The saying by François Mauria ‘Tell me what you read and I’ll tell you who you are’ is true enough, but I’d know you better if you told me what you reread.” could not be any more true. You are what you read and here are my top 7 picks on what you should be reading for inspiration and guidance on your venture.
If you’re aiming to take on the online marketing world and becoming a rocking online entrepreneur, these books must be in your arsenal!
1: The Power of Habit (Why We Do What We Do) by Charles Duhigg
Your habits will become a key driver to your success. If they’re good, they will unleash your potential, if they’re bad, they will be your detriment. This book goes deep into finding keystone habits that cause widespread shifts.
2: Influence – Robert B Cialdini
With over 35 years of evidence-based research, Cialdini dives deep into the theory of why people say “yes” and the psychology of persuasion. If you’re looking to sell more products and apply NLP (Neuro-Linguistic Programming) to trigger influences, this book is for you!
3: DotComSecrets – Russell Brunson
Russell is an established online entrepreneur and dives deep into creating funnels, revealing how to identify converting sales funnels to model off and can implement in your own business.
4: The 50th Law – Robert Greene – 50 Cent
The 50th Law, is a collaboration between Robert Greene and 50 Cent (yes, THE RAPPER). After reading this book you will FEAR NOTHING!
Fear is the #1 thing that holds people back from taking action and accomplishing their dreams. Dealing with fear is tough for the home business industry because the idea of financial freedom is something out of the ordinary. Remaining in fear and lead to regret and missed opportunities… but after reading this book you will fear NOTHING.
5: Jab Jab Jab Right Hook – Gary Vaynerchuk
This is a great book especially if you’re brand new to Home Business.
Gary provides a refreshing look on how entrepreneurs should market their business. Rather than focusing on “throwing hooks”, that is, selling, selling and more selling, he advocates to providing value, value and more value, or as Gary puts it, “jabs”.
He teaches to throw continous jabs before throwing in a hook and selling a product, which has lead to his own global success.
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