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Reading List for the Curious Entrepreneur

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November 3, 2011

I have a policy – when you don’t know what to do, read. Reading helps give me new perspective and insight that will often strike an ‘aha’ moment where I come up with an effective strategy. Whether you want to start a business, already have one up and running or want to change businesses, these books are all useful! They are all business reading classics!

” title=”The Dip “>The Dip

” title=”Seven Habits of Highly Effective People”>Seven Habits of Highly Effective People

” title=”Made to Stick”>Made to Stick

” title=”The Secrets of the Young and Successful”>The Secrets of the Young and Successful

” title=”The Four Hour Work Week”>The Four Hour Work Week

” title=”Top Grading”>Top Grading

” title=”Buy-ology”>Buy-ology

For business plan writing: Pick up any book that has an actual guide with sections to complete to so you can follow it easily.

For inspiration: List a few business people you admire and read their biographies. For example, Richard Branson, Howard Schultz, Steve Jobs, etc.

Creating a learning environment on your own is extremely rewarding, don’t miss out on the opportunity to learn something every month!

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