12 Business Books That Teach More Than Business

Whether you want to learn more about business or simply want to work on developing new skills, these books are a must-read. They can help you learn how to better talk to people, negotiate, recognize patterns and maximize your time, all helpful skills for everyday life. Give them a read and you might learn a thing or two!

Built To Last

 ¥79.50

Great companies are not just born, they are made. They are nurtured and they are handled with care. In this book, Jim Collins examines successful habits from innovative companies and discusses how good companies become great companies.

Dale Carnegie knew how to talk to people and make them feel appreciated. He made them feel human. Published in 1937, this book still holds true today more than ever. As we continue to advance in an ever-changing world, our fundamental business practices stay the same and Carnegie shows us why these practices are still so important.

There's no denying that Elon Musk is a fascinating character, and he's made quite a stir this month with some of his choices on a certain podcast... Find out more about his climb to the top and his "quest for a fantastic future" in this New York Times bestseller!

What's the difference between being an entrepreneur and doing a job? How can you get money when the bank won't give it to you? How can you expand your customer base when a big business moves in down the street? If you are an aspiring entrepreneur, this book answers some tough questions and is a must-have in your collection.

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Einstein is arguably the smartest man to ever live. If not, he is definitely in the conversation. Even today, there are two questions on everyone's mind: How did his mind work and why was he a genius? In this book, Walter Isaacson explores the pattern and life behind what really made Albert Einstein tick.

If you struggle to get things done (as so many of us do) this book will help you get on the right track to a more productive and organized life, both personally and professionally.

Outliers

¥58.60

What makes high achieving people different from everyday people? Too many times we look at how successful people are in the present, and do not pay attention to their upbringing and culture. In Outliers, Malcolm Gladwell pulls back the curtain and puts software billionaires, the Beatles, and many more mythical people under the microscope.

Start With Why

¥76.35

All companies know WHAT they do. Most companies know HOW they do it. But only some companies know WHY they do it. In this book, Simon Sinek takes a look at why some companies are so great and why others are not. It starts with WHY they do what they do.

The Lean Startup

 ¥19.01

If you have ever wanted to start your own business, The Lean Start-up is a great place to start. Author Eric Ries teaches the reader ways to create and manage a successful startup that can adapt and adjust to all of the challenges it will eventually face.

Habits are the most nuanced actions; we often do not recognize our own habits, but pick up the habits of others very quickly. Why do habits exist and what are they? Can they be changed? Can be they be added or dropped? Get the answers to these questions and more!

Think and Grow Rich is amongst one of the most well-known business books of all time. This book is not about growing rich financially, but growing rich in your own daily life by improving relationships with each other, working better on a team, making better decisions and much more.

The brain has two has two different forms of thought: "System 1" is fast, instinctive and emotional; "System 2" is slower, more deliberative, and more logical. In this book, Nobel Prize Winner Daniel Kahneman explores people's thought tendencies, as well as what can happen when these two systems work together in perfect harmony.