Top 20 Entrepreneurship Books of 2011

Published each year, The YFS Magazine Top 20 Entrepreneurship Book List is the preeminent list of startup, small business and entrepreneurship books that every entrepreneur must read.

16. Get Rich Click!: The Ultimate Guide to Making Money …, by Marc Ostrofsky (Vote)

Marc Ostrofsky teaches how to take full advantage of the Internet by detailing step-by-step strategies that make your company money with no money. He uses real life examples to demonstrate the success of his system.

17. Think and Grow Rich, by Napoleon Hill (Vote)

Written during the Depression, Think and Grow Rich gives hope on how to survive with respected motivational techniques and concepts. Napoleon Hill influenced and inspired numerous famous leaders and businessmen along with later books and techniques that drew on his theories.

18. Go-Giver: A Little Story about a Powerful Business Idea, by B. Burg & J. Mann (Vote)

The Go-Giver tells a story about an ambitious young man who is mentored by a mysterious consultant that introduces him to a series of successful business people. It conveys the importance of focusing on giving instead of getting.

19. Practical Genius: The Real Smarts You Need …, by G. Rudan and K. Carroll (Vote)

Practical Genius outlines the different stages of genius from beginning to identify your genius to finally marketing your genius and all the stages in between. Rudan shows you how to: Identify your genius, express it in everyday life, surround yourself with genius, sustain genius for a lifetime of personal and professional satisfaction and market your genius to others.

20. Richest Man in Babylon, by George S. Clayson (Vote)

Richest Man in Babylon tells financial tips and tools through the message of short stories set in ancient Babylon. Learn how to get financial success by principles that have stood the test of time and are still applicable today.

 

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