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7 Good Book Suggestions (Fall 2015 Edition) @habitsguy
There are many books to read—especially if you have a wide range of interests.
So sometimes it’s hard to get good book suggestions, because we all have different tastes.
That said, if you like personal development or entrepreneurship, or have interest in running an online business…
here are seven books to add to your fall reading list!
The Success Principles by Jack Canfield 1 Click book cover to learn more!
What I Like About The Success Principles The first principle: Take 100% Responsibility for Your Life. You can never predict what will happen in the future, but if you’re willing to accept the consequences for every outcome, then you’ll have ultimate control over your personal success.
Click book cover to learn more! How to Be an Imperfectionis by Stephen Guise 2
What I Like About How to Be an Imperfectionist It reinforces the idea that a project doesn’t need to be 100% perfect before others see it. Often, it’s better to take action, get feedback from others and then focus on making constant improvements.
The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy 3 Click book cover to learn more!
What I Like About The Compound Effect Small, Smart Choices + Time + Consistency = Radical Difference What’s surprising is that people tend to devalue the importance of daily action. Instead it’s easier to believe the myth of the overnight success.
Click book cover to learn more! The 12Week Year by Brian P. Moran 4
What I Like About The 12-Week Year The great thing about the 12-week year strategy is it’s perfect for entrepreneurs with goals that constantly change. Often, what seems important one month will seem not-so-important the next. But when you focus on a 12-week sprint, you will work on projects that truly matter.
The 7-Day Startup by Dan Norris 5 Click book cover to learn more!
What I Like About The 7-Day Startup All the market research in the world can’t compare to creating a product, putting it in front of customers and then asking them to buy it. Focus on creating a minimal viable product and shipping it as fast as possible.
Click book cover to learn more! The End of Jobs by Taylor Pearson 6
What I Like About The End of Jobs A wakeup call for anyone who thinks that a list of credentials is the only thing they will need to get ahead in the world. Perfect for people who are early in their entrepreneurial journey, current students who are unsure about their degrees or 9-to-5 employees who wonder about their “next step.”
Click book cover to learn more! Ask by Ryan Levesque 7
What I Like About Ask The Ask strategy runs counterintuitive to what entrepreneurs normally do in a market. With the Ask strategy, you only launch a product when you know it solves a specific problem that many people experience.
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