8 Business Books Entrepreneurs Must Read to Dominate Their Industry

To succeed as an entrepreneur, you should read far and wide. Some books that can help get you (and keep you) at the top of your game are Top of Mind by John Hall, Self-Employed by Joel Comm and John Rampton, The Miracle Morning for Entrepreneurs by Hal Elrod and Cameron Herold, Outside Insight by J?rn Lyseggen, Deep Work by Cal Newport, What If It Does Work Out? by Susie Moore, and The Entrepreneur’s Book of Actions by Rhett Powers

Key Takeaways:

  • With Top of Mind, you’ll learn how delivering value and serving others is key to staying relevant and keeping your brand in the minds of the stakeholders who matter most to you.
  • If you’re contemplating heading out on your own to start a business and wondering whether you have the skills to succeed, Self-Employed by Joel Comm and John Rampton is a must.
  • The Miracle Morning explains principles to give you the essential skills you need to create a successful business and personal life, accelerate your influence, and develop your vision.

“Looking solely at your company’s internal data won’t give you all the necessary information you need to make the most informed decisions about your content, products or services.”

Read more: https://www.entrepreneur.com/article/293844

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