Self Help Books that I read and benefited from.
Reading has always been a interesting habit for all you do it. Some people love reading and some don’t and the only difference is that the people who don’t like reading are yet to read the book that’ll change and challenge their perspective of the world.
Reading is an vivid habit, where everyone in the room might not read the same book and this is what makes it more interesting. Every time you meet a reader, you are about to learn something new. So read books and learn.
Here’s a list of self help books from the amazing category of Finance, which were recommended to be, which I read and here carry forward the word:
Rich Dad Poor Dad: The highly recommended book by Robert Kiyosaki, talks about money in and out. Explains the difference between needs and wants, to have liabilities and to own assets and how to have an immense invisible impact on your pocket. Rich Dad Poor Dad on Goodreads.
Think and Grow Rich: Written in 1937 and yet every word in the book can impact the way you earn, spend, save your money. The 13 Principles explained by Napoleon Hill are crystal clear and up to the point. Think and Grow Rich on Goodreads.
The Richest Man in Babylon: Regarded as the classic self help book, The Richest Man in Babylon is a collection of advices on dealing with money. Advices are easy to understand and easier to implement The Richest Man in Babylon on Goodreads.
These are top three books I’d recommend and yer there are many more books on the same topic, but these books have been a way to establish a better foundation into finances for me. Once you are ahead of income and savings, I’d happily recommend you to jump into investing.
- 10% of all that you earn, goes for yourself, meaning kept aside for ideas or investments.
- Look out for passive income streams, don’t get buried under motion of losing money into liabilities.
- Have the unbreakable desire to get rich, along with hard work and be persistence.
- Get your money to work for you.
- Invest in yourself, learn – explore – grow.
- Do not rely on single income source. Your job is making your boss rich, not you.
- Say no to debt, don’t pay interest.
These are some basic recommendations and lessons. Read as much as you can but don’t forget to implement what you learn. There are a lot of fishes to catch and the pond you look at is an ocean.
Let me know if you have any recommendation for me or any lessons you’d like to share and read books.