Top 10 Books for Teenage Entrepreneurs


So there are many great books out there for
any entrepreneur to read in general, but I chose 10 specific books for young or teenage
entrepreneurs to read. And I chose 10 different subjects and topics
for you to read and study before you become an entrepreneur or if you’re already on the
journey of becoming an entrepreneur. So, with that being said, the 10 topics will
be very simple. Clarity, economy, enemy, your inspiration,
strategy, playing hurt, long-term thinking, discipline, system and being duplicatable,
and innovation. So with that being said, let’s get right into
it. #10: The book is by Peter Drucker. Its title is Innovation and Entrepreneurship. And Peter Drucker in general he has a lot
of great books for you to read. If you study Peter Drucker, you will learn
a ton about hiring, firing, marketing, strategy, advertising. I don’t agree with everything he believes
in, but he has a lot of great things that will make you think and get creative about
what is the formula to being innovative or creative, all this other stuff that different
people have used in the past. He covers that in the book, Innovation and
Entrepreneurship. #9: Is a book on system, and duplicatable. Let me tell you why I think it’s very important
for a teenage or young entrepreneur to read a book on this and that book is Made in America. It’s the story of Sam Walton. The reason why I love Sam Walton the most
when I talk to a young or teenage entrepreneur, the reason why I think it’s the best book
for you to read or study, the best person to study, here’s a guy named Sam Walton. There was nothing special about him. In 1962 it was the year of the super discount
stores. That’s when K-Mart was founded. Wal-Mart was founded. Target. All of these guys all got started in 1962. And Sam Walton used to own one of these Franklin
stores and then he started Wal-Mart. In the first five years K-Mart opens up 250
stores and Wal-Mart only opened nine stores. Fast forward to today. K-Mart’s out of business. Wal-Mart’s got 2.2 million employees worldwide. He has four kids. Each of them are worth a minimum of $40 billion,
today. If he was alive today he would be worth $160,
two and a half times Bill Gates. So you want to study Sam Walton because there’s
nothing special about the guy. He’s not somebody where you may study someone
and that guy’s an absolute genius. Sam Walton was a simple guy who was a hard
worker and he always looked for ways to make his business better. So Made in America for me would be number
nine on the list. I almost thought about putting it in the top
five but it’s number nine on the list, with systems and duplicatable. #8: Discipline. For discipline, I chose Lean Startup. Lean Startup teaches you when you’re younger
and you’re just looking at business, thinking I can’t believe if I could only get some money
for my mom, my dad, some investor, some venture capital angel that gives me a quarter million
dollars, I can start my own business. And you haven’t yet tasted the idea of making
your money. If you truly are an entrepreneur watching
this, and you’re 13, I guarantee you’ve made some kind of money. You’ve sold cookies, shirts, something you’ve
sold. If your blood, if you’re one of these folks
that’s an absolute entrepreneur since you were a kid, you probably already sold something. If you’re someone that’s going to be an accidental
entrepreneur from watching something like this, and you become inspired by it, you got
to learn some of those concepts of making the money and how to stay lean so that you
can turn this $200 into $400. And money’s all about doubling your money. So how can I make this $400 into $800? $800 into $1600 $1600, $3200, $6400, $12,000,
$25,000, $50,000, $100,000, 200, 400 million dollars. That’s a Lean Startup, it teaches you how
to stay very disciplined. #7: Long-term thinking is a think that a lot
of young and teenage entrepreneurs, especially today, you need. I’ll tell you why today. Many, many years ago, when there was no social
media or YouTube, or Instagram or Snapchat, people weren’t as much in a hurry or impatient
as they are today. So for long-term thinking, I chose Snowball
by Warren Buffett because even though Warren Buffett today is worth 60, 70 billion dollars,
at 52, he was only worth $50 million. Now you may say, “$50 million is a lot of
money.” Not compared to $60 billion. So he went from 52 years old at $50 million
to now having $60 billion. It requires a lot of long-term thinking. I think one of the best places I went, I went
to Venice, Italy. One church I went to that was 330 years old. And when you were reading the story of it,
it took 80 years to build. And the man who designed this thing to build,
he knew he was 50 years old, what he wrote up, he’s never going to see the final product. And most likely, his kids are never going
to see the final product. The only people that were going to see the
final product was his grandkids. When you study Warren Buffett, you will learn
about long-term thinking where it may be helping you in some of the decisions you make, about
hurrying, hurrying, hurrying, hurrying, hurrying. You become aggressively patient. You’re still aggressive. But you’re patient for your business to be
built. It’s a very important concept to pick up as
a young, teenage entrepreneur. #6, playing hurt, I chose Obstacle is the
Way which is a great book by Ryan Holiday. In this book, he explains to you the concept
of stoicism. And stoicism is a philosophy that was born
from cynicism. A lot of times we call people cynics. The word, “cynic” comes from cynicism. Cynicism used to be a philosophy of people
who would sit around and they would say, “Nothing good’s going to happen. If your wife’s going to leave you, odds are
she’s going to leave you. If you get sick, odds are, you’re going to
die. Everything was cynical. So they had this philosophy cynicism and one
of the members of cynicism was a guy named Seneca. He said, “I just can’t listen to this crap
anymore” and he started stoicism. And the first major leader in the world that
