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Best Books to Read for Money Management


In this article, I would walk you through some financial success books that will change your life. These books will help you shift your attitude towards money and rich people and help you grow your business.

Besides this, you can even reach out to mentors for guidance on money management. You can do this by emailing them. Who would you like to reach out to?

And since thought leaders would get mails in thousands, it's essential to make yours stand out from the rest.

I hope you try this.

Now let us jump on to the book list that's highly recommended for money management.

Rich Dad Poor Dad

This book will transform your mindset about money. Robert Kiyosaki and Sharon Lechter have written the book "Rich Dad Poor Dad." It advocates the importance of financial literacy, starting your own business, building wealth through investing in assets. 

Total Money Makeover

In the Total Money Makeover book, Dave Ramsey shares real-life stories and thought-provoking questionnaires. This workbook would greatly help you achieve financial fitness as you work out every day on those newly coined money muscles. 

Unshakeable

In this book, Tony Robbins created a step-by-step playbook to transform your financial life and accelerate your financial freedom. Anyone can benefit from this book, no matter your salary or stage in life. This book provides the tools to help you. 

Automatic Millionaire

In Automatic Millionaire, David Bach teaches you about paying yourself first. You have to have a plan that pays you automatically to secure your future. It's unique because you don't need a budget or willpower to make a lot of money to become wealthy over time. In one hour, you can set up a plan that makes you rich automatically.

Rule #1 

This is one of the amazing investing books in which the self-made millionaire Phil Town teaches the fundamental principle that made him a millionaire starting from nothing. These are the same principles that the great investors in the world used to invest in. The author teaches how to control your own money and beat the stock market time and time again. The best thing about Rule #1 is that it follows a one-step at a time approach that lets you retire ten years sooner than planned.

Million Dollar Habits

In this book, Brain Tracy teaches how to develop the habits of successful men and women so you can think more effectively, make better decisions, and ultimately double or triple your income. In addition, he teaches how to organize your finances, increase your health and sustain loving relationships, and take leadership roles to turn visions into reality.

I Will Teach You to be Rich. 

This book will find a practical approach shared with a non-judgemental style that motivates the readers to follow what Sethi says. This practical guide is purely based on the four pillars of personal finance - saving, investing, banking, and budgeting.

Final Thoughts

Reading these books will give you an entirely different perspective of how money works. Only by applying what you have learned from these books can you make an impact on your life.


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