It’s the number one predictor of success. Your ability to communicate with customers and clients. Yet so few people focus on it. Starting a business means you have a ton on your plate. But a few choice books can make all the difference when building your business. Here are my all-time favorite business books on communication.
These are my favorite books for freelancers:
So much of your business depends on your ability to write, it’s scary. This is the best book on writing I’ve ever read and it’s a must-read for anyone who want to be able to communicate with customers and clients confidently.
This one is written for designers but anyone can and should read it. It’s the best blueprint I’ve ever found for structuring a freelance business. It gives you the right mindset to be successful in client work, right from the start.
If you’re feeling like you’re a little worn out talking to customer, this is the perfect remedy. It’s a list of rules that will make sure communication outstanding and win you more customers.
This is a really fun read that pushes your thinking on the customer / business relationship. I think if you don’t read this one, you’re missing out on a ton of revenue.
In my opinion these are the must read books for business owners and marketers looking to improve their communication skills. It goes under the radar but communication skills help you land more customers and clients than any other skill.
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