My Reading List for Peak Performance in Business

Chances are, you didn’t get your CEO/CMO/President/CFO/whatever executive title by not reading a book or two. Your time might be more managed than ever before, but that doesn’t mean the learning can stop.

Add these four books to your cap tables, pivot or persevere meetings, or stack of nondisclosures on your desk because what’s inside these pages is just as important to keeping your business afloat as your investors are.

For your time convenience, I’ve listed them by quickest read to longest read. Get to learning and happy reading.

Tweet @jessicafrech your favorite quotes from your readings. I want to hear what stood out to you!

1) Obvious Adams: The Story of a Successful Businessman by Robert Rawls Updegraff (58 pages)

2) Running Lean by Ash Maurya (240 pages)

3) Business Model Generation: A Handbook for Visionaries, Game Changers, and Challengers by Alexander Osterwalder (258 pages)

4) Financial Intelligence for Entrepreneurs: What You Really Need to Know About the Numbers by Karen Berman and Joe Knight (304 pages)

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