picked up stoicism and took it to a whole different level was Marcus Aurelius who wrote
the book Meditations. He took stoicism to a whole different level. And he ran Rome, he was the emperor for seven
years. He was loved, adored, everybody loved this
guy, Marcus Aurelius. And Ryan Holiday takes that concept of stoicism
and explains it in today’s world of business. And he explains to you that challenges are
going to happen but the obstacle is the way. I think a lot of times young, or teenage entrepreneurs,
the moment you face one challenge or one issue that comes up people get too distracted. Oh, you know it’s not for me, I can’t do it. Which in reality, obstacles are never going
to stop. The moment you identify that, and you know
that’s a part of life, you will look at obstacles in a complete different way. So Ryan Holiday’s book The Obstacle is the
Way is number 6. #5, strategy. For a 14-year-old, you’ll look at everything
and you’ll look at it from a different lens than a 38-year-old looks at, or even a 68-year-old
or even a 24-year-old. You’re looking at it from a complete different
lens. Because your generation is changing so quickly,
with everything, Snap changes everything, Instagram changed everything, Facebook, Twitter,
YouTube, everything’s changed. You have a lot more access to content today. I didn’t grow up watching games on a iPad,
and my kids do. I didn’t grow up with any of this stuff. I went to school and we had to go to a library
to do research on something with newspapers. Today you Google. I didn’t go to high school with Google being
around ever for me. We didn’t experience Google myself. We had AOL chat that came out late in my senior
year of high school So when I went to the Army, I still listened to Walkman. When I got out of the Army, it was the first
time I listened to CDs. And then most of you don’t even know what
a CD looks like. Or a Walkman looks like, right? That’s what we experienced. So for strategy, Blue Ocean Strategy is going
to help your mind think about ways of doing business better that maybe a millennial or
a gen x may not even think about. You’re going to see things from a complete
different lens. So if you can get the strategy down on how
it’s done, you’ll have an edge on everybody else. So Blue Ocean Strategy, a phenomenal book
for you to read. I put that as number five. #4: Inspiration is Elon Musk, the book is
called Elon Musk. It’s written by an author who chased him down
and said, you’re either going to let me come and interview you, or if you don’t, I’m going
to write you based on what other people say about you vs. I can come and interview you
and I can tell you what other people told me about you and then you can verify it and
give me your story of the version and I’ll tell both stories. And Elon agreed. So the author went and interviewed and wrote
the book. It’s a phenomenal book, good, bad ugly. And you see how this kid was grown, how he
was raised and how he viewed things and what books he read growing up and why he was so
turned on my certain things and who was his uncle, his father, his parents and what kind
of an impact that made in the way he was raised. It’s just a very good book to read as a source
of inspiration. #3, enemy. You need to know your enemy very, very early
on. And the book I’m going to recommend on enemy
is called Outwitting the Devil. Outwitting the Devil was a book written by
Napoleon Hill. I want to say 1929, 1930 that he didn’t publish
at that time, and years later the book was published by a lady named Sharon Lechter. I think it’s Sharon Lechter that the book
was published by. And the first time I read this book, I’m going
to tell you a funny story. I read this book literally at the bar of PF
Changs, on my iPad. The book had just come out, a couple of weeks
prior to that. I sat there, and I read the book in one sitting
because I couldn’t get up. I couldn’t get up. I called and I said, “I’ve got to finish this
book.” And I finished the book. One by one by one I was going through it and
said, everybody needs to read this book, especially the younger generation. So Outwitting the Devil will be your number
one enemy. You’ve got to read that. That will be the number three book. #2: Economy and I was kind of conflicted on
what book to recommend on economy. I think the best book that I can recommend
to you on economy is not necessarily like here, go read capitalism, socialism, communism
and realize what it is to hire this person, fire this person, why you got to let go of
this person, why you want to associate with this. Why do some people become wealthy and some
don’t. Who do some countries produce more successful
people than others. Why do certain philosophies work and don’t
work. So the book I recommend here for you to read
for economy is by Ayn Rand. It’s called Atlas Shrugged. Atlas Shrugged. Now there’s two ways you can do it. You can actually read the book. It’s a big book. It will change the way you view everything
in life. It’s a big book if you read it. And if you don’t want to read it, you can
listen to it. There’s an audio version of it as well. But regardless, it will change the way you
view every single thing. You’re going to think about John Galt in a
different way, you’re going to look at the economy in a different way. You’re going to look at the people you work
with, the friends, family, parents, teachers – you’re going to look at everything in a
completely different lens when you read this book, Atlas Shrugged. She wrote two books, Fountainhead and Atlas
Shrugged. I recommend Atlas Shrugged over Fountainhead. And #1 is clarity. And I was debating on which book to read,
put this for clarity, and the reason why I think clarity I put #1 is because when you’re
in school, and you don’t really know what you want out of life, and everybody is telling
you how you need to live. You need to go to college, get a degree because
if you get this. . . you’ll be successful. You need to go out there and do this, and
