Best 15 Business Books which everyone Should Read

Best 15 Business Books which everyone Should Read

Hey, if you’re looking to find some amazing business book and wanted to expand your library. Then, the 15 Business Books which I am going to list are a great place to start. we believe that depending on what point you’re at in your journey.

you should adjust your reading material so, you can increase your chances of moving forward with your current projects. The following list covers a wide range of ways of thinking about life and business. So make sure you pick the ones that would have the biggest impact on your life right now. I’ll link to all the books mentioned in the list so that you can check them out without any hassle.

All the books are high rated so, let’s start the list with 1.

1. Napoleon Hill: Think and Grow Rich

when to read Napoleon Hill: Think and Grow Rich?

when you’ve just finished high school and want to expand your horizons. This book is basically the pillar of which all other business books were built. While the book’s title and much of the text concerns increased income. The author insists that the philosophy taught in the book can help people succeed in any line of work to do and be anything.

They can imagine Napoleon Hill was the protege of Andrew Carnegie one of the richest people to ever live. This masterpiece of a book is the result of 20 years of study of many individuals. who had amassed personal fortunes and what common traits they share perfectly structured. Don’t be put off by the fact that this is an older book. if you haven’t read this book yet. Then, You must read this book.

2. The Secret

Written by Rhonda Byrne

When to read this book?

When you’ve never read a business book in your life. But if you want to be successful. It’s likely we’re going to get a bit of backlash for including this book here. Because we never shied away from saying that positive thinking is not enough.

we still stand by that. But, if you’re just getting started. you’ve decided to follow your passion and you’re just starting to read self-help books. The secret is the perfect book, to begin with. They focus exclusively on mindset and if you’re not able to get your mindset right. There’s no need for you to study advanced strategies or business models. Read the book and see what happens.

3. Rich Dad Poor Dad

Written by Robert T. Kiyosaki

when to read this book?

When you’re ready to start your financial journey. whenever someone asks us. where do I start? We always give them a copy of Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki. This is the first book that we read.

which truly made an impact on the way we look at life. And what it means to achieve financial freedom. It teaches the importance of cash flow and is the perfect place to start understanding the difference between assets and liabilities. The entire business community seems to agree that it’s one of the best business books ever written so far.

4. The Intelligent Investor

Written by Benjamin Graham

When to read The Intelligent Investor?

when you’re thinking of investing in the stock market. The author Benjamin Graham was the mentor and main inspiration OF warren Buffett. you know him, the third richest person in the world right now. In the intelligence investor, Graham teaches the vital elements of value investing. if you want to go into the stock market this is an essential book for you to read.

5. Money Master The Game

Written by Tony Robbins

When to read Money Master The Game?

When money starts coming to you. Moreover, you want to know what to do with it. Then, you must go with this book for reading. Tony Robbins might just be the richest self-help coach in the world right now. No matter how you feel about him. Money Master The Game is an incredible book which we definitely recommend.

If you are living in a developed country in the USA especially. you have to read this book. The book breaks down and simplifies the process of securing your financial future in a way everyone can understand.

The beauty is the advice in it doesn’t just come from Tony but from people who are at the pinnacle of Wealth Management. People like Ray Dalio whom you never could have gotten access to otherwise. Tony is leveraging the connections he’s built throughout his life to sharing the strategies of the super-wealthy.

6. The 4 Hour Work Week

Written by Tim Ferris

When to read The 4 Hour Work Week?

When you feel like you need a fresh new start because your life is passing you by. We love Tim Ferris’s book especially because it has to do with how we built our own business model. The book tackles the idea of location independence.

Where you can travel the world to make a lot of money and live your life to the fullest. It’s one of those rare books that comes once in a while. Which dramatically redefines everything people have taught you. Becoming a millionaire was never easier than it is today and the 4-hour work week is definitely a great stepping stone in the right direction.

7. The Millionaire Fastlane

Written by MJ DeMarco

When to read The Millionaire Fastlane?

Immediately after you read the 4-hour workweek. This book by MJ DeMarco is less known than the rest. But we wanted to include it in this list because it actively dismisses all the popular books. It goes hard and deep into every major book on this list and the arguments are strong.

It showcases his personal story and this might be the right strategy for those who think to go big or go home. we definitely recommend checking this out.

8. The Power of Habit

Written by Charles Duhigg

When to read the power of habit?

When you feel like you’re procrastinating all the time. You know habits are what makes or breaks us, right. well, Charles Duhigg’s book dives right into the science of how habits are created. And how to alter them to your personal gain.

