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12-15-2014, 02:21 PM
What do you think would be good books on entrepreneurship for a 19 year old first year aeronautical engineering student?

My brother is 19 and he is studying aeronautical engineering. He is interested in entrepreneurship but he has not yet got the inspiration/desire to become and entrepreneur and live life to the full. He does not know how to do it yet.

Could you advise me on some inspiring and entertaining books that will show him how he can create a start up and use his high technology knowledge to become an entrepreneur?

07-30-2015, 07:49 PM
aeronautical engineering . Hmm it is quite difficult for us to suggest you any book . Because your niche is too special. But I think It is a good idea for you to search on Amazon. Books on Amazon have a lot of reiview of other testimonial. You can base on it and find out the best one for yourselve

10-23-2015, 05:17 AM
Search for a book online at good reads and moreover you can also check for the blogs written on successful entrepreneurs like the one I am inspired by is Jay Wright Sydney (http://medianet.com.au/releases/release-details?id=826403).

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11-19-2015, 10:24 AM
The reason why it is difficult to answer your question is that aeronautical engineering almost certainly involves working with a very large company or government. On the other hand, if your brother can figure out a way to be a supplier, or invent a useful product or system, for the large companies that work with aeronautical engineering, this might be the only way to combine the skill with entrepreneurship.

Another idea is to try to find a job in the field (full or maybe part time), which likely pays well. Then use free time and saved up money from the job to develop a business that may or may not be related to the field.

This being said, one of my favorite books on business building is "Duct Tape Marketing" by John Jantsch because it can show how to be successful in nearly any field and a step-by-step approach to making sales, which is one of the hardest things to accomplish.

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