11 Must read Books For Entrepreneurs

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Recommended by: Umesh Hegde

This is a good link of 11 must read books for Entrepreneurs published in 2012. They have variety of subjects all related to business owners.. Few of the books have a free chapter to read and then you can buy from the links provided. The subjects are very interesting and have a strong similarity to what we are going through in our business life. 

This has been an exciting year for EFactor founders Adrie Reinders and Marion Freijsen. Their highly anticipated book “The E-Factor: Entrepreneurship in the Social Media Age” hit the shelves just couple of weeks ago and already reached #1 on Amazon’s best sellers list in marketing and was featured as the hot new release! We want to share with you this great list of must-read books for entrepreneurs put together by Grasshopper. Enjoy reading these great books over the holidays and make sure to get your copy of The E-Factor book today.


11 Must-Read Books for Entrepreneurs

As 2012 comes to an end and the holidays (hopefully) provide some time to relax and reflect, it’s also the perfect time to think ahead, set goals and make changes. No matter which format you prefer (e.g.....


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This is the secret to making better decisions

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Should you trust your customers?

If you trust your customer to pay you back, will you receive their loyalty plus interest? Well, that’s what I did. No, I didn’t take out a loan or buy a car. I was just getting some chicken. Popeyes fried chicken to be exact. No, this isn’t paid
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10 Step Checklist To Rank Your Startup Ideas

A version of this article first appeared in Forbes. Steven Johnson, author of How We Got To Now, analyzes technological breakthroughs, looking for patterns that allow entrepreneurs to identify “How We’ll Get To Tomorrow.” One of the key myths