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by Irina Kings | Jan 4, 2018

Business Books to Get Ahead In 2018

Business Books that u must read in 2018 . Business Books to add to your tablet or nightstand : Scientific evidence also points to reading as…


Business Books that u must read in 2018 .

Business Books to add to your tablet or nightstand :

Scientific evidence also points to reading as a way to significantly improve in terms of health and wellness factors such as mental acuity, stress levels, sleep quality, empathy, and positivity. Over the past year I’ve made it a habit of continual reading. Whether it be books on this list who I’ve come to love and admire or new books that I’ve gotten a sneak peak, each one will help you grow. Pick up some great business books to ensure that 2018 starts correctly and stays successful.

“Hug Your Haters,” by Jay Baer.

Baer wants to help readers move on from legacy forms of customer service like telephone and email and move into 2018 armed with methods for delivering on customer expectations — all in the public’s view online. The book also covers how to embrace complaints, turn bad news into great news, and transform haters into ambassadors for a brand.

“The Startup Hero’s Pledge,” by Tim Draper.

Billionaire investor, venture capitalist, and bitcoin aficionado Tim Draper has written a book and decided to release each chapter for free on Medium, making it accessible to all. His first chapter can be found here, as can the others he has published to date.In the chapters Draper has released, he shares his thoughts on freedom, investment decisions, and his philosophical approach to work and life as an early backer of Skype and Baidu.


“They Ask, You Answer,” by Marcus Sheridan.

The book relates the story of how Sheridan’s company, River Pools and Spas, used content marketing to rise from the brink of bankruptcy during the 2008 economic crisis. Sheridan’s success has turned him into a highly sought-after speaker and a trusted voice in digital marketing and sales. The book will help you get a complete picture on how to integrate marketing and sales for an effective content strategy

“Radical Candor: Be a Kick-Ass Boss Without Losing Your Humanity,” by Kim Scott.

For anyone with a team to lead, “Radical Candor” is an important book that helps put this role into serious perspective, especially for those who run virtual teams and don’t often see the talent. Scott provides examples related to experience leading teams at Google and Apple in order to illustrate how to care deeply for employees.

“Barking Up the Wrong Tree: The Surprising Science Behind Why Everything You Know About Success Is (Mostly) Wrong,” by Eric Barker.

Based on his successful blog by the same title, Barker has created a must-read business book that will alter how you look at success, what it means, and how you know you have achieved it.

Barker calls on everything from Buddhist philosophy to Genghis Khan’s strategy to illustrate that there’s a different way to get real success and create the life you want.