Social Entrepreneurship and Business

 

Recent additions are identified by * New *

Before You Quit Your Job” by Robert Kiyosaki  –  a must read on starting a business before even starting a business.

The Cashflow Quadrant” by Robert Kiyosaki  –  a different perspective on how to create income in your life.

Compassion In Action” by Ram Dass  –  food for thought when wondering where to begin.

Cracking The Code” by Thom Hartmann – improve the likelihood your message will be heard by understanding how people hear

The E-Myth Revisited” by Michael Gerber  –  a must read for anyone who wants to stop working IN their business and start working ON their business.  The E-Myth website has some great information too.

GlobalTribe –  a look at how others are “being the change they wish to see”.

Good to Great” by Jim Collins  –  a wealth of ideas about leadership and succes both professionally and personally.  You’ll want to check out the Good to Great website as well.

How Can I Help” by Ram Dass  and Paul Gorman  –  there’s no escaping this  “call it like it is” read.

Influencer: The Power To Change Anything – the closest book to being a how-to manual on creating change by understanding how the human mind works.

Made To Stick” by Chip Heath and Dan Heath  –  this is the book to read if you want to get make your message across to other people and have it stick.

* New * Marketing For Hippies – a true gold mine of information and perspectives on how to market in a way that makes you feel good about marketing.

New Rules For The New Economy” by Kevin Kelly – you need to know the new rules of business for the interconnected age.

The Monk and the Riddle”  – a must read for any business owner on how to start and grow your business while living your best life right now.

The New Heroes –  see how others are taking action to make a difference.

Presence” by Peter Senge, Otto Sharmer, Joseph Jaworski and Betty Sue Flowers  –  this is an excellent look into a new way of seeing the world and bring forward the change we wish to see in the world.  This sister site is SoL.

Purple Cow“, “The Big Moo” and “Free Prize Inside” by Seth Godin – these books describe how to stand out from the noisy crowd … by being remarkable instead of different.

Shift: How To Change Things When Change Is Hard” by Chip Heath and Dan Heath –   this is a great follow up to their earlier book “Made To Stick“.  The Heath brothers give us an inside look at how we change as individuals, groups and societies along with real examples and practical steps to use.

The Social Entrepreneur Empowerment Series interviews with social entrepreneurs and innovators who have created profound change on a large scale.

Tell To Win – using the connection of story to help your ideas and message be heard.

Tribes” by Seth Godin – this book is a must for anyone with a passion and desires to ignite the passion in others.

What Would Google Do” by Jeff Jarvis – Throw away everything you ever thought about business and prepare yourself for succeeding in the new economy.

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