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Recently, Inc.com pulbished a list of book recommendations for the entrepreneur. We thought we would share a couple of them with you as reading for this Fall. So get cozy by a fire in your free time and take a look at these two books for inspiration.
True North: Discover Your Authentic Leadership by Bill George and Peter Sims
This book is for the entrepreneur who wants to develop and explore his/her leadership skills. Its aim is to help you find your "true north" as a leader. It motivates the reader to take a look at the values, visions and motivations that will enhance her/her career. Offering interviews from 125 of the top business leaders in the world, the reader can benefit from different persepectives and experiences on being a great entrepreneur.
How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie
This book has been around for decades, first published in 1936, but it still appears on recommended lists and remains relevant. The subtitle is "the only book you need to lead you to success." It stresses the art of communication and creating a meaningful discourse with people, in order to win them over. it has proven to be a beneficial tool in establishing good relationships with employees, investors and coworkers. It is a timeless bestseller and still one of the best books in helping achieve your maximum potential.