Books written by billionaires

120 Books Written By Billionaires (A Constantly Updated, Complete List)

If you read all of these, you will not come out the same person you came in (and I mean in a good way).

Here is a list of all the books written by Billionaires.

I have looked all over the Internet for a list and I have yraet to find a list that even comes close to what I’ve compiled here. The reason is simply because no one seems to be as plugged into the billionaire universe and the books out there as me. Nor have many people set out a goal to read most or any of them.

Note: Richard Branson made a good point in his book that news and internet estimates of net worth are usually wildly off in both directions. I tried my best with this list by giving more weight to people many magnitudes over a billion and people who are obvious (Bill Gates or Phil Knight, founder of Nike). Finally, I also put more weight on the only two net worth sources I trust: Forbes Net Worth Billionaire List and Fortune.

If you know of a book by a billionaire not on this list, leave a comment. I will keep updating this page. 

If you go through my Amazon link here to buy a book, I will get a commission at no extra cost for each purchase.

All Books Written By Billionaires:

  1. My Life and Work by Henry Ford (founder of Ford Motors)
  2. Today and Tomorrow by Henry Ford
  3. Made in America by Sam Walton (founder of Walmart)
  4. Grinding it Out by Ray Kroc (founder of McDonald’s)
  5. Business @ the Speed of Thought by Bill Gates (founder of Microsoft)
  6. The Road Ahead by Bill Gates
  7. Lean In For Grads by Sheryl Sandberg (female billionaire, one of the first employees at Google and Facebook)
  8. Lean In: Work, Women and The Will to Lead by Sheryl Sandberg
  9. Lean In for Grads by Sheryl Sandberg
  10. Shoe Dog: A Memoir by Phil Knight (founder of Nike)
  11. Start Small Finish Big: Fifteen Key Lessons to Start – and Run – Your Own Successful Business by Fred Deluca (founder of Subway, $3 Billion)
  12. Simply Rich by Rich Devos (founder of Amway)
  13. Zero To One by Peter Thiel (tech investor)
  14. The Essays of Warren Buffett
  15. Books by Richard Branson(Virgin founder): The Virgin Way:Everything I Know About Leadership, Screw It Let’s Do It:Lessons In Life, Like A Virgin, Losing My Virginity, Screw Business As Usual, Business Stripped Bare, Reach for the Skies
  16. What I Know For Sure by Oprah Winfrey (black, female talk show host)
  17. The Snowball (biography of Warren Buffett)
  18. Leading By Design: The Ikea Story by Ingvar Kamprad (Net Worth of $33 Billion according to Forbes)
  19. The Gospel of Wealth by Andrew Carnegie
  20. Winners Never Cheat by Jon Huntsman
  21. Eat More Chikin by S. Truett Cathy (the founder of Chick-Fil-A, Net Worth of $6.2 Billion at the time of death according to Forbes.)
  22. Wealth: Is It Worth It? by S. Truett Cathy
  23. How did you do it, Truett? by S. Truett Cathy
  24. It’s Better to Build Boys than Mend Men by S. Truett Cathy
  25. It’s Easier to Succeed Than to Fail by S. Truett Cathy
  26. The Generosity Factor: Discover the Joy of Giving Your Time, Talent, and Treasure by Ken Blanchard (author of One Minute Manager) and S. Truett Cathy (this is a mini-parable explaining the benefits of generosity.)
  27. Netscape Time: The Making of the Billion-Dollar Start-Up That Took On Microsoft by Jim Clark (a.k.a. James H. Clark – net worth $1.3 billion, founder of three billion dollar tech companies)
  28. Built from Scracth by Bernie Marcus and Arthur Blank (the Home Depot founders)
  29. Barefoot to Billionaire: Reflections on a Life’s Work and a Promise to Cure Cancer by Jon Huntsman Sr. (Net Worth of $1 Billion according to Forbes, after giving away $1.2 billion)
