Two things prompted this post. First, our interview with Lifeline Ventures' Timo Ahopelto, who recently published his fictionalized account of his experiences growing startups, and the fact that I just picked up a Kindle. With books on our mind, now we're hunting for startup books every entrepreneur should read, from the old classics to any sort of new and quirky book. So spin around on your swivel chair, eye your bookshelf and let us know:
What books should every entrepreneur read? What books have positively impacted your business? Since we're focused on the Nordic and Baltic countries, are there any written in your native tongue that stand out? List away in the comments below, and we'll put it all together for a post later.