It is a fact that no one is born knowing what are the guidelines to follow to start and create a business from nothing. In that sense, inspiration and knowledge come from outside. Take advantage of the new month to know these books for entrepreneurs unmissable.
These four reading recommendations that will give you some answers about the world of entrepreneurs and will place you more in the reality of what this activity implies.
4 books for entrepreneurs that you must read
Do you have a business idea? This book will help you create your model with a simple 20-step methodology. This will practically be your go-to guide to introduce you to the world of modern entrepreneurs.
The material is accompanied by 500 illustrations that make reading more enjoyable (in itself it is), since it uses simple, clear, direct and ingenious language. Do you belong to the new generation of entrepreneurs? Well, this book is surely for you.
2. Family Business
- Author: Manuel Diaz Salazar
A large percentage of businesses in Mexico are family owned, exactly 90 percent. A family business has a very different configuration than a non-family business, in addition to assuming different and sometimes even more complex challenges.
In this book its author, Manuel Díaz Salazar, tells us about the best way to prevent these risks and how to work better as a family. Well, as he affirms, working with relatives has competitive advantages but also its cost and when things do not go well or the family is lost or the business is lost or in the worst case, business and family are lost.
3. Mexican-style innovation
- Author: Ramon Munoz Gutierrez
Ramón Muñoz Gutiérrez’s objective with this book is to lead entrepreneurs to break the paradigms that exist around them in order to achieve success through innovation.
To do this, it invites the implementation of 7 skills that make innovators and creatives think differently, and encourages them to go and break paradigms.
In addition, it touches on 5 things that are important to succeed today, and how innovation is born to solve problems.
If there is Mexican-style love, Mexican-style cooking, Mexican-style politics, Mexican-style humor, why should there not be Mexican-style innovation?
One of the richest men in the world along with Bill Gates and Carlos Slim is the Spanish textile businessman Amancio Ortega.
David Martínez takes us to learn in this book about the business model that sustains the success of the Spanish businessman, while delving into the principles and strategies that have inspired Amancio to make the decisions to grow his multinational.
Find out how the owner of Inditex has been able to transform the industry in which he subscribes, the vision of the client that he has forged and the dizzying expansion that he has had in such a short time.
Without a doubt, it is a material that all entrepreneurs should know to be inspired.
Do you know other books for entrepreneurs?
Originally written for Premo
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