The Top 5 Books
For Small Business Owners

Entrepreneurship is not typically taught unless you specifically went to school for it. While plenty of small business owners have an MBA, the majority lack the degree and, thus, the extensive education that comes with it.

Sure, having an MBA may make you more knowledgeable in business, but it is not a requirement to run a successful company. There are plenty of other ways to educate yourself, reading being one of them.

The folks over at Zapier cultivated a list of some of the best books for small business owners to read. Take a look at the top five we think you should add to your bookshelf!

Rich Dad Poor Dad

By Robert T. Kiyosaki

Even after 25 years since it was first published, Rich Dad Poor Dad remains the top personal finance book of all time. It is a staple for anyone who is looking to build wealth.

Strategize to Win

By Carla A. Harris

Whether you are just starting out with your business or are a seasoned vet, you are bound to go through various trials and tribulations. Brown shares her insights on how to garner momentum and strategize to be victorious in your pursuits.

Start With Why

By Simon Sinek

A personal favorite. When starting out with a business, asking yourself “why?” is critical to motivation and taking action.

Dare to Lead

By Brené Brown

Merging her experience in braving the wilderness with research cultivated from leaders and cultural influences, Brown divulges secrets to using what she’s learned in leadership roles.

The Work

By Wes Moore

For anyone feeling lost or without a purpose, this is the book for you! Discover Moore’s journey of self-discovery and finding his potential in this best seller.