Jerusalem Hub Books

Education is important. Continued education is even better! 
As the Jerusalem Hub team, we took upon ourselves to read at least one book each week. The topics range from business, motivation, and other educational subjects. 
We invite you to join us on our journey and read what we are reading. If you don't have the time to sit with a book, considering choosing the audiobook option instead!


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The 10X Rule

The 10X rule is all about what it takes to be successful at anything you try. Spoiler alert it takes more than you think. Grant Cardone suggests that the reason that it’s so hard to succeed is because often times people fail to realize how difficult things actually are. There is only one rule if you want to succeed and it’s The 10X rule.


Crush it!

Welcome to the world of hard and fast. Gary Vaynerchuk has a vision that he’s trying to make a reality, he wants to own the New York Jets. His goal was big, and while on his journey he learned how to crush it. Gary has yet to be the owner of the Jets but with this he book he’s sunk his teeth into a new vision. Gary wants you to have your dream too. Through the power of work ethic Gary shows you that living your dream is attainable.


The  personal MBA

Josh Kaufman realized something. The MBA is not for everyone. In fact it’s for almost no one. Josh Kaufman knows this because he has an MBA, he was an executive and what he found out is that having an MBA and being and executive is not all it’s cracked up to be. Say you want to learn how to run a business, and you think you need an MBA to do that. Think again. Kaufmann argues that an MBA merely teaches the business of yesteryear. In his book, Kaufman maps out what you need to know to run a business along with the 40 books you’ll need to read to become an expert in all aspects of business.  


4 hour work week

Retirement is becoming more and more unrealistic  every year. Tim Ferriss has discovered a secret society of people called “the new rich” and here’s the best part this society is not exclusive. In his book he outlines the step by step process of what you need to do to become one of these new rich, and retire right now by only working 4 hours a week.


Rich Dad poor Dad

Robert Kiyosaki was lucky enough to grow up with two dads a rich dad and a poor dad. In his book he describes what he learned from both. He learned that the difference between the poor and the is as simple as you working for money and your money working for you.


How To win friends and influence people

Dale Carnegie wrote one of the most influential books on how to behave. Whether you’re looking to succeed in business or you’re just looking to succeed in your personal life. Carnegie gives you the basic rules to follow in order to achieve influence, success and rapport with anyone you will encounter in life.


Money Masters The Game

Tony Robbins mastered the game, but he wasn’t done there. After he made his money he wanted to give back to everyone else who was trying to learn how money works. Managing and investing money has little to do with luck, think of it rather as a skill.He teaches you how invest so you too can create financial abundance for yourself.


Financial intelligence for entrepreneurs

Karen Berman and Joe Knight know that managing your finances as a business is as much an art as it is a science. In their book they teach you the basics about what numbers are important and how to manage the noise. The book goes through what to do and what not to do when it comes to handling your businesses cash.


Think and Grow Rich

Napoleon Hill saw the successful business moguls of his time and thought that there must be a behavior pattern that links them. So he met with them and wrote a book about it. Ever wondered what it takes to get what you want out of life? Then Think and Grow Rich is the book you need to read.


The subtle art of not giving a f*ck

Everyone wants to be that guy. The guy that does what He wants to do and not care what others say. What people don’t know is that it’s more complicated then not carring it’s a subtle art.