People say necessity is the mother of invention. In today’s world, where startups are abundant, entrepreneurs continue to try their best to improve the experience by solving complex problems.
Many entrepreneurs try to fulfill the needs of society by bringing ease of use in different geographies, some try to push the level by improving upon what’s already built, and few bring something completely new.
Either way, an entrepreneur is enhancing the experience.
Personally, I respect every entrepreneur. I do like to know more on thought-process of people who push boundaries through innovation. However, it is my limitation that I don’t know where to start exploring such beautiful minds.
Ideally, this is the perfect time for me to take a step back and analyze the situation. To conduct my research, I have decided to take help from a few books that’ll enable me to explore different areas of an entrepreneur’s life.
My reading list for 2019 is actually ten books listed in an article which appeared on Entrepreneur website.
The books are: ‘The Achievement Habit’ by Dr. Bernard Roth, ‘The Obstacle is the Way’ by Ryan Holiday, ‘Tools of Titans’ by Tim Ferris, ‘$100 Startup’ by Charles Lebeau, ‘Deep Work’ by Cal Newport, ‘10X Rule’ by Grant Cardone, ‘Meditations’ by Marcus Aurelius, ‘Influence’ by Robert Cialdini, ‘The Hard Thing About Hard Things’ by Ben Horowitz, and ‘The Lean Startup’ by Eric Ries.
Hopefully, something good will come out of this. 🙂