Imperium Group and WebMetrix Group Announces Top 20 Books for the Young and Experienced Entrepreneurs

TORONTO, ON / ACCESSWIRE / February 9, 2021 / Entrepreneurs know that becoming better in business goes beyond learning new business strategies. It also incorporates personal development, health, finance, and understanding yourself better, so that you can do your best work. And, for the record, this isn’t just limited to adult entrepreneurs. We’ve seen children shine in business, too. Just take Mikaila Ulmer for instance: she stunned the sharks on Shark Tank with her business, “Me and the Bees Lemonade.” Now, she’s 15 years old, and has been in business for ten years.

With the world still in lockdown, we have even more time to double down on personal development so we can be the best we can in our businesses. Here are the top 20 books for young and experienced entrepreneurs.

1. Panic! Germs & The Truth Inside American Mouths by Dr. Gladys Mcgarey, Dr. Nicholas Meyer

Think about your best days in running your business. What was your energy level? Health is critical to the success of any founder, and it isn’t just about diet, restfulness, or exercise. Surprisingly, your oral microbiome has a tremendous effect on your overall health, and this book gets to the heart of what to do with that information so that you can be in tiptop shape for running your business.

2. The Pyramid of Trust, How To Create Certainty in an Uncertain World by Aimee Tariq, Lisa Fei & Tyler Wagner

Business is about people, and people have to trust one another to buy from each other. But, how do you start to build trust with clients or your audience? It isn’t a black and white answer: in fact, there’s more of a pyramid to it. Tariq and Wagner break down just how to help your ideal client feel at ease with you, and how to establish firm business partnerships rooted in this certainty.

3. Heart To Beat: A Cardiac Surgeon’s Inspiring Story Of Success And Overcoming Adversity – The H.E.A.R.T. Way by Brian Lima, M.D.

Sometimes, learning from others’ successes is how we can model greatness in our own lives. Heart surgeon Brian Lima believes fearlessly in the American Dream from his own story, which is shared in this book. The pages detail what it means to be ambitious and fixated on greatness, with profound takeaways for all entrepreneurs who are committed to their vision for their business and their life.

4. Snowman’s Song: A Christmas Story by Marilee Joy Mayfield

As adults, we know the power of gratitude and appreciation for attracting more of what we want into our lives and businesses. Gratitude can also strengthen relationships and bonds within the workplace to make our businesses even stronger, according to research. This children’s book is about just that: gratitude, but taught by a snowman. Although it’s a Christmas book, it’s a year-round favorite because it reminds us of the power of gratitude, selflessness, and compassion in both business and life.

5. The Purpose Factor: Extreme Clarity For Why You’re Here And What To Do About It by Brian Bosché and Gabrielle Bosché

You will be tenfold more fulfilled and happy if the work you do is aligned with what you feel to be your purpose. The only hard part? Figuring out exactly what that purpose is. The Purpose Factor is a self-explorative book that will help you understand yourself and your calling in greater clarity than ever, so you can apply your unique talents and gifts to your business (or, build a new business around this newfound clarity).

6. Master Your Mindpower by Stéphane Schafeitel and Shalee Schafeitel

We all have an incredible amount of power within us: specifically, within our minds. Mental toughness is considered one of the must-have muscles for entrepreneurial success, and it can be taught and strengthened over time. The Schafeitels detail how to build your mental toughness and master your mindpower through personal stories, client stories, and science-backed research. These principles guide the Mindpower Coaching™ Methodology and Mental Toughness Training™ that they’ve offered for years with unbelievable success.

7. Weight Lifting is a Waste of Time: So Is Cardio And There’s A Better Way To Have The Body You Want by Dr. John Jaquish

Investing in physical activity is something all top entrepreneurs swear by. Many of the same principles apply across business and working out – and, with that being said, efficiency in both is always key. If you’re serious about getting in shape this year so you can be the best you can be in business, Dr. Jaquish’s book will help you discern what is and isn’t a waste of time for your weekly workouts, so you can save time, build muscle, and increase your health.

8. Oops – To Feeling Good by Dr. Tina J. Arorash

Entrepreneurs know the emotional highs and lows of life more than anyone, and this book explains just that. Written by child psychologist Dr. Tina J. Arorash, this book helps children entrepreneurs and adults explore their emotions and thoughts with free range. Sometimes, the underlying messages in children’s books can be exactly what we as adults need to hear and apply.

9. Stop Chasing Influencers: The True Path To Building Your Business and Living Your Dream by Kimanzi Constable

Influencers may seem shiny on social media, but there’s no major difference between you and them. You, too, can build an impactful business and become an industry leader. Constable’s book is the encouragement you need to trust in your business even if you don’t have a large audience – and, along the way, find immense fulfillment and fun in your career.

