It’s a fact: rich people like to read self-improvement and career-related books. A lot of self-made millionaires credit books for their success. Any of those big shots will tell you that your money mindset plays a huge role in how much money you make. Can a book actually make you rich? No guarantees whatsoever, but don’t sleep on all of the useful books that have helped millions of people make it happen. If it works for them, it should work for you, right? Here are the top books to teach you how to flip your mindset, manage your money in the best possible way and get rich.
Why wait until you turn sixty and something and retire to live your life to the fullest? Tim Ferriss wrote the ultimate guide to luxury lifestyle - work less and live more. The author of the book made his fortune thanks to earning massive passive income online. If you have only one income stream, it’s time to change that now.“The 4-Hour Workweek” includes practical tips and case studies to help you cut your work hours and double your income. Tim Ferris will teach you how to invest in skills that can make you money and create your own passive income streams.
There is certainly a reason why the rich keep getting richer. Multimillionaire Robert Kiyosaki tells a story of two dads: his real dad who is highly educated but poor and his best friend’s dad who is a college dropout but became a self-made millionaire. Both men have influenced Robert’s money mindset. He emphasizes the importance of the money you save for the future rather than your current bank balance. This book will teach you how to go from working for money to having your money work for you. The author reveals how you can become an investor and get super rich. In case you need a real-life example that this book works check out"Shark Tank" investor Daymond John who said that“Rich Dad, Poor Dad” changed his life.
Napoleon Hill, a former adviser to President Franklin D. Roosevelt, interviewed over 500 rich and successful people to discover the secrets behind their wealth. The author then used the acquired information to put together a six-step plan for building wealth that anyone from poor to middle class can use to get rich. Through the stories of many real-life millionaires, Hill lays out the ultimate get-rich blueprint based on how much money you aim to earn and what you're willing to do to get it. The book will teach you, among other things, that it’s the burning desire and the power of thoughts that create riches.
“The Richest Man in Babylon” is one of the first books on personal finance dating back to 1926. The message is still relevant in the modern world. George C. Clason accents the importance of “paying yourself first.” The author will teach you how to stop spending your money foolishly because when you buy things you don’t need, you pay others, not yourself. It all comes down to this: rich people are rich because they save more, multiply their wealth with investments, don’t get into debts and don’t spend their money unnecessarily.
Ever wondered what’s going on inside the richest minds on earth? What better way to find out than ask the millionaires? Steve Siebold has spent 30 years interviewing 1000 millionaires and billionaires to understand what distinguishes them from the average people. If you see yourself as a future millionaire, it’s worth reading this book that will give you an insight into your desired lifestyle and how to make it happen. The author offers concrete action steps to help ambitious individuals build wealth."Everyone has the same opportunity to acquire wealth,” he claims.
"I Will Teach You To Be Rich”is insanely appealing to the young readers’ thanks to the easy-to-read language. If you want a straightforward plan on how to get rich, pick this book and challenge yourself to change your life in six weeks. Sethi presents a six-week personal finance program for people who want to build wealth without working their asses off. The book covers four principles - banking, saving, budgeting, and investing as well as wealth-building ideas of entrepreneurship.