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December 12, 2013

News & Opinion: The 2013 800-CEO-READ Business Book Awards Shortlist: Entrepreneurship & Small Business

By: Sally Haldorson @ 6:06 PM – Filed under: Biography & Narrative, Management & Workplace Culture


Over the course of this week, we will be posting the shortlist selections for our 8 business book categories: General Business, Leadership, Management, Innovation/Creativity, Small Business/Entrepreneurship, Marketing/Sales, Personal Development, Finance. On Monday, December 16th, we'll announce the 8 category winners! In early January, the overall winner of the 2013 800-CEO-READ Business Book Awards will be awarded, so stay tuned to The Daily Blog for all the good news.

The selections for the Entrepreneurship & Small Business category are:

We recognize that much of our audience consists of independent thinkers and self-starters, those folks who have an innate curiosity and drive to do business differently. And often the winning books are very prescriptive, such as The $100 Startup by Chris Guillebeau, 2012's category winner, or The Lean Startup by Eric Ries, which won in 2011. This year's shortlist looks at entrepreneurship in a bit broader fashion. Startup Rising is an in-depth look at the emerging market and big company investments in the Middle East while Without Their Permission, Looptail, Get Big Fast and Do More Good, and A Curious Discovery are more specific success stories from reddit, G Adventures, Yes to Carrots, and The Discovery Channel, respectively. Reading stories like those listed above can not only advance your knowledge and help plot your venture's trajectory, but can also help you withstand the inherent ups and downs by providing you a light at the end of the tunnel.
 

About Sally Haldorson


Sally Haldorson's job as 800-CEO-READ’s General Manager is to make 800-CEO-READ a great place to work for our employees, and a consistently high-performing customer service organization for our clients, authors, and our partners in the publishing industry. In addition to her General Manager duties ensuring collaboration, integration, and quality, she reads, writes, reviews, curates, and edits for the company. Helping craft The 100 Best Business Books of All Time used parts of both skill sets. Outside of work, she is most likely to be found hitting a tennis ball around or hanging out with her boys (husband, child, dog) at home.