Last Updated on September 5, 2020 by Road To Free Life
1. Secrets of the Millionaire Mind: Mastering the Inner Game of Wealth
If your car is the coolest in the parking, you might consider moving out of the neighborhood. How did I come to this conclusion?
Well, the principle no. 7 of this book says: “Wealthy people revolve around positive and successful people. Poor people revolve around negative and unsuccessful people.”
And if your car is the coolest, it means that (most likely) you are the most successful person in the neighborhood. And you should always have other successful people around you. Most books on prosperity present either practical questions about money or questions about our attitude toward money. “Secrets of the Millionaire’s Mind” is an exceptional book that deals with money from both perspectives: practical and mental.
The book is based on the formula: Beliefs-> Thoughts-> Feelings-> Actions = Results.
2. The Richest Man in Babylon – GEORGE CLASON
This book is a good start for those pressed for time. It has about 150 pages and is quick to read. The concept of the book is that the more a person’s wealth increases, the more that person will spend. Therefore, if we want more money, we need to discipline ourselves now and not later.
Studies show that most lottery winners are bankrupt in 3 years due to a lack of discipline. Therefore, the problem is not a lack of money, but how they are “dramatized”.
The book has a different approach because it presents the concepts through a story that takes place in ancient Babylon. I invite you to discover it.
3.Rich Dad, Poor Dad- Robert Kiyosaki
Imagine what it would be like to retire at 47…
Such as if you gain a unique economic perspective, which the school does not present to you, and at the age of 47 you could maintain the same standard of living as when you worked. Sounds good, doesn’t it?
Robert T. Kiyosaki did this because he “woke up on time.”
From adolescence, he noticed the different financial perspectives of his natural father and the father of his best friend.
His real father was rich in diplomas and poor in the bank. His best friend’s father had dropped out of school in the 8th grade and became a millionaire on his own.
The book shows Kiyosaki’s journey to becoming rich.
4.Think and Grow Rich-Napoleon Hill
If you had to choose one book from the list, this is “the one.”
In my opinion, every entrepreneur needs to read it. It’s transformative.
Napoleon Hill was asked by Andrew Carnegie to write a book to answer the question: What determines a person to be successful? Therefore, the author did research and interviews for 20 years with every big name of that time: Ford, Woolworth, Edison.
Of course, he did not forget those who failed (because we need to know what does not work, so as not to repeat the same mistakes). The book is the result. Emphasize that success comes from knowing what you want and having a burning desire to get those things.
Did you know that 99% of people have no purpose in life and that is why they are stuck in jobs they do not want?
The book will convince you to decide to be rich.
5. Crush It! –Gary Vaynerchuk
It is a motivational book that offers 3 great and important secrets tested by Gary Vaynerchuk in his career success. These are: love for family, work hard, and live your passion.
Find out in the book what each one means for your life and how much these 3 secrets matter in fulfilling your dream, that of earning money from practicing your passion.