5 Must Read Books for Business Growth

5 Must Read Books for Business Growth

Raising capital.

Product development.

Buying supplies.

Everyday office tasks.

As an entrepreneur, you have a finger in every pie. It gets especially tough to maintain the momentum when paths of managing and growing a business do not align as well as a business owner would want.

When in doubt, seek high-quality help on the paths that you could take to infuse new life to your organization and bolster business growth? Below are five recommended go-to business growth books.

1) The Lean Startup, Eric Ries

Anyone who is an entrepreneur or on the path of becoming one should definitely give this one a read. The Lean Startup is especially for those who have elaborate business plans but need an approach that touches upon building and creating a successful venture. The book also talks about innovation and how businesses can adapt and adjust before their startup deviates from its vision.

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2) Money: Master The Game, Tony Robbins

Managing money, the right way, is the key for a successful business, and what better way than to hear it from the horse’s mouth? The book has successful investors such as Warren Buffett and Steve Forbes speaking about the “blueprint” they followed to make and accumulate their wealth.

This book is not just for entrepreneurs, it is for people from all walks of life. Understand complex financial concepts in a delightfully simplified manner and put them to use.

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3) Way of the Junglepreneur: Art of Succeeding and Surviving in Tough Business, David Oludotun Fasanya

The world of business is a jungle and this book is a guide on how to not just survive but thrive in this challenging jungle terrain. With over 20 years of experience in managing, investing, and funding different businesses in both Africa and Europe, David’s valuable insights will surely benefit all budding and veteran business owners.

Included in the book are different business “adventures” and experiences with a clear focus on answering questions readers may have at the end of every chapter.

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4) 7 Habits of Highly Effective People, Stephen R. Covey

They say, “All work and no play make Jack a dull boy.”

Covey’s 7 Habits of Highly Effective People makes sure you do not lose the steam and turn into a burnt-out fossil-like Jack. This book should be treated as a manual for those who aim to smash both professional and personal goals.

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5) Ogilvy on Advertising, David Ogilvy 

Even after years of its publication, the “Ogilvy on Advertising” is a must-read for those in the field. With story-telling as a medium, David Ogilvy, also known as Father of Advertising, shares his wisdom on what works, how to run ad-agencies, the importance of research, crafting a good copy, and what the future could look like.

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Do you have any book recommendations on business growth? Do tell us in the comment section.  

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