The 5 Best Business Books of 2021
No matter how old you are, or how long you’ve been in business, it’s never time to stop learning. New ideas and insights are always worth discovering and making part of what you do!
In this post, we’re going to share some of the best business books of 2021, with lots of important things for you to think about and potentially incorporate into your business. Happy reading!
By Adam Grant
Learning is important. What can be just as important, if not more so, is unlearning and relearning when we’re wrong. As Grant discusses in his newest book, a common mistake we make is to be so confident in our views that we resist any effort to think critically about our own ideas, to challenge our thinking and maybe even change our minds.
By Shep Hyken
Getting a customer to come back and buy from you again, and ultimately building a strong sense of customer loyalty is one of the most powerful things for a business. Our favorite customer experience expert Shep Hyken writes in his latest book about how you can implement a customer-focused philosophy that will help you stand out.
By Margaret Heffernan
We love to make plans for the future. It’s easy to imagine that we really can control everything and know exactly how things will turn out. But the world is far too complex, and even the best forecasters set clear limits on their predictions. In this book, Heffernan helps you think about how you can prepare for the future and overcome whatever obstacles you encounter.
By Martin Reeves and Jack Fuller
Where do new ideas come from? Do you have a process for not only initiating your creative process, but also following through on those ideas and actually innovating in your business? Reeves and Fuller take a deep look at the science and practical process of generating and implementing creative thinking.
By Sahil Lavingia
One of the greatest aspects of our modern age is how it has made it possible for more people to start a business. The barriers to entry are lower, and with a combination of technology and the willingness to learn by doing, you can build something you will be proud of. Lavingia shares his entrepreneurial journey and what other business owners and would-be entrepreneurs can learn.