2. The Virgin Way (Everything I Know About Leadership) – Richard Branson
Branson, who claims to never have read a book on leadership, offers management lessons in his book. In a book that’s honest about his successes and failures, Branson stresses on the need to listen to others.
4. Soros On Soros (Staying Ahead of the Curve) – George Soros
Soros, who survived the Holocaust, narrates his successes and failures and offers controversial opinions. The man who is considered one of the best investors in the world explains global financial policies.
Ferriss is known as a serial entrepreneur, author and investor. This book stayed on the New York Times bestseller list for 7 years because whatever your life goals, Ferriss has some solid advice for you.
12. The Essays Of Warren Buffet (Lessons for Corporate America) – Laurence A Cunningham
Warren Buffet wrote several letters to his shareholders that are easy to read though they deal with rather complex topics. Though technically the book is not by him, it still deals with his philosophies.
After being expelled from college and running his dad’s billboard company, Turner turned a small news station into a media giant. He also talks about his relationships, eg with actress Jane Fonda, honestly.
Inspired by Andrew Carnegie, Hill (who became Roosevelt’s advisor) spent 20 years of his life studying successful people. Published in 1937, this book remains a favorite with people from all walks of life.