20 must read best business books
Here’s a list of business books I was recommended while selling energy contracts. I’ve read them and strongly recommend them. You’ll find the direct links to Amazon for all titles! These books combined with my experience selling energy contracts, I’ve also listed many sales techniques I’ve acquired.
How to Win Friends and Influence People, Dale Carnegie
How to understand and handle people in order to achieve your maximum potential.
Leadership Secrets of Atilla the Hun, Wes Roberts
How did Atilla the Hun shape an aimless band of mercenary tribal nomads into the undisputed rulers of the ancient world?
The Millionaire Next Door, Stanley/Danko
Interesting research about what differentiates wealthy people from the rest.
Rich Dad Poor Dad, Robert Kiyosaki
About how your education and parents influence the way you think about money.
The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership, John Maxwell
All time classic best selling book from John Maxwell.
Launching a Leadership Revolution, Brady and Woodward
Characters of an effective leader.
How to interact with people base on how people are, and not the way you’d like them to be.
How I Raised Myself from Failure to Success in Sales, Frank Betcher
Frank Betcher shares his personal sales experience and explains how enthusiasm and confidence changed his life.
Sun Tzu: The Art of War, Samuel Griffith
This book has been written 6th century B. C. Nevertheless it remains an ultimate guide to war strategy and can be applied to sales and business.
Getting to yes, Roger Wisher
Secrets to successful negotiation skills.
Secrets of the Millionaire Mind, T. Harv Eker
Learn how your money blueprint can influence your life and what you can do to change it.
Walking with Tigers, Frank Furness
How spending time with people that achieve great things can help you become an achiever.
Winning, Jack Welch
General Electric ex-CEO shares his philosophy and winning secrets.
Good to Great, Jim Collins
Build to last, how to achieve enduring greatness.
On Leadership, Allan Leighton
20 minutes with top level leaders of today’s world.
How Full is Your Bucket? Tom Rath
Learn how to fill your bucket (self-esteem) and fill others so you can be happy regarding what you do.
The Last Lecture, Randy Pausch
Professors are asked to give one last lecture about their lifelong learning.
The go-getter: a story that tells you how to be the one. Peter B. Kyne
How you can seek opportunities and show motivation at any given situation.
Who moved my cheese, Dr spencer Jhonson
The attitude one should we have towards change.
Screw it, let’s do it, Richard Branson.
Richard shares his experiences and life lessons and tells you how you should go ahead with your ideas.