So, you’re telling us you find reading financial books boring? That you can never make it after the first two chapters? Well, you won’t be bored reading the books that we are going to recommend to you today.
No doubt that these books are going to enrich your vocabulary, as all good books do but they are also going to help you up your financial knowledge and aid you to learn about money in a smarter way. Yes! If you read them carefully, you’ll find the secret to becoming wiser with money. We cannot wait to spill the beans. Let’s begin.
Think and Grow Rich – Napoleon Hill
This 200 pages long masterpiece is one of the best-selling books of all time. Napoleon Hill, former advisor to an American president and a great writer from the depression era interviewed hundreds of rich and successful men and compiled their secrets in his hugely popular book, ‘Think and Grow Rich’. He has talked about a 6 step growth plan which will help you achieve your financial goals. He also mentions setting a definite goal and focusing on what needs to be done to achieve that target and deciding on how much time you’ll take to achieve that. If you plan on getting a 7 figure amount in your bank account you should surely read this book. Buy here
I Will Teach You To Be Rich – Ramit Sethi
Read this book written by a home grown author and entrepreneur Ramit Sethi. In his book he talks about a six week plan to grow your wealth with minimum effort and how you can enjoy your life without getting stressed about the process.
The book has been praised for its use of simple conversational language and can be easily understood by the gen Z and millennials. I Will Teach You To Be Rich focuses on 4 basic principles of personal finance, saving, investing, budgeting and banking. You can easily find this book and reading it will hopefully help you. Buy here.
The Total Money Makeover: A Proven Plan for Financial Fitness – Dave Ramsey
A master of financial knowledge, Dave Ramsey isn’t about giving shortcuts to his readers. Instead, he chooses to dive deep and give a concrete approach to building a wealthy life. He helps you find out the reason your bank balance isn’t as much as the rich people of the society. He also debunks many money myths in his book ‘The Total Money Makeover and challenges the concept of the American Dream. His book also presents many success stories that followed his advice and paid off massive debts. Buy here.
Rich Dad, Poor Dad – Robert Kiyosaki
This timeless classic about personal finance is written by a multimillionaire, Robert Kiyosaki. In this book, he tells the stories of two fathers. One is his own and the other one is of his friend’s. He talks about how both the men shaped his way of looking at money. His theory of growing financial status depends on focusing on having enough money when you retire or for a health emergency than spending it all right now. He also talks about how you don’t need to have a high-paying job to be rich, you can get rich irrespective of your salary. Buy here
Rich Habits – The Daily Success Habits of Wealthy Individuals – Thomas Corley
The author, Thomas Corley spent 5 years studying the habits and lives of both poor people and rich people. And then he categorised ‘rich habits’ and ‘poverty habits’ and talked about what sort of people belong to these groups. The book mentions that good habits may take time to be regularly followed so the earlier you start the better it is. Corley also talks about how simple habits like staying in touch with your connections, sending them birthday wishes and exercising regularly can help you attain more wealth. You can try reading the book and following these steps and who knows you’ll be a millionaire soon! Buy here.
If You Can : How Millennials Can Get Rich Slowly – William Bernstein
This one sounds like an interesting title for all of you. And yes it is. The author of ‘If You Can’ William Bernstein wants you to get richer and made his book available for free on his website. He talks about how young people can retire with $1 Million in their bank accounts if they start taking some crucial steps early in their careers. These steps include giving 15 minutes to rebalance portfolios once a year and avoiding a financial professional who only cares about making themselves richer. Buy here.
There, you have it. Some of the important books you must read to get the cash register ringing. We know it’s gonna be a little difficult at first but trust us, reading these best-selling books will help you, one way or the other. Start reading and let us know which one you liked the most. We’ll be waiting for you in the comments section.