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Inc's Best Books for Business Owners 2010

Sally Haldorson

December 08, 2010

Inc. com offers a wealth of information for business people, particularly small business owners. While many media outlets make end of year lists, Inc's list is particularly geared toward this group of readers.

Inc.com offers a wealth of information for business people, particularly small business owners. While many media outlets make end of year lists, Inc's list is particularly geared toward this group of readers. To create their list, they asked small business and business book experts to weigh in. Those experts were: "editor at large Leigh Buchanan, who writes Inc.'s monthly "Skimmer's Guide" book review; editor-at-large Bo Burlingham, the author of Small Giants; contributing writer John Warrillow, the author of Built to Sell; BrandAsset Consulting president John Gerzema, the co-author of Spend Shift; contributing writer Suzi Sosa, the founder and president of the MPOWER Foundation; and Jack Covert, founder of 800CEORead.com, an influential blog that tracks new releases." Jack's recommendations include:

Switch by Chip and Dan Heath

Rework by Jason Fried and David Heinemeier Hansson

Bury My Heart at Conference Room B by Stan Slap

Where Good Ideas Come From by Steven Johnson

The Upside of Irrationality by Dan Ariely

Read more about Jack's picks and the other excellent books that Inc's chosen experts selected for their 2010 list of the Best Books for Business Owners.

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