Money & Business
Books to improve your finances, focus on your career and develop financially. Classic and new, here are the best business and money books
The Compound Effect is an easy-to-use operating system that lets you multiply your success, track your progress, and achieve anything you want. If you’re serious about creating an extraordinary life, use The Compound Effect to achieve your goals.
Shoe Dog is a True Story book of the Man Who Created Nike. In this candid and riveting memoir, Nike founder and CEO Philip Knight shares the inside story behind the company’s early days and its evolution into one the world’s leading brands.
Outliers is a landmark book that will both delight and enlighten readers. Malcolm Gladwell takes us through the world of “Outliers,” where he explores the lives of some of the greatest people who ever lived. He asks the question, “What makes high achievers different from everyone else?”
In David and Goliath, bestseller author Malcolm Gladwell explores how we understand and change our worlds. Ever since then the names of “David” and “Goliath” have stood for battles between small teams and large companies.
Blink is a book about how we perceive the world without thinking, about choices we make that seem to be made instantly, in the blink of our eyes, that actually aren’t quite as simple as they seem at first glance. Blink reveals that great decision makers aren’t those who process the most facts or spend the most time thinking, but instead those who have perfected the skill of “thinning out”, filtering the very few factors they need from an overwhelming number of possibilities.
How to Talk to Anyone covers the lost art of oral communication may be revived by Leil Lowndes. What is that magical skill that makes some people immediately liked and respected? Everyone wants to be friends with that kind of person. They rise quickly to the top of the company. What makes them so successful?
You Are a Bad Ass at making money will help you overcome any fear that has prevented you from achieving financial freedom. Jen Sincero draws on her own personal experience and shows you how anyone can achieve financial independence by following a simple set of rules. She combines hilarious personal stories with bite-sized business concepts that unlock earning potential
Robert Greene and Joost Elkafers have distilled three thousand year of the history of power through 48 essential laws by drawing on the philosophies of Machiavelli, Sun Tzu, Carl Von Clausewitz, and also from the lives and careers of figures ranging from Henry Kissenger to P.T.Barnum.
A group of Navy SEALs who were sent to the most violent battlefields in Iraq faced an apparently impossible mission: help U. S. forces secure Ramadi, the city considered “all but lost” by American commanders. But in gripping first-person accounts of heroism, tragedy, and hard-won victory, they learned that leadership at every level is the most important factor in determining whether a team succeeds or falls apart.