If you are an aspiring entrepreneur, then reading should be in on your day to day list. I have compiled the list of 5 most motivating and guiding books which every Entrepreneur must read. Many of you may have already read some or all the following books but if not then DO READ IT.
1. Zero to One
by Peter Thiel with Blake Masters
This book focuses on starting business which creates new innovative things. How working on new things is important than copying Big Company founders? How new technology can help you recreate the world? Answers to these questions are in this book. Technology has become important aspect of everyday life. It is not only about Internet and Mobiles but doing things in better or effective way. Zero to One contains notes about various startups where technology has been used in very effective way. According to me if you want to work or have already started working on next BIG thing then this book is must read
by David Heinemeier Hansson and Jason Fried
This book is for everyone. In our daily 9 to 5 job, working on our own passion in the side-line has become very difficult. But this book teaches us how you can start working on your dream project without all the business clutters and continuing with regular job.
3. Steve Jobs
by Walter Isaacson
Steve Jobs, Innovator of the Century. This book is must read for everyone. Know everything about Steve Jobs, How the first Mac was built, how fonts were created, his deportation from Apple, working with Pixar, how he returned to Apple, all his ups and downs penned beautifully as always by Walter Essacson.
4. Elon Musk: Tesla, SpaceX, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future
by Ashlee Vance
Today’s Steve Jobs and real-life Iron Man. The man behind Tesla, SolarCity, SpaceX, Hyperloop & The Boring Company has really disrupted the world. The story behind his ventures is very interesting and inspiring. If you are afraid of failures, then you should read this book. Even after so many failures and rollercoaster ride, he has revolutionized three industries – Space, Transport and Power.
5. The Lean Startup
by Eric Ries
Creating a product is just a start but making it perfect and growing the customer base is the main challenge. Many startups fail because the product is no more suitable for market or customer. This book teaches us to analyzing product, customer needs, improving product and growing the business.