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13 Business Books For Teenage Entrepreneurs

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There is a tonne of books out there for entrepreneurs, but how many are there for teenaged entrepreneurs? Here are 13 awesome business books for teenagers.

#1 The $100 Startup by Chris Guillebeau

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When it comes to business books for teenagers, the absolute best choice is The $100 Startup by Chris Guillebeau. His business practices for side hustles are extremely well suited for young people. 

He preaches an extremely quick and easy philosophy for beginning your business. He has an accompanying podcast called Side Hustle School that anyone who reads the book is likely to love as well. 

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Contributor: Veronica Hanson from Vacay Visionary

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#2 Screw It, Let’s Do It: Lessons In Life by Richard Branson

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A very inspiring book from one of the most inspirational entrepreneurs: Sir Richard Branson. This book is a unique take on entrepreneurship and business, which as the title said, “Screw it, let’s do it!”. Many of us are taught by our parents and people around us that a business is a serious, stressful job, but Sir Richard Branson’s anecdotes and life-stories will teach us on how to have fun and make a lot of money along the way.

A very interesting book filled with great, actionable tips, inspiring life stories, funny and entertaining anecdotes, and many more. Another interesting thing from this book is how Sir Richard discusses how he treated his employees like a big family, and how he influenced them to be successful together with him.

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Contributor: Steve Kurniawan from I Know SEO 

#3 Eat that Frog by Brian Tracey

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The book is short, and procrastination is very, very real. For teens these days, they are hit with so many people telling them what needs to happen and so many different people asking for their time: Parents, teachers, coaches, friends that it is no wonder that they can feel overwhelmed. 

This book makes prioritizing feel a little easier. I always recommend this book to my teen clients and to my clients with teenage children. 

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Contributor: Erica McCurdy from LunaNav & McCurdy Life Coach

#4 Everything I Know About Business by Barry Barnes

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Getting a book for a teenager is a good holiday suggestion, since this one with a little bit of an edge, because it deals with some surprising lessons for the 21st century from the Grateful Dead. Unlike any other book about business, this one doesn’t focus on large businesses but uses a rock ’n’ roll band as a business model, which will be more appealing to a teenager. 

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Contributor: Barry Barnes from Nova Southeastern University

  1. Wow, I have my eyes on this book because I have a teenager and soon to become a teen at home who both dabble in a bit of business. I will check this book out.

#5 The Lean Startup by Eric Ries

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This book talks a lot about developing a minimum viable product and other general principles of entrepreneurship that can be applied in any business. So, if a teenager is not sure about what kind of business he or she will start later in life, this book is perfect for them

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Contributor: Harsh Bathija from The Productivity Secret

#6 Creativity Now by Jurgen Wolff

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The book is easy to read, small and has a lot of interesting pictures in it. It is also written in easy English that a child younger even than a teen can understand. It is jampacked with creative ideas that even I as a start-up business owner learns from. Some examples of the chapters are - Go back to pen and paper; take a nap; and test a prototype. 

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Contributor: Deborah Sawyerr from Sawyerrs' House

#7 Young Bucks: How to Raise a Future Millionaire

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It is written by a self made millionaire who is also a father of 7 children. The book has so many simple business ideas which teenagers can get started with - with little to no money for capital. The book is written with the parent and child in mind. 

In addition, there is a YoungBucks.biz website which is coordinated with the book so that children can learn about business opportunities. share ideas with an emphasis on promoting entrepreneurship among children and young adults. 

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Contributor: Deborah Sawyerr from Sawyerrs' House

#8 Think and Grow Rich by Napolean Hill

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It sets the foundation for personal growth and mindset development that is indispensable for gaining (and sustaining) momentum as you go through life relentlessly pursuing your dreams and never allowing yourself to think small. I learned late in life but it's been like a rebirth. 

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Contributor: Christina Previte from NJ Divorce Solutions

#9 The Dip: A Little Book That Teaches You When to Quit

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The Dip by Seth Godin is a fantastic read for teenagers. It's pretty easy to understand in addition to being short. I think what's great about it is that it's real about the struggles you'll face upon entering the workforce and developing new skills. 

Often, that part gets skipped over in favor of telling teens that they can be whatever they want, and that the possibilities are endless. The Dip is a great book that encourages you to be great, while also being real about the struggles you'll face. 

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Contributor: Catherine Giese from Fundera 

#10 The 7 Habits of Highly Effective Teens

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This book is full of real-life stories that provide teens with tools needed to be successful for the rest of their lives. It teaches teens to take responsibility for their actions and how to make important decisions.

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Contributor: Nate Masterson from Maple Holistics

#11 QBQ! The Question Behind The Question

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This book shows how asking better questions leads to getting better answers. Teens can really put themselves into the book. The author gives plenty of examples of how weak questions can have negative effects, but asking questions that put the responsibility on our shoulders reaps major benefits. 

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Contributor: Nate Masterson from Maple Holistics

#12 What Color Is Your Parachute? by Richard N. Bolles

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This book that was originally created for adults has now been adapted for teens. It is full of tools that help teens find what they are most passionate about. It helps them make more informed decisions about their future, like college and their dream job. 

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Contributor: Nate Masterson from Maple Holistics

#13 Modern Manners: Tools to Take You to the Top

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In this book, the authors help future members of the business community navigate the 21st-century expectations regarding the manners and etiquette required in both social and business settings. 

They address issues on a wide range of topics including: handling job interviews, providing confident handshakes, making conversation in any setting, proper business attire and meeting protocol, e-mail etiquette, what to post (or refrain from posting) on social media, dealing with rude cell phone users, attending meetings in restaurants, and guiding young folks through the table manners that business colleagues will expect. 

In summary, these authors provide a wealth of useful information that won't be found in most business books these days. 

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Contributor: Timothy G. Wiedman from Doane College

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