Issa Asad Suggests These 4 Books to Help Grow a Successful Business
Today, there are plenty of inspiring books that can help you launch your business, set and accomplish goals, promote your business and help you manage your finances.
“In fact, you’ll find plenty of books at the shelf that will confuse you when trying to figure out the one worth reading,” said Issa Asad Florida entrepreneur and social media expert. Mr. Asad is the CEO of Q Link Wireless and Quadrant Holdings, located in South Florida. He is also the author of 4 e-commerce and marketing e-books that can be purchased on Amazon.
Here, Issa Asad Suggests These 4 Books to Help Grow a Successful Business. Not only are they inspiring but they are actionable equipped with some useful insights, tips and advice to you as a small business owner.
1. The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho
Similar to the “Prodigal son” this book aims to comfort the afflicted while afflicting the comfortable, both at the same time. With over two million copies sold worldwide, Coelho’s parable has crossed boundaries of book and took it’s own life creating a movement all around the globe. The Alchemist emphasizes on remembering who we really are and venturing into unknown territories with the hope of achieving more than what we have already accomplished. Basically, it’s all about realizing your true legend and chasing your dreams regardless of the hurdles that may come our way. Santiago- the persona in the book also shows us how to deal with frustrations in a growing business should things not go as planned.
2. Rich20something by Daniel DiPiazza
If you are contemplating on quiting your normal day job to start your own business but you are still doubting if you possess the relevant skills to succeed, then this copy is a must read. Based on his own observations and experience together with those of his close friends. Daniel explains why it’s necessary to quit your boring job to venture into opportunities where your unique skills may give you a lump some income. More so, he highlights on the need to be original and authentic before quiting your average job to build a great career.
3. The Power of Habit by Charles Duhigg
Habits can either build or destroy an individuals life depending on the type. This book explains in depth the value of habits in our day to day life operations and how we can understand them and integrate the same in our businesses if we want to grow. Published in Feb 2012 by the New York reporter, it breaks down habit into three elements: cue, routine and reward. He goes ahead to explain how understanding these three vital elements can help one change their bad habits as well as form good ones. This habitual change is good for business and you will soon realize better rewards.
4. Deep Work by Cal Newport
Deep Work explains the ability to fully focus on much meaningful work without getting carried away by the meaningless things in our work places. In this masterpiece, author and professor Cal Newport highlights how the modern day workers spend most of their time battling interruptions and distractions caused by the new technologies available at work. He gives a procedure containing four rules that will help any individual transform their mind while focusing on the habits that will allow deep work to take place.