Books For Pondering
I read a lot of books but these are the books that have torn pages and have provided much pondering.
Please suggest any you think should be added to the list.
Millionaire Fastlane M.J. DeMarco (probably the best on the list for deciding on what kind of business to start)
Nail It then Scale It Nathan Furr & Paul Ahlstrom (Once you found your idea, the necessary steps to grow rapidly)
How To Build A Billion Dollar App George Berkowski (all of the necessary steps for creating a successful app)
The 4-Hour Workweek
Probably the best book for the entrepreneur. Loads of great ways to build a business. This should be required reading for every college student.
Choose Yourself James Altucher (how to think of ideas for businesses)
Get Rich Click
If you want to make money online, this book is invaluable. Marc offers plenty of ways to use the Internet as a commerce platform. Required reading for ANYONE that owns a website.
Zero To One Peter Thiel Notes on startups, or how to build the future
The Gorilla Game Geoffrey Moore
Crossing The Chasm Geoffrey Moore
Inside The Tornado Geoffrey Moore
The Tipping Point
Malcolm Gladwell highlights how concepts and new technologies become accepted and the new norm.
Trade Like An O'Neil Disciple
If you have ever wondered how some investors are able to generate 1000% plus percent returns, this is the book. Using William Oneil's CANSLIM guidance, this book shows you how to find your big winners (and big losers for shorting).
There is one rule in the book that I have used for years that MUST be followed. (email me if you want to know)
Insider Buy SuperStocks Jesse Stine
Trend Following Michael Covel
Ex FOX News anchor Tobin Smith (Bulls and Bears regular) highlights how to spot a "Changewave", or as others would call it, a trend. Like any wave, trying to ride it too early or late will be unsuccessful. The book also discusses how to determine how big a wave will be and how to find the companies involved. Want to spot the "next big thing"?..this book will show you how.
Data and Goliath Bruce Schneir
The Third Wave Steve Case
What books have inspired you and should be required reading?