Infographic: Which Business Book Should You Read Next?

Abraham Lincoln was known as an avid reader. In fact, many popular stories about his childhood describe his main source of education was the endless hours he spent reading anything and everything he could get his hands on. And it’s a trait he shares with many of history’s greatest leaders. Check out this infographic from Koozai, a digital marketing company, for some help picking your next business read. And be sure to tell us which business books are you currently reading in the comments section below.

 

 

 

 

 

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