The most successful people are constantly learning new things. You could know nothing about business or are a CEO of your own company, but it is still critical to continue educating yourself.
Reading about marketing, productivity, and entrepreneurship prepares you for the future and allows you to make informed decisions. So, take a look at our list of the best business books you can read as you relax this Christmas!
We guarantee you will learn something new.
Maxwell Maltz's Psycho-Cybernetics
Psycho-Cybernetics is an old book, but it still contains useful information about how your self-image can make or break you in business. Maxwell Maltz, a well-known professor, and physician teaches readers how to transform negative habits into positive ones that promote happiness and success. The book includes Maxwell's advice, testimonials, visualization and relaxation techniques, and more. Millions of readers have used this book to boost their self-esteem and help them take the next step toward becoming successful entrepreneurs. Your new habits have the potential to breed happiness and success. The book contains a mix of Maxwell's advice, testimonials, visualization, and relaxation techniques. Millions of readers have used this book to boost their self-esteem and help them take the next step toward becoming successful entrepreneurs.
Thinking, Fast and Slow by Daniel Kahneman
There are two ways of thinking, according to Kahneman:
System 1 is quick and automatic, and you may feel as if you are thinking a hundred thoughts per minute.
System 2 is slower and more logical, and it can take a long time for you to think things through. Each has advantages and disadvantages.
Kahneman's book dissects how we think, why we make bad decisions, and what we can do to avoid them in the future. You'll learn to think outside the box and solve problems in novel ways.
The Brain Audit, by Sean D’Souza
If you're looking to sell a product or your services, this is the book for you! Sean explains extremely well and step by step how to convince your visitors or leads to buy what you want to sell based on how our brain works. Special mention should be made of his very funny cartoons, which make it a pleasure to read!
Getting Things Done: The Art of Stress-Free Productivity by David Allen
Our minds can become clogged with information at times. Instead of attempting to do everything at once, organize your tasks and the steps required to complete them. Set deadlines for yourself and be disciplined. It is much easier to achieve your goals if you have a clear action plan.
Davis Siksnans, CEO of Printful, endorses and employs actionable tips from this book to implement a system at work!
John Mackey and Raj Sisodia's Conscious Capitalism
Many entrepreneurs are concerned about how they can benefit consumers and their communities while still making a profit.
Capitalism with a conscience,
is an excellent primer for anyone interested in learning how to conduct business with minimal impact on the community or the environment. The book is used by John, co-founder of Whole Foods Market, and Raj, the co-founder of Conscious Capitalism, Inc., to demonstrate that triple-bottom-line businesses are possible. This means that a company can benefit people, profits, and the environment. It goes into detail about large corporations like Google and Amazon. You'll discover how to build a strong company while maintaining a conscious culture.