The E-Myth Revisited

The E is for Entrepreneur and this is a good book for anyone planning to run a small business. I’ve had businesses since the age of 16 but I still took away some great insights and ideas.
The key thoughts are “Don’t work in your business, work on your business” and do not start a company to “get a job”.
As with most books in this segment some parts are brilliant and others are just uninteresting but all in all a very good book.
4/5

The 4-Hour Workweek

The 4-Hour Workweek: Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich
by Timothy Ferriss
I guess this can already be considered “A modern classic”. Tim is challenging our norms and some I took to heart, some I think is not for me but that’s what’s expected from this sort of book, right? Just a few good ideas to take home is enough for a recommendation 🙂
4/5

eBoys

eBoys: The First Inside Account of Venture Capitalists at Work
by Randall E. Stross
Just finished this fascinating book about the 90’s dot-com-era. It’s about eBay, Webvan, Amazon and the other early e-businesses. Worth reading even if you were not part of it. Recommended
3/5

Crush It!

Written and read by Gary Vaynerchuk
Great book for anyone doing (or planning to do) business on the net. Many good ideas and if you listen to is from Audible (which I of course did) you’ll get personal comments and additional insights as Gary goes through the chapters.
Delivered with the energy Gary is so known for 😉 Recommended
5/5