Inspiration Feed / 10 Books to Help You Start a Business in 2020
November 08

Inspiration Feed / 10 Books to Help You Start a Business in 2020

Starting a business can be a daunting task. There is so much to consider before taking the plunge and most entrepreneurs want to make sure they have their bases covered. After all, the learning curve for starting and managing a successful business is steep and the price can be as well.

If you want to start a business, you can learn the ins and outs the traditional way by going to school or getting your MBA. But this can take years and can be quite costly. If you don’t have the time or resources to go back to school,you can learn about business essentials the same way successful entrepreneurs like Bill Gates and Elon Musk do—by reading the right business books.

Almost all these successful entrepreneurs, inventors, and businessmenread religiously. They make time to read books because they know that they can enrich their minds and learn new things that they can apply to their work.

So, if you are planning to start a business, follow in the steps of these great businessmen and start hitting the books. Here are 10 good books you need to read before you take the startup business leap:

Women who Launch: Women Who Shattered Glass Ceilings by Marlene Wagman-Geller

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Is starting a new business the same for women as it is for men? Maybe. Certain aspects of business planning may be the same for men and women, but there are differences too.

Women sometimes face unique challenges when trying to launch their own business, especially when it comes to finding investors or capital money. Sometimes, even for women who have read all the other books and feel they are doing everything just right, it still can be frustrating.

That’s where Women Who Launch comes in. In this book, Wagman-Geller offers inspiration and motivation for women entrepreneurs by shedding some light on the obstacles they may face and how to overcome them. She shares real-life success stories of women entrepreneurs and how they created successful businesses.




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