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Tops Books for Entrepreneurs

As someone who loves to read about everything, especially entrepreneurship, technology, and business, I’ve come across a handful of books that I found to be extremely useful for startups and small businesses. Here are my top reads for the fall season. 12 Secrets of Highly Successful Women: A Portable Life Coach for Creative Women–Gail McMeekin […]

As someone who loves to read about everything, especially entrepreneurship, technology, and business, I’ve come across a handful of books that I found to be extremely useful for startups and small businesses. Here are my top reads for the fall season.

12 Secrets of Highly Successful Women: A Portable Life Coach for Creative Women–Gail McMeekin

Gail McMeekin offers a wealth of advice for the specific challenges women face today: thinking too small, underestimating the need for change, fearing the future, and lacking self-confidence. She combines interviews with some of today’s most successful women and her own proven success strategies to help readers transcend their “blocks” and achieve success. 


The Digital Transformation Cookbook: How To Transform Your People, Process, and Data–Maulik Shah and Brian Maya (editor and illustrator)

Maulik Shah, CEO and co-founder of technology consulting firm, Invonto teaches entrepreneurs and founders why digital transformation is critical in today’s business environment, how to develop a strategy that can be implemented easily, as well as the companies that are paving the digital transformation future.


Mind Your Business: A Workbook to Grow Your Creative Passion Into a Full-time Gig–Ilana Griffo

This book is one of the most comprehensive guides I’ve read in a while. The author covers everything in business from A to Z, including branding, legal entity structure, customer service, digital marketing, and SEO. After I read this book, I thought I earned an MBA.


Atomic Habits: An Easy & Proven Way to Build Good Habits & Break Bad Ones–James Clear

Jame Clear teaches readers simple ways to create and keep new habits and break old ones. As someone who has a hard time keeping new habits and always sliding back to old ones, I found this book to be extremely helpful.

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