you’re still gullible enough or naive enough, where somebody else can persuade you otherwise. So what I’m going to recommend you is a complete
180 of what everybody else is going to recommend, and I’m doing that intentionally. I’m telling you this in advance, in case you
choose to share this video with your parents, which is even a better idea. I’m intentionally wanting to give you the
complete opposite argument, because I know you’re not hearing it. For you to get clarity. See, if you’re raised in a family where everybody
is teaching you capitalism all the time, I want you to study socialism and communism
to know the opposite. If you’re in a family that’s raised communism
and socialism all the time, and everybody’s a Democrat, I need you to study the complete
opposite side because I want complete opposite arguments for me to see both sides. I like that. I want to see the complete opposite. If I’m born in a family where parents say
rich people are bad people, I want to know why they’re saying it, so I want to know why
rich people say poor people are lazy and why are poor people saying rich people are greedy. I want both arguments. If I only take one argument, I’m naive. So I’m giving you the second argument of school,
and the number one book I’m recommending to you is a book called Drop Out and Get Schooled. I literally just published it last week. On January 25th the book got published. And we’ve gotten thousands of emails about
this book. It’s created a lot of heat and controversy
around the world, not just in America. It’s a simple book to read. It’s not a long book. There’s a 130-some pages. And it answers the following questions for
you. #1 is why do we go to college in the first
place? No one even asks that question. Why do you go to college? #2: Who should go to college and who shouldn’t? #3: Can I succeed and do great things without
college? #4: Why does tuition and textbooks cost as
much as they do? #5: How colleges have simply become a big,
tax-free business. #6: Are the subjects taught in college sufficient
for life or do we need an upgrade? This book is specifically dedicated to all
the teenage entrepreneurs and young entrepreneurs who are somewhat conflicted and confused. What do I do? I’m 14-years-old. I’m in 10th grade. I’m in 9th grade. Do I go to college? I’m a senior. Do I go to college or not? This will answer the questions. I want to tell you one thing here as well. The moment you read this book, mark my words. You’re going to share with your friends, your
family, your teachers. I challenge you to give it to people who would
disagree with this, to give you their argument. That’s what I would challenge you to do. Read it first. Then go to every single one of your teachers
and say, “Have you read this book yet? It’s causing a ton of havoc. I need you to read it, and give me your feedback
because I’m truly thinking about dropping out of college, not going to college after
high school. Should I, or should I not? And let them give you their argument. Let your parents give you their argument on
the book here. So this will give you clarity and that’s why
I put Drop Out and Get Schooled first place. Now some may say, “Pat, you chose your own
book as first place?” I did. And the reason why I did is because everything
in life – where were we this past weekend? We were in Ft. Worth. We had 3,000 of our agents come in and had
Magic Johnson as one of our keynote speakers he came out and we interviewed him. Then we got on a private jet. I took 18 of our friends to Vegas. We went and had a good time there in Vegas. We watched Tiesto. And then we came back the following day. We stayed at the Palms Executive – what do
you call it? The old Playboy Penthouse. It’s a beautiful place. You go in the pool and come out, it’s like
a drop. You look down. Elevators in the Penthouse. It’s just a beautiful place. And somebody asked me the question and they
said, “Pat, if you had to say the number one thing for success, what would it be?” I said, “Clarity.” Clarity. All this other stuff is fine. That person can be very innovative, but not
be clear about their lives. A person can be very systematic and duplicatable,
but they don’t know don’t know what they want out of their lives. A person can have a lot of discipline, but
they’re still not clear. A person can be long-term thinking, but they’re
still not clear what life they want to build. A person can be. . . but are still not clear about what they
want to do with their lives. And at your age, the sooner you can get clarity,
the sooner you have an edge on everybody else. So, these are the ten books. This is the challenge I want to give you here
on this video. The moment you finish any one of the books,
you order and you finish any one of the books. And any time you read a book, post a review
on Amazon. No matter which one of them it is. Just make that a habit because you can always
go back and see which books you read and what you thought about them. It’s a way of you tracking your mind the moment
you post a review on Amazon. Amazon allows you to read all of your reviews. The moment you finish the book and post a
review, send me a Snap. My Snap should be right here. It’s betdavid19. Send me a Snap and let me know what you got
out of the book. And then we’ll take it from there. By the way, if you have any other books that
we should add to this list, comment on the bottom. Paul, with that being said, throw me the pillow
real quick. Throw me the pillow real quick. All right, right handed. Our goal is to get to a million subs by the
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and I can tell you one thing here. You can go to college. If I could take 100 kids and 100 of them go
to college and the other 100 watch 100% of all of the videos on Valuetainment, I’m willing
to bet my money on these guys are going to out-earn these guys, that’s what I’m willing
to put. They can go get the four-year degrees. These guys can watch 100% of the Valuetainment
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100 thoughts on “Top 10 Books for Teenage Entrepreneurs”

