fact-based scribbles, written by renowned psychologist and winner of the Nobel Prize in Economics, Daniel Kahneman. Throughout the years of this book’s existence, it has acquired multiple recognitions, such as being a major New York Times bestseller, the winner of the National Academy of Sciences Best Book Award in 2012, and a 2013 Presidential Medal of Freedom Recipient. It reveals about the two systems that affect the mind. Thinking, Fast and Slow unearths how these different systems affect our psychological drive. Kahneman revealed the tactics of decision-making, and how entrepreneurs can avoid mistakes in their every step. His insights in this book are not only useful for business, but as well as for our personal lives.