5 books you need to read before starting a business

One of the best ways to gather as much information as possible is by reading. All the most successful people you know or hear about are avid readers and use reading as their primary source of information gathering.

The Founder's Dilemma

Starting a new business is no small workload to take on. There are many things to be considered and it is important to have as much knowledge and information as possible via research and all other channels that helps.

To this end, here are five books you should read before starting your business:

This book focuses on helping people who are about to go into business take proactive steps and help them avoid mistakes that can have a hugely negative impact on their business.

This book is designed to serve as an entrepreneurs guide through many changes that a startup brings as well as how to effectively manage a budget and have time to innovate and make ones way in the business world.

This is an amazing book that helps new founders discover and understand when they reach the “point of incompetence” and how to hire great people to help with it.

This book breaks down how Walt Disney’s mantra of “dream, believe, dare, do” has helped transform businesses across the world.

This book delves into Salesforce’s unhindered journey up the ladder of success, emphasizing how you can use unique qualities of your business to generate extensive revenue.


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