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Best Business Books to Read of All Time
The Best Business Books can help entrepreneurs, freelancers, creatives, and professionals improve their lives at home and at work.
"Not all readers are leaders,but all leaders are readers. "
- Warren Buffet spends 5-6 hours reading every day;
- Mark Zuckerberg's goal is to read at least one book every two weeks;
- Mark Cuban (Mark Cuban) read 3 hours a day;
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36 Best-Selling Business Books of All Time in the World 2023
1. The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham
Why read: Buffett’s recommendation word- " My financial life has changed due to the purchase of (this book) ".
2. Business Adventure by John Brooks
Why you read: "Best Business Book" by Buffett + Bill Gates.
3. Factfulness by Hans Rosling
Why read: Gates thinks the essential guide to thinking clearly about the world
4. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey
Why read: One of the most enlightening and influential books ever, which changed the president and tens of millions of CEOs.
5. A Short History of Nearly Everything by Bill Bryson
Why read: Gather the top human wisdom and tell the history of modern science in popular language.
6. Guerrilla Multilevel Marketing by Jay Conrad Levinson
Why read: Finding customers in an "eclectic" way will completely change the marketing strategy of small business owners.
7. Silicon Valley by Christoph Keese
Why read: Stop using outdated management concepts and tools.
8. No Rules: Netflix and Reshaping Culture by Reed Hastings
Why read: Use no rules to define the principles of management and leadership in the 21st century.
9. High Growth Handbook by Elad Gil
Why read it: An encyclopedia of startup CEOs, a practical guide to specific issues.
10. Human Compatible by Stuart Russell
Why read: From now to the future, no company will be able to bypass AI. Understanding AI is as important as understanding yourself.
11. Blue Ocean Strategy by W. Chan Kim
Why read: Why do you have to swim naked in the Red Sea?
12. Shoe Dog by Phil Knight
Why read: If you let a world-renowned CMO vote for your favorite brand, it must be Nike to win. This book is why Nike is Nike.
13. Business Outsider by William N. Thorndike
Why read: What is a successful CEO? The Nobel Prize winner gives you the answer.
14. The Art of War by Sun Tzu
Why read: Chairman Mao said... I won’t go into details for now.
15. Daring Greatly: Subvert your inner fragility by Brene Brown
Why read: We are afraid of uncertainty, risk, and emotional exposure because it makes us feel vulnerable. How to face vulnerability correctly?
16. Good to Great by Jim Collins
Why read: How to change from a good company to a great company.
17. Disrupting Class by Clayton Christensen
Why read: What are the innate advantages that small companies can use to defeat large companies.
18. The Wealth of Nations by Adam Smith
Why read it: A basic book of classical economics, Musk suggests reading it together with Marx’s Capital.
19. Deep Work by Cal Newport
Why read: How to stay focused in a world of information explosion.
20. Emotional Intelligence (Why EQ is More Important than IQ) by Daniel Goleman
Why read: Building emotional intelligence is one of the best ways to increase business success.
21. The Hitchhiker's Guide to the Galaxy by Douglas Adams
Why read: When 12-year-old Musk asked about the meaning of being alive, this book gave him a positive inspiration. Moreover, cyberpunk is so hot, that you should always know its source.
22. How to Win Friends & Influence People
23. The One Thing
24. The E-Myth Revisited
25. Company of One
What is lacking are three points:
- How to do the specific work (the author assumes that this is the professional skills of the reader),
- How to convert customers/negotiations/pricing (potential customers will not take the initiative to pay for themselves),
- Encounter How to deal with the problem (small personal companies are most likely to encounter all kinds of bad things and bad customers).
26. The Hard Thing About Hard Things
28. The Lean Startup by Eric Ries
30. Tools of Titans
31. The Power of Broke
32. Zero to One by Peter Thiel
The excerpts are as follows:
- Bold attempts are better than mediocrity and conservative
- Bad plans are better than no plans
- It is difficult to obtain excessive profits in a competitive market, and a monopoly is possible
- Marketing and products are equally important
33. The Compound Effect
34. The 4-Hour WorkWeek
After reading the complete book, I feel:
- I don’t have to wait until I retire to enjoy a better life.
- Packing up the house today, I found that 80% of the plastic bags I collected might not be used for a lifetime, so I threw them away.
- I keep reminding myself when I work, do these things I am doing make sense to me? So it was a very simple but efficient week.
- Thank you, TIM for teaching me a quick reading in the book. I want to apply this method to more scopes.
35. The Great Crash 1929
36. Who Says Elephants Can't Dance?
Conclusion of Top Best-Selling Business Books of All Time you must read in 2023
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