Books to Create Magic for Success
The digital age has never been more demanding than it has been since the uprising of the Silicon Valley companies in the late 2000s. Young entrepreneurs are looking toward inspirational stories to rally them to the promised land of tactical innovation and instantaneous growth, most of which is possible given that they are willing to thrive for it.
As any serial entrepreneur would advise, experimentation is the key to thinking to achieve strategies and goals but the question still arises, “How do I make it to the top?”
What most people don’t realize is that inspiration is not a one night process and as much as any person would try to develop the mindset of a successful billionaire, it is not easy to become a top of e-commerce business store owner or an aspiring individual having successful traits.
To help achieve the magic ingredients for success, I have reviewed a few books that can help any person think outside the box.
Be Unstoppable: No Excuses by Tariku Bogale
The debut memoir written by Tariku Bogale is a tale describing his journey from rags to riches but the events leading up to his present-day life is not all sweet as people would think. Where most motivational success stories usually start with the down-on-their-luck college dropouts and young graduates, the scrappy story of Bogale invites you to take a look on the wild side of politics, foreign affairs, and personal success.
The story of young Bogale teaches us not only how his engagement with technology sparked his love for advanced technology but also how the young author faced dire consequences after being arrested for a fake Tanzanian passport at the age of 16. The book’s first half focuses on an action-packed story involving Bogale’s hardships as well as his adventures on becoming one of the most successful young businessmen of South Africa.
In this, he continues his story to talk about time, courage, forgiveness and sacrifice where all the factors can count to the shortest difference between who tries to fail, who remains a failure and who tries again to after overcoming the obstacles of failing.
The valuable tidbits received from the book leave the reader feeling energized as opposed to being drained from hope entirely. Although the writer talks about being confident in both mental and physical strength, the key points to pick up from this book are related to learning how to stay ahead of the curve by enhancing the most precious resource one could have: themselves.
The Go-Giver: A little Story about a powerful business Idea – by Bob Burg
The book takes a close look at how stratospheric success can be measured by five unique laws. Each law contains a message for the reader that is essential to making it all work out whether you apply it to your personal life or business.
The Five Laws Are:
- The Law of Value – This law tells you how your worth is determined by the value you give in versus the payment you take for that job.
- The law of compensation – Your income is directly determined by the number of people you serve.
- The law of influence – The person’s influence should be determined by how you prioritize people’s interests.
- The law of authenticity – Simple. The most valuable asset to you is yourself.
- The law of receptivity – The factor that is most effective allow this law to work is to stay open to receiving.
The author, Bob Burg, recommends that you not only try to implement these laws to your business but also to your personal life. These will in return unlock the secrets to your success.