  30. Ralph Lauren by Ralph Lauren (the polo t-shirt company. I have a few of their shirts.)
  31. The Gospel of Wealth by Andrew Carnegie
  32. The Entrepreneur: 25 Golden Rules for the Global Business Manager by William Heinecke (net worth of $1.7 Billion according for Forbes)
  33. The Entrepreneur: Twenty-One Golden Rules for the Global Business Manager by William Heinecke (it seems to be an older version of the same book)
  34. How To Win At The Sport of Business by Mark Cuban
  35. Onward by Howard Schultz (Starbucks)
  36. Steering Clear by Peter George Peterson (COE of Lehman Brothers, 1.6 Billion net worth)
  37. Pour Your Heart Into It: How Starbucks Built A Company One Cup At a Time by Howard Schultz
  38. Bloomberg by Michael Bloomberg (Made his money from Bloomberg terminals)
  39. The Business of Happiness by Ted Leonsis
  40. Billionaire: Secrets to Success by Bill Bartmann
  41. Pizza Tiger by Thomas Monaghan (founder of Pizza Hut)
  42. How To Be Rich by J. Paul Getty (Fortune named him the richest living American in 1957.)
  43. How to be a Successful Executive by J. Paul Getty
  44. As I See It: The Autobiography of J. Paul Getty
  45. My Life and Fortunes, the Autobiography of One of the World’s Wealthiest Men by J. Paul Getty (apparently he wrote two autobiographies?)
  46. The Joys of Collecting by J. Paul Getty (this is more about his priceless art collecting hobby)
  47. Charles Schwab’s Guide To Financial Independence by Charles R. Schwab (net worth of $5.3 Billion)
  48. You’re Fifty, Now What? by Charles Schwab
  49. How to be Your Own Stockbroker by Charles Schwab
  50. Reinventing the Market by Charles Schwab
  51. Margin of Safety by Seth Klarman (investor)
  52. Dream No Little Dreams by Clayton L. Mathile
  53. The Essays of Warren Buffett by Lawrence Cunningham (a curation of Warren’s shareholder letters)
  54. Poor Charlie’s Almanack by Charlie Munger (Warren Buffett’s partner)
  55. Call Me Ted by Ted Turner (media business)
  56. The First Billion Is The Hardest by T. Boone Pickens
  57. Fooling Some of the People All of the Time by David Einhorn (investor)
  58. Soros on Soros by George Soros (probably the densest and most difficult of them all. This guy was born with a genius mind for macro-economists far beyond my comprehension.)
  59. Direct from Dell by Michael Dell
  60. The Startup of You by Reid Hoffman
  61. The Science of Success by Charles G. Koch (net worth of $42 billion. #7 richest man in the world according to Forbes. charles koch net worth
  62. Good Profit: How Creating Value for Others Built One of the World’s Most Successful Companies by Charles G. Koch
  63. Better India: A Better World by Narayana Murthy
  64. Compassionate Capitalism: How Corporations Can Make Doing Good an Integral Part of Doing Well (2004) by Marc Benioff (net worth $3.9 Billion+)
  65. The Business of Changing the World: Twenty Great Leaders on Strategic Corporate Philanthropy (2006) by Marc Benioff
  66. Behind the Cloud: The Untold Story of How Salesforce.com Went from Idea to Billion-Dollar Company-and Revolutionized an Industry by Marc Benioff 
  67. How to Smell a Rat: The Five Signs of Financial Fraud by Ken Fisher
  68. The Only Three Questions That Count: Investing by Knowing What Others Don’t by Ken Fisher (I highly disagree with many points in this book; I prefer Warren Buffett’s style and Ken’s father’s book Common Stocks and Uncommon Profits)
  69. The Little Book of Market Myths: How to Profit by Avoiding the Investing Mistakes Everyone Else Makes by ken Fisher
  70. Plan Your Prosperity: The Only Retirement Guide You’ll Ever Need, Starting Now–Whether You’re 22, 52 or 82 by Ken Fisher
