Random Book Generator for Digital Entrepreneurs

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If you're stuck on what to read on your iPad or Kindle this weekend, use my random book generator below. Unlike other generators on the Internet, mine is specifically curated for Entrepreneurs.

The best entrepreneur book for you is only a click away!

On the off chance you don't find a great book in my generator, here are some of the best books for Entrepreneurs I've read to date.

  1. "Zero to One" by Peter Thiel (Published: 2014)
    Dive deep into unconventional wisdom and envision a future different from the present. This book is perfect if you're into breaking norms and setting new standards.

  2. "The Lean Startup" by Eric Ries (Published: 2011)
    A fresh take on launching startups. Gone are the days of playing it by ear; it's all about strategy and innovation now. This one's a game-changer.

  3. "Daring Greatly" by Brené Brown (Published: 2012)
    A compelling narrative on the power of vulnerability, especially when the entrepreneurial journey throws curveballs.

  4. "The Hard Thing About Hard Things" by Ben Horowitz (Published: 2014)
    A raw look into the challenging landscapes of the business world, sprinkled with realness every entrepreneur needs.

  5. "The E-Myth Revisited" by Michael E. Gerber (Published: 1995)
    Bursting major entrepreneurial myths, this book guides those who feel trapped, showing there's another way.

  6. "Atomic Habits" by James Clear (Published: 2018)
    Discover why tiny habits matter and how small changes can lead to giant leaps in both personal and business life.

  7. "Shoe Dog" by Phil Knight (Published: 2016)
    Take a roller coaster ride through the journey of building Nike. It's an intimate recount of an entrepreneur's highs and lows.

  8. "Grit: The Power of Passion and Perseverance" by Angela Duckworth (Published: 2016)
    It's not all about talent; it's about the grind and the heart you put into your dream.

  9. "Tools of Titans" by Timothy Ferriss (Published: 2016)
    Get insights into the lives of those who've made it big. Like having backstage passes to a show of legends.

  10. "Drive: The Surprising Truth About What Motivates Us" by Daniel H. Pink (Published: 2009)
    Dive deep into what really makes us tick. Perfect for anyone aiming to inspire and motivate.

  11. "The Innovator's Dilemma" by Clayton Christensen (Published: 1997)
    Uncover why large companies can get blindsided by innovations and how entrepreneurs can turn this to their advantage.

  12. "Start With Why" by Simon Sinek (Published: 2009)
    A deep dive into the reasons some companies make it big while others falter. Hint: It's all about the 'why'.

  13. "Rework" by Jason Fried & David Heinemeier Hansson (Published: 2010)
    Business wisdom that breaks the mold. If you're tired of business as usual, this one's a breath of fresh air.

  14. "The $100 Startup" by Chris Guillebeau (Published: 2012)
    Discover how to lead a life of adventure, meaning, and purpose – and still earn a good living.

  15. "Purple Cow" by Seth Godin (Published: 2003)
    In a world full of brown cows, learn how to stand out and be the purple cow in the market.

  16. "Crushing It!" by Gary Vaynerchuk (Published: 2018)
    Get the lowdown on how the world's top influencers leverage the power of social media to grow their brand and business.

  17. "Built to Last" by Jim Collins & Jerry I. Porras (Published: 1994)
    Not just about building a successful company, but one that'll stand the test of time. Because why aim for good when you can aim for legendary?

  18. "The Art of Start" by Guy Kawasaki (Published: 2004)
    Starting a venture? This book is like a mentor, guiding you through the initial phases of the entrepreneurial journey.

  19. "Never Split the Difference" by Chris Voss (Published: 2016)
    Dive into the art of negotiation, as seen through the eyes of a former FBI negotiator. Not your everyday business book.

  20. "The Personal MBA" by Josh Kaufman (Published: 2010)
    Skip the business school and get all the wisdom packed into one book. Everything you need to understand the art of business.

Matt Irving is the CEO of Super Easy Tech, LLC.
Matt is the CEO of Super Easy Tech and creator of Super Easy CRM. He is a passionate software engineer, tech blogger, and gamer. Feel free to connect on any of the platforms listed below.

Posted by: Matt Irving on 8/20/2023