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Reading list: Best business books according to Forbes (March 2022)

Reading list: Best business books according to Forbes (March 2022) – That will be the topic of today’s article.

The best business books are popular not only with aspiring entrepreneurs. They are recommended for reading in lyceums, are taken at university courses in micro-and macroeconomics, they are on the shelves of psychotherapists and writers-philosophers.

Why? Because this kind of literature asks the right questions and teaches our brain not to relax at the most crucial moments. How to learn to distinguish these moments from the rest, when to act, and when to take a time out are only a tiny part of the knowledge and skills that we draw from this well.

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Sometimes Forbes journalists summarize their experience of reading stacks of business books in the form of lists like Forbes’ Best Business Books. Such ratings are the only reliable guide in the ocean of Internet articles, mediocre authors, and outright profanity.

The best business books don’t come out often, but the process doesn’t stop there. Well-known authors are working on new publications, young talented specialists are emerging with a different understanding of the market and business in general from the traditional one.

Their correctness (or fallacy of views) has yet to be proved by time. We will pay attention to proven writers and books, whose authority is unshakable, like the US gold and foreign exchange reserve.

“Let’s Get Real or Let’s Not Play: Transforming the Buyer/Seller Relationship” by Mahan Khalsa. See it here.

How to win in business and turn customers into loyal fans. Have you asked this question? If you are on this page, then yes. The work of Khalsa and Illig is suitable for those who work in sales or build their business on interactions with regular customers. It is the development of a base of grateful customers who return to you again and again that forms the basis of the author’s method.

Popular business coaches provide powerful tools based on the experience of companies from various fields to increase customer loyalty. After all, a satisfied customer is a free opportunity to attract new ones. The so-called “word of mouth”.

You just need to earn the trust of a few by providing a quality service or recommending your product – and that’s it! These few people will tell their friends, and those – their own. Before you have time to look back, the snowball is already rushing with might and main, just have time to competently increase the load on production and/or employees.

This book is easy to read, not overloaded with terms and complex phrases, recommended for those who sell expensive/complex products.

“Weird Ideas That Work: How to Build a Creative Company” by Robert Sutton. See it here on Amazon.

The system of unblinded creative thinking is a constant vector aimed at the success of your business. Gone are the days when, for a breakthrough in business, it was enough to gather all colleagues and partners, arrange a brainstorming session, and voila – money is pouring in. In the 21st century, a systematic approach to creative solutions is needed to be competitive or just stay afloat.

If you are lucky enough to occupy a narrow niche and no one is stepping on your heels – rejoice. Because it won’t belong. Sooner or later, those who will take your idea, improve, and chop off half the market will come. This is the truth of life. To be proactive, it is enough to buy a book by Robert Sutton for the corporate library right now and start systematically implementing the tips from it.

This book is written in an accessible language for everyone and everyone who experienced a creative crisis, recommended for who are in search of effective innovations and a “fresh breath” of ideas, and the book is written in a creative way, which is like a muscle in our body, it can and should be trained no matter what you do or work for.

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“Blue Ocean Strategy. How to Create Uncontested Market Space and Make the Competition Irrelevant” by Chan Kim. Buy it here.

How to create products that people need right now – such thoughts excite the minds of entrepreneurs who know how to benefit situationally. There will always be those who can sell Hong Kong’s clean air, snow to Eskimos, and homemade masks during a pandemic. But what if you are not one of those people? How to get out of the routine scheme of work-home-work and start living for your own pleasure?

It is not guaranteed that Chan Kim will provide answers to these and similar questions in his work. But the fact that the book will turn your view of familiar things – yes. It will give an understanding of how others make money on everything, and over time you will begin to see potential “gold veins” where others see only a bunch.

“The Life-Changing Magic of Not Giving a F**k” by Sarah Knight. Find it here.

To forget about what used to worry you and calm down – how can this be applied in business? After all, our list of “10 best business books according to Forbes” is primarily for people who want to improve their skills at work or take a profitable business to a new level.

Everything is extremely simple! When you demand from yourself to give all your best and try to jump above your head, but it doesn’t always work out or not the way you wanted, it’s very important to pause, read such a light and humorous book. Allow yourself the right to be wrong. Allow yourself to be yourself and not strive to meet other people’s expectations.

It is after such pauses that you look at your usual business with new eyes. You find beauty in what you previously considered a disadvantage. You learn to benefit from it and even profit.

“Disrupted: My Misadventure in the Start-Up Bubble” by Daniel Lyons. Available here.

If you really look for the answer to this question in the book – in vain. It is written satirically and that is how it should be perceived. Readers who took it in all seriousness ended up being slightly disappointed and angrily accused the author in the comments on the forums and under the product in online stores.

For those who are as far as possible from the IT industry, but are still impressed by the futuristic offices of large Silicon Valley companies, it will be useful to know the “other side of the coin”. Behind every successful project and multi-million dollar turnover are simple programmers. It is the employees, hard work, and endless attempts to optimize the code that make corporations with a worldwide reputation out of IT startups.

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“The Lean Startup: How Today’s Entrepreneurs Use Continuous Innovation to Create Radically Successful” by Eric Ries. Buy it here.

The publication captivates with its compactness – only 253 pages. You take it in your hands and do not expect “water” or a prequel to something more. This is true. All reviews of Eric Ries’ book are similar in one thing – the author skillfully collected under one cover the best methods and practices applicable to startups.

This collection of useful tips will replace perhaps a dozen works on the topic of business development on the table. A clear plan, a flexible strategy is applicable to any area.

The basic concepts of “lean manufacturing” have already collected a lot of rave reviews and are about to become classics of management.

This book is a must-read for future and established entrepreneurs. The consequences of reading can positively affect the development of your business, moreover, this is an Amazon.com bestseller.

“The 80/20 Principle: The Secret of Achieving More with Less” by Richard Koch. See it here on Amazon.

How can we improve efficiency with less effort by learning to identify and use the 80/20 principle—the well-known, undisclosed secret that 80 percent of all our business and life results come from just 20 percent of our efforts? efforts. The 80/20 Principle is one of the great secrets of highly effective people and organizations.

Did you know, for example, that 20% of customers account for 80% of revenue? That 20 percent of our time is 80 percent of the work we do? The 80/20 Principle shows how we can achieve so much more with much less effort, time and resources by simply identifying and focusing our efforts on the 20 percent that really matters. While the 80/20 principle has been influencing the modern business world for a long time, author Richard Koch breaks down how the principle works and shows how we can systematically and practically use it to dramatically increase our efficiency and improve our careers and our companies.

An unspoken consequence of the 80/20 principle is that little of what we spend our time on really matters. But by focusing on the things that work, we can unlock the enormous potential of the magic 20 percent and change how we perform at work, in our careers, in business, and in life.

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