  1. Valuetainment says:

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  2. Rebi says:

    I'm 14 and I'm fixated on becoming an entrepreneur but I'm still lost but my perception is one of my best features as well my leadership skills and it wasn't until a couple of months ago that I actually started thinking about the future that I desire, before I wanted to be an entrepreneur I wanted to be a game designer but I realized that that's not the path I wanted and I dislike working for others with a passion. This is very good content thank you I'm gonna do my best to read these books as soon as possible.

  3. Xiao Jack says:

    1. Innovation and entrepreneurship – Peter Drucker (INNOVATION)
    2. Make in America – Sam Walton (System and duplicable)
    3. The Lean Startup (Discipline)
    4. The Snowball – Warren Buffet (Long term thinking)
    5. The obstacle is the way – Ryan Holiday
    6. Blue Ocean Strategy (Strategy)
    7. Elon Musk – Ashlee Vance (Inspiration)
    8. Outwitting the Devil – Napoleon Hill (Enemy)
    9. Atlas Shrugged – Ayn Rand (Economy)
    10. Drop out and get schooled – (Clarity)

  4. Transvivor says:

    Just found your channel excited to implement your ideas.
    Thank you for great content.

  5. darshake1 says:

    David when is the Drop out and get schooled Audible coming out. I am dyslexic and would really if you could get an audio version out. thanks for video.

  6. joe low says:

    books for teenage

    10innovation(innovation and entrepreneurs)
    9system/discipline(made in america)
    ☆8discipline(lean startup)
    7long term thinking(snowball by warren buffet)
    6playing hurt (the obstacle is in the way)
    ☆5strategy(blue ocean strategy)
    4inspiration(elon musk)need
    ☆3.enemy(outwitting the devil)
    2economy(ayn rand atlas shrug)(it changes the way u see things)
    ☆1clarity(drop out and get schooled)(to see both sides)

  7. Ace The FireDragon says:

    Ofc ur book would be nr.1 xD.

