Top 10 Best Books for Starting a Business
November 21

Top 10 Best Books for Starting a Business

Opening a new business from the scratch needs a lot of work, research and growth. Strong vision and management abilities and experience will help a lot on improving your business from 0 to millions. And if you want to lead a profitable business books on the management business for start ups will teach you do’s and don’ts on this matter.

Now let’s begin the list of 10 books for starting a business and making it grow stronger and successful.

10. Million Dollar Consulting- by Alan Weiss

Originally published: 1992

Author: Alan Weiss

Rating:  4/5

Alan Weiss bring this masterpiece guide to consulting success. This classic bestseller has inspired millions of consultant and entrepreneurs around the world.

9. Will it fly? – by Thomas K. McKnight

Originally published: 2004

Author: Thomas K. McKnight

Rating: 3.8/5

Will your business idea fly and reach success? This book is perfect for evaluating and evolving innovative market concepts. Fast, confidential, and reliable, it addresses 44 key elements of success, distilling experience from more than 200 business launches. 

8. The Barefoot Executive – by Carrie Wilkerson

Originally published: 22 August 2011

Author: Carrie Wilkerson

Rating: 3.8/5

Carrie Wilkerson walks you through the process of building the business you need in this book about achieving the life you want. You have a lot of questions on the process. How to remain focused on your target? For succeeding faster where to get the help? How to connect your company with the right demand? all the questions are in this book.

7. Start Run & Grow a Successful Small Business – by Toolkit Media Group

Paperback, 720 pages

Published: April 1st, 2008 by Toolkit Media Group

Rating: 3.5/5

New laws and regulations, this book provides current and prospective small-business owners valuable insight and guidance for not only starting a business, but also successfully running one. Advices on how to manage cash flow, strategies for improving a strategic strategy that is effective and attracts funding, and advice on how to keep your tax liabilities under management.

6. Escape from Cubicle Nation – by Pamela Slim

Originally published: 2009

Author: Pamela Slim

Rating: 4.1/5

Pamela Slim wants to inspire entrepreneurs that are still stuck working on a company and want to go solo. Pamela is a retired corporate training manager that decided to go solo and loves every moment of it. So she definitely explains how hard is escaping from corporate world and deciding to start a company on your own. The emotions, strength and determination that you need you can search it in this book.

5. The Art of the Start – by Guy Kawasaki

Originally published: 2004

Author: Guy Kawasaki

Rating: 3.9/5

New product, new business, new company well everything new. Where there’s a will it’s a solution for everything. Guy Kawasaki offers the basic guidance for anybody beginning something, from a global company to a community organization, in The Art of the Start.

4. Zero To One

Author: Peter Thiel and Blake Masters

Published: September 16th, 2014 by Crown Business

Rating: 4.4/5

World is a mystery that has always different territory to find and new technologies to develop. Visionary Peter Thiel in his book teaches how to discover different ways to build a new product.

3. Women Who Launch

Author: Marlene Wagman-Geller

Format: Kindle Edition

Rating: 4.6/5

This book is a collections of true events about female activists and creators who found out some of the world’s best-known businesses, brands and made a change. It is a mark that talks about female empowerment.

2. The $100 Startup

Author: Chris Guillebeau

Published: 8 May 2012

Rating: 4.4/5

This book tells that with freedom and reason you can create everything on your own.  is a book that primarily focuses on moving past the barriers that we and others place in front of our desires.

1. Steve Jobs: The Exclusive Biography – by Walter Isaacson

Originally published: 24 October 2011

Author: Walter Isaacson Cover

Artist: Albert Watson

Rating – 4.1/5

This globally bestselling biography book is based on the supreme symbol of inventiveness Steve Jobs. Includes more than 40 interviews with Steve Jobs and more interviews with family, colleagues and rivals.