This article showcases our top picks for the best books on risk taking. We reached out to industry leaders and experts who have contributed the suggestions within this article (they have been credited for their contributions below).
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This product was recommended by Genevieve M. Piturro from GenevieveMPiturro
Purpose, Passion, and Pajamas: How to Transform Your Life, Embrace the Human Connection, and Lead with Meaning is the story of Genevieve Piturro’s triumphant leap off the corporate ladder to find her life’s true calling. Her challenges and transformation will inspire you to courageously find your own authentic purpose. What started with a simple question from a little girl led to an awe-inspiring show of compassion throughout the US and beyond. In her narrative, Genevieve brings you to the heart of the matter with eye-opening lessons in leadership, and the tools and motivation to “find your pajamas.”
This product was recommended by Matt Glodz from CV Pilots
My favourite book on risk-taking is When to Jump by Mike Lewis. Based on interviews with people who pursued risky career changes (and didn’t regret them), the book provides practical tips and inspiration for anyone looking to make a major life change. I recommend it to many of my clients!
This product was recommended by Lewie Mortier from Mitrade
If you want to learn how to make the best business decisions, here is a book to inspire you. In today’s market, risk-taking is what defines successful businesses from the rest. Understand what risk is and learn from the best on how to take the right risk.
This product was recommended by Eugene Romberg from We Buy Houses in the Bay Area
It was an eye-opening book and opened my eyes to the nuisances that come with risk-taking, and how one can incorporate it in not just financial securities, but life in general. It was an enjoyable, and easy read. The examples Gerd lays out to you are clear and numerous, which allows you to learn more from your reading sessions, as you can apply his principles to something more concrete in your everyday life.