Behind every successful idea is hidden immense amount of hard work and brainstorming by the people with extraordinary skills and knowledge. Each person, who is positioned successful today, has been given the honor for their unique ideation that leads the world with the storm, take Steve Jobs, Oprah Winfrey, Bill Gates, Warren Buffet. Though they share the different field, ideology and personality but they all have one trait in common that is to read at least one book in a week.
The secret of success is reading books, consuming what it taught and emerging a fresh idea from own observational eye. But it matters a lot what you prefer to read, a bunch of average books or one-two quality books.

So if you are planning to have a new business vision, then have the right pick of books that achievers own preferred to grow high in their career-

  1. Atlas Shrugged by Ayn Rand – The book perfectly rolls Science fiction, mystery and romance together and depicts dystopian in the United States, which private businesses suffer under increasingly burdensome laws and regulations. It is a write up of early 1957 and is a special recommendation by Steve Jobs and Mark Cuban.
  2. Business Adventures by John Brooks – The book has twelve classic tales from the World of Wall Street, engaging about America’s Corporate and Financial life, Bill Gates and Warren Buffet recommend the copy as a perfect business eye.
  3. The catcher in the rye by J.D Salinger – It became a highly preferred book by adults and teenagers, the reason being it deals with the issues of innocence, identity, belonging, loss and connection. Highly recommended by Bill Gates and Woody Allen.
  4. Influence Science and Practice by Robert B. Cialdini – A masterpiece, which explains how people easily get influenced. The findings in the book are backed up by numerous empirical studies conducted in the fields of psychology, marketing, economics, anthropology and social science. Recommended by Warren Buffet.
  5. Outliers by Malcolm Gladwell – The author merged up different stories of success from Bill Gate’s achievement to the success of the Beatles. A non- fictional copy of full inspiration, recommended by Charlie Munger.
  6. The $100 Startup by Chris Guillebeau – The book has compiled 50 most intriguing case studies of 1500 individuals, who started their business from Dollar 100 or less. The book shows to live a life of adventures, meaning, and purpose. Recommended by Tony Sieh.
  7. Beginner’s Mind by Zen Mind – Breaking the dilemma, the book is different from others. The book involves the teaching of late Shunryu Suzuki, which has been recorded in writing by his student Marian Derb, It is a high recommendation of Steve Jobs and Kevin Rose.
  8. The Innovator’s Dilemma by Clayton Christensen – Christensen portrays it perfectly how the great firms fail even after putting it right due to the arrival of new technologies. It is a great work and a recommendation by Steve Jobs and self-author Malcolm Gladwell.
  9. The Ten Commandments for business failure by Donald R. Keough – The book follows own experiences of Keough that has risen and breached him at times in his business. He perfectly encounters why the enterprises fail even after a sheer game plan. Recommended by Bill Gates and Warren Buffet.
  10. The Aeneid by Virgil – Aeneid is an epic poem by Virgil written early in between 29 and 19 BC. The poem follows a Trojan who, traveled to Italy, became the ancestor of Romans and the story further follows about his wanderings and victory at the end. Recommended by Mark Zuckerberg and Ted Turner.

Have you read any of the above books or want to add any other book to our list? Tell us in comments.