Isn’t it great that we live in an era where you can be self-taught at just about anything? Truly, anything you want to grow in – you can find courses, books and good old Youtube videos to piece together any kind of education. If your business is an area where you are looking to grow your knowledge…. here are several of my favorite book recommendations for growing your business.
I don’t know about you, but I am always looking for good book recommendations. Nothing is worse than purchasing a book – only to find out it’s a dud!
So… I am always the one combing through the Amazon reviews to see what people think BEFORE I buy!
In case this is you too, I thought I’d share some of my favorites with you! (no duds included in this list).
Here are my current book recommendations for growing your business:
If you are a person who just knows you need to be pursuing a certain dream… this is the book for you. I was blown away by the passion in this book and the practical tips to get you boldly pursuing the dream you have.
Ruth Soukup is a master blogger, and in this book she breaks down the steps toward building your own thriving online business. If you have thought about diving into the world of blogging, this book should be step #1.
If you are the type of person who LOVES to start new things, but never seems to finish…. this is the book for you. Oh boy, this book hit home with me! He gives super practical strategies to actually finish the things you want to.
This books has been really popular this year for a reason. He teaches how to use the power of small habits to change literally anything you want in your life.
If you’ve read many articles on my blog, you know that I LOVE this book. When I first heard Donald Miller explain this concept of marketing, I was blown away. This changes everything about marketing your business.
If you are starting any sort of business, this book walks you trough the process. In a super-accessible way, Christy takes you from idea to up-and-running business.
This book is a must-read for anyone marketing on social media. It perfectly explains HOW to talk to your crowd on social media, how to engage with them, and what kind of things you should be posting. My favorite is that he has screenshots of social media posts included and breaks down the good and the bad with each.
This book was a gem of a find for me this year! It just perfectly spoke to me about clearing out the chaos, and being present in my own life.
And then, of course we all have to read just for fun too! I haven’t gotten into the habit of reading a good fiction book in bed before falling asleep. And it has not only allowed me to unplug and wind down, but I have also found that I sleep SO much better when I read first.
So here are some just-for-fun favorites:
If you’ve click on any of the above links, you likely noticed that they all take you to Bookshop.org. Have you heard of this site before?
I recently was listening to a podcast where they explained this site, and I was smitten. It’s a way to order just about any book you can think of, and have it come from a local bookstore.
It’s become increasingly important to me to give my money to small businesses and people, rather than big chains. As much as possible anyway.
So, if that’s important to you too… books are a fun way to do that!
What great books would you add to this list of recommendations? If you have a suggestion, leave it in the comments below!