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"Entrepreneurial DNA: The Breakthrough Discovery that Aligns Your Business to Your Unique Strengths" by serial entrepreneur and author Joe Abraham helps you identify what kind of entrepreneur you are so that you can optimize and leverage your business approach, processes and relationships for maximum success.
If you're hankering for a light read for the weekend, "Scale: Seven Proven Principles to Grow Your Business and Get Your Life Back" by Jeff Hoffman and David Finkel won't be it. Instead, it's a practical manual targeted at the serious entrepreneur who intend to free themselves from crushing everyday concerns and take their business to a totally new level.
"In a world of extreme clutter you need more than differentiation. You need RADICAL differentiation. The new rule: When everyone zigs, zag."
Tony Schwartz, CEO of The Energy Project and the co-author of the bestselling 'The Power of Full Engagement', argues that it's all about managing your energy in his new book 'The Way We're Working Isn't Working'.
"The Three Rules - How Exceptional Companies Think", written by Michael E. Raynor and Mumtaz Ahmed, argues that it's how exceptional companies think, and not what they do or how they act, that really determines their success. #thethreerules
An extract from "The ABCs of Success: The Essential Principles from America's Greatest Prosperity Teacher" by Bob Proctor to be published June 9 by Tarcher, an imprint of Penguin Publishing Group, a division of Penguin Random House LLC. Copyright © 2015, Bob Proctor.
Internet entrepreneur Fabian Lim's book "Click! Work Anytime, Live Anywhere" looks at helping readers change their minds and attitudes about entrepreneurial success, and recommends various personal productivity and time management tools to help busy, busy people to streamline their own lives.
The selection of books on business seems limitless, but entrepreneurs can pay special attention to those that offer a spark of entrepreneurial spirit. Inspiration, innovation, management, leadership, and more are all addressed in these books.
The author of "The Cowshed: Memories of the Chinese Cultural Revolution", Ji Xianlin (1911-2009), was one of those persons who became victim of the Cultural Revolution and was made to suffer the torture even worse than from the cruel emperors of China.
Why are some folks blessed with riches while others struggle to make ends meet? What is the magic formula to wealth? The answer, according to renowned millionaire guru and author of "Secrets of the Millionaire Mind" T. Harv Eker, is found in one's money blueprint.
Richard Keith Latman saw his startup company Microworkz go from the brink of tremendous success to being shut down, have himself enter personal bankruptcy and his personal life destroyed. He chronicles that experience and the aftermath in the book "The Good Fail: Entrepreneurial Lessons from the Rise and Fall of Microworkz".
How does one become a world class performer in any field? Can we improve our chances of success despite being born to adverse conditions? With an eye-catching title and an alluring subtitle – "What Really Separates World-Class Performers from Everybody Else" – Fortune editor-at-large Geoff Colvin’s book "Talent is Overrated" provides excellent food for thought in today’s knowledge economy.
"Can't Buy Me Like: How Authentic Customer Connections Drive Superior Results" by long-time journalist Bob Garfield and CEO of MEPlusYOU Doug Levy urges companies are urged to shift from transaction and campaign-oriented consumer marketing to a more purposeful, trust-oriented form of relationship era marketing in the onset of a "Relationship Era".
Written in tongue-in-cheek fashion with unabashed directness, "The Book of Business Awesome / The Book of Business UnAwesome" is a unique two-in-one volume by "UnMarketing" consultant Scott Stratten that's laced with numerous case studies on what worked - and sucked - in the fields of social media, PR, customer service, HR, branding and other related areas.
Mark Faust's "Growth or Bust: Proven Turnaround Strategies to Grow Your Business" is a manual for business owners and executives to find untapped growth potential for their company, and is especially useful for those whose business is in some form of stagnation or regression, and has difficulty growing.
In the book "Three Commitments of Leadership: How Clarity, Stability, and Rhythm Create Great Leaders", authors Tom Endersbe, Jon Wortmann, and Jay Therrien - all of whom are learning and development experts - attempt to distil individual experiences and learning to piece together a model of leadership that can be applied to any organization, big or small.