Business Books you should read

Business books you should read

Welcome back to What is Wednesday, where I’ll address a topic that many of you have asked me:” What are the best business books?” Please check out our Tiktok and Youtube channels! We guarantee only the greatest content!

What Business Books should I Read?

1. “5AM Club” – Robin Sharma

If you’re ready to take your life to the next level and become exceptional, it all starts with a great morning routine. Through The 5 AM Club, we learn exactly how to do so and are given an intriguing fictitious situation to demonstrate it. Sharma’s scientific case for joining the 5 AM Club is likely to persuade even those who aren’t morning people.
This is a must-read for anyone who wants to increase their productivity!

You can check out “5AM Club” right here!

2. “Think and Grow Rich” – Napoleon Hill

For Think and Grow Rich, a renowned self-help book, Napoleon Hill interviewed 500 millionaires, including Henry Ford and Thomas Edison. He argues that having a strong desire for riches is the first step, followed by sticking to a certain approach and trusting that it will succeed.
His book, which was released approximately 80 years ago, has timeless truths that can be applied to our daily lives. As a result, this is another another must-read, and one of my all-time favorites!

You can see “Think and Grow Rich” here.

3. “Rich Dad Poor Dad” – Robert Kiyosaki

Poor Dad, Kiyosaki’s biological father, was a brilliant and well-educated man. Dad, on the other hand, was a staunch believer in working hard in school and getting good grades before looking for a decent job. Poor Dad struggled financially despite these allegedly positive attributes.

Rich Dad was the father of Kiyosaki’s best friend. He possessed a work ethic similar to Kiyosaki’s biological father, but with a difference. Rich Dad was a great believer in financial education, understanding how money works, and using money to your advantage. Rich Dad became a millionaire by embracing the power of money despite being an eighth-grade dropout.

This book taught me a lot of principles that I didn’t know before, and if you’re an entrepreneur or even a business owner, you should read it right now!

Check out “Rich Dad Poor Dad” right here!

Conclusion

I gave you my top three business books of all time in this short and sweet post; if you’d like to see a top ten list, leave a comment below, and I’ll see you next time! Also, leave a comment telling me what your favorite business book of all time is, and I will certainly go give it a read!

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