Tim Ferriss Just Listed 5 Books Every Entrepreneur Should Read

Sunday is talk about business day and since the best advice anyone can get about making money online and offline is to educate yourself.  Professional improvement is the key to being able to survive in business and constant professional improvement will catapult you into success in business!  Reading good books, books about every aspect of business, life, management, goal setting, etc. is truly the way to making that breakthrough you desire.

It is true that reading will not produce immediately, but over time you will build such an arsenal in your brain that will allow you to see connections and pitfalls you never would have seen before.

Tim Ferriss is a major name in online business and his recommendations carry great weight with many entrepreneurs.  So reading the same books as he has may give you the inside track on how he thinks and acts.  If not, it will give you the mental stamina to not only continue in your efforts to create your business, but also to make your business shine!

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Tim Ferriss Just Listed 5 Books Every Entrepreneur Should Read

I’ve read four of the five books Tim Ferriss recommends…and the fifth is now on my reading list.
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Ferriss was just appointed to the Scribd Author Advisory Council and put together a reading list designed to help inspire entrepreneurs to build their brands from the ground up. (By the way: New users get a free 30-day trial when they join Scribd.)

Here are Tim’s five choices for books every entrepreneur should read:

Anything You Want by Derek Sivers

Short, hilarious, and profoundly practical. I’ve reread these 40 lessons dozens of times. Derek is a philosopher-king among startup contrarians, and he knows how to get what he wants, however odd. I love this guy.

Radical Acceptance by Tara Brach

This book was recommended to me by a PhD neuroscientist and is what finally helped me tame anger, one of my most destructive (and persistent) emotions. It’s easy to aim for “successful” and be miserable. This book is the antidote.

Find out the other three books recommended by Tim Ferriss here.

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