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10 Brilliant Books for Entrepreneurs

Hello, Readers Welcome again to Robust Story. Today we bring you something really interesting. Sometimes it is good to take a step back from all the work, all the life challenges that seem to be coming like buses, one right after the other, so today we’re giving you something little different. We have our suggestion for you to read the Top 10 books for entrepreneurs.

There comes a time when a simple logical explanation of something just isn’t enough anymore. So you just want a story that will captivate you and make you understand whatever it is that you need without you even realizing it. Most people read books for entertainment which is good sometimes, but we are biologically programmed to constantly learn so why not find some books and also, learn something at the same time.

This is where we come in to bring you Top 10 books for entrepreneurs.

1. The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho

Here’s an author with an innate gift of writing everything from a unique perspective, sharing a beautiful message in the most simplistic manner ever, and ultimately, creating an unforgettable story.

The alchemist speaks directly to the entrepreneurial spirit within you, with a tale of following one’s dreams, and overcoming all the obstacles along the way.

This book will inspire you to take charge of your life by following your dreams and to have faith that everything will fall into place just as it should.

You have to read this book at least once in your lifetime. We definitely recommend it.

2. King Rat by James Clavell

This novel details out the terrible efforts of British, Australian and American soldiers in a Japanese prisoner of war camp. The main takeaway from King Rat is that teamwork is essential in extreme environments, in order to survive people have to work together for a common goal.

It is a great read for any manager, leader, or entrepreneur who wants to learn how to take advantage of adversities and create opportunities for teamwork.

3. Who Moved My Cheese? By Spencer Johnson

Told in a humorous manner with the help of a simple parable, Who Moved My Cheese? Reveals deep truths about us. The essence of this book is about how people handle change whether they avoid it or embrace it and leap forward toward their goals.
We honestly believe that this is a book for anyone and everyone because we are all leaders in our own lives, or at least we should be and the sooner a leader understands that positivity is the key to dealing with change the sooner that leader can move forward.

4. Jurassic Park by Michael Crichton

One of the best stories ever written on corporate responsibility, Jurassic Park is a riveting and entertaining read that warns ambitious entrepreneurs. If your ambitions tend to push too hard or go beyond the ethical boundaries agreed upon, you might just become the lunch of a velociraptor.

5. An American Tragedy by Theodore Dreiser

Caution! This is a monster piece of hundreds of pages that rivals Ayn Rand’s books.
The main character in this book goes on a journey, led by his ambitions that one day he will become a person of affluence and amass a great fortune.
There are a few lessons that you can learn from this book, some of the key ones are;
“create strong values for yourself, for they will protect you against poor decisions,”
“it’s easy to make decisions when your values have a strong foundation,” “do the right thing regardless of the personal cost.”

6. The Lemonade War by Jacqueline Davies

This book showcases the trials and success of two rival siblings, competing in for dominance as they both open their lemonade stands. Thanks to the 2 riveting young entrepreneurs, the lemonade war makes for an entertaining read filled with savvy marketing tips, and descriptions for plenty of business terms. Furthermore, you’ll get to explore how arguments can escalate beyond anyone’s intention.

7. Ugly Americans by Ben Mezrich

In this book, Ben Mezrich tells the story of a young Princeton graduate who travels half-way around the world, in search of his American dream, and, ultimately manages to make the biggest deal in the history of the financial markets. Brimming with intense action, romance, underground sex, and exotic characters, Ugly Americans is a story that will shake the financial community.

8. Zen and the Art of Motorcycle Maintenance by Robert S. Pirsig

Zen offers entrepreneurs a unique framework for thinking and discussing big abstract concepts. Pirsig creates a story that stresses the importance of living an authentic life, which transcends into your professional life and your spirit. If you do this, according to the author, everything else in your life will play out the snowball effect and fall into place.

Also, another thing to keep in mind is that consistent, small, key victories that propel us forward, as opposed to irregular big victories which will take you on an emotional and professional rollercoaster.

9. The Remains of the Day by Kazuo Ishiguro

A complex story held in high regard by many successful entrepreneurs. The Remains of the day is an important read for those who want a better understanding of how to maintain humility and loyalty to their respective work. While at the same time taking advantage of opportunities that come along, bringing with them success and prosperity.

10. The Morning Miracle by Hal Elrod

This one is my personal favourite. I have read it 2- 3 times. This book Totally guides you to achieve your goals and one of the must-read books for entrepreneurs. How you can achieve anything and everything in your life by implementing SAVERS in your life. It surely has very interesting perspectives toward yourself and develops you as a person.

Well, we hope you enjoyed this pack of wonderful books and we are curious to know which book is your favourite. Do let us know here in the comments or you can always write to us. Thank you so much for spending your time here.

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Written by Shalini Singh

Believer of the quote that Humans can never stop learning, Shalini is a graduate in psychology and currently pursuing her Masters. She has donned many hats, from being a professional event manager, lifestyle brands influencer, to being content curator. Shalini is a versatile writer, her writing ranges from everyday motivation, social media quick hacks, brand stories to writing about inspiring individuals. Shalini leads the bandwagon as the CEO at Robust story.

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