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March 05, 2012 | Comments: 0 | Views: 196

The first step in starting your own business isn't writing a business plan or figuring out your business name and location, it's stocking up on motivational books. Yes, self-help books that help you manage your new company will keep you encouraged during ups and downs of business ownership. As a new captain of industry, you are embarking on one of the most incredible adventures of your life, but things can and will get rocky. When your day doesn't go according to plan, you can rely on the words found in your books of motivation to get by.

These types of books not only keep you going during tough times, but they also assist in improving self as well. In fact, business success can only happen if you yourself are the absolute best you can be, and that happens by staying encouraged through consistent self-improvement. Build a library of books: books for your industry, books on how to run a business and books on motivation will all help keep you on track.

You may be asking yourself what the best titles are for your situation. The answer is: motivational book reviews. Starting a business has many hidden and not so hidden costs. You can help lower your overhead with the vast knowledge found in these guidebooks, and learn how others dealt with the obstacles and hurdles that you are sure to encounter as well. How did they stay motivated? Sorting through the various options for inspirational books is made easier with a book review that you can count on. The book review site should list and review several different encouraging book types: motivational, inspirational, self-help, self-improvement, etc.

In addition to naming the writer, and the work he has written, book reviews should provide a summary of the book along with an assessment. What do other readers have to say about your motivational book? What does the professional field have to say about it?

But online critiques alone shouldn't be your only factor when determining to invest in your library, consider the author. What other books have they written or co-written? If the book you are mulling over is the writer's freshman effort, research their past writing experiences. Have they been a staff writer for a company that you're familiar with? Perhaps they wrote for a popular blog online--check them out. What makes them an expert on the topic they are discussing in their book? All these questions should be answered in the book review, making it easier for you to build your library of success.

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