Top 3 Finance Books (So Far)

This year, I have shifted my primary reading interest to finance. I have compiled a list of my Top 3 Finance Books that have helped me, and will hopefully help you, too!

Rich Dad Poor Dad
by Robert Kiyosaki

Have you ever been so excited about a book that you start recommending it before you even finish? I have. And this is one of those times. I devoured this book. I lost sleep because of this book!

Kiyosaki stresses the importance of growing both your educational and financial intelligence. His book inspired me to search for other methods of income.

The 4-Hour Work Week
by Tim Feriss

This book was recommended to me by a friend.

Sidenote: Friends who recommend books that interest you are some of the best types of friends.

I currently do not hold an office job, so the beginning of the book didn’t fully grab my attention. However, I was incredibly interested with the end-game: A shorter work week. So, I pushed through. This book is overflowing with resources and tips, both for entreprenuers and employees.

You Are a Badass at Making Money: Master the Mindset of Wealth
by Jen Sincero

I want to preface my recommendation by first praising Sincero’s debut novel, You Are a Badass. Her writing style is wonderfully easy to follow, and her humor is spot on. While I do believe You Are a Badass is targeted towards a female audience, I do not see why a male reader would not benefit from reading her work.

You Are a Badass at Making Money continues with Sincero’s witty writing style. She explains the Power of the Universe, and the beauty of believing that the Universe wants to give you a full, incredible life.

What are some of your favorite finance books?
I’d love to know! Comment below!

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