I have to be honest. I haven’t read many good business books lately. But that can change. Here is a great post listing 25 great books that well as the title says every entrepreneur should read. Have you read any of them? If so which ones can you recommend and why?
From the article.
The most successful VCs and company founders are constantly learning. That’s why we’ve rounded up the favorite, career-shaping books of well-known entrepreneurs and venture capitalists, from Amazon’s Jeff Bezos to Microsoft founder Bill Gates.
The business leaders who picked them call these books revelatory, inspirational, and intelligent.
From Ayn Rand’s ” The Fountainhead ” to Geoffrey Moore’s ” Crossing the Chasm ,” these books contain valuable lessons about how to think and problem solve. They are useful for experienced business owners, as well as aspiring entrepreneurs still learning the ropes. “The Innovator’s Dilemma” by Clayton Christensen Jeff Bezos also had his executives read ” The Innovator’s Dilemma ,” one of the all-time most influential business books and a top pick of several other founders and VCs, whose reviews are below.
Steve Blank, a former serial entrepreneur who now teaches at U.C. Berkeley and other schools, says of the book : […]
See the 25 books here.
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