5 Of The Best Business Self-Help Books Of All Time

5 Of The Best Business Self-Help Books Of All Time – The self-help genre can be broken down into dozens of different genres. For example, you have books about managing your time better or overcoming addictions. Another great example of this are business books. These books are mostly aimed at people who want to start a business, or people who solve specific business problems. Either way, here are some of the best business self-help books of all time.

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Rich Dad Poor Dad – Robert T. Kiyosaki

A mega success upon publication, this book has now sold more than 32 million copies. It’s also been translated into more than 40 languages. This book tells the story of two dads – poor dad and rich dad. Poor dad is highly educated, but despite this works a regular job and doesn’t make much money. On the other hand, rich dad is an a wealthy entrepreneur. The book lays out the differing world views of the two dads, and why developing an entrepreneurial mindset is the only way to get rich.

The 4 Hour Work Week – Tim Ferris

Another smash hit when published, the biggest reason for this books success is that promises to fulfill an almost impossible dream. Can you really run a full time business by working only 4 hours a week? According to Tim Ferris you can. The first secret to doing this is starting an online business. The second secret is outsourcing most of your tasks to virtual assistants. Whether this works or not, is up to the reader to experience. The bottom line is that the 4HWW provides a radically different way of looking at work.

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The Richest Man in Babylon 

This book tells the fictional story of a Babylonian named Arkad. This character starts off as a humble scribe and later becomes the richest man in Babylon. The book relates his seven laws for doing this. This includes things like saving money, controlling your expenditures, investing money, buying money generating assets, and saving for the future. While this advice may seem simple, so many people fail to follow these maxims. Having been in print since 1926, this is by far one the best business self-help books of all time

Good to Great – Jim C. Collins

Good to Great asks a simple question. Why are so many business owners simply scraping by, while others do phenomenally well? The book then analyzes these companies and provides advice on how your business can go from “good” to “great.” What the author found is that the biggest step to achieving this is getting out of your comfort zone and developing a culture of discipline. Only by doing this can you radically improve your company.

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Steve Jobs – Walter Isaacson

Would any list of the best business self-help books of all time be complete without mentioning Steve Jobs. Probably not. What’s more, while instructional guides are all very well, biographies are just as valuable. Reading about the lives of successful people can provide unique insights which other books simply cannot. These books can also be incredibly motivating. No one is more successful than Apple co-founder Steve Jobs. This book is considered the ultimate Steve Jobs biography. It covers his life from start to finish and although long, is an absolutely fascinating read.

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