Self help books can be a game changer in the every day life of an entrepreneur. They can help in developing the person into who they are meant to be. It will also help in putting their life into perspective. Self help books have helped me personally in both understanding myself and understanding the problems I am facing. They have provided context to the obstacles right in front of me and have offered a solution to solving them. So without further wait, here are my top 10 self help books of all time.
Think and Grow Rich
Think and Grow Rich is a timeless classic and a great intro guide into how the world class think. A lot of people are misguided into thinking that money is the way to determine this. They couldn’t have been way off!
It is not the amount of money that decides whether a person is rich or poor. It is the mindset that determines it. Without this mindset, you will never be able to reach a level of wealth. Wealth that is far more than you can ever imagine.
How to Win Friends and Influence People
In this book, Carnegie will go over the many ways to build quality relationships with people. This includes learning skills such as:
How to make a good impression
How to win people over to your points of view without arguing
These are skills that every entrepreneur should have and develop for their business’s success.
The One Thing
Written by Gary Keller (co-founder of real estate firm Keller Williams), this book explains that every successful business got to that point because of one thing. This one thing is going to be different depending on what that particular business is. However, the concept of the one thing applies in every business.
If you are not figuring out what that one thing in your business, you are not getting the most out of it. Even if you are getting revenue.This is a book that you must buy and read. The concepts and ideas that this book offers can catapult your current success. Not only catapult it, but do so to the stratusphere if the principles are followed.
The Slight Edge
So what is the slight edge?
The slight edge is merely a priciple. What kind of priciple? It’s a principle that says the small choices that we make everyday consistently will be the difference. More specifically, the between whether someone reaches success or someone reaches failure.
The Compound Effect
The Power of Now
The Subtle Art of Not Giving a F*ck
The Power of Habit