I’m speaking at the on Saturday about . In the handout, I made a list of seven of my favorite business books and I thought some of you who couldn’t make it to the conference might enjoy seeing this list, too.
Now, mind you, three of these don’t even have much to do with business. Instead, they are about time management. However, I’ve found that it’s near impossible to successfully work from home if you’re not a good manager of your time. So I think books on time management are vitally important to read if you work from home or are considering working from home.
Here’s my list of seven must-read books:
|1. In his witty style, Jon shares a wealth of advice for getting from where you are to where you want to go.|
|2. This book has page after page of helpful advice and suggestions for how to earn income outside of your day job. If you feel like you don’t have time to start something on the side because your plate is already quite full, this book will especially be helpful.|
|3. This book is packed with tried-and-tried information, practical application, and fantastic inspiration. As a small business owner with a few employees and sub-contractors, I’ve gleaned so much from this book.|
|4. This book has many practical ideas for prioritizing your time and life so that you make the most of your days.|
|5. This book is filled with lots of practical advice and inspiration for making the most of each day.|
|6. Laura helps you rethink your “I don’t have enough time” excuses and shows you how you just may have quite a bit more time than you realized!|
|7. This ebook offers step-by-step help for setting up a time budget — a concept that has revolutionized my time management!