5 Business Books That Will Actually Work

5 Business Books That Will Actually Work

Before you start worrying that we’ve totally lost the plot and are turning to self-help books, fear not Gentlemen, as this is our selection of some of the best business books to get you ahead in work and life this year.

CHOOSE YOURSELF

By James Altucher

New tools and economic forces have emerged to make it possible for individuals to create art, make money and change the world without “help.” With dozens of case studies, interviews and examples, including the author, investor and entrepreneur James Altucher’s own heartbreaking and inspiring story, Choose Yourself illuminates your personal path to building a bright, new world out of the wreckage of the old.

THE FOUR HOUR WORK WEEK


By Timothy Ferriss

While few people may want  or actually achieve a 4 hour work week, there are strong ideas about how to be more efficient at work. The inspiring stories and examples from Tim Ferris will have you dreaming about crossing off amazing things from your bucket list.

THE RICHEST MAN IN BABYLON


By George Clason 

This book dispenses financial advice through a collection of parables set in ancient Babylon. Above all it will teach you that ‘saving’ money is equally as important as ‘making’ money.

THE BUSINESS OF BELIEF 


By Tom Asacker

This instant classic provides the key to motivating yourself, your friends, your family, your coworkers and your customers. This is a mind-challenging book, and while the title says “how” this is really a what-to-do book. When finished, you have to take the “what” and decide the “how” for yourself. A must read.

THE ELEMENT 


By Ken Robinson

There’s more to success than having a dream and getting motivated to achieve it. You must also have talent, and put yourself into an environment that fosters and develops that talent. Much of the battle, according to Ken Robinson and Lou Aronica, is discovering the talents that you possess as an individual. These talents are the signpost that lead to your own, individual, personal success.

  1. I love Altucher’s stuff; kinda Bulkowski meets Gurdjieff. All of Ferriss’ books are good too and I’ll add the rest of these to my queue. thanks!

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