17
Jan
2016

Top 10 business books that you can read even on your vacations

Top 10 business books that you can read even on your vacations

It doesn’t matter if you are a successful business person, trying to be one or happy with your current role in life. Reading a good business book will broaden your horizons, increase your knowledge of the business world and help you to succeed in any walk of life. The following titles are the best books currently available and can even be read on your vacation:

  1. We Are Market Basket by Daniel Korschun & Grant Welker

We Are Market Basket is a story which provides a huge amount of mesons into the power of loyalty and respect. When a CEO is ousted from his company no one is prepared for the fight that the employees and customers will put up to ensure he is reinstated.

we are market basket

  1. Everybody Matters by Bob Chapman and Raj Sisodia

Everybody Matters is a book takes a look at the well known Barry-Wehmiller company and how it functions and has done so well in a competitive market by looking after its employees. It is known to be a firm with outstanding people policies and morals.

  1. The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People: Powerful Lessons in Personal Change by Stephen R. Covey

The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People is a book that covers family life, productivity and the power of positive thinking. There is a four step plan to help you achieve your goals and stop procrastinating. How far are you willing to go to achieve success and inner happiness?

  1. Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

Qualifications and experience are essential if you wish to be successful in business. However, the way you think plays an important part as well. Think and Grow Rich delves into the secrets of those who have achieved phenomenal success through the power of positive thinking.

think and grow

  1. The 4 Hour Work Week:Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere and Join The New Rich

The 4 Hour Work Week provides a huge range of useful insights and tips as to how to become successful and wealthy via the use of brain power over excessive work. Find your perfect work life balance and choose to be happy. Make smart decisions in life and take control. Don’t let anyone tell you what you can and can’t do, and you’ll succeed.

  1. Crucial Conversations by Kerry Patterson, Joseph Grenny, Ron McMillan and Al Switzler

Communication is the key to success regardless of what field you are in. You may need to give public speeches, employee motivating chats or one to one negotiations. This book will show you how to be a great communicator, no matter what the occasion.

  1. How To Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie

People skills are essential to success, How to Win Friends and Influence People will teach you how to adapt your skills and techniques in order to persuade anyone to trust you and agree with your ideas. It doesn’t matter if you need to do this face to face or via social media; there is a technique to it!

how to win friends

  1. Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us by Daniel H Pink

People generally think that the key to success is being driven by the need for money, power and recognition. However, Drive explores the real possibility that motivation stems from a freedom to choose your own path, to grow and succeed on your own terms. This could change the way you motivate yourself and others.

  1. Linchpin: Are You Indispensable? By Seth Godin

Linchpin looks at what it is that makes you truly indispensable at work and how to make sure you are that person. The secret is in recognizing your own skills and carving a career path which caters to your needs and skills. You may be just an employee for now, but there’s greatness waiting for you provided that you are committed to your goals.

  1. The Personal MBA: Master the Art of Business by Josh Kaufman

The author of The Personal MBA believes it is not essential to have an expensive college education in order to succeed in business. Instead, learn how to develop your own skills and educate yourself to become a successful business person.

By Steve Brown and LoveReading.co.uk!

 

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