Books · Entrepreneurship

What are some books that help develop an entrepreneurial mindset?

Erwang Li aspiring entrepreneur

February 19th, 2018


Eric Kaufman Managing Director, Acumen Business Advisors,llc, Startegic Advisor to startups and small businesses

February 21st, 2018

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 eric@acumenbusinessadvisors.biz.

Mr. Kelly Johnson Looking for Co-founder

February 22nd, 2018

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.

Nazar Bava Co-founder and Developer

March 1st, 2018

The Law of Success

by Napoleon Hill


http://www.patrickbetdavid.com/top-100-books/

Pete Orologas Built Managed Services/Cloud Business and IT consulting business

February 20th, 2018

The lean startup

victor araoye ENTREPRENEUR, SELF EMPLOYED, HARDWORKING AND EXTREMELY DEDICATED TO SUCCESS.

February 20th, 2018

cashflow quadrant by robert kiyosaki

richest man in Babylon


Alexandre Azevedo Founder of The Traction Stage Blog & Podcast

February 23rd, 2018

Hi, Erwang.

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

Luigi Lira Entrepreneur, networking, R.E. Investor.

March 1st, 2018

Hello, set yourself the goal of reading one book a day if you really want to be an entrepreneur, to get started get those three: 1- Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert kiyosaki. 2- the 10x rule by Grant Cardone. 3- Be obsessed or be average by Grant Cardone.

Darlington Bvudzijena Entrepreneurial. Student Mindset everyday.

February 20th, 2018

Pirates of Somalia & Think and Grow Rich.

Afzaal Ahmad a young entrepreneur and writer, finding co founder, young social mobilizer and event organizer

February 20th, 2018

Rich Dad & Poor Dad by David Kyosaki

Clay Nichols Helping other startups grow after launching 2 successful startups.

February 20th, 2018

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