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Becoming an entrepreneur can be an intimidating prospect, as there is much one needs to learn. Even those who have been entrepreneurs for years need to continue growing, learning, and adapting. As such, many entrepreneurs pick up the habit of reading.

Here is a list of some of the best entrepreneurship books to read in 2022. These books will either help you get started or help you improve over the following year. Either way, they will be well worth the time spent reading.

How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie

How to Win Friends and Influence People is arguably the most commonly recommended read for new entrepreneurs. This book coaches others on becoming successful business owners through a unique method: understanding people. The power of connection can get so much done, and this book helps one understand how to develop and utilize relationships.

Shoemaker: The Untold Story of the British Family Firm that Became a Global Brand by Joe Foster

Shoemaker is one part informative and one part inspirational, as it tells the success story of one entrepreneur family in particular. Read this book if you want to feel inspired or gain the confidence to try something new.

Invisible Women: Exposing Data Bias in a World Designed for Men by Caroline Criado Perez

Entrepreneurs need to be capable of viewing the world through multiple lenses. Thus, books that force them to shift perspectives and acknowledge the bias rampant in any industry are essential. Invisible Women highlights the biases that are so common as to be invisible. This read is especially relevant for those wanting to make a lasting impact on their chosen industry.

The Culture Code by Daniel Coyle

The Culture Code is a book designed for leaders – and anyone else concerned with company culture. Coyle includes examples of successful organizations and what they do within the company, along with advice and explanations.

Good to Great: Why Some Companies Make the Leap and Others Don’t by Jim Collins

Not every business will succeed. Of those that do – not every business will turn into some huge conglomerate. Read Good to Great to understand why some companies thrive and grow while others don’t. The insight provided in this book is essential to entrepreneurs, leaders, and investors alike.