10. The Last Law of Attraction Book You’ll Ever Need To Read by Andrew Kap

If you too are into manifesting success for your business, you’ve likely read many books on the topic, but there’s still some confusion. No more. The law of attraction can provide immense business success (just look at Jack Canfield!), and Kaps’ book will bring clarity to how you can use and apply it as soon as today.

11. Scaredy Bat and the Missing Jellyfish (Scaredy Bat: A Vampire Detective Series) by Marina J. Bowman

This entertaining, whimsical problem-solving book is writing for young adults and teens with a powerful underlying message that can apply to business. In short: we must conquer our fears to be of service to the world. The same is true in entrepreneurship. This is a great read for young entrepreneurs who are ready to learn fearlessness.

12. Hitting Rock Middle: The Road Map From Empty Success To True Fulfillment by Sallie Holder

We’ve all heard of a mid-life crisis, and a ‘rock middle’ is similar. It’s the place between total destruction and an incredible life. Many will be okay with the ‘good enough‘ sense forever about their lives and businesses, but the best entrepreneurs know that true success and fulfillment is in fulfilling everything you’ve ever wanted for yourself and your business. This book will help you to get there.

13. The 4% Break-Thru: 96% of Small Business Owners Fail Within 10 Years. Entrepreneurs: Outlast the 96%, Avoid Burnout, and Create the Life You Love by Dr. Lance Knaub

Not all business owners dream of owning massive corporations. The small businesses deserve to be sustainable – specifically, past that 10 year mark, where 96% of small businesses fail. Dr. Knaub’s encouraging book will help you make a plan of attack for the next several decades of your life, including your continued and enhanced small business success.

14. Fear is Not the Boss of You: How To Get Out Of Your Head And Live The Life You Were Made For by Jennifer Allwood

Fear is the number one deterrent in our lives, and it’s affecting the way we run our businesses. Imagine the new products, services, and offerings you could launch if you weren’t afraid. So, stop letting fear be the boss! Allwood’s book is the kick in the pants you need to fully approach every opportunity in your life – and, to forge new opportunities fearlessly.

15. UNBROKEN Road to Freedom Finding The Strength To Fight Back When Life Beats You Down Byline: Dr. Kimberly Regan

In business, we get knocked down far more often than we’d like. But, we can take on the strength to surmount any business challenge when we’re inspired by stories like Dr. Kimberly Regan’s. This memoir recounts her story from experiencing homelessness to graduating from Harvard, down to the exact perspectives and strategies that kept her fighting. Additionally, a portion of this book’s proceeds is donated to charities that work with abuse victims.

16. ENRICH: Create Wealth in Time, Money and Meaning by Todd Miller

You don’t have to constantly be choosing between time, money, and life’s purpose, even as a busy entrepreneur. There shouldn’t be constant sacrifices across your life. Todd Miller shares his own story of struggle with exactly this, and how he overcame it to ensure that his life was full of enrichment in every category.

17. The Live Launch Method: The “Simplicity Meets Strategy” Formula to Make Millions Online by Kelly Roach

Making millions online sounds complicated, but it shouldn’t be. In fact, the more simple, the better. Kelly Roach is a highly regarded business coach and catalyst, and this book details her secrets to million-dollar launches in an easy-to-follow formula.

18. Get It Done: From Procrastination to Creative Genius in 15 Minutes a Day by Sam Bennett

When you come up with a new business idea or urging, it can be hard to actually get the work done or the plan onto paper. Procrastination is a common struggle for many entrepreneurs, but it’s also one of the main ways that we can sabotage ourselves in business. Enter “Get It Done,” which will help you overhaul how you approach new ideas so you can, well, get it done. This book was written by Sam Bennett, who is an actor, comedian, and teacher. He brings his own tried-and-true daily practices for unleashing his creative genius to the pages of this book.

19. Introduction to Quantum Human Design by Karen Curry Parker

Quantum Human Design is one of the most profound ways you can get to know your strengths and weaknesses so that you can master your business with ease and power. Human design provides the blueprint of the energy you came into the world with, and with this knowledge, new levels of success and impact can be tapped into. To supercharge your business, learn more about how human design can help you to reach and fulfill your full potential.

20. Loving Your Business: Rethink Your Relationship With Your Company And Make It Work For You by Debbie King

Work/life balance is a buzzword, but one that needs to be discussed. There’s a fine line between loving your business and being overly attached to your business. Many entrepreneurs experience crippling burnout due to unhealthy relationships with their companies, and this book shares the proper insights and tips to make sure that you are doing all you can for your business in a sustainable, healthy fashion.


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