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Business Growth: The 7 Best Books By The Brightest Businessmen

Whether it be to get to grips with the world of business and finance or something to give your company the edge it needs to make millions, we’ve collected some of the very best book recommendations from experts in the business sector to help you find the most useful tools for your day-to-day enterprises.

#1 Business Biographies – Stephen K Troy

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This book is a series of interesting short stories about businessmen and things most people don't even know. It illustrates the unknown aspects of the business world whilst simultaneously keeping readers engrossed with the stories of characters from all makes and backgrounds.

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Contributor: Leslie T McClure from aeropayexpress.com

#2 Confessions Of An Advertising Man – David Ogilvy

Even though the book is now more than 50 years old, Ogilvy's advice on advertising still rings true. Everyone in the business world should learn about advertising, even if it isn't in their job description. Ogilvy also provides great insights on client relations and managing employees. A must-read!

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Contributor: Colleen Welsch from glossytype.com

#3 Outliers – Malcolm Gladwell

[This book] is an examination of success at all levels. It touches on numerous concepts that businessmen and entrepreneurs can learn from. It examines the success of the Beatles and even contains an interview with Bill Gates.

When I read the book, I found myself studying the 'why' aspects of those successful people and doing my best to emulate them, or at least place myself on the path of opportunity to meet those same qualifications and carry out the same or similar actions.

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Contributor: Kevin Adkins from losangelescaraccidentattorney.co

#4 Steve Jobs – Walter Isaacson

Steve Jobs made Apple great again, and this book chronicles his life, his struggles, and his philosophy. Based on hundreds of interviews with those who were close to him, and more than 40 interviews with Jobs himself, this book is a must for anyone interested in business and entrepreneurship.

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Contributor: Caleb Ellis from mapleholistics.com 

#5 Start With Why – Simon Sinek

It has been said that if you have the “why” then the “how” works itself out. The world of business can be very cutthroat and ruthless, so having the right mindset can do a great deal for your business and its cash flow.

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Contributor: Caleb Ellis from mapleholistics.com 

#6 The Life Changing Magic Of Not Giving A F**k – Sarah Knight

Care less, get more done - this is the essence of the book. Anyone who is going into business needs to get their priorities straight, or else they will be torn apart by complications and obligations of all kinds, most of which they shouldn’t care about anyway. Think outside of the proverbial box by not even caring about the box.

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Contributor: Caleb Ellis from mapleholistics.com 

#7 Rich Dad Poor Dad

Money, business, wealth, talent, opportunities, hard work, and the very ebb and flow of life itself - these are all laid out in this amazingly useful book. It highlights a few key principles of business, and the way enlightened people use them to their advantage. Make money, manage it, and have it work for you.

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Contributor: Caleb Ellis from mapleholistics.com 

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