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Reading is key to learning new skills and expanding a worldview beyond personal experiences. Here are 5 books for entrepreneurs and driven professional to read right now.

Specialized reading is necessary for industry technique and knowledge, but one must also consider research outside of their particular industry or business overall. This list includes a few books directly and indirectly related to business and motivation.
5 Book For Entrepreneurs To Read Right Now

5 Books For Entrepreneurs To Read Right Now

  1. Be Our Guest – Disney Institute W/ Theodore Kimi
  2. Can’t Hurt Me – David Goggins
  3. 12 Rules For Life – Jordan Peterson
  4. The 48 Laws Of Power – Robert Greene
  5. Never Split The Difference – Chris Voss

(Bonus)
The New Jim Crow – Michelle Alexander

Be Our Guest – Disney Institute W/ Theodore Kimi
-To no surprise this book is a fantastic resource for small business owner and professionals looking to understand the “practical magic” behind Disney’s massive operation.

Themes: Practical Magic, Customer Service – as demonstrated through, cast, setting, and process.

Can’t Hurt Me – David Goggins
– David Goggins is a true hero and most uncommon of uncommon people to ever live. His story is one of constant struggle and perseverance in pursuit of a higher standard and higher ability.

Themes: Perseverance, Humility, Self-Help

12 Rules For Life – Jordan Peterson
-To say that this book only offers 12 Rules is a gross understatement. The text provides clarity on ancient teachings from the bible as well as wisdom of the current times.

Themes: What it means to “Be” and how one should “Be”

The 48 Laws Of Power – Robert Greene
– This timeless book captures the essence and potential of different power dynamics between people and organizations. A true guideline for anyone navigating society.

Themes: Power Structures, Influence, Negotiation

Never Split The Difference – Chris Voss
– True accounts from a professional hostage negotiator working with the FBI. The techniques and strategies discussed in this book will give you a leg up in any negotiation (or conversation for that matter).

Themes: Negotiation, Conversationalist, Working against all odds

(Bonus)The New Jim Crow – Michelle Alexander
-An in depth analysis of the structural oppression, known as mass incarceration. The book offers comprehensive timeline of how America found itself with the largest prison population in the world.

Themes: Criminal Justice, Civil Rights, Politics of Crime

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