Each of us can acquire many inspirations and motivations as well as valuable advices and great experiences through reading. You can consider the following five books if you need motivation in business or plan to start your business.
1. The Magic of Thinking Big (by David J. Schwartz)
Your performance or success is not depended on physical looking, education, intellectual, talent, discipline of work, territory, or health, but depend on your thinking and action. That is the magic of thinking big.
You’ll learn the power of confidence, destroy disbelief and the negative power it create, turn defeat into victory, how to think big and dream creatively, how to use goals to success, great leadership, and many more. Life is too short to be little. Feel the magic of this book!
2. Start With Why (by Simon Sinek)
How the great leaders like Steve Jobs, Martin Luther King Jr., and the Wright Brothers inspire and motivate others? They all have one common – start with why, which inspire everyone to take action.
The core values of why make your organization more profitable, more innovative, more influential than others as well as create greater loyalty among employees. What is your why? You can find your answer in this book!
3. To Sell Is Human: The Surprising Truth About Moving Others (by Daniel H. Pink)
Fresh graduates sell their skills to the future employers during the interviews. Founders pitch their business ideas to the prospective investors to ask for funding. Salespersons try to persuade the customers to purchase the products or services. If you realize, all those activities are involving with sell.
Theoretically, extroverts sell better than an introvert, and talkative people are good in sales? Pink disagrees with the above statements. Why? You also can find the compelling pitches techniques to get what you want in this book.
4. Pro-Sumer Power II! How To Create Wealth By Being Smarter, Not Cheaper, and Referring Others To Do The Same (by Dr. Bill Quain)
The concept of pro-sumer power is that produces make money. Consumers spend money, but pro-sumers make money while they spend money.
Consumers don’t really save money even they buy the discount products. Buying cheap is not always better as you need to sacrifice your precious time. What is referral-based partnerships and how you generate income by becoming pro-sumer? Check it out!
5. Rich Dad’s Cashflow Quadrant: Rich Dad’s Guide To Financial Freedom (by Robert T. Kiyosaki)
In this world, there are four types of people who make up the world of business: employees (E), self-employed (S), business owners (S), and investors (I). What’re their differences?
If you’re ready to move out from the rat race or change quadrants from E and S categories to B or I category, then this book is a must for for you. Most of the skills required to become a successful B or I also will be shared throughout this book. So, don’t miss out!