Issa Asad Shares 5 Books Every Entrepreneur Must Read ASAP
When I started my first company, I wasn’t sure how to behave as a leader and entrepreneur. But, as deep I went into the field of the business world, I know that I have to learn more about being successful in my businesses. I am Issa Asad Florida entrepreneur and businessman since 1996. I am the CEO of Q Link Wireless and Quadrant Holdings.
To become successful in business, I needed mentorship on leadership, delegation, creating systems and much more. So, the best route to get my answers is books. Yes, I know that we studied so many boring books in our academic education. But, I will assure you that when the first time you are going to read Rich Dad Poor Dad, by Robert Kiyosaki, then the first question will pop out in your mind is why are they not teaching financial education in schools?
So, let’s begin my favorite four books which change my mind completely and give me a new perspective to look the world in a positive manner:-
1. Rich Dad Poor Dad, by Robert Kiyosaki
This is a “must read” book in your priority of becoming an entrepreneur. Without having any idea of financial education and what qualities make an 8th grader to become Hawaii’s richest man? You will get lost in the field of business. This book also gives a different perspective to look and observe our parents, relatives, and friends who belong to 99% people in the world.
This book also explains the difference between assets and liabilities which are the footing stones of financial education. After the completion of this book, you are not going to say that my house, car, and iPhone are assets.
2. Rich Dad’s Quadrant, by Robert Kiyosaki
This book explains the difference between four people in the world and how can you take an advantage of other people money and other people time to become rich? In this book, Robert Kiyosaki explains that there are two guys who are paying the highest in income tax and earning the lowest in money. Those guys are employees and small business owner.
The other guys who are the richest and successful in their lives are big business owners and Investors. This book tells about the paycheck and security problem in our society which stops many people from achieving entrepreneurship success in their life.
3. Four Hour Workweek, by Tim Ferriss
This book tells about the 80:20 Pareto principle application in a real world and How to use the power of delegation or outsourcing to remove unwanted 80 percent work from your lifecycle. So, you can concentrate on 20 percent tasks which are producing the maximum profit and happiness in your life.
4. How to Win Friends and Influence People, by Dale Carnegie
According to me, this book is the best one to read. It will tell you about the tricks to make any person your friend and how to leverage the power of networking? So, you can get the maximum exposure in your life and meet with great persons with charismatic personalities.[/fusion_text]