Five must reads on personal finance

There are few books on financial education, literally teaching us how to make money and manage it effectively. Our list of books on personal finance is about how you can develop a money mindset, habits, behaviors and strategies to create wealth in your life.

On number five it’s George S. Clason’s book  ‘the riches man in babylon’ that dispenses financial advice through a collection of parables set in ancient Babylon. Acclaimed as a modern-day classic, this celebrated bestseller offers an understanding of—and a solution to—your personal financial problems that will guide you through a lifetime. This is the book that holds the secrets to keeping your money—and making more.

On number four, we have ‘the total money makeover’ by Dave Ramsay. The book talks about seven baby steps, which are small changes that if we make them and act upon them consistently it will have a compound effects on building our financial future.

On number three, its T Harv Eker’s ‘the secrets of the millionaire mind’. The book helps you on how to develop your own financial blue print. You will learn to identify the faulty assumptions and self-sabotaged thinking of the poor and make corrections to