Good to Great – By Jim Collins
Jim Collins and his team studied 28 companies over 5 years and identified the key determinants of success and failure. The book intends to solve queries on-“Why some companies fail while others prosper over time?” “What are things needed to be infused in the company to fuel business prospects?”

7 Habits of Highly Effective People – By Stephen R. Covey
The book outlines a habit-based approach to be followed to attain your goals.

Think and Grow Rich – By Napoleon Hill
Napoleon Hill interviewed “more than five hundred of the most successful men this country has ever known” to discover the universal building blocks required to amass a fortune. He lays out a six-step guide to apply those principles to your own life.

The 4- Hour Workweek – By Timothy Ferriss
The author narrates some “lifestyle design” hacks, make more money, and live the life you want.

The Essays of Warren Buffet- By Warren Buffett
The book provides some basic business principles to align your interests with the investors.

Tribes- By Seth Godin
This book describes how to find opportunities to cultivate the sense of community around your business which is considered as one of the secrets of success.

The Four Steps to the Epiphany – By Steve Blank
This book describes the framework to help entrepreneurs achieve product fit and market fit with concrete examples to organize sales and marketing strategies. Moreover, the book contains practical exercises.

The Innovator’s Dilemma- By Clayton M. Christensen
The book describes how successful businessmen and entrepreneurs think about innovation and managing their companies.

Deep Work: Rules for Focused Success in a Distracted World- By Cal Newport 
The book describes four “rules” for cultivating a deep work ethic.

How to Win Friends and Influence People – By Dale Carnegie
The book states how to make people like you and then win them over to your way of thinking without causing resentment.

The Lean Startup – By Eric Ries
The book states a “just do it” approach and shakes up traditional approaches so as to prevent any traps.

The Non- Technical Founder – By Josh MacDonald
In this book the author interviews over 20 founders of multi-million-dollar software companies who give advice to non-techies on building a product so as to create customer base through social media.

Rise of the Millennial Entrepreneur – By Joey Wilkes
The author shares strategies on creating your own bootstrapped business. In addition he teaches how to survive the ups and downs that come along your way with growing a business.

Zero to One – By Peter Thiel
In this book, the author shows how to ask the right questions to create products and services that are truly new.

The $100 Startup – By Chris Gillebeau
This is a very motivating book for those who feel low due to a lack of funds. The author talks about 50 of the most amazing success stories of entrepreneurs who are making more than $50,000 and who started with only a few bucks in their bank accounts.