The Books That Influenced These 10 Successful Entrepreneurs The Most

The Books That Influenced These 10 Successful Entrepreneurs The Most

“The more that you read, the more things you will know. The more that you learn, the more places you’ll go.” – Dr. Seuss   Along with delivering client work, learning should be a regular part of building your business as it can give you a competitive advantage. So, rather than trawling through Amazon or my local bookshop, I took to twitter and asked a few of my followers for their recommendations. Here are their responses: Will King – Founder of King of Shaves (@iamwilliamking) Recommends: Maverick! by Ricardo Semmler  Because: “Any guy who could reinvent a business in hyperinflationary Brazil & suggests people set their own salaries is a star” Jeremy Waite – Global Leader of CMO Programs at IBM (@jeremywaite) Recommends: Start With Why by Simon Sinek Because: “A timeless classic” Kelly Molson – Owner of digital design agency, Rubber Cheese (@TheChiefCheese) Recommends: How To Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie Because: “Really helped my confidence in meetings and networking for the first time.” Frank Meehan – VC SparkLabs Global (@Frank_Meehan) Recommends: Only The Paranoid Survive by Andrew S. Grove Because: “It’s just one of the best and my all time fave” Paul Lindley – Founder of Ella’s Kitchen (@Paul_Lindley) Recommends: Mission: How The Best In Business Break Through by Nick Giles and Michael Hayman Because: “Shows how & why values based & mission based businesses win” Shaa Wasmund MBE – Founder of Smarta (@shaawasmund) Recommends: The Magic of Thinking Big by David Schwartz Because: “It changed how I thought about everything” JP Rangaswami – Chief Data Officer at Deutsche Bank (@jobsworth) Recommends:  Peers Inc. by Robin Chase Robin Chase – Founder of Zipcar and Veniaum (@rmchase)...