Is it possible that to become rich you have to read the books they read? Perhaps. Either way, it certainly doesn’t hurt to dig into the same information and philosophies that they are. After all, learning is power, and learning comes from books. If you’ve recently had to turn to an installment loan for emergency help, some of these finance books might be well worth a read.
Written after the Great Depression, this book offers extraordinary insights on financial success amidst a broken economy. The book records a study by a poor journalist who interviewed over five hundred rich and successful people of the time. The research conducted for this book provides steps for financial success that are still relevant today.
Written by Marianne Williamson, this book contains the idea that our thoughts are what create our financial reality. “In our ability to think about something differently lies the power to make it different”. This book offers more than just financial advice. It’s an inspirational story of work, money, and miracles.
Written back in 1910, this book provides a psychological outlook on money that’s stood the test of time. It teaches a strong correlation between one’s view of money and their ability to obtain it. If you believe that money itself is evil, you will never be rich. Makes sense.
“Secrets of the Millionaire Mind” proves that change in attitude is as important as financial education. In his book, T. Harv Eker reveals strategies on how to make it financially in easy-to-follow steps. A must read for those who think that financial success isn’t for everybody. This book proves otherwise.
Best-selling author Robert Greene and American rapper, 50 Cent (Curtis Jackson) team up to tell Jackson’s rags-to-riches story in his book entitled, “The 50th Law”. This one comes highly recommended by top businessmen across the nation. The main topic in this book is fearlessness and how, with the right attitude, anybody can make it to the top.
The title says everything that this book is about. Put this one at the top of your reading list if you start your journey to prosperity off on the right foot. The lessons in this book are a critical starting point for anyone looking for financial success.
In his book, “One Up On Wall Street”, Lynch reveals his own practical investment strategies that put his success on an unparalleled level. He also breaks down the important steps involved in his decision-making process before making investment choices.
Clason’s business best-seller is a book of stories that teach about wealth, the power of giving, and saving money. A good read for anybody needing inspiration to better themselves and their finances.
Make it your goal to read these books before the year is out. You could accomplish this by reading one book every two weeks. By doing so, you could have all the knowledge, fearless attitude and confidence you need to turn 2019 into the year you began your journey to financial success.