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The Best Entrepreneur Books - September 2021

Based on the analysis of 19,587 reviews.

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Your Next Five Moves Master the Art of Business Strategy product image

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Top Choice Best Value
Think Grow Rich Landmark Bestseller product image

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The Soul Sourced Entrepreneur An Unconventional Success Plan for the Highly Creative Secretly product image

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Young Entrepreneurs Starting Running Business product image

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How I Built This The Unexpected Paths to Success from the World s Most Inspiring Entrepreneurs product image

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Hustle Harder Hustle Smarter product image

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Best Seller
How Make Sh Happen relationships product image

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Shoe Dog A Memoir by the Creator of Nike product image

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Mind Your Business Workbook Full time product image

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12 Months to 1 Million How to Pick a Winning Product Build a Real Business and Become a Seven product image

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Daymond John

A young entrepreneur, a business pioneer, a highly recognized marketing expert, and a man who has surpassed new heights of financial and commercial success are just a couple of ways people have clarified Daymond John. Over the past 20 decades, Daymond has evolved from one of the very successful fashion icons of his generation to among the most sought after branding experts, business, and motivational speakers in the country.

Daymond’s creative vision and robust knowledge of the market helped him create one of their most iconic fashion brands in the past few decades. FUBU, standing for “For Us From Us”, represented a lifestyle which has been disregarded by other clothing companies. Realizing this demand in the marketplace, Daymond made the millennial urban apparel space and laid out the groundwork for other organizations to compete within this recently established market.

Daymond climbed up in the community of Hollis, Queens, rapidly becoming famous as the birthplace of the new genre of music named Hip-Hop, with acts such as RUN DMC and Salt-N-Peppa quickly creating names for themselves. Being surrounded within this powerful neighborhood helped spur the inspiration for his clothing line that would finally alter the style world.

His first foray to the apparel marketplace came after he desired a tie-top hat he'd observed in a favorite music movie but couldn't find one for a great price. With the sewing skills he'd learned from his mother, Daymond started making the hats to get himself and his buddies. Realizing he had been on to something, Daymond left a considerable purchase of their tie-top hats, sold them around the roads of Queens daily, also produced $800 in just a couple hours. There has been a buzz regarding Daymond’s products that just couldn't be dismissed.

According to this early victory, Daymond recruited some of his local buddies and FUBU has been born. They made a distinctive emblem and began sewing the FUBU logo on al

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Steve Mariotti

Steve Mariotti is a American entrepreneur and writer. He is the creator of the Network for Teaching Entrepreneurship (NFTE). He set NFTE in 1987 after his job as a special education teacher in a number of the toughest schools in the New York City school system revealed him that student interest in learning could be raised via the lens of entrepreneurship. Since its launch, Mariotti has led NFTE to reach over 350,000 young people through programs in 21 states and 10 nations.

Mariotti, a native of Flint, Michigan, is an alumnus of this University of Michigan, Ann Arbor. He has also studied at Harvard University, Stanford University, and Brooklyn College.

Mariotti's work was recorded on nationwide TV, such as ABC Evening News and 20/20. He's co-authored more than 30 books on entrepreneurship that have sold more than a million copies.

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Kevin D. Johnson

Kevin D. Johnson, president of Johnson Media Inc. and a serial entrepreneur, has many years of experience resulting in his multimillion-dollar advertising and communications firm that now serves several of the most prominent Fortune 100 companies. As an innovative pioneer, he has appeared on ABC’s Good Morning America, CBS, Oprah Radio, also in The New York Times and The Wall Street Journal. Moreover, he has appeared on CNN frequently.

Before founding his own company in 2000, he engineered web applications and made computer software for major companies. He was an applications programmer for IBM and also a webmaster for CNN Interactive. He also worked for Arthur Andersen Worldwide as a business consultant and software developer.

Hailing from Boston, Massachusetts, Kevin attended Morehouse College in Atlanta, Georgia, where he studied computer engineering as a NASA scholar and Spanish, graduating with honors. In college, he began Johnson Media Inc., which in 2000 made among the first online content management platforms, called OmniPublisher. He afterwards sold it to some publishing firm, earning the distinction as a societal networking pioneer. Realizing the tremendous opportunity in implementing Internet technologies to marketing and media, he decided to focus his business on this growing marketplace.

Recently, Kevin was the manager of financial gardening for the Technology Association of Georgia (TAG), among the country’s largest nonprofit trade organizations for technology. In this function, he was responsible for directing an advanced approach to economic development that focused on supplying resources to high-tech companies located in Georgia’s coastal region.

In his spare time, Kevin enjoys listening to salsa and jazz, playing piano from his Latin band, reading, golfing, traveling, and running half marathons. He is a member of the Apex Society, the Young Entrepreneur Council (YEC),

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