My Secret List Of Recommended Books

Find a great list of recommended (business) books

For all the business people I’ve compiled a list of books that I recommend reading. This is my (secret) list of recommended books.

Business & Entrepreneurship Books

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Faith Driven Entrepreneur by Henry Kaestner

One of the most recents book I read about Entrepreneurship is this book. It’s full of wisdom for entrepreneurs who not only are in the business of making money, but also want to make an impact in the world. This book is an absolute must for those whose mission is greater than themselves. 

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The Millionaire Fastlane by MJ DeMarco

My all time favorite is by far The Millionaire Fastlane by MJ DeMarco. The title may be a bit sleazy, but don’t be afraid. It isn’t all about lambos and how to get rich quick. It’s a complete blueprint of how to start your life as an entrepreneur. The book focuses a lot on the main vehicle of starting a business: you. Expect to get some golden nuggets when it comes to entrepreneurship.

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How To Get Rich by Felix Dennis

If there is only one thing you would learn from this book it is this: ownership is the ONLY important thing in business. This book contains a lot of golden nuggets when it comes to business and ownership of a business. It is almost a complete auto-biography of the highly successful entrepreneur Felix Dennis. He shares his own experience of building a multi million dollar empire.

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Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki

No business book list is complete without Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki. However similar to the previous two books, it basically teaches you the difference between how rich people think vs how poor people think. An example is how rich vs poor people think about assets. Rich people see income generating entities as assets. Poor people view their own house as an asset. Who do you think is right?

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Reminiscences of a Stock Operator by Edwin Lefèvre

The business of stock trading and operating is as old as more than 200 years. However the principles back then are still the same today. If there’s something that never changes, it’s the behaviour of people. Edwin Lefèvre does a great job describing how the stock markets really works. He’s considered a legend, and many people consider his writings to be one of the best on trading and investing. This is a true classic.