Below we list some books that every entrepreneur should read. Some of the list are already classics:

"The Lean Startup" by Eric Ries - The book presents an innovative approach to creating and managing startups that emphasizes experimentation, iteration and market validation to build successful businesses.

"Rich Dad, Poor Dad" by Robert Kiyosaki - The book offers a unique perspective on personal finance and investing, teaching key principles on how to build wealth and achieve financial independence.

"Blue Ocean Strategy" by W. Chan Kim and Renée Mauborgne - The book presents a new model of business strategy that focuses on creating new markets, rather than competing in existing markets.

"The Art of War" by Sun Tzu - The book is a classic of military strategy, but its lessons on planning, leadership and decision-making are relevant for any entrepreneur seeking to succeed in business.

"The Power of Habit" by Charles Duhigg - The book explores the power of habits in our personal and professional lives, offering valuable insights into how to create new habits and change unwanted behaviors to achieve our goals.

"The 4-Hour Work Week" by Tim Ferriss - The book presents an innovative approach to time management and productivity, showing how you can work fewer hours and have more time for what you really want it matters.

"The Purple Cow" by Seth Godin - The book highlights the importance of differentiation and innovation in a competitive market, encouraging entrepreneurs to create unique products and services that stand out from the crowd.

"Entrepreneurship in the Digital Age" by Allan Afuah - The book provides an overview of the digital age and how it is changing the way businesses are created, managed and promoted, offering valuable insights into how Entrepreneurs can adapt and succeed in an ever-evolving world.

"The Entrepreneurial Mindset" by Rita Gunther McGrath - The book presents an approach to developing the entrepreneurial mindset, showing how entrepreneurs can seize opportunities, face challenges and make informed decisions.

"The Art of Negotiation" (Getting to Yes) by Roger Fisher and William Ury - The book offers effective negotiation strategies, teaching how to reach mutually beneficial agreements and maintain positive relationships.

"The Checklist Effect" (The Checklist Manifesto) by Atul Gawande - The book highlights the importance of checklists in decision making and task management, showing how they can improve efficiency and reduce errors.

"The Treasure Map" by Alberto Dell`Isola - The book presents neurolinguistic programming (NLP) techniques to help achieve goals and increase motivation, providing an innovative approach to personal and professional development.