Marketing books are a treasure trove of short, actionable steps you can take to market your company. The takeaway is that to reach seven figures, you’ll need to take a different approach than you’re currently taking, starting with how you see yourself and your relationship with money. You’ll find advice about defining your target audience to effective networking strategies and cold calling tips. To help you prepare for your eventual takeover of the business world, we've compiled a list of the 6 best books on entrepreneurs. They're inspiring, irreverent, and exactly what you need to get motivated.
"The Memo: What Women of Color Need to Secure a Seat at the Table" by Minda Harts
Advice on business and career should not be delivered on a one-size-fits-all basis. Author Minda Harts addresses the realities of women of colour in the workplace in "The Memo," and gives practical suggestions for overcoming the particular problems that women of colour confront at work.
Although Paul Jarvis’ book is considered a book about entrepreneurship, rather than marketing, it is written to help business owners think about how they operate their companies, including the customers they pursue.
Vaynerchuk outlines how to connect with customers and beat your competition on social media. Social media is a crucial component of building a successful business, and Vaynerchuk's practical advice shows you how to transform traffic into sales for impressive results.
Think and Grow Rich was published during the Great Depression and still endures. Napoleon Hill interviewed “more than five hundred of the most successful men this country has ever known” to suss out the universal building blocks required to amass a fortune.
In this read, author Tiffany Dufu shares how to redefine expectations, and take on less to create more space for success. Drop the Ball is an engaging read for anyone who is struggling with overwhelm, and needs a little extra help focusing on the right goals.
This book was an answer to the worldwide attention received by Sandberg's 2010 TED Talk in which she reinvigorated the conversation about women in the workplace. Packed with personal anecdotes, data, and practical advice on how to build a satisfying career.