Five inspiring books to help you start a business


Nothing inspires you to launch your own successful business more than learning how other entrepreneurs started theirs. Get-step-by step guidance on taking your business from an idea to the boardroom – and learn the secret to financial success.

1. Start Your Business in 7 Days: Turn Your Idea Into a Life-Changing Success
‘Many people could have a different and more positive future if they read this book.’ (John Vincent, Co-Founder Of Leon Management Today )

2. How to Make a Million Before Lunch
As Enterprise Editor of The Sunday Times, Rachel Bridge has met hundreds of the world’s most successful entrepreneurs. Now she shares their expertise to show you the top 20 shortcuts to creating a booming business – and the energy-sapping, time-wasting traps to avoid along the way – so you too can make a million – asap.

 3. Business Model You: A One-Page Method For Reinventing Your Career
‘…entertaining, thought provoking and, I suspect, effective…There are numerous helpful, insightful and very interesting exercises to help with the development process’ (Financial Adviser, 30th August 2012)

4. How I Made It: 40 Successful Entrepreneurs Reveal How They Made Millions
‘I am delighted that a new generation of entrepreneurs is emerging whose ideas and innovation will provide the momentum to drive business in this country forward. rachel bridge s inspiring book has perfectly summed up the passion, the commitment and the sheer excitement of being an entrepreneur and will help encourage many others to do the same.’ Sir Richard Branson

5. The Barefoot Executive: The Ultimate Guide for Being Your Own Boss and Achieving Financial Freedom
As “The Barefoot Executive,” Carrie Wilkerson has  become the definitive resource for helping others achieve extra income and career goals while working from home and keeping their priorities intact. She is a mentor/coach/advisor to more than one hundred thousand men and women as The Barefoot Executive.

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