Entrepreneurs can find many resources online- from mentors to the books written by them. Damon Brown is the author of Bring Your Worth and believes books for entrepreneurs are not meant for reading when situations arise, because then you will be busy with more pressing issues at hand.
There are many books for entrepreneurs who are just starting out with their ventures, each focusing on different aspects of the journey. When it comes to guidance, the modern age entrepreneurs can look online for inspiration and resources. Damon Brown personally believes the first thing to do while embarking upon this journey is to start following people who are doing what you want to do. This includes reading their blogs, following their Twitter handles and so on. For instance, Brown began following Jason Creed, the co-founder of Basecamp, when he officially became an entrepreneur. Creed’s book, Rework, is one of Brown’s Bibles, simply because he felt Creed resonated with him through his writing. This is where mentorship becomes a resource for budding entrepreneurs, irrespective of whether your mentor knows you exist or not.
Finding good books for entrepreneurs is only second to finding mentorship, but it is no less important. Successful entrepreneurs ensure they read a couple books every year. Brown recommends the following must-read books for entrepreneurs:
Getting a library is vital for budding entrepreneurs as reading will help you plan out your next step in unexpected situations.