  8. Sage Snaphunt says:

    I highly recommend Jack Ma: The House that Jack Ma built.

  9. just_kfir says:

    i think you need to remake the video, the audio is messed up

  10. jjgamerofficial01 says:

    I would add in rich dad poor dad. It is fairly simple, yet the points put forth in the book are solid.

  11. Fiber says:

    I see all these comments about the left ear only working well my right one is already broken so idc

  12. Michael says:

    Just letting you know the lean startup is a really dry read

  13. Mohd Jibly says:

    Awesome …thanks David

  14. Flashman senior says:

    Ironically, I got an advertisement of a university as soon as he stopped talking about 100 guys going to college and 100 guys watching his vids 😀

  15. Angel Luis Torres Jr says:

    freaking awsome. I have read a couple of them and have one on my " to read list". Now how do i get my son to read them?

  16. Frederick Hickman says:

    Excited to read all 10 of these and get my mind upgraded!

  17. Mohammed Hashim says:

    The ten books mentioned in this video are good for every entrepreneur not only teenagers. Thanks Pat

  18. Izzy says:

    So much VALUE, thank you!

  19. Pritish Pratyushran says:

    Sir you should make your video small if possible :).
    With love from India

  20. Sapphire sira says:

    Just ordered the #1 clarity

  21. Yuvraj Singh says:

    Thanks pat,
    You really care about us teens….

  22. Simeon Ivanov says:

    Cant wait to have a kid and make him watch aaaall of this gold 🙂

  23. She Wolf says:

    One of my favorite books is 'Change or Die' by Alan Deutschman (Les Brown's favorite!)

  24. Aryan Kapoor says:

    good work keep making videos like this you have my support 🙂

  25. Sing Out Loud says:

    I am beginner and ready to enter this business world,is their any order of reading these above listed books so as to connect the dots efficiently or we can choose any one of them arbitrarily and reading one at a time??

  26. going2sleep says:

    Entrepreneurship is about excellent sales and marketing. The rest you can leverage.

  27. Abdelkader boudaoud says:

    i'm 16 years from algeria "i used walkman " and cd's also a device to run CD's called "VCD " lol i just knew google few years ago

  28. Patrick Chiwomboma says:

    thank you Pat am gonna study these materials voraciously

  29. Gabriel Rainer Vasconcelos G. C. says:

    obstacles can never stop u

  30. preeti kaushal says:

    What about law of success and the E myth


    lol the self promote is real good wrk


    i'm broke so i'll be pirating this 🙂

  33. Thomas Wright says:

    Awesome video, keep up the good work!!

  34. Major Coleman says:

    What about creating a college for entrepreneurs?

  35. chicks with ideas says:

    Pat you're my biggest inspiration. I'm gonna read all of those even though I'm not a teenager (21 haha). Thank you!

  36. twinkle maraam says:

    Thanks a lot.MUCH ❤ TO U

  37. Yasin Muhamood says:

    Hi Patrick, am 31, should i still read clarity. Am asking bse you mentioned its for teenagers

  38. Scorch Hockey says:

    Awesome stuff, got to use your other videos to make money to buy the books. Thanks to your channel I’m developing as a person at a young age a lot! Thank you from Calgary, Canada

  39. charlesmary31 says:

    This guy is highly intelligent . Love him!!!

  40. Gandalf the Bae says:

    One year later and sadly and only half a million.

  41. Народный Тащер says:

    Patrick, I speak a little English, but reading your books that no use. Please translate your books for other languaages… Your video the best!!! 👍

  42. Darth Dogoz says:

    I smiled tru the whole vid.
    Hahahhahaaha HELL YA

  43. Aman Jee says:

    I am saving my pocket
    Money and started selling Jordan’s shoes

  44. Matthieu Carpentier says:

    what about "Sell or be sold"?

  45. Clash With WQ says:

    hellow can you say as how to download this books for free sine we cant effort it.

  46. Zuri Dacosta says:

    What is the cutoff age you recommend for these books from the 10 you've recommended for other entrepreneurs?

  47. Clash With WQ says:

    Hi can u say start up books fot teen .

