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5 Extraordinary Books For Extraordinary Entrepreneurs - Jumia Market


Whether you're simply beginning your business or you're hoping to grow a built up brand, incredible business books can have a big effect on the way you run your organization.


It is important for every entrepreneur to have a source of inspiration. Books written by successful business experts can serve as guide in growing profits and achieving work-life balance.


Below are 5 books recommended by JumiaMarket business intelligence team.


Blue Ocean Strategy by W Chan Kim and Renee Mauborgne: Written by professors of INSEAD Blue Ocean Strategy institute and taking into account an investigation of 150 vital moves spreading over more than a hundred years and thirty enterprises, this book describes the market universe. The Blue Ocean Strategy book will help you figure out how to make competition unimportant and how to assemble and enhance your business from what is as of now in the commercial center. This book will help you realize what may not be accessible to shoppers, or displaying your item or administration in an unexpected way, making it more attractive, diverse, and not accessible anyplace else. Overall, reading this book will help you grow new thoughts and ideas which will in turn ensure the success of your business.
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Enchantment by Guy Kawasaki: Enchantment is the process of charming  individuals with an item, administration, association, or thought. Its result is a willful and dependable constancy that is commonly valuable. Often referred to as the small business manifesto by many readers, this book by Kawasaki offers a wealth of insights to help businesses and entrepreneurs tap into the art of believing in an idea that delivers something entirely unique to the customer.
‘This book will help every entrepreneur understand how to enchant customers, by keeping them enchanted’- Damola Ibiyemi, Public Relations Specialist.

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Finding Your Way In A Wild New World by Martha Beck:  As an entrepreneur, there are times when you’ll be lost on what to do, how to get to your aim, or what your next move should be, this book- Finding Your Way In A Wild New World is a perfect guide at those periods. The author- Martha Beck popularly known as the best known life coach in America is also the bestselling author of Finding Your Own North Star which provides a new transformational program for creating an unconventional life path to a sustainable way of life. This book was also voted as one of the top 5 books for every entrepreneur by Forbes.
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The Magic of Thinking Big by David. J Schwartz: Do you think small and set goals you are comfortable with pursuing? As an extraordinary entrepreneur, it’s important to do more in order to achieve more and this can only be achieved if you think big and properly. Without doubt, starting a business is a considerable measure of work and imagining how far it can go, how enormous it can be, and what number of individuals it can reach, will be dependent on your thoughts. Solid, genuine confidence in something will trigger your psyche in working through the challenges and getting over the obstacles. This classic motivational and self-help book is a must have for every entrepreneur.
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The One thing by Gary Keller and Jay Papasan: This book by Gary keller is definitely a must have and a must read for every entrepreneur as it topped number one on Wall street Journal and USA Today. As an entrepreneur, reading this book would help you make sense of what is important for your business. The One Thing, is guides you in laying  out precisely what you need to accomplish and keeping the work you do in direct line with the true objective. On the off chance that you take a gander at the most effective individuals and organizations, they likely are known for one thing. In this book you will figure out how to accomplish better results in a shorter amount of time with less push.
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