What Are Some Of The Best Resources For New Entrepreneurs?

The field of entrepreneurship has become one of the most well-known and quickest growing industries around the world, and signs indicate that it is only going to continue in this direction. In response to the evolution of our workforce as a result of innovation and technology, more working professionals are leaving their jobs to pursue a career as an entrepreneur. If you are thinking about becoming an entrepreneur, make sure to check out some of the great available resources.

Books About Entrepreneurship
While entrepreneurship is considered a newer industry, one may not know that when seeing the immense number of books available about entrepreneurship. Not only do these books provide a comprehensive overview of what entrepreneurship is, but also how to get started.

If you want to learn more about the art of influence, and how it should be applied to entrepreneurship, make sure to take a look at the book, How To Win Friends And Influence People, by Dale Carnegie. In the book, Carnegie focuses quite a bit on the digital media that we live in today, and how you can utilize it in your career as an entrepreneur. He provides a comprehensive guide on how to talk to people, or in many cases, a potential investor. How To Win Friends And Influence People does an excellent job of preparing someone on the art of collaboration and communication.

Entrepreneurs that are interested in learning more about the strategies that have helped large corporations like Google continue to thrive should take a look at the book, Measure What Matters: How Google, Bono, and the Gates Foundation Rock the World with OKRs, by John Doerr. Throughout the novel, Doerr talks about how using a goal-setting system of objectives and key results (OKRs) has helped bring companies around the country to become successful. Entrepreneurs that are looking for an approach to use in their business would find something like OKRs to be beneficial for them.

One of the most well-known books that entrepreneurs should consider reading is Thinking, Fast And Slow, by Daniel Kahneman. Thinking, Fast And Slow analyzes how we can use our mind to either make or break one’s ability to be successful and how to tap into those areas of one’s mind. Kahneman’s book gained fame for its incredible analysis of the two systems in our brain, and how to utilize each one. He begins with the fast, emotional portion of the brain, explaining how it works, and ways to use it for your benefit. He moves onto the slower, more logical portion of the brain, and explains its benefits and influence. Finally, Kahneman provides a comprehensive overview of how to use both portions of one’s mind to become more successful, both personally and professionally. Thinking, Fast And Slow is a great text for professionals that are interested in entrepreneurship.

Websites
While these are examples of great books that entrepreneurs should consider reading, others can also benefit from websites focused on entrepreneurship. What makes websites such a great resource for entrepreneurs is that they often provide hands-on lessons on how to be successful online. For example, Social Media Examiner is a website that provides a complete overview of social media, and what properties are most beneficial for entrepreneurs. For any entrepreneurs who are still learning how to promote themselves online, websites like Social Media Examiner can help prepare them for a new career in entrepreneurship.

About The Author
Jack Nourafshan is a real estate development professional, entrepreneur, and businessman in Los Angeles, California. Jack has acquired an impressive background in real estate development through working as the president of his company, Reliable Properties. Today, he continues his work with Reliable Properties and maintains monthly blogs on real estate development and entrepreneurship. 

Visit Jack Nourafshan’s professional website to learn more.

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