  71. Debunkery: Learn It, Do It, and Profit from It — Seeing Through Wall Street’s Money-Killing Myths by Ken Fisher
  72. Markets Never Forget (But People Do): How Your Memory Is Costing You Money—and Why This Time Isn’t Different by Ken Fisher
  73. The Ten Roads to Riches: The Ways the Wealthy Got There (And How You Can Too!) by Ken Fisher
  74. Beat the Crowd: How You Can Out-Invest the Herd by Thinking Differently by Ken Fisher
  75. Battle for Investment Survival by Ken Fisher
  76. 100 Minds That Made the Market by Ken Fisher
  77. How Google Works and The New Digital Age by Eric Schmidt, Chairman of Alphabet (formerly Google), 138th richest man in the world. (What I find interesting about him is that he doesn’t consider himself an entrepreneur. He considers himself a manager that helped Larry and Sergie create their dream of Google. You don’t have to be a CEO or founder guys!)
  78. Get Smarter: Life and Business Lessons by Seymour Schulich (Net worth of $1.5 billion according to Wikipedia)
  79. PAPA: The Story of Papa John’s Pizza by John H. Schnatter (Net worth of $1 billion according to Forbes)
  80. The Art Of the Deal by Donald Trump
  81. Midas Touch: Why Some Entrepreneurs Get Rich-And Why Most Don’t by Donald Trump & Robert Kiyosaki
  82. Think Like A Champion by Donald Trump
  83. Why We Want You to Be Rich: Two Men, One Message by Donald Trump & Robert Kiyosaki
  84. Am I Being Too Subtle?: The Adventures of a Business Maverick by Sam Zell (Net worth of $5 Billion according to Forbes)
  85. Lui Che-woo: Creating Value: The Journey of a Self-Made Billionaire: The Authorized Biography by Lui Che woo by Lui Che-woo (Net worth of $15 Billion according to Forbes)
  86. Against All Odds: An Autobiography by James Dyson (Net worth of $4.3 Billion according to Forbes)
  87. A History of Great Inventions by James Dyson
  88. Whatever the Odds The Incredible Story Behind DLF by Kushal Pal Singh (also known as K.P. Singh, Net worth of $5.3 Billion according to Forbes)
  89. Lim Goh Tong: My Life Story (Net worth of 4.2 billions dollar according to Forbes when he died, richest Malaysian at the time)
  90. Let My People Go Surfing: The Education of a Reluctant Businessman by Yvon Chouinard (Net worth of $1 Billion according to Forbes, founder of Patagonia, more of his books are in the Honorable Mention section)
  91. The Responsible Company: What We’ve Learned From Patagonia’s First 40 Years by Yvon Chouinard
  92. Billions to Bust and Back: How I Made, Lost and Rebuilt a Fortune by Thor Bjorgolfsson
  93. In for a Penny: A Business Adventure by Peter Hargreaves ($2.9 Billion)
  94. Powerhouse Principles: The Ultimate Blueprint for Real Estate Success in an Ever-Changing Market by Jorge Perez ($2.8 Billion)
  95. Threshold Resistance: The Extraordinary Career of a Luxury Retailing Pioneer by Alfred Taubman ($3.1 Billion)
  96. A Passion to Win by Sumner Redstone (chairman of Viacom, Net worth of $5.4 Billion according to Forbes)Passion to Win by Billionaire Sumner Redstone
  97. Making It Big by Binod Chaudhary (from Nepal, net worth of $1.32 Billion according to Forbesbinod chaudry billionaire book
  98. Mochtar Riady: My Life Story (from Indonesia, the founder of Lippo Group; net worth of $1.83 Billion according to Forbesmochtar riady billionaire book
  99. Everything is Possible: Life and Business Lessons from a Self-Made Billionaire and the Founder of Slim-Fast by S. Daniel Abraham (net worth of $2.1 Billion according to Forbes)
  100. The Z Factor: My Journey as the Wrong Man at the Right Time by Subhash Chandra (net worth of $4.4 Billion according to Forbes)
  101. A Passion to Build: a Memoir of David M. Consunji (net worth of $3.5 Billion)
  102. Principles by Ray Dalio (net worth of $17 Billion according to Forbes)

