6 best books highly recommended by billionaires of all times to help you grow

You must be surprised at just how much the world’s richest entrepreneurs read. The renowned investor Warren Buffet used to read 1,000 pages every single day when he was building up a carrier in investing. Another business magnet with a 10-figure net worth said once that in his whole life he didn’t come across any wise people who didn’t read all the time. So, you can say that reading is a vastly important habit that entrepreneurs need to develop.

But that does not mean that you read ten hours a day every day. It is impossible to grow a successful business with your nose stuck in a book for half your waking hours. It is because you need to apply as you learn. You need to set apart a specific amount of time for reading and then need time to digest the tons of useful information. Following are the few best books highly recommended by billionaires of all times to help for your personal growth, investing, marketing, and many other genres:

Soros on Soros: Staying Ahead of the Curve

Author: George Soros

Soros on Soros is a book in which the author has tried to explain his vision for the theory of everything. He has tried to come up with that one formula that can link his insights to markets, group dynamics, and the historic as well as a political evolution of the mankind.

Direct from Dell: Strategies that Revolutionized an Industry (Collins Business Essentials)

Author: Michael Dell

Interest that aroused by the hobby of philately forced Michael Dell on his first business adventure at the age of 12. After purchasing stamps at an auction, he realized that a good amount of money was being made by the stamp sellers. From the idea, he got his and his friend’s catalogue and sold them through mail order. He earned $2,000 and his effort of selling directly cutting the need for a middleman, showed him his career path at a very young age. This book explains how he grew his business with his unique management style.

Built from Scratch: How a Couple of Regular Guys Grew The Home Depot from Nothing to $30 Billion

Authors:  Bernie Marcus and Arthur Blank

This book explains how Bernie Marcus and Arthur Blank changes their own fate and transformed their dreams into a reality. They built a discount store by the name of “The Home Depot” after they were fired from a home improvement chain in 1978. They have stated their own experiences in order to provide meaningful lessons for anyone to read.

What I Know For Sure

Author: Oprah Winfrey

Oprah Winfrey has made history with a legendary talk show because it was the highest rated program of its kind. She launched her own television network and became the nation’s only African-American billionaire. In this book, she has revised all the thoughtful gems she acquired during her lifetime. This book offers a rare and powerful glimpse into the heart and mind of one of the world’s most extraordinary women.

WWD Fifty Years of Ralph Lauren

Author: Ralph Lauren

Most people will be surprised to know that Ralph Lauren was the son of Jewish immigrant parents living in the Bronx. After attending a polo match as a young man, Ralph Lauren was captivated by the high society and come up with an idea for his creation.

Simply Rich: Life and Lessons from the Cofounder of Amway: A Memoir

Author: Richard Devos

This book explains the story of a Michigan schoolboy from a depression-era to multibillionaire co-founder of the direct selling company Amway. He has provided stories from his personal and professional life focusing particularly on how his upbringing paved his way for success.

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