I'm completing my own book for startup founders. The working title is "Preparing for Success."
If anyone is interested, I would be happy for some feed back. You can contact me at email@example.com.
As an entry level book to get you to initially start thinking in a different way than most non entrepreneurs do, Rich Dad Poor Dad is great. Good for young readers too.
The lean startup
The Law of Success
by Napoleon Hill
I strongly recommend you these two books:
1) The Lean Startup (Eric Ries) - http://amzn.to/2FnYt13
2) The Startup Owner's Manual (Steve Blank/Bob Dorf) - http://amzn.to/2sJvP84
Pirates of Somalia & Think and Grow Rich.
What Customers Want
amazing book. Customers don't know what product they want, they only know what *outcomes* they want. And outcomes must be very very specific: A change in a metric. So not "easy to use", but "Choose document template and create new document in 3 clicks", etc.
The Lean Startup
cashflow quadrant by robert kiyosaki
richest man in Babylon
The E Myth Revisited: Michael E Gerber
Try Robin Sharma's Monk who sold his Ferrari and almost all his books are good for a healthy entrepreneurual mindset