Honorable Mentions

Less Helpful Books by Billionaires

Let’s be honest. One of the key reasons we read these is to earn more money. Therefore, there are quite a few books by billionaires that I didn’t feel fit to include in the main list because their topic is far off from any advice on earning money. They will go in this list:

  • Simple Fly Fishing: Techniques for Tenkara and Rod and Reel by Yvon Chouinard
  • 180° South: Conquerors of the Useless by Yvon Chouinard
  • Climbing Ice by Yvon Chouinard
  • Peace is Possible: Conversations with Arab and Israeli Leaders from 1988 to the Present by S. Daniel Abraham

Books Written By Billionaires In Languages Other Than English

Billionaires That Lost It All

When I see people rise up quickly to become millionaires in the lime-light but do so in flamboyant, excessive ways, I wonder … but will they stay millionaires? Lately, there have been a lot of young people who have done just that through social media, like Rice Gum or Tai Lopez. While 99% of the world has bought into the idea that they’re gods, history proves differently. I believe time will tell. If you give anyone a couple decades, you’ll find out who stood the test of the time.

The same applies to billionaires. There have been a few who have reached this point and fallen back down. Some even committed suicide. Therefore, I haven’t deemed the books written by the billionaires who fall into this category worthy to be placed into the main list. Their overall strategy failed them, so we shouldn’t take their advice point blank. Nonetheless, we can still learn from their failures so we don’t make the same ones.

That’s why I prefer the advice of Warren Buffet. He’s a billionaire who has consistently stayed rich for over six decades, but preaches the values and qualities of being a good person and living a life beyond money. His whole motto revolves around sacrificing any extra money that can be made if it means a potential loss of reputation or potential catastrophic loss of money.

O X Da Questão by Eike Batista: This book is written in Portuguese. In 2012, he was the richest person in Brazil with a net worth of $30 Billion. Due to risky investments, he loss all of his money and plunged to a negative billion dollar net worth. Many of his cars, including a white Lamborghini Aventador were seized.

Billionaires That Lost It All And Got It Back

Donald Trump is the one billionaire I know who plunged into multiple billions into debt, but managed to pick himself back up and make it back. He details the story in his books. Rather than giving up, he persevered and even ended up becoming President of the United States. His books are in the main list.

Books About Billionaires

This list includes books that were:

  • written by people that barely missed the billionaire mark.
  • written by people directly related to billionaires.
  • were written about billionaires, but not by the actual billionaire.
  • recommended by billionaires.

Life and Happiness Advice

  • The Billionaire Who Wasn’t: How Chuck Feeney Secretly Made and Gave Away a Fortune (not written by Chuck himself. It’s a biography)
  • Getting There by Zoe Gillian Segal
  • Delivering Happiness: A Path To Profits, Passion, and Purpose by Tony Hsieh (founder of Zappos)
  • 21 Secrets to Success and Happiness by John Templeton (one of the best investors in history)
  • How I Did It: Lessons From The Front Lines of Business (Pulls from multiple columns of the Harvard Business Review and features multiple billionaires including Kevin Plank and Eric Schmidt)
  • Coco Chanel: An Intimate Life by Lisa Chaney – This one is written about a female founder of a multi-billion dollar fashion company, Chanel. It is put here because it is questionable whether or not she actually hit a billion dollar net worth during her lifetime and it wasn’t written by her. Having said that, she did create an incredible company. The book seems to be more about her personal life than business success though.
  • Life Is What You Make It by Peter Buffett (Warren Buffett’s son)
  • Showing Up For Life: Thoughts on the Gifts of a Lifetime by Bill Gates Sr. (father of Bill Gates)
  • Elon Musk’s biography

