Today, more people than ever are quitting the nine-to-five way of working and are turning towards beating their own drum. Entrepreneurship is a short-term work investment that afterward reaps the harvest in the long term. People who have experience in the field have written books that everyone considering this type of life should take the time to read. Here are some of the best picks.
- The $100 Startup by Christ Guillebeau
This book breaks the myth of the hardship that surrounds starting up your own business. The book has case studies of businesses that started with less than $100. The information inside is inspiring and guides through practical action. The guidelines inside are for low financial startup and low financial risk. A useful checklist is given along with concrete examples. A good book for those that want to start straight away without procrastination.
- Crushing It! by Gary Vaynerchuk
This book is about building a brand as one of the most important things for entrepreneurship. Being an expert in social media and brand building, Vaynerchuk shows how to use social media to explode business.
- The Millionaire Fastlane by MJ DeMarco
This book is more personable as the author talks of his personal mind shift towards a millionaire mindset and how it is essential in changing income. The book lays out different ways of impacting the masses. The author focuses on improving the thinking and mindset of future millionaires.
- The Introvert Entrepreneur by Beth Buelow
Unlike the typical stereotype of an extroverted entrepreneur, this book shows that onе can find a way то entrepreneurship without being around too many people. With the book’s guidance, introverts can learn how to build a business in which they can be their own authentic solitary selves.
- The Power of Broke by Daymond John
This is a book for people who have reached the dead end. According to the author, being broke is being pushed towards achieving the highest personal potential. Many entrepreneurs start their journey from zero. The author himself began his six-billion dollar business with just $40. It goes to show that being desperate can be used as a great motivation. His message is that entrepreneurship is about creativity and the times allow for it more than ever.