Direct sales and marketing experts, Emora understand the importance of knowledge within the route of entrepreneurship. As such, the firm has detailed six books they believe every entrepreneur wishing to build a successful empire should read to help avoid deterioration of motivation.
Emora believes that the world of continued development and learning should be a second language to all aspiring entrepreneurs. The firm recognises that this is best achieved through hands-on experience within their chosen field, yet still advise individuals to take up the opportunity of knowledge through traditional print-based media when possible. The importance of regular reading can make the difference between an aspiring entrepreneur and an actively successful business owner. As such, the firm has outlined important books to help every entrepreneur to avoid burnout.
Log Off: How to Stay Connected After Disconnecting | Blake Snow
A short read based on the importance of disconnecting from the world of digital media, occasionally and becoming attuned to communication through traditional methods, increase productivity and maximise focus.
The Last Place on Earth | Roland Huntford
Based on the importance of preparedness and strategy using historical events as the basis for argument. The book details the adventures of Roald Amundsen and Robert Scott and their 1911 race to the South Pole.
Console Wars: Sega, Nintendo, and the Battle that Defined a Generation | Blake Harris
An entertaining read based on the tremendous 90s marketing campaigns, focusing on Nintendo and other prominent names in the gaming world. A recommendation to inspire a fresh perspective on the age-old industry.
A Short History of Nearly Everything | Bill Bryson
A hugely successful writer who has covered an array of nonfiction topics over his writing career, this book includes, as the title suggests: almost everything. An exciting read for an entrepreneur which can be used as escapism, and to look towards things in perspective.
Peak Performance: Elevate Your Game and Avoid Burnout with the New Science of Success | Brad Stulberg and Steve Magness
Based on the merged thoughts of a management consultant and Olympic coach on how to ultimately, create success. The book acts as a more sophisticated self-help book, made specifically for entrepreneurs.
Thinking Fast and Slow | Daniel Kahneman
Written by Nobel Prize-winning behavioural scientist Daniel Kahneman, this book focuses on the human mind, and how to use and leverage it. An essential read for any entrepreneur in a human-based industry.
Emora actively encourages their contractors to continue with their self-development, in any way they can. The firm advises that consuming media in any form, based on industry knowledge can aid toward an individual with a student based mentality. Emora hopes the books listed above will have a direct positive effect upon young professionals wishing to accelerate their careers, giving them a broader scope of history, the present and the future.