Thinking of starting your very own business? It can be a tough job. Experts suggest that listening to audiobooks is a great help to keep new entrepreneurs on the right track.
Here’s the list of audiobooks that can boost your knowledge and confidence in starting a new business venture:
Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
Do you want a total life turn around? Listening to this book will surely help entrepreneurs to prepare for odds and challenges that can come when running a business. Napoleon Hill exposed how successful people reach success despite difficulties.
The book will also teach you how to make a practical plan that you can use in your own life and business. You will uncover the resources that are already available to you and how you can use it.
Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki
Learn money management and proper mind-set in business. Robert Kiyosaki’s wisdom will help you understand the difference of good debt and bad debt. It will also introduce to you the concept of cash flow and the four types of individual: Employed, Self-Employed, Business owner, and Investor.
This book is also great for employees who have little idea on how businesses make money. It will help newbie entrepreneurs to know what they should expect when starting a business.
$100 Startup by Chris Guillebeau
Don’t have enough capital to jumpstart a new venture? Discover fascinating stories of successful businesses that started with very little money. $100 Startup will give you concrete tips on how to do the same with your $100.
The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg
Willpower might not be enough to succeed in business. Listening to this audiobook will allow you to unfold the habits that can transform your life.
How to Win at the Sport of Business by Mark Cuban
A rags-to-riches story will surely give you NO excuse to succeed in business. From selling powdered milk drink to owning multi-billion dollar empire will spark the millionaire’s soul in anyone who listens to his story.
Predictably Irrational by Dan Ariely
Having a business requires you to know how to handle people. The audiobook will prepare you on this matter. The book reveals that business people should not expect his team and customers to be rational. As the title implies, he will teach you how to handle the irrational behavior of people that you are to work with.