Are you looking for a few business books to make you think and challenge you to grow your business?

01 – The 4 Hour Work Week by Timothy Ferriss
02 – Radicals & Visionaries by Thaddeus Wawro
03 – Keep ANY Promise by Karim Ismail
04 – Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
05 – How To Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie
06 – Trump: The Art of the Deal by Donald Trump
07 – Built to Last by Jim Collins
08 – The Fred Factor by Mark Sanborn
09 – Hire the American Dream by Dave Melton and Tim McInTyre
10 – The Entrepreneurial Journey by Norm Trainor

Bonus: Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki


What can we learn from multi millionaire entrepreneurs?

What can we learn from multi millionaire entrepreneurs?.

  1. That change and bumps lay ahead. It is how we deal with them that count.
  2. That it’s important to look after your team, because they will look after you.
  3. That publicity catapults your business.
  4. That collaboration and working in partnership is key. We see this with Richard who has a very strong partnership with his suppliers. Do something you love with people you love and in a way to be proud of.
  5. That making money from your life’s mission is possible. In fact according to Richard, the greatest and most successful business people are lead by their life’s mission. Concentrate on the good your brand can bring rather than concentrating on your profits.
    And remember…
  6. You don’t have to come from money to make money. Michelle comes from a poor/ no qualification background to now running a multi million pound business.
  7. And lastly, do not accept ‘No’ for an answer!

’13 Habits that made me Billions’

Lucas Remmerswaal has studied Warren Buffett’s philosophies for over 13 years and has written numerous articles. His book on Warren Buffett has simplified investment strategies so that even a child could grasp the core of them and use them as building blocks for their future.

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The Art of the Start

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Guy Kawasaki made a name for himself at Apple in the 1980s as the evangelist who helped launch the Macintosh computer. As founder and CEO of Garage Technology Ventures, he has tested and proven his ideas with dozens of startup companies. He is the author of over half a dozen business books, including Rules for Revolutionaries, Selling the Dream and How to Drive Your Competition Crazy.

I had the privilege recently of attending a presentation by Mr. Kawasaki on his latest book, The Art of the Start: The Time-Tested, Battle-Hardened Guide for Anyone Starting Anything. He’s a tremendously entertaining speaker – funny, irreverent, and above all, insightful. He built his presentation around his top ten tips for anyone starting anything – entrepreneurs, intrapreneurs, non-profit ventures. I share them with you here, along with a few of his choice quips that you won’t find in the book. Read more of this post