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Celebrate your love for entrepreneurship and reading with these business development books.
Each October, National Book Month allows us to celebrate and expand our love of reading. Throw in our love for entrepreneurship and you get these three books we challenge you to read this month!
Business Development Books You Should Read
People Skills: How to Assert Yourself, Listen to Others, and Resolve Conflicts by Robert Bolton
Success in business demands excellent interpersonal skills because the business world is centered around relationships. People Skills is a guidebook for handling common interactions and mitigating or resolving conflicts. The book examines fundamental human psychology and offers advice on how to advocate for yourself and take care of your needs without upsetting or alienating other people. To acquire what you want without damaging relationships, the book gives examples of how to read body language, recognize emotional signs, and apply conversational skills. Building effective relationships with clients or coworkers start with a solid understanding of communication and emotional intelligence, which this book provides.
Traction: Get a Grip on Your Business by Gino Wickman
Traction is a guide for gaining momentum in business ventures. Many business owners devote the majority of their time on fighting fires and solving problems like employee conflict, a lack of funding, production problems, or slower-than-expected growth. This guide demonstrates to leaders how to advance goals. Six essential elements of entrepreneurship are outlined in the book: people, vision, data, issues, traction, and process. Organizations can build on their roots and advance their goals by correctly balancing these factors.
The Hard Thing About Hard Things: Building a Business When There Are No Easy Answers by Ben Horowitz
The Hard Thing About Hard Things is one of the most popular books on business. Ben Horowitz lays bare the struggles of entrepreneurship in an honest account of what it takes to run a startup. The book explores the realities of holding ultimate accountability, being the deciding factor on business choices, and leading through uncertainty. Chapters address challenging scenarios like conducting layoffs and demotions, hiring executives, eliminating office politics, and evaluating yourself as a CEO. The Hard Thing About Hard Things offers battle strategies for every trial of entrepreneurship.