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Cracking the PM Interview
This book right here will teach you everything you need to know about the role of a Product Manager and how to land it in startups or large tech companies. It teaches you from the experience you need to the technical questions to expect in an interview
Product Management Jackie Bavaro and Gayle McDowell
Hooked: How to Build Habit-Forming Products
This book introduces you as the product manager to the Hook Model which helps you encourage customer behaviour without aggressive marketing campaigns. It explains how to make products that develop into your customer’s habits with real-world examples from tech companies like Instagram and Pinterest.
Product Management Nir Eyal
Inspired: How to create products customers love by Marty Cagan
This one’s a rather older book but some things never change much, do they now? Especially when you have digital product development examples from some global corporations like Google, Netflix, Apple, and the BBC.
Product Management Marty Cagan
Investing 101
Investments textbooks frequently transform important information into a tiresome speech that would send even Warren Buffett to sleep. Investing 101 foregoes the dry explanations in favour of a hands-on approach that keeps you interested as you learn how to build a portfolio and grow your savings. This book is jam-packed...
Personal Finance Michele Cagan
Naked Statistics: Stripping the Dread from the Data
This book highlights how easy it is to misinterpret data in product management with wit and accessibility. The writer explains key statistical concepts that will give you several examples of how you can utilize data to uncover what’s hidden beneath the numbers.
Product Management Charles Wheelan
Psychology of Selling
Brian Tracy's The Psychology of Selling is a well-known book written by a legendary sales executive. It shares ideas, techniques, strategies, and guidance to help salespeople sell more quickly and easily than ever before.
Sales Brian Tracy
Rich Dad Poor Dad
Robert Kiyosaki highlights the important lessons he learned from his rich father in order to avoid his poor father's financial fate in Rich Dad Poor Dad. The book has gone on to become one of the all-time best-selling personal finance books. In this book, a wealthy father teaches two young...
Personal Finance Robert Kiyosaki
Spin Selling
This book presents a strong sales process that exposes four types of questions that, when answered in succession, increase the likelihood of a lead converting into a sale.
Sales Neil Rackham
The Hard Thing About Hard Things
Written by one of Silicon Valley’s most respected and experienced entrepreneurs, it analyzes the problems business leaders face every day running their businesses. It provides insights on the developing, buying, or even selling of tech companies.
Product Management Ben Horowitz
The Intelligent Investor
In this book, little time is spent discussing the technique of analyzing securities. Instead, the main focus is placed on investment principles and investors’ attitudes. Benjamin Graham aims to teach three things: How to minimize the chances of suffering irreversible losses, how to maximize the chance of achieving sustainable wins...
Personal Finance Benjamin Graham
Think and Grow Rich
Think and Grow Rich is the result of Napoleon Hill’s study of over five hundred self-made millionaires, a condensed, accessible explanation of his Law of Success philosophy, which includes thirteen steps to riches (financial, emotional, and spiritual).
Personal Finance Napoleon Hill
Your Money or Your Life
Your Money or Your Life is chock-full of examples, tales, and personal experiences from people who have followed their nine-step approach to financial independence. The goal of Your Money or Your Life is to help you change your relationship with money. That relationship involves not just your earnings, spending, debts,...
Personal Finance Joseph R. Dominguez, Monique Tilford, and Vicki Robin