You may be stuck for choice when it comes to activities you can take up to ‘kill time’; however, digital libraries have seen an up rise in popularity during the last few months. Reading a book is a healthy alternative to binge-watching our favourite television shows.
With more entrepreneurs making a breakthrough to starting their own business, or more people thinking about starting a business; there are some insightful books that business leaders can look into to take advice on the key to starting-out, growth and eventual success. We take a look at a few of them:
This book is an ideal start for those starting a business or those still in the early stages of business. It features a checklist of all the essentials which you need to see your platform take-off. It takes you through everything from your business attitude to exit strategies, helping you work out if you stand a chance of becoming successful.
This book produced by CHH Incorporated, can be seen as the go-to manual for anyone who is seeking advice or tips on how to make their business a success. If you’re finding certain business aspects tricky, this book answers your questions. It covers everything – from payroll to methods on recruiting and seeing-off staff – with checklists and forms.
Richard Branson is seen as one of the most successful business figures out there. In his tell-all autobiography, Sir Richard looks at his journey as an entrepreneur; not just the success but also the lessons he learnt along the way. You could learn a lot from these lessons too.
Ensuring your business is a success is a journey which requires dedication and patience. In Napolean Hill’s book, there are countless tips and advice on business, but also personal development. Decision-making, desire and faith are all aspects which are looked at in this book. It may have been written in 1937, but the laws are still very relevant today.
David J Schwartz produces a book of providing motivation, whilst providing methods to make the most out of your working life, whilst balancing your personal life. He stresses that you don’t need to be an intellectual or have innate talent to attain great success and satisfaction—but you do need to learn and understand the habit of thinking and behaving in ways that will get you there. This book gives you those secrets!
Whether you aim to become a digital leader, or you've just begun your journey, with only a few of the books we've listed, you're all set for an insightful period of reading.