  48. Kyle Fahey says:

    I would recommend Iron John by Robert Bly it's about the life of man and growing up throughout your life. It doesn't directly corrilate with the entrepreneurship but there is a lot of clarity with life. I have just sent you a snap. And I would love to get in contact and email if you could

  49. Harout Jabamikos says:

    any other books on clarity ???

  50. Abhijeet Bariya says:

    Hi sir you are amazing.What is your name sir?
    I want to BECOME CEO of google company and I need your help. I am studying in class 9th in India my age 18 so please tell me how to become CEO ?

  51. Hhh Jjj says:

    Read book of proverbs best book , short and coincise with spirituality included

  52. Pui Wai Wu says:

    Jugaad innovation
    This book is about applying the Indian ideology of frugality to the business world.

  53. anastasia steel says:

    Think and grow rich , launch ,

  54. Suraj Chetan says:

    Can anyone please give me the link to the video of Patrick , where , he gives a pdf in the video description for the top 100 books to read as an entrepreneur ? I remember downloading it , but now I have lost it n not able to find it .. if anyone knows which video it was , plz let me kno :

  55. PARTHIK SHILPESH SHAH ce15b086 says:

    Start with Why – Simon Sinek for Clarity and Zero to One – Peter Thiel for Innovation

  56. Pui Wai Wu says:

    Thank you for posting this video. This really helped me solidify my summer plans and I was able to squeeze in some time to read some of the recommended books on your list because I only like reading for learning. Hence, I would read one page of fiction and just throw the book to the bottom of my shelf. However, after reading Elon Musk— Tesla, SpaceX, and the Quest for a Fantastic Future. I realized that I actually enjoy reading and I gone through 70 pages of the book in three days.

  57. Chrisanity says:

    my left ear can't hear anything after watching the video

  58. George Kyriakoulis says:


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  60. Mike says:

    Patrick, of all the books you have read, which book has impacted your life more than any other (besides your own book).

  61. id 3009 says:

    economics in one lesson by Henry Hazlitt. It is amazing for forming an economic mindset, it's​ short and easy to read so teenagers can grasp the concepts easily

  62. Danny Manuel says:

    Hey Pat… I enjoyed your top books for teenager entrepreneurs, and your suggestion for topic #1 revolving around Clarity.

    What books on the subject of Clarity would you recommend to someone who’s been 3 yrs graduated out of college with a Mechanical Engineering degree, working in aerospace?

  63. Gameboob says:

    I like the balance in this list, that you don't recommend too many things from a category. Gonna add these to my list!

  64. Devin Tuff says:


  65. Devin Tuff says:

    Attending last year of high-school. Will read all these books. goal is to read 30 books by the end of this year. i already got 10 thank you. Maybe we will work in the future. Anyway you can look over my schedule to see if it would fit with a 17 year old. If not no problem.

  66. Devin Tuff says:

    Yes, Sam Walton my role model.

  67. Renaldo Susilo says:

    4:53 what is this church name?

  68. Anirban Dutta says:

    Our university ..It is Entrepreneur University..
    Thank you sir .. Love💗💗💗💗 from India..
    Please come in our India ..

  69. genius says:

    thanks you so much…..

  70. We Are Sherlocks says:

    Thank you pat let's see what we can do

  71. Raul Gonzalez says:

    Rich dad porr dad, and The Mindset great books

  72. Ricky Belmontes says:

    This is good

  73. Sergio Calleja says:

    Lots of Value from the video! I'm Going to read them all and hopefully expand my thinking. Thanks for putting this list together.

  74. Mercx Slick says:


  75. IAMJUPITER says:

    im so greateful thank you for the little push hahah

  76. Travel Teez says:

    Great advice

  77. Divas Ohri says:

    Can anyone tell some more clarity books

  78. Lawrence Great says:

    In what order do we read these

  79. Rohan Srivastava says:

    LV u

  80. Leeioh says:

    College psychology was beneficial, all the other classes I attended were overly priced and under educated. I hope that makes sense.

  81. Ankit Shaw says:

    Well at first my heart sank because I recently bought a new expensive headset and thought its right set isn't working.
    After watching the comments its a relief..

