In this episode of Startup Daddy, I talk about the best business books for starting a business, and a service that makes it easy to share large files with clients (or anyone else). I get asked about books a lot, so I made a new page on this site called, Recommended Reading. I thought it may be interesting to do a podcast episode on the subject, and I also thought it may be interesting to turn this into a video, so I did that too. We’ll see how much extra work it is, and your feedback, and maybe I’ll do it this way more often.
I want to build up my Youtube Channel, so if all works as intended, you’ll be able to watch OR listen in your iPod or iPhone or Zune, OR watch it on this site or Youtube. Please drop by the Startup Daddy Youtube Channel, and subscribe to the channel to be notified when I post a video there. I plan on having some fun with that soon.
Below the video for this episode are the links for the books I talk about. These are Amazon affiliate links. If you are concerned with this, it may be a good time to review my Disclosures Page.
Here are my picks for the best business books to read when you are starting a business
Some are literally how to start a business, some are about getting more done and productivity, but all have something that you can take away that will make you a better business owner, and hopefully, make you more money. I have read them all, and they have all influenced how I think and act as an entrepreneur. It is far from a complete list of good business books, but it’s a great start.
After watching the video, drop me a comment and let me know if you have any great business books to add.
If you only read one book about starting a business, please read this one. Seriously.
Books About Getting A Business Started and Transitioning from Corporate Life to the Entrepreneurial Life:
Books About Productivity and Getting Things Done
The files sharing service I talk about is called Dropbox. It is a free service that makes it easy to share large files with other people or keep them synced with multiple devices. If you have an iPad, it’s a must. If you use this link to sign up with Dropbox, we both get a little more free storage.
Do you have any great business books to add? Let me know in the comments.