Every once in awhile its good to read books by people who are more successful than we are. I wanted to share with you my top 5 business books that have contributed to my success so far in my business journey. I hope that they help you as well!

Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki – this is a must read by any entrepreneur that doesn’t want to spend his or her life chasing dollars around. Mr. Kiyosaki will show you the difference between the thinking of the poor and middle class compared to the rich and ultra rich classes. What he reveals may surprise you, and it will surely help you understand how money is made.

The Next Millionaires by Paul Pilzer – As the saying goes, “an idiot in a straight-up trend beats a genius in a downward trend any day.” Paul Pilzer unveils four of the hottest trends to hit in our lifetimes. After reading this book, you will be able to see how you can begin to move your business in line with one or more of these trends to maximize success.

Doing Business God’s Way by Dennis Peacocke – God has created the world to work a certain way. When we follow his principles we prosper, if we do not we will fail. Mr. Peacocke shows us how we can implement God’s principles in business in order to grow the Kingdom of God, help other people, and prosper ourselves.

E-Myth Revisited by Michael Gerber – If Rich Dad, Poor Dad tells you what to change in your business model, the E-Myth Revisited tells you how to implement these changes. Mr. Gerber walks you through the process of systematizing your business to free up your time while increasing the work you are getting done exponentially!

You and Your Network by Fred Smith – While being lesser known then most of the other top five books on this list, this book is no less powerful. Mr. Smith will bring to your mind the power of relationships and show you how the people that you are connected to now and in the future will have everything to do with your success.

Well, there you have it – my top 5 business books. I hope they help you as much as they’ve helped me!

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