1. The 4-hour working week, Tim Ferris
Do you dream of earning more while working less? This book will show you how by working 4 hours a week you can earn in a month what you would normally earn in a year. And no, it's not utopian because the author, Tim Ferris, has done it himself. He shares several methods, including prioritising the most profitable tasks and an information diet.
This book is recommended for all (self-)entrepreneurs, especially home-based entrepreneurs who want to be profitable without stressing too much. It will give you time to relax and make all your dreams come true without worrying too much about tomorrow.
2. Not everyone was lucky enough to fail in school, Olivier Roland
Drawing on his own experience and close to 400 personal stories of entrepreneurs, Olivier Roland reveals the secrets of creating a lasting and successful business. He offers advice on how to boost productivity and concentration, and above all, invites all "intellectual rebels" to break away from their daily routine and give in to their desire for freedom.
According to Olivier Rolland, school is certainly a source of knowledge, but it does not always teach what life is all about. I couldn't agree more! As a result, most people leave school with a sense of something incomplete. This book is perfect for awakening your talent and helping you find your way.
3.Your empire in a backpack, Stan Lelup
Stan Lelup offers a way to build a successful business based on human psychology. You don't need a brilliant education to succeed in life, as the author proves with his writings. First of all, you have to know the needs of the market to find the right business idea.
Once the idea has been found, the author suggests a method for evaluating the quality of the business. An important point in the book is to know how to sell the product to customers. In just a few steps, the author offers readers the opportunity to succeed in web marketing.
4. The 25th hour, David Benioff
Do you get the impression that one day is barely enough time to get everything done? Despite technological advances, working hours have increased considerably, but we still feel that we don't get enough done. This book, based on the rule of three tasks, offers you methods used by more than 300 startup founders to save an hour of work a day.
The 25th Hour is one of those books that wisely reminds us that life is short and that we need to know how to invest our time wisely. By knowing how to gradually free ourselves from tasks, from the biggest to the smallest, we can increase our productivity.
5. Zero to One: Notes on Startups, or How to Build the Future, Peter Thiel
According to author Peter Thiel (co-founder of Paypal), successful entrepreneurs like Mark Zuckerberg, Elon Musk and Bill Gates are also the most forward-thinking. To be successful, a company must be able to innovate because the competition is fierce. To become a force to be reckoned with, you have to start from scratch and bring value to the world that didn't exist before.
Offering a new concept is of course a risk, and it is often met with a certain amount of scepticism. But the book teaches us to remain optimistic and determined, because opportunity doesn't come twice. Who knows, maybe the next revolution will be you?
6. The Personal MBA, Holy Grail
An MBA is the Holy Grail for any executive dreaming of a leadership position. This prestigious degree can launch a career at the highest level. However, not everyone can afford to study at the best business schools. This book gives you all the tools you need to get the same basics as an academic education, with the basic concepts of the business world in mind.
The Personal MBA is an alternative to business school, especially if you are self-taught. It will quickly become your board book because, like a dictionary, it has the advantage of bringing together in one place the ABCs of the experienced entrepreneur (marketing, management, finance, accounting, etc.). Reason enough to read it.
7. The Art of the Start 2.0, Guy Kawasaki
L'art de se lancer 2.0 reinforces the information presented in the first edition by Guy Kawasaki. With technology constantly evolving, the entrepreneur needs to master all digital tools such as the cloud and social media... This book covers all the tips for product positioning and solutions for attracting investors.
L'art de se lancer 2.0 contains the key information you need to successfully launch your project: make yourself known and launch new products. With this book, you will learn how to manage your own business so that it thrives.
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