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LEEDS, UNITED KINGDOM - JANUARY 23: British Prime Minister David Cameron addresses entrepreneurs and business leaders during a visit to the local central government office in Queen Street, where unused office space will be offered to private enterprise on January 23, 2012 in Leeds, United Kingdom. The prime minister praised enterprising Britons and met young business makers during his visit.
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The world of entrepreneurs moves in an incredible speed. Most people give up on entrepreneurship to escape the imminent mistakes and disappointments.

For aspiring entrepreneurs who bravely dream to find their success, starting out is always difficult. Here are five books that will be helpful in the journey:

"The Eventual Millionaire: How Anyone Can Be an Entrepreneur and Successfully Grow Their Startup" by Jamie Tardy

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This books teaches readers how to become a millionaire by taking a leaf out other millionaire's books. According to the author, people must believe that they are going to be millionaires, eventually.

The book also explores the ideal ways on how to manage money, keep the burning passion for the business and overcome the fears and excuses that ruins businesses.

Jamie Tardy, a business coach and speaker, has been helping entrepreneurs on their way to success. Ironically, she used to be $70,000 in debt, but she made it out of her trapped situation and is now enjoying a debt-free life doing what she loves to do.

The author learned the patterns to success from interviewing other millionaires. After all, the net worth does not define people and their success. The book does not only teach people how to be come millionaires, it teachers people how to become entrepreneurs as well.

"Adventures for Your Soul: 21 Ways to Transform Your Habits and Reach Your Full Potential" by Shannon Kaiser

There's an entrepreneur in everyone; it just takes a little adventure to unleash it. This book teaches people how to achieve their goals, overcome fears and find happiness and fulfillment in life.

Shannon Kaise is also an inspirational author and speaker. She has been named by MindBodyGreen as one of the top 100 Women to Watch in Wellness.

"Leadership BS: Fixing Workplaces and Careers One Truth at a Time" by Jeffrey Pfeffer

In the business world, the person at the top can decide the fate of the whole company. This books explores the troubles present in workplaces, the stressful demands of jobs and the common mistakes of business leaders.

"We want people who are modest and authentic and trustworthy and who tell the truth," Jeffrey Pfeffer once told Business Think when asked about the qualities of an inspirational leader.

"The Startup Playbook: Secrets of the Fastest-Growing Startups From Their Founding Entrepreneurs" by David Kidder

Starting a business is a long, risky process that requires patience and perseverance. According to Fortune, nine out of 10 startups will fail. 

However, that did not stop these 42 founders to start their company and make it one of the fastest-growing startups.

These successful entrepreneurs include Chris Anderson, Rodney Brooks and Caterina Fake.

"True North" by Bill George and Peter Sims

A good entrepreneur must be a good leader. In this book by Bill George and Peter Sims, top executives share their experiences to guide other people into becoming successful leaders.

This book shows that being a leader does not always mean the person who always stays on top.

It actually reveals that most of these successful people had gone through failures and tragic experience, which shaped them to become leaders and, eventually, great entrepreneurs.

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