There can be absolutely no doubt in the fact that tech CEOs are the smartest individuals in the world. There are many of them who want to share their concepts with people who get inspired by them. Here you will find the 8 must read books written by former and current tech CEOs that can help you in getting a peek into their wonderful minds.
Your One Word By Evan Carmichael
At the age of 19, Carmichael founded and even sold a biotech company and at present he is into helping other entrepreneurs in finding their drive and passion to gain success. This book by Carmichael serves in the form of a step-by-step guide to understanding the philosophy of life. The book helps the readers in using their personal motivations for bolstering success on their own terms.
Zero To One By Peter Thiel
Peter is the founder and the CEO of PayPal and also the cofounder of Palantir. He has also been one of the investors in Facebook and several other companies. His book, Zero to One is one of the most intellectual and deepest dives into the motivations behind entrepreneurship.
Behind The Cloud By Marc Benioff
Marc Benioff, the cofounder and the CEO of Salesforce comes with a fun to read book named Behind the Cloud. This book contains useful advice on almost everything faced by a growing company. To be very brief, this book serves in the form of a practical guide on the right procedure of growing a successful business.
Only The Paranoids Survive By Andy Grove
Andy Grove, the author of Only the Paranoids Survive is the former CEO of Intel. His book his probably his own story of being at the center of Intel right from its evolution.
Direct From Dell By Michael Dell
As is evident from the name of the author and the book, Michael Dell is the founder of Dell and he comes up with this book which is a narration of his journey through childhood adventures, mistakes made and the major ups and downs in Dell’s life. It is a refreshing book packed with useful and simple strategies.
The HP Way By David Packard
David Packard is the ex-CEO and founder of HP and his book is an insight into motivating and managing individuals. The book comes as an inspiration for the beginners into the world of business. It also has the readers learning about the history of HP and what the founder did for making his company a place where employees could enjoy working.
Remote: Office Not Required By David Heinemeier And Jason Fried
David Heinemeier and Jason fried are the co-founders of Basecamp which was formerly known as 37 Signals. Remote: Office Not Required is a book where the authors share their learning and experiences. It is a book that analyzes the strengths and the weaknesses of not possessing an office.
Be Obsessed Or Be Average By Grant Cardone
This book lays its emphasis on the point that if you want to compete with the brightest and the best in tech then it is important for you to be something more than just average.
Everything that you get into your head feeds you and thus allow these inspirational and motivational books to feed you with the wisdom needed for boosting success.