Book reading raccoons are in constant search of recommendations. The desire to read good books and increase knowledge is a desire that we all have. There are some books that have inspired successful entrepreneurs and they recommend the books to the masses to enlighten them. Here are the books recommended by successful entrepreneurs are as follows.
Sapiens, a brief history of humankind by Yuval Noah Harari, recommended by Mark Zuckerberg
Mark Zuckerberg and his innovation Facebook has changed the picture of society and the way we bond with our loved ones. Similarly, the book recommended by him Sapiens is about the evolution of society. The book explains the benefit of teamwork and how humanity has benefitted from creating bigger teams.
Why we sleep: Unlocking the power of sleep and Dream by Matthew Walker recommended by Bill Gates
The book sounds like a self-help book but then it’s a book about the behavioral science of sleep and its impact on the human body. We all tend to overwork and regard sleep as a waste of time. The book teaches us about the need and importance of sleep.
Zero to One by Peter Thiel recommended by Elon Musk
Zero to One is a fascinating book that depicts technological advancements in the current world. There is a constant effort in improving the technology and upgrading it but the book places emphasis on creating new technology rather than upgrading.
Leonardo Da Vince by Walter Isaacson recommended by Mukesh Ambani
The man has recommended very few books and this book tops his list of recommendations. The book is about Da Vinci’s personal notes and varied notes. Walter Isaacson explains the beautiful connection between art, philosophy, botany, geology, and humanities, the aspects that had immense importance in Da Vinci’s life. The book touches on several topics and as Mukesh Ambani is involved in various businesses he recommended the book.
MiTek: A global success story, 1981-2011 by Jim Healy recommended by Warren Buffet
The book is about the story of MiTek a small Midwestern firm that was about to collapse due to financial reasons but then became the strongest supplier in the industry. The book is about surviving during the tough times and coming out of it