    #great video though

  82. cristian martanov says:

    This was posted when i turned 14 thz patrick

  83. Ankit Shaw says:

    I think this book must be there for teenagers

  84. Saida Darif says:


  85. Odolena Kostova says:

    I have read 5 out of 10, I am definitely doing to read some more of this list. Here I made a list of my top 5 marketing books, you can watch it here

  86. IV_MARIA says:

    The video is great but that noise though😂 am i having lightning bolts on my ears? 😂⚡

  87. Matt Kneeshaw says:

    Number 8 I remember watching one of your videos sir . This video would have been one of the first that I've watched of yours and the one thing that still resonates in my head I still hear it business is a doubles game that really resonated with me. To make $1000000 seems like a mountain unclimbable to someone like me until someone like you sir tell me one phrase It's a doubles game and that if you have $1,000 you are 10 doubles away from being a millionaire when I hear I'm going to make $1000000 I think I'll how would I ever do that I got to make a million of them well that seems almost unbelievable hard . But when I heard you said it's a doubles game to get to a million dollars you just need to do something 10 times hell anybody can do something 10 times. Mister Patrick Bet-David sir I want to thank you for all of the expertise knowledge that you have shared with me that has inspired me motivated me the most important you gave me knowledge might not have much I might have had a real tough life I might be in a real tough place right now but one thing that I have never stopped doing is trying to obtain knowledge knowledge is power and I want all the knowledge I can get. Before I came across your YouTube page I already knew I Matthew kneeshaw can do any thing I want. There's never been a time in my life when I wanted something and I mean really wanted it scratch that had to have it whether it be car job whatever it is if I want it and had to have it it was mine my only problem is I've never shot High Enough never had big enough aspirations for myself to be many reasons for this. The most important thing that I got from that was if you really want it there's nothing in this world that you can't have. As I mentioned earlier I am in a very horrible spots in my life but do you have got me thinking bigger more positive most importantly you're giving me knowledge it'll be beneficial to me no matter what where I go in life. Mr. Patrick Bet David thank you sir you are a true inspiration sir and I greatly appreciate the time you took out of your day to spread the knowledge that you've gained someone like me for free. It tells me a lot about you and why your business is growing from what I can see in the little bit that I have seen exponentially. The people that work for you are extremely lucky if I had somebody like you building me up holding me accountable for showing me how to do it you give me that with my competitive nature I could conquer the world for that person I know I just rambled on you probably won't see this but sir thank you sir you are a true inspiration sir and we are lucky when I say we I mean everybody it has access to your free knowledge sir thank you sir

  88. THE SIMPLE DEVIL says:

    Just instead of reccomending top best book for young entrepreneurs,directly list wise,why did you talked soo long this video could have been just 1minute,dont lecture we just want to read the book.curisioty dies when someone already tells the story of that book itself…

  89. Daniel Iles - Small Business says:

    I think “The one thing” should also be on this list. Most business owners I work with NEED to read this book and the successful ones have. It fits discipline as well, prioritizing the most critical things that we be done in your business day to day and week to week!

  90. Robert Valle says:

    Sir, When are you going to do a question and answer session? Taking questions from your fans off of Instagram and answering on your YouTube channel? I watch everything you put religiously, but I think you'd be surprised at what people want to know. Thanks for all the great content and keep it coming. HUA! R.

  91. Noodles says:

    F.U. Money and Atomic Habits

  92. Evan Carmichael says:

    #Believe 🙂

  93. Gloria Hester says:

    Atlas Shrugged is a novel. Im glad i lessened to this video all the way through , before i passed it on to my grandson .

  94. Tanishq Bhatia says:

    Great video 👍.
    And great guns you have 💪👌

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  96. Jake Tran says:

    you badass, patrick!

  97. Tsewang Bomo says:

    Thank you pat for ur recommendations
    I will start to read from clarity to innovation

  98. Knife Grader says:

    my left nut enjoyed this video

  99. sohaib ahmed says:

    I am reading blue ocean shift at the moment. I will read blue ocean strategy afterwards.

  100. rino kamsi says:

    For Clarity "The millionaire Fastlane" of MJ Demarco NO DOUBT.
    It's another book that makes you see the world with a Super-Wider perspective. You start looking at the people in another completely way and for me it made more in control of my life and self-confident!

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