Business and Wealth Advice

  • Charlie Munger: The Complete Investor (not by Charlie, but quoting a lot of his best stuff)
  • Laws of Success by Napoleon Hill (studied 200+ of the richest people in the world in-person for 20+ years, including Andrew Carnegie, Henry Ford, and more)
  • Awaken the Millionaire Within You: Lessons from Carlos Wizard Martins by Carlos Wizard Martins (Net worth of $1 billion in 2014 on Forbes but he sold his company for $700 million and isn’t a billionaire anymore).
  • Forrest Mars, Jr. (27th richest man in the world, owner of a candy company, net worth $11+ billion) recommends these books according to Fortune (click the link).
  • The Everything Store by Brad Stone (It’s about Jeff Bezos, the founder of Amazon.com)
  • A Passion For Success by Kazuo Inamori (Net worth of $900 million according to Forbes)
  • John L. Gokongwei Jr.: The Path Of Entrepreneurship by Marites A. Khanser (Net worth of $6.2 Billion)
  • The Martha Rules: 10 Essentials for Achieving Success As You Start, Build, or Manage a Business by Martha Stewart (She may have hit a billionaire at some point. Now, it seems she’s dipped below that, especially after giving away to charity.)
  • Steve Jobs
  • How To Get Rich by Felix Dennis (his net worth was estimated around $100 million when he was alive)

These books were recommended by the billionaire Forrest Mars (9+ billion net worth) :

  • General and Industrial Management by Henri Fayol
  • Elementsof Administration by Lyndall F. Urwick
  • The Principles of Organization by James D. Mooney

“Forrest has the best management system I’ve ever come across. It permits decentralization and encourages initiative–but keeps firm control at the top.” -former Mars Executive, according to Fortune article.

Some of My Favorites

So far, I’ve read quite a few of them and gained some incredible insights. I love doing this because a lot of millionaire advice is contradictory.

I love doing this because a lot of millionaire advice is contradictory. One of the reasons behind this is that millionaires surprisingly are sometimes still struggling to figure things out and sometimes have naive interpretations on how they did it.

I loved these for many reasons. Some of them included that they were conversational, easy to understand, and had advice applicable to life as well as business. Here they are in no particular order:

  • Made in America by Sam Walton
  • What I Know For Sure by Oprah Winfrey
  • Shoe Dog by Phil Knight
  • The Essays of Warren Buffett
  • Zero To One by Peter Thiel
  • The Virgin Way by Richard Branson
  • The Startup of You by Reid Hoffman
  • Softwar: An Intimate Portrait of Larry Ellison and Oracle by Matt Symonds (commentary included by billionaire Larry Ellison) 
  • How to be a Billionaire by Martin Fridson

My Least Favorites

  • The Science of Success by Charles Koch because it was short and filled with corporate lingo. I still got a lot out of it though.
  • Business @ The Speed of Thought because it was too short and focused on specific business organization with a touch of strategy. Plus, you can tell Bill isn’t the best writer. Note: Bill is one of my favorite people, but I think I should still be honest here.
  • The Only Three Questions That Count by Ken Fischer. Probably my least favorite. Few people will understand the book unless they’re into money management and fund investing. But the real reason I disliked it was that most of the advice given I didn’t agree with, wasn’t logical, had holes, and went against the entire Buffett philosophy of investing. I have a feeling he made his money by getting tons of investors to give him money and taking a hefty management fee. Nonetheless, not saying he was a completely horrible guy. I liked what he says in his books about giving back and charity.

Key Takeaways

There’s too many to mention. I’m better off doing an article focusing on billionaire patterns I’ve learned.

One common thing is to prepare and hold your ground for lawsuits. A lot of these people had to battle in the court. It just ends up happening at some point when you get to that size and a lot of people want to sue you for money.

Be prepared to trust your gut and fight back if you believe you were right. Martha Stewart and Richard Branson’s stories stand out in particular. Remember: bad stuff happens and that’s okay.

Other Rich People Books

Did I miss any books by billionaires? Please let me know in the comments because I’d love to add them to the list and read their books.

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30 Comments

  • Ben

    August 10, 2017

    “Principles” by Ray Dalio

    Reply
  • Dong Kaizen

    June 30, 2017

    Will, maybe you should publish the Chinese book list that I send to you. It may benefit someone

    Reply
    • Will

      July 3, 2017

      Can you send that list again? I must have lost the list you sent in a comment.

