As we shake off the summer malaise and head into fall, it’s the perfect time to read some motivational and insightful business books.
And there’s no shortage of good material. Coming out in the next two months are memoirs packed with advice, like Virgin Group founder Richard Branson’s “The Virgin Way: Everything I Know About Leadership;” post-recession financial analysis, like Martin Wolf’s “The Shifts and the Shocks: What We’ve Learned — and Have Still to Learn — from the Financial Crisis;” and useful professional guides, like Steven Pinker’s “The Sense of Style: The Thinking Person’s Guide to Writing in the 21st Century.”
We’ve gathered some of the fall’s most interesting and valuable books to add to your reading list. Some are available now and others are available for pre-order.
- 81The written word—be it in the form of a paperback, a hardbound book or E-book—can leave a lasting imprint on a person’s development. If you're looking to better yourself as a professional, needing some business inspiration, or just want to dive into a good read during your commute to work—have…
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- 72Data from guest interviews on The Twenty Minute VC Podcast by Harry Stebbings Check it here : https://public.tableau.com/shared/2K4GRTGZT?:showVizHome=no
- 65Business is full of dry, boring material that needs your attention. Here, Inc. columnists share ways to get through the drudgery. There is no shortage of material that needs to be read in business, including marketing copy, business plans, contracts, legal documents, and, of course, business books. I love to read,…