The Entrepreneur 101 - Books (Part 2)
Here goes part 2 of the entrepreneur 101 - Books, and in case you missed that first part, you can read it here
My 6th book on the list (and that will be different for most of you), is a book on your own "entrepreneurial area". Like I wrote before, if you can not have the luck to have a mentor to show you the ropes in the beginning of your entrepreneur life, you better listen to what those in your field is doing (and how they are doing).
In my particular case, I am on the "green" field (although, I am not a vegetarian or drive an electric car or even run my house on solar power) So, my admiration and willing to help on this area is just because an inner voice (no!, I am not a schizophrenic either) says to me , it is the right cause to fight for in this life time.
So, it does not really matter what is your area, pick up a book that shows you what the area is about.
Earthforce: An Earth Warrior's Guide to Strategy by Captain Paul Watson is perhaps the closest you will get from the real thing. Of course, it is easier to put a banner for "green peace" in some bridge or monument in a big city and beg for donations than it is to get a boat and stop the killing of animals "by hands" in our almost dead Oceans. So, if you want to hear from people in the front-lines of the green battlefield and their strategies, this is your book.
The 7th book continues on the previous idea, as my field is not only "green" but also on "positive technology" and "science" so, again get someone you admire and read on.
Tesla: Inventor of the Electrical Age by W. Bernard Carlson
The 8th book is Understanding Media: The Extensions of Man : Critical Edition by Marshall McLuhan , it is a classic book on the subject. I think everyone (ent