      Reply
  • Dong Kaizen

    June 21, 2017

    Here are book of other billionaires
    1)Gokongwei’s biography, John L. Gokongwei Jr.: The Path of Entrepreneurship by Gokongwei net worth $6.2 billion
    2)A passion to build: a memioir of David M. Consunji by David M. Consunji net worth 3.5 $billion
    3)Awaken the millionaire within you: Lessons from Carlos Wizard Martins by Carlos Wizard Martins (net worth $1 billion in 2014, he is not on Forbes list any more because he sell his company for $900 million). This book is one of the best book I have ever read

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  • Dong Kaizen

    June 18, 2017

    here is the book written by billionaires but haven’t translate to English, I wish somebody will translate them or I will hire people to translate them when i get richer

    Chairul Tanjung Si Anak Singkong by Chairul Tanjung (net worth 4.8 billion)

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  • Dong Kaizen

    June 18, 2017

    Here are even more amazing books, sorry today it seem like I update to many book

    Dream No Little Dreams by Clayton L. Mathile (he worth 3.8 billion dollar https://www.forbes.com/profile/clayton-mathile/?list=rtb)

    Whatever the Odds The Incredible Story Behind DLF by Kushal Pal Singh (he worth 5.3 billion dollar https://www.forbes.com/profile/kushal-pal-singh/?list=rtb)

    Lim Goh Tong: My life story (he was worth 4.2 billions dollar when he died in 2007, he was richest Malaysian at that time)

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    • Will

      June 20, 2017

      Thanks for the Forbes links. They help me verify and it’s the most credible source, though not always completely accurate.

      I suggest using Amazon’s author feature as well. You can click into the author name and see if they wrote any other books.

      Reply
  • Dong Kaizen

    June 18, 2017

    here are one of the amazing book I read also. It is written by Eike Batista. (In 2012 he is the richest person in Brazil and he is worth 30 billion dollar. Up to now due to risky investment in oil businesses he loss all of his money and stay in debt by a billion dollar. However his book definitely still worth a read about how he made it from nothing to 30 billions dollar). It is written in Portuguese but Google Translate do very good job when it come to translate from Portuguese to English .This is the link to download that book http://lelivros.love/book/download-o-x-da-questao-eike-batista-em-epub-mobi-e-pdf/
    After download a book you can convert it in to doc and use google translate to read it

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  • Dong Kaizen

    June 18, 2017

    Can you read Chinese or Do you want me to share books that are written by Chinese billionaires which are written in Chinese?. Some of these books have been Translated to English but most haven’t. If you like it, I will share those books with the link that you can verify their net worth. Some of these books are the best book I have ever read in my life. Good day, Will. See you soon

    Reply
    • Will

      June 19, 2017

      I can’t read but please let me know about them.

      Reply
  • Dong Kaizen

    June 17, 2017

    some new book up date
    Am I Being Too Subtle?: The Adventures of a Business Maverick by Sam Zell (net worth 4 billion)
    Lui Che-woo: Creating Value: The Journey of a Self-Made Billionaire: The Authorized Biography by Lui Che woo (net worth 15 billion)
    PAPA: The Story of Papa John’s Pizza by John H. Schnatter (net worth 1 billion)

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    • Will

      June 18, 2017

      You are the MAN, Dong. I got all your comments. I will have to read these. I’ll vet these and add those I can verify to the list. How do you find these? You’re amazing.

