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Issa Asad 5 Business Books to Inspire Young Entrepreneurs

Inspirational books provide helpful insights on how to tackle challenges in life. “Young entrepreneurs looking for perfect break out on business challenges often look for inspirational books for guidance,” said Issa Asad Florida CEO and entrepreneur for over 18 years. Mr. Asad is the CEO of Q Link Wireless, Quadrant Holdings, and Bond Media. He is also the author of 4 social media marketing and e-commerce marketing e-books, including Instant Profits with Instagram.

Here are 5 business books to inspire young entrepreneurs.

1. The Secret by Rhonda Byrne

The Secret is a quality book that focuses on positive thinking when tackling problems. The author, Rhonda Byrne, elaborates on the simple principle of “like attracting like” and as a result the outcomes that we get in life are true reflections of our thinking. Positive mindset in tackling problems always yields wonderful results, but negative thinking is the recipe of chaos and failure in realizing our aspirations. The Secret is a must-have book for any young entrepreneur in need of inspiration on how to develop a positive way of thinking in tackling challenges.

2. Magic of Thinking Big by David Schwartz

The second book in this list is had to be something for the entrepreneurs who dream big. Magic of Thinking Big is one of the few inspirational books that give realistic views on how thinking big can transform your life financially, personally and in every other aspect as long as you are ready to visualize yourself as a success. Your goals should be set higher for you to score high in life. Little dreams yield little effort and hence small results. The author of this magic book provides constructive perceptions on how big thinking improves self-esteem and overall performance, which young entrepreneurs will definitely find useful.

3. As a Man Thinketh by James Allen

The power of thinking analyzed by James Allen in As a Man Thinketh is superb for any young entrepreneurs who want to develop a belief of victory in everything they do. The thoughts that make you miserable and those that make you happy are explored in equal measure by the author, making it a great read for anyone who is bogged down with hardships. Even the leading business moguls started their top-notch enterprises by getting rid of negative thoughts that bring about helplessness.

4. The Alchemist by Paul Coelho

Many admirers of Paul Coelho literal writings will surely fall in love with this sentimental novel that shows the journey of a young boy who follows his dreams and achieve a lot after getting help from a mentor. The book outlines the important role that the society plays in helping individuals achieve their goals. The author provides a perfect example of why you should seek help from more experienced entrepreneurs in running your business. You should not isolate your dreams to yourself if you want to be successful. Have a mentor who will guide you on the right path to take always.

5. The Last Lecture by Randy Pautsch

This inspirational book on achieving childhood dreams will help you rethink some of your priorities in life. The Last Lecture questions readers on what their legacy would be if they all of a sudden vanished away. Your childhood dreams are crucial in every stage of life. Similarly, the dreams you have as a young entrepreneur should be the groundwork of every step you will take in running your business in the future. The author is also keen on pointing out how realizing babyhood dreams bring about a filling of fulfillment to your life. It is a simple book that you will find worthwhile in your quest for inspiration.

Remember to always go for the big shots in life by developing a win-win attitude from the start to the very end.

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