5 MUST READ INSPIRING BOOKS FOR 2022
For a leading-edge entrepreneur, being self-motivated and self-educated are cardinal qualities to have. Amidst this competitive corporate era, business leaders need to excel in every aspect. The ultimate way to enlighten yourself with knowledge is to read, read and read! So our Prime Insights team is back again with another fascinating blog dedicated to these 5 Must Read Inspiring Books for 2022. Each book listed here is a planetary instrument to develop a productive mindset and influence the way you understand your business. So make sure to stay tuned with us till the end to know more about these books.
Secrets of the Millionaire Mind: Mastering the Inner Game of Wealth
Written by T. Harv Eker, Millionaire Mindset talks about the concept of thinking successfully to become successful. Sounds interesting? Well, it is! Every millionaire once started as a novice and collects various facts to fill the gaps between dreaming and achieving success. Many people become rich while some struggle throughout their lives with financial struggles. What according to a layman makes the difference? Is it between their mindset, proactivity, wisdom, perception, habits, and skills amongst other psychological assets?
Well T. Harv Eker denies all of them. He has spilled his groundbreaking apprehensions in his book where he talks about identifying an individual’s blueprint for money and success. Our minds have the power to have a blueprint to use the money judiciously but we don’t do justice to it. This piece of perfection by Eker takes you to another space of financial conventionality and helps to identify your blueprint of money.
Start with Why: How Great Leaders Inspire Everyone to Take Action?
Written by the popular optimist Mr. Simon Sinek, this book surely deserves a mention in this list. Ranked as the #1 Best Global Seller Book in Entrepreneurship, the author throws light on the important framework needed for a business and asks why you want to do business. Because in business, it doesn’t matter what industry you’re from. The fact that carries all the weight is, “Why did you start it, to remind yourself of the golden circle of why, how, and what?” Readers can also relate to the practical examples, studies, and research quoted by Mr. Sinek.
The Dolphin and the Shark: Stories on Entrepreneurship
Shark Tank India fame, a trailblazing women entrepreneur, and the Executive Director of Emcure Pharmaceuticals, Mrs. Namita Thapar shares her experience of being a judge on Shark Tank India and an integral facet of the Indian Pharmaceutical industry. The book also gives a closer look at how the upcoming entrepreneurs need to maintain a balance between being aggressive and empathetic leaders. It is broadly divided into 15 chapters and focuses on skills like pitching for investment, getting the right mentors, dense networking, and other lessons that an entrepreneur should have. The book also has all the candid anecdotes of her journey as a women entrepreneur.
The E-Myth Revisited: Why Most Small Businesses Don’t Work and What to do about it?
Written by legendary entrepreneur Michael E. Gerber, the book caters to the significant essentialities of the small business market. This book breaks the conception that most people who start their businesses are entrepreneurs. It requires many more knowledgeable insights and expertise to become a successful leader. It also talks about the entire timeline of starting small businesses, right from the inception till synthesizing an organization. The E-Myth is especially for small business owners who wish to reshape their business and create a legacy.
The Lean Startup: How Constant Innovation Creates Radically Successful Businesses
To finish off today’s list, we have the book, “The Lean Startup” written by a prolific business leader, best known for pioneering the Lean Startup Movement- Mr. Eric Ries. This dynamic book educates about handling and preventing the failures of a business by leveraging your customer’s demands. The Lean Startup revolves around the idea of giving voice to the customer’s needs and incorporating them into your business. This book educates you about rekindling your vision, adapting to new trends, and adjusting to the crowded corporate bubble is of utmost necessity for new startups to survive in the longer run.
Well, with that we wrap up our blog for today. We hope you enjoyed knowing about these books and will add some of them to your reading list. Sure enough, after reading these books you will find yourself a little wiser and more focused than you were yesterday!