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Best Entrepreneur Biographies To Read

John McKinney    |
John McKinney

Starting a business sounds stressful and requires a lot of work. Take a moment to read some tips from successful entrepreneurs that once had the same experience that you do. 

We've made a list of the best entrepreneur biographies to read. These books contain the knowledge and the complete story behind their great success.

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The Everything Store: Jeff Bezos & The Age of Amazon

"When you are in the thick of things, you can get confused by the small stuff." Bezos began incredibly small with Amazon.com and started just offering books. 

This book tells the story of how the business persevered through its struggles and eventually became the success that it is.

It wasn't up until around a year before he got his first sale. This part reveals how much dedication Bezos put in before he even got anything out of the website. 

Amazon has gone from operating in one space—selling books, to now having excellent storage facilities and being referred to as 'the everything shop.' Now the company owns several other businesses as well.

Alibaba: The House That Jack Ma Built by Duncan Clark

Jack Ma, the founder of the Alibaba group, was never a techie. He was not good at math, failed twice in high school, and got his first computer only at 33. 

Ma's route to becoming the billionaire, founder of one of the world's largest technology companies came through English.

Jack handled to get past China's political obstacles and turned Alibaba into one of the most significant business worldwide. 

As Sir Martin Sorrell, CEO of WPP, said, "Jack Ma is part Bill Gates, part Steve Jobs, part Larry Page, part Sergey Brin, and part Mark Zuckerberg; all rolled into one." No other introduction needed.

Iacocca: An Autobiography

"Get all the education you can then go out and do something - do anything." Lee Iacocca was known for never holding back when we talk about opinion. 

Iaccoca's thought about an American legend, a business owner who turned around Chrysler when the company was facing a critical point.

Anyone Can Do It by Duncan Bannatyne

Duncan Bannatyne is well-known for his businesses and interest in the gym, hotel, and spa markets. A few years ago, life was terrific for Bannatyne. 

He had a vast business empire, a lot of cash, and a happy marital relationship. Recently, all this changed, and Duncan needed to manage the stress and difficulties of divorce, in addition to a relatively significant economic downturn to his proud organization empire.

This book is not just about establishing a high profits service; that is everything about profit and absolutely nothing else.

Steve Jobs by Walter Isaacson

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"If you act like you can do something, then it will work." Steve Jobs truly changed the electronic devices market. The brand-new iPhone 7 and Apple Watch, and it's fantastic to see just how far Apple's innovation has come. 

This book talks about his innovative mind that helped him to break barriers in the innovation industry.

Thrive by Ariana Huffington

The story of Arianna Huffington on her journey to success. The book talks about fact that success is more than just cash and power. There's a third metric to success, which generally involves our well-being. 

Instead of completely tiring ourselves from working so hard, for more cash and more power, Arianna's factor for writing the book happened from losing consciousness one night due to over fatigue, while still at her desk.

The Snowball by Warren Buffet

Warren Buffett is an extraordinary investor and business owner. His opinions, his work, hard time, achievements, and knowledge are all exposed. 

This book details the biography of the man and his accomplishments. It goes into more information about guy himself rather than merely his accomplishments in the fascinating world of business.

The Biography of Bill Gates: Secrets Behind the Success of the Microsoft Billionaire by Steve Walters

Bill Gates is now as soon as again the richest guy worldwide, and it's all since of his genius production, Microsoft. However, very few people know the entire story behind Bill Gates and how he built up Microsoft to the success it is today. 

This bio covers all of it and is a fantastic read if you desire to find out more about Gates' story and the incredible success that took him to the position of most affluent man in the world.

The Facebook Effect: The Inside Story of the Company that is connecting the world by David Kirkpatrick

Zuckerberg was just 19 years when he and a couple of good friends developed Facebook in their Harvard dorm room. The book enters into a lot more detail than a film ever could do. 

And it describes the individual lives of the Facebook founders while they were collaborating to construct the social network.

Wrapping up

The stories of successful entrepreneurs are always worth reading. If you're an aspiring entrepreneur looking to become a success in the business world, a truly inspiring and motivating story is a good read.

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