Several people have recently asked me what books I recommend and what I have read recently. Looking back on the past few years, these are some of my top recommendations in no particular order:
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1. Tony Robbins – Awaken The Giant Within
Tony Robbins is one of my favorite authors. He is down to earth, inspirational, and genuinely cares about people. I highly recommend his work. Click the book below to find it on Amazon.
2. Thomas J. Stanley – The Millionaire Next Door
Dr. Stanley exposes what makes millionaires successful in today’s world. He conducted an extensive study that found most millionaires don’t live in expensive houses and the majority of them drive Ford F-150s. This is a great read that destroys the common misconceptions of modern-day millionaires. Click the book below to find it on Amazon.
3. Steven Levitt & Stephen Dubner – Freakonomics
This insightful book gives you a different perspective on how the world works and introduces some controversial topics. They answer questions such as “How much do parents really matter, and Which is more dangerous, a gun or a swimming pool?” Click the book below to find it on Amazon.
4. Chris Hogan – Retire Inspired
Chris Hogan is on the Dave Ramsey team and writes about your personal retirement number and how much money you need to live an inspirational retirement. His book is well written and down to earth. Click the book below to find it on Amazon.
5. George Clason – The Richest Man In Babylon
This is one of my favorite books I have read in a long time. It is written in parables that speaks to the most basic principles of living within your means and creating meaningful income. I highly recommend this book. Click the book below to find it on Amazon.
6. John Bogle – The Little Book Of Common Sense Investing
From the founder of Vanguard, John (Jack) Bogle give his viewpoints on the mutual fund industry and how you can still win in this confusing financial market. Click the book below to find it on Amazon.
7. Dave Ramsey & Rachel Cruz – Smart Money Smart Kids
Dave Ramsey and his daughter Rachel Cruz authored this book that addresses how to bring our kids up from the beginning to avoid having to dig them out of financial messes when they are older. This book offers a unique perspective on raising money-smart children. Click the book below to find it on Amazon.
8. Ray Dalio – Principles
Ray Dalio is a hedge fund manager who reveals his life story from his ups and downs to his eventual success in the stock market. He explains his life’s principles and what has made him successful. Click the book below to find it on Amazon.
9. Dr. Henry Cloud & Dr. John Townsend – Boundaries
Where do you draw the line in your personal relationships? The authors take you on a journey to empower you to create and enforce personal property lines that define who you are and who you are not. Click the book below to find it on Amazon.
10. Tony Robbins – Unshakeable
Another Tony Robbins book made my top 10 – he is a big influence on me. This book is a financial freedom playbook that outlines how the financial markets are designed to make you fail, but how you can overcome them and succeed. I highly recommend this book, click the book below to find it on Amazon.
Have you read any of the above-mentioned books? If so, how have they influenced you? Comment below – I’d love to hear any books you would recommend to me – I’m always looking for more reading material! If you haven’t subscribed below, please provide your email and I will send you updates on my new articles.