      Reply
      • Dong Kaizen

        June 18, 2017

        Thank you, Will. So happy that you have the same passion with me. I really love to read book written by billionaire like you do. You are the one who very kind to share those book to people, Your list is probably the best list on the Internet.And there are many more book that I haven’t see in your list. Here are some more (If they are not billionaire right now, they are at list was a billionaire when I found them on Internet)

        The Entrepreneur: 25 Golden Rules for the Global Business Manager by William Heinecke (net worth 1.8 billiona, according to Forbes 2017 link: https://www.forbes.com/profile/william-heinecke/?list=rtb)

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        • Dong Kaizen

          June 18, 2017

          Here are even more books written by billionaire recently
          Billions to Bust and Back: How I Made, Lost and Rebuilt a Fortune by Thor Bjorgolfsson (Thor Bjorgolfsson net worth 1 billion last year, can not find him on Forbes list right now)

          In for a Penny: A Business Adventure by Peter Hargreaves net worth 2.9 billion https://www.forbes.com/profile/peter-hargreaves/?list=rtb

          Threshold Resistance: The Extraordinary Career of a Luxury Retailing Pioneer by alfred taubman (He was worth 3.5 $billion when he die in 2015)

          Powerhouse Principles: The Ultimate Blueprint for Real Estate Success in an Ever-Changing Market by Jorge Perez (net worth $2.8billion https://www.forbes.com/profile/jorge-perez/?list=rtb)

          Start Small Finish Big: Fifteen Key Lessons to Start – and Run – Your Own Successful Business by Fred Deluca founder of Subway (he was aslo worth 3.5 $billion when he die in 2015)

          There are still many more book and I will gradually update it on your blog, Will. Thank you again for your kindness to sharing this list

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          • Will

            June 20, 2017

            Thank YOU. I was planning on going straight down the entire list of billionaires and see if they had written books comprehensively but never got around to it yet. Thanks for doing some of the work for me.

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        • Will

          June 20, 2017

          Yes, I plan on reading all of them. It is ridiculous how no one has thought to do this before. You will come out so much better after reading these.

          Reply
  • Dong Kaizen

    June 16, 2017

    here are some more
    against all odds by Jame Dyson (net worth 4 $billion)
    let my people go surfing by Yvon Chouinard (net worth 1 $billion)
    Everything is possible by S. Daniel Abraham (net worth 1 $billion)

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  • Dong Kaizen

    June 16, 2017

    Here are some of the new book:
    The Z factor written by Subhash Chandra (Net worth: 4 $billion)
    Creating Value: The Journey of a Self-Made Billionaire written by Lui che woo (Net worth 15 $billion)
    Am I being too subtle written by Sam Zell (net worth: 4 $billion)

    Reply
  • GW

    June 2, 2017

    one more:
    The King of Shaves Story: How I Built a Great Business in Tough Times by Will King

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  • GW

    June 2, 2017

    I would like to suggest:
    Making It Big by Binod Chaudhary (He is a billionaire from Nepal)
    Mochtar Riady: My Life Story (One of top business magnate from Indonesia, the founder of Lippo Group)
    The Mary Kay Way: Timeless Principles from America’s Greatest Woman Entrepreneur

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    • Will

      June 4, 2017

      Thanks for these suggestions, GW. I will have to vet them thoroughly before it’s confirmed they’re billionaires. Howd you find out about these?

      Reply
  • dara

    May 13, 2017

    buddy you should also have mentioned books written by henry ford

    Reply
    • Will

      May 13, 2017

      You’re right. Thanks for mentioning it. Added.

      Reply
  • Dong

    March 10, 2017

    you miss the book A Passion to Win by Sumner Redstone 5.3 Billion Forbes

    Reply
    • Will

      March 10, 2017

      You are the man, Dong! I will add that and definitely have to read that.

      Reply
  • Robert

    January 30, 2017

    You can add “Get Smarter” by Seymour Schulich to the list (1.75b net worth).

    Also “A Passion For Success” by Kazuo Inamori to the honorable mentions section (900m net worth).

    Reply
    • Will

      January 31, 2017

      Thanks so much Robert! Added. How did you find these? This is amazing!

      Reply
  • Arsene TWIZERIMANA

    January 7, 2017

    thank you a lot .i am going to try to read some of these books and i hope they will help me to improve my understanding about personal development and business development as well as risk taking.

    Reply
    • Will

      January 8, 2017

      Thanks for reading and good luck Arsene!

      Reply

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