While we’re still in quarantine, you can utilize more of your time to focus on your business or getting ideas started. Maybe you have questions about how to up your branding for your business or how to market yourself. Now’s the best time to read up on all of the tips and tricks to get you in your business bag! Check out these marketing and branding books that are sure to get you in the business mindset.
1. “Think and Grow Rich” by Napoleon Hill
This popular book was written in 1937 and inspired by Scottish-American industrialist, Andrew Carnegie. Broken up into 13 sections, these “principles” will put your mindset in the perspective needed to develop a business-like mindset. Reviews on the book have been nothing but great and has encouraged many to tap into their business-like mind.
2. “I am My Brand: How to Build Your Brand Without Apology” by Kubi Springer
To all the young women ready to take on the world, this book is for you. This “toolkit”is designed to help women discover the different techniques there are to building your brand and facing challenges along the way. Equipped with personal anecdotes, visual demonstrations and more, this book is a guide for young, female entrepreneurs who want to leave their mark.
3. “Atomic Habits” by James Clear
It all starts with you and your habits. Atomic Habits addresses the good and bad habits to have when becoming who you want to be. Clear is an expert on behavior and habit formation so, he gives tips and strategies on how to break bad habits, form good ones and stay motivated through it all. If you’re needing a wake-up call to get organized and disciplined, this may be the book for you.
4. “Girl, Stop Apologizing” by Rachel Hollis
Hollis intertwines her Christian faith with lessons she’s learned about what it means to be a woman in today’s society. Hollis is a #1 New York Times bestselling author, podcaster, and founder of a multimillion-dollar media company. She wrote this book for women who aren’t living to their full potential to help them understand their dreams and goals are attainable.
5. “Secrets of Six-Figure Women” by Barbara Stanny
This book gives a look into the widely unknown twist of the gender pay gap. There’s a rising number of women who make six figures or more that aren’t talk about. Barbara Stanny writes about her research conducted on women who earn six figures and what she finds is although every woman is different, they all have some things in common; some things that can help the next generation of aspiring six-figure earning women accomplish that goal.
These books are just an introduction to many more that will help you gain knowledge on how to market yourself in the business world. Small things such as behaviors and habits contribute to bigger things when trying to climb the ladder to the top. So, cuddle up to a good book and read up on what you can do to better your business and your business mindset.