Jan 26, 2016 07:35 PM EST

5 Books About Success Every Entrepreneur Should Read

Books are one of the most influential tools of all time - that statement does not need any justification because we all know the power that each and every book holds. Just take a minute and think about all the successful people you know. It's not about exactly following their techniques, but actually unfolding yourself to the possibilities of making your own. Here are 5 of the books you should read to help bring out the best in you:

How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie. How to Win Friends and Influence People tells you that you can go after the job you want and actually get it. You can be in any possible situation but still make everything work out. It will help you bring out your maximum potential in this modern time.

The Monk and the Riddle by Randy Komisar. The author, Komisar, who has worked with companies like Apple, LucasArts Entertainment and WebTV, reveals that what prospective entrepreneurs think they know about Silicon Valley are not even half the actual business. This book will have you asking yourself; What would you be willing to do for the rest of your life?

One Minute Manager by Kenneth Blanchard. This book provides a positive role model for the first time managers who are unsure of themselves and tend to copy the things that they've seen others use.

Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill. This book showcases the most essential commodities for success in the simplest form possible. 

Magic of Thinking Big by David Schwartz. Giving you the most useful methods, the author is also the president of Creative Educational Services Inc. - a consulting firm specializing in leadership government. This book will ask you to set high goals and exceed them, and also gives secrets on how to learn and understand the habit of behaving and thinking in ways that will get you where you want to be and more. 

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