Discover. Find wisdom in recommended books.

Here is a list of our book recommendations. We’ve read every single book here at least once and most of them twice or more times. We can highly recommend all of them to help you on your journey as a successful entrepreneur.

Feel free to leave your comments below the book details pages and let us know what you think about it. The links point to amazon.com, but using the details given, you should be able to find those at your preferred retailer. Enjoy!

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The Lean Startup

If you want to know how to introduce a product into a market without getting lost while reducing the risk immensely, this book is for

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Platform

Platform – Get noticed in a noisy world, is a book about creating a platform to promote yourself and your business. Michael Hyatt has written a few books in the past and is well known within the productivity movement.

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The E-Myth Revisited

It is probably the best book of the whole series of E-myth books (entrepreneurial myth). The author Michael E. Gerber revised the original version in

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Twist

Julie has nailed to the ground with her idea to twist things around. Reading this has opened my mind to completely new ideas on how

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Think Wrong

Reading Think Wrong, or as its secondary title says, How to Conquer the Status Quo and Do Work That Matters, was a game-changer for me. It’s such a phenomenal book that focuses on helping you think and act outside the box. It has several authors, who are all amazing and talented innovators in their field.

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Dare to Lead

Anyone in a leadership position, which I think is everyone, even if only leading yourself, should be the best he can be in this role. And this book is my guide.

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Make Your Life Great

If you’ve ever heard of NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming), you’ve must have heard of Richard Bandler. He is one of the founders and the main driving

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