10 Books That CEO’s Read

 A CEO needs to have a vision, passion, commitment and determination, high potential and Emotional Intelligence, win-win behavior, Courage and confidence.  He Needs to be self-motivated in order to motivate all the stakeholders to contribute to their success. Though sometimes rules stifle creativity, a CEO should be creative in planning strategies and culture that promote or encourage forward-thinking. An inspired CEO can understand, inspire, motivate, direct employees in multiple ways and in return such employees can give healthy ambiance and positive oscillations ethically.

Book reading is the most important habit that CEO’s have, it in turn builds strong personality among CEO’s. Here is a list of the top 10 books the CEO’s read.

Start with Why -by Simon Sinek       Every Leader should question that – Why are we here? Why are we inspired? These are core questions in order to understand your value and how it conveys to your team and customers. This way of mindset has taken plenty of leaders to reach the world of success and could help you too.

Rising Strong – How the Ability to Reset Transforms the Way We Live, Love, Parent, and Lead  —–by Brene Brown      Helps in understanding that downs are part of the entrepreneurial adventurous journey, use them to learn what’s that required to become much stronger you and your company.

The Power of Habit – Why We Do What We Do in Life and Business —–by Charles Duhigg      Fracture and Smash the damaging habits and develop more number of good and positive habits to see the success in the future.

The Creator’s Code: The Six Essential Skills of Extraordinary Entrepreneurs —–by Amy Wilkinson 
     A Successful entrepreneur is born with daring, discipline, and six essential skills((1)Spot Opportunities, (2)speed management without missing the focus on the horizon, (3)become proficient in fast-cycle iteration i,e., you need to observe, orient, decide and then you can act, (4)Fail in a wise way and put an edge on resilience, (5)Network minds to build on each other’s ideas, (6)Gift small goods to increase productivity.

Grit – The Power of Passion and Perseverance —–by Angela Duckworth (Psychologist)      A Blend of Passion and persistence not only talent i,e., strive to be grittiest that makes successful people to experience success repeatedly.

The Hard Thing About Hard Things —–by Ben Horowitz     Startup Business is not easy every time, in reality it is tough though it looks easy. This book teaches instead of focussing on the wall, how to focus on the road that has many changing objects internally and externally.

Emotional Intelligence 2.0 —–byTravis Bradberry      Leaders are defined by how they cope with their feelings in front of others. In a given situation, the awareness of behaviors of all including yourself, reasons and motivations behind such behavior brings out a more efficient leader with effective leadership style.

Elevate – Push Beyond Your Limits and Unlock Success in Yourself and Others —–by Robert Glazer      Careers, Roles, Routines get stuck up sometimes just like this Covid 19 Lockdown. And in order to sharpen your capabilities (Physically, Mentally, Emotionally and Spiritually) this Elevate will help in making yourself a better version of what you are in current condition.  

Leadershift – The 11 Essential Changes Leader Must Embrace —–by Maxwell John.C
     Eleven Shifts can change the thought process of a leader, how they act, how they lead and how they continue in order to succeed in this 21st century. 

The Longevity Economy —–by Joseph F.Coughlin     Woman are more in number than men and they are controlling expenditures and finances at home and are leading towards creative and illuminating life. It is not easy to build new way of understanding of social, family, the shifting physiological and psychological realities of the longevity economy. Bridging the gap between myth and reality.


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