Reading to Boost Entrepreneurial Skills
Founder of Florida Conservation, Inc., Antonio Junior oversees financial operations and management retention of the Miami Springs company. Away from work, Antonio Junior enjoys spending time in his Miami home reading books on entrepreneurship.

Reading business books that educate and motivate is a good activity if someone desires to grow their entrepreneurial expertise. Among published works that have impacted the lives of successful leaders and business owners are The Hard Thing About Hard Things and Never Eat Alone.

The latter, authored by Keith Ferrazzi and Tahl Raz, is recommended by the founder of Live in the Grey, a website helping people balance overlap in their personal and professional lives through shared resources. Maneesh Goyal praises the book for bringing clarity to the networking process. The authors also explain how making a concerted effort to find common ground with another individual fosters a strong and authentic relationship.

The Hard Thing About Hard Things by Ben Horowitz receives several recommendations by thought leaders, according to Fast Company. Several high-level businesspeople, including the founder and chief executive officer of High Touch Courses, the CEO of BucketFeet, and the founder of Piece & Co., endorse the book because it gives a real perspective in the arduous journey to developing a sound and profitable enterprise. Readers can expect honest management advice that helps them overcome tough business challenges related to selling and technology supervision, among other subject matters.
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