Business Books

This Is Why Reading Fiction Can Help You Write Better Business Books

Emotionally powerful narratives will keep people riveted by your business book. Fiction can show you how to write them.

5 Pitfalls to Avoid When Writing Your First Business Book

First-time writers make a lot of common mistakes, but they can be easily fixed.

10 New Books for Leading in a Hybrid Work Environment

Here are 10 excellent books designed to help readers lead, communicate and perform well in a hybrid workplace.

John Rampton

Free Virtual Book Reading | Feb 17: Don't Just Influence--WINfluence: A Virtual Book Launch with Author Jason Falls

Hear author Jason Falls and Jennifer Dorsey, Editorial Director of Entrepreneur Press, discuss Jason's new book, Winfluence - Reframing Influencer Marketing to Ignite Your Brand. Plus, when you join us for this virtual reading, you'll receive 25% off of print and digital copies of the book.

9 Investing Books Entrepreneurs Need to Read in 2021

The guidance in these nine books will help entrepreneurs master the investing game in 2021.

John Rampton

3 Tips That Can Help You Read More Books This Year

These strategies can help you be more productive and read more books.

Julia McCoy

Survey: The Top 9 Books Recommended by Millionaires

So you want to be a millionaire? Start reading like one.

Hayden Field

Bill Gates's Top 5 Books of 2019

Here's the Microsoft co-founder's year-end list of books to read and gift, spanning from a one-volume U.S. history to an investigation into why humans sleep.

Hayden Field

32 Entrepreneurs Share the Books They Always Recommend

Entrepreneurs tell us the books they always tell others to read.

Nina Zipkin

Got a Business Idea? Billionaire Stephen A. Schwarzman Has 3 Questions to Ask Yourself Before Launching It.

If you're going to start a business, it must pass three basic tests, says the CEO of global private equity firm The Blackstone Group.

How to Know Whether Writing a Book Will Grow Your Business

Follow these guidelines to make the smart choice and get the most out of it.

Wendy Keller