The stories that Duhigg‘S knitted together are all fascinating in their own ride. But take on an added dimension. When wedded to his extermination of habits. If you are struggling with bad habits and looking to acquire better ones then this is the book for you.

9. Atlas Shrugged

Written by Ayn Rand

When to read Atlas Shrugged?

When you’re on holiday and need something to keep your mind too busy. Oh, people are gonna be so mad put iron Rand in here. But, to be honest, the people, who are going to get mad don’t read as much. Anyway, so we don’t care. This is Mark Cuban’s favorite book. He says that in it. you’ll find everything you need to know about how to be successful in life.

Atlas Shrugged is not a business book. It’s science fiction, romance, mystery novel. It outlines iron rants’ groundbreaking philosophy on objectivism. Get the book you’re either going to love it or hate it. there’s not really much wiggle room in there.

10. How to Win Friends & Influence People

Written by Dale Carnegie

When to read how to win friends and influence people?

When you feel that you’re never taking seriously by others and don’t know. How to build real relations with anybody. This is another one of the classics. Dale Carnegie’s masterpiece breaks down the fundamentals of how humans work and what it takes to make them like you in it.

You’ll learn how to handle people, how to make them interested in you. How to bring them over to your way of thinking, how to change people without offending them. Moreover, how to be happier at home. It might sound like a lot. But, this is one of those books that will apply to everyday life until the day robots finally take over.

11. The $100 Start-Up

Written by Chris Guillebeau

When to read The $100 startup?

When you want to start a business but you feel like you don’t have enough money to do it. We wanted to include the $100 startups book in this list because it was fundamental in our beginning. The book looks at how you can establish a lucrative business without spending more than $100. There are so many businesses that have been quite successful without any serious seed money.

This book is filled with case studies and gets right to the point. This is one of the great business book for you, which will help you to grow.

12. The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari

Written by Robin Sharma

When to read the monk who sold his Ferrari?

You feel that despite making a ton of money. You’re not happy. Now, that you already have your investments and your companies running and profitable. It’s time to take a look at the later stages in business. In this book, Robin Sharma does a phenomenal job of translating why money doesn’t bring happiness and what to do about it. If you’ve already made it but you don’t feel happy or at peace with your life. This is the book for you.

13. E-Myth Revisited: Why Most Small Businesses Don’t Work and What to Do About It

Written by Michael Gerber

When to read Emits revisited why most small businesses don’t work and what to do about it?

If you’re struggling with your first business. They say it’s an instant classic Gerber walks you through the steps in the life of a business. From entrepreneurial infancy to adolescent growing pains to the mature entrepreneurial perspective.

The guiding light of all businesses that succeed and shows how to apply the lessons of franchising to any business. Whether or not it’s a franchise most importantly Gerber draws the vital distinction between working on your business and working in your business.

14. The 10X Rule: The Only Difference Between Success and Failure

Written by Grant Cardone

When to read 10x rule: the only difference between success and failure?

Your business is no longer growing. Grant Cardone is an interesting figure. we like his books because he usually cuts to the chase and there are no fancy words, no secret strategies just pure an American Muscle. And by American Muscle, we mean sales. He’s known for his ability to close down sales.

An ability that got him to where he is today. The 10x rule is the type of book that will make a lot of sense but you might be reluctant to apply it because you’re too lazy.

15. Zero to One

Written by Peter Theil

When to read Zero to One?

When you’re ready to disrupt an entire industry. Peter Thiel is the founder of PayPal and Palantir. If you haven’t heard about one of those, you definitely heard about the other. He made billions in the new economy. This is a short book. So, it’s easy to go through, it but don’t underestimate it.

Its content hits the targets in all the right spots and will make you think of the world differently. The book is based on a class he once taught at a master’s program at Stanford University. The classes that we are proud to say we took. It focuses on what the future holds what the current state of the start world is and what industries are to be disrupted next.


Books Name
1.Napoleon Hill: Think and Grow Rich
2.The Secret
3.Rich Dad Poor Dad
4.The Intelligent Investor
5.Money Master The Game
6.The 4 Hour Work Week
7.The Millionaire Fastlane
8.The Power of Habit
9.Atlas Shrugged
10.How to Win Friends & Influence People
11.The $100 Start-Up
12.The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari
13.E-Myth Revisited: Why Most Small Businesses Don’t Work and What to Do About It
14.The 10X Rule: The Only Difference Between Success and Failure
15.Zero to One