5 business books that will change your complete perspective

Every month, dozens of business advice books get published. And to some extent, they seem pretty much the same, provided with advice that has been already given a million times. In order to shake up one’s stale thinking, there is always a need to read fresh perspectives.

After combing through millions of library business books that just don’t repeat the same rote advice, there are six books among the lot that can really help for one’s mental growth. Following is the list of all those books

Steven D. Levitt and Stephen J. Dubner: Think like a freak

This is a book for all those people who want to think unconventionally and creatively. It makes them understand the positive aspects of letting go of conventional knowledge in order to teach how to dig deeper and find out how things actually work.


Chris Brogan: The Freaks Shall Inherit the Earth

This books help once the foundation for creative thinking have been set in place. This helps the new generation to think out of the box in order to transform the modern business culture. This book shows how a successful business can be built by entrepreneurs who are not afraid to take extreme decisions.


Alexa Clay and Kyra Maya Phillips: The Misfit Economy

This book is a demonstration of those strategies of free thinkers i.e. hackers and informal entrepreneurs. It explains the working on the periphery of the mainstream economy. These misfits surprisingly inspire a lot of people to adopt strategies in life and career.

Mark R. Tereck and Jonathan S. Adams: Nature’s Fortune

This book focuses on investing in green infrastructure for seeking profits as well as caring for nature. This book can help any environmentalist as well as a skeptic of good environmental practice.


Mark Spitznagel: The Dao of Capital

This book helps to fix up a person’s fundamental investment strategy. It helps to learn how to apply old Chinese Daoist wisdom to the modern finance world.


Written by Hisham Sarwar


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