Think and Grow Rich book by Napoleon Hill has had eighty years of life-changing impact to millions of successful entrepreneurs. It has already made an impact on my thinking. It is a must-read book for every freelancer, blogger or anyone looking to build a business.
The book is written in a very interesting and intriguing style. It is like a collection of blog posts in a step by step sequence to be able to build your blog and social media presence. And each chapter doesn’t span to more than 3 pages and is written with lot of action item as bullet points.
“Blue Ocean Strategy – How to Create Uncontested Market Space and Make the Competition Irrelevant” book is the international bestseller with over 3.5 million copies sold and has been converted into more than 40 languages. I know why
The book shares 6 weapons of influence aka Reciprocation, Commitment and Consistency, Social Proof, Liking, Authority, Scarcity and how it is impossible for anybody to reject an offer when under any one of such influence.
This book has changed the way I see money making opportunities online. How you can even make money just with a domain name or how you can make money with almost anything when it comes to online. Find something you are really passionate about and Internet can help you make a business around it.
This book has changed the way I see at opportunities now. A must-read book for every entrepreneur and more so for those who are doing jobs. There are many examples of highly successful in every profession like leaders, journalist, politicians, lawyers, doctors, investors, athletes, artists who have managed to achieve more by doing less. I will share a couple of experiments from the book that has made a lot of difference to my thinking in many ways.
This is a must read book for any marketer (online or offline) as it helps understand the difference between the customers need and want and how you or your business can help satisfy the psychology of customer by aligning your marketing message to his viewpoint. Seth Godin himself has written in the preface of the book that this is one of the most important book he has ever written and the ideas in this book have elected a president, created billionaires and fueled movements.
This book has changed my perception towards investing and the way I look at assets and liabilities and how these terms mean differently to me now. The statement in the first chapter of the book is worth reading the whole book: “The poor and the middle-class work for money. The rich have money work for them” And then each chapter explains how one shouldn’t be working for money but instead build assets in a manner such that money can work for you.
The book “The Magic of Thinking Big” by David J Schwartz first published in the 1959 still holds true to this very day and is a must read book for everybody especially the entrepreneurs and freelancers. First few chapters focuses on thinking big, it then moves over to many areas of personality development attitude building and creative thinking.
After reading 4 Hour Work Week the and implementing them I must tell you that it has changed my business, my life and my daily routine completely. I am able to do lot more in lot less time now. Its a 400 Page book with hundreds of examples and strategies to implement and I have tried few things I that I shared in my post here.
This book is all about how you or your business can be remarkable and being the Purple Cow to get noticed. The book has hundreds of case studies how every business has or had of being remarkable. The case studies of business like Logitech, Motorola, Nokia, hallmark.com and many more and how each of those were remarkable and how you can apply the same to any business of your choice. The Purple Cow Book Changed My Perception Towards TV Ads completely.
When it comes to blogging tips it cannot be given any better than Darren Rowse and as I follow his blog and have gone through his book about secrets of blogging I would like to compose some blogging tips. These tips are mainly from the knowledge I got by following problogger blog and his book.