Read 50 Books … in 5 minutes!

Business Book Reading ListThe Business Insider published a very interesting article entitled, 50 Popular Business Books Summarized In One Sentence Each, by Drake Baer and Mike Nudelman.

Warren Buffett is said to spend much of his day reading. Here is a way to do it at warp speed because Business Insider has summarized 50 of the most influential business books ever written in one sentence.

Some of these books have been the inspiration of many business people. Now, you can get the essence and nuggets of insight from game-changing executives, hard-charging start-up founders, and ground-breaking researchers. Also, this could be considered a “must read list” for all professionals.

Here is the link to the book list:

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