We believe your time is as valuable as ours, so we have handpicked some books which we found to be very helpful. We believe in quality reading rather than just reading. What you read, also matters.
“I don’t want to read everything. I just want to read hundred great books over and over.“Naval
Live Intentionally: Discipline, Mindset, Direction – A 90 Day Self-Project: This is the best program if you want to get your life in control. This program will get your life in control and purge you from all the bad habits. After this program, you’ll be able to unleash your potential and fill you with confidence. You’ll have a winning mindset. You’ll become the best version of yourself. I can vouch for this book. Take action.
Rich Dad Poor Dad: One of the most fabled books in Finance. The book is a tale of two fathers. Poor Dad emphasis on studies and getting a job while the rich dad puts focus on acquiring skills and practical knowledge. The book lays a strong foundation for Finance. This book also puts forth the lack of financial education in schools. The book talks about Financial Literacy, how we should handle our finances, and where to invest? The book is a must-read for all beginners in Finance.
The Richest Man in Babylon: This book is set centuries ago about a man who becomes the richest man in Babylon. He narrates the lessons that he learned from his mentor to become the richest man. He talks about simple and effective rules to amass wealth and how the management of your hard-earned money is so imperative. The rules for creating wealth are unchanging. The book is short and crisp on every point.
The intelligent investor by Benjamin Graham- This book is the reason why Warren Buffett has made billions. This book covers in detail how to decipher a company’s fundamentals and intrinsic value. This book offers great value. For those who not familiar with the markets, you may find some new terms and concepts, use the help of the web and youtube.
One up a Wall Street by Peter Lynch- In this book, Peter Lynch explains his strategy to how he managed to generate great returns for his fund for years. The language used in this book is simple. It covers the basics really well.
Shoe-Dog A memoir by the creator of Nike: Did you know that Nike was founded as Blue-Ribbon Sports? It was years later that it was changed to Nike. Phil, the founder of Nike details the many terrifying risks he encountered along the way to set up Nike, the crushing setbacks, the ruthless competitors, and hostile bankers. The path to creating a swoosh a global icon was filled with enthralling lessons.
Steve Jobs by Walter Issacson: This is a comprehensive biography of Steve Jobs but nothing short of amazing. At a time when the world is seeking progress, Steve Jobs stands alone as an icon of imagination. This book delves deep into Steve’s personal life and gives a detailed account of what it takes to be a visionary like Steve Jobs. This book offer tales filled with lessons about leadership, innovation, character, and many more.
Titan: The Life of John D.Rockefeller, Sr: This is an unbiased biography, elegantly written. Rockefeller was the richest man in modern history and an icon in American history. This book is not filled with business and strategies, it has a lot of life lessons infused in its pages, lessons that he acquired in his successful career. This book provides details about this eccentric man exploring his public and private life with all the beautiful and ugly details like never before.
How to win friends and influence them: This is a great book on improving your social life. You can get most of the tasks done when your communication skills are supreme. This book gives a good layout on how to grab people’s attention and build lasting bonds. In life, connections are important. This book will bestow certain tips to formulate those connections.
48 Laws of Power: If you want to earn power, status in society. This book is apt for this. You must read this book. This book provides you with strategies that will aid you as a leader. This book entails wisdom that is hard to procure today.