Reading List: Art, Epiphanies, and Linchpins?

On my journey to become proficient in sales, marketing, and entrepreneurship I will completely immerse myself with the writings of successful active practitioners (and not theorists) in the field to learn from their experiences, both good and bad. This will give me a good foundation of what and what not to do in the business world, and provide me a starting point to my autodidacticism. *Some of these books are not exactly about sales, marketing, and entrepreneurship but are still relevant and useful in life.*

In no particular order:

  • The Education of Millionaires – Michael Ellsberg
  • Enchantment – Guy Kawasaki
  • What Would Google Do? – Jeff Jarvis
  • Innovation and Entrepreneurship – Peter Drucker
  • The Art of the Start – Guy Kawasaki
  • Linchpin: Are you indispensable? – Seth Godin
  • Never Eat Alone – Keith Ferrazzi
  • Four Steps to an Epiphany – Steven Blank
  • How to win Friends and Influence People – Dale Carnegie

Most of these can be found in the public library so the cost is very low. I will also blog about what I learn from each book so become a follower ( look to upper-right :) and learn along.


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