If you are not fond of reading but wish to get wealthy, then you should begin exercising your page-flipping fingers because some great reads can actually help you get rich.
According to LifeHack.org, you need two kinds of books about finance to help you get a full grip on your cash flow and establish a steady growth in your wealth. This includes books which contain black-and-white information and fast facts on how to earn and save as well as those which indicate beliefs and ideas on how you can shift money flow to your gain.
1. The Science of Getting Rich by Wallace Wattles
This classic 1910 book from Wattles provides an intellectual framework on how people can build their personal wealth. Its author believes that your outlook about money determines how much of it you’ll be able to gain and thinks that if you see it as something evil, you lose any chance you have at getting rich.
2. The 50th Law by 50 Cent and Robert Greene
This easy-to-understand book about the fearlessness of American rapper 50 Cent co-written by Robert Greene, a famed author of books about seduction, power and strategy is something that could help new entrepreneurs and those aspiring to become wealthy to reach their goal. This is because this book can help re-frame a person’s idea on becoming wealthy while motivating him in during the process.
3. The Little Book That still Beats The Market by Joel Greenblatt
This book for novice investors teaches them to focus on the earnings in order to earn more and outperform the market. This is a book perfect for people with a clean slate when it comes to investing and has very minimal idea on the industry since it can provide a great point-of-view of one side of investing while…
4. Common Sense On Mutual Funds by John Bogle
…explains the other side. In this book, Bogle dismissed the idea or any hopes that an investor can outperform the market. He believes, instead, that indexing is the best way for newbies to invest.
5. The Law of Divine Compensation, On Work, Money and Miracles by Marianne Williamson
Marianne Williamson is an author of finance books who strongly believes that a person can get rich by creating his or her own financial reality. In this book, she explained that making money entails being willful and putting one’s self to work more than wishful thinking.
6. How to Get Out of Debt, Stay Out of Debt & Live Prosperously by Jerrold Mundis
Since one of the hindrances of getting rich include being buried deep in debt, Jerrold Mundis compiled ways on how a person can stay out of it and remain frugal in order for them to achieve great wealth. This is also something that most of the successful and rich will tell you not to skip.
7. Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
“Think and Grow Rich” is a classic written after the great depression of 1929. Napoleon Hill, a former poor-journalist-turned-renowned-author, had to do two decades worth of research before he finally came up with this masterpiece. Even if it is old, this book has steps on how to get rich which can be still applied to modern times.