5 Must Read Books for the Millennial Entrepreneur
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Did you know that 50% of 80 million millennials in the United States currently own a business or say they eventually want to? There are several entrepreneurs in the United States today, but let’s be clear, no one was an overnight success story. The best entrepreneurs take time to research, read, and acquire the most knowledge to be the best business owner they can possibly be.
Here at Tula Talks Entertainment we want you to reach your greatest potential while gaining the necessary tools for success. According to Black Enterprise the five books that will take your entrepreneurial mindset from good to great are as follows:
Horowitz, considered to be one of Silicon Valley’s most respected entrepreneurs and a venture capitalist shares essential advice on building and running a startup. More importantly he shows how to develop the CEO mentality, and gives insight on information he’s gained from investing and supervising tech companies.
By: Miko Branch
Pioneers to the natural hair scene, Miko Branch and late sister Titi are hair stylist and curly hair experts. This book is sure to provide helpful business tips on how you as an entrepreneur and your business can flourish from scratch.
By: Daymond John
The FUBU streetwear founder and the Shark Tank investor teaches aspiring entrepreneurs how to make their biggest weakness their greatest strengths. He tells us how starting a business from little to nothing forces us to think creatively and use resources efficiently. Who doesn’t want to turn pocket change to millions?
By: Kevin D. Johnson
It is essential to think like a successful entrepreneur if that is what you wish to be. In this book Johnson identifies the key lessons entrepreneurs must learn: strategy, education, people, finance, marketing and sales, leadership, and motivation.
By: Jason Fried
Have you ever dreamed of starting a business on your own? Then ‘Rework’ is the book for you! It shows you how to work better, faster, easier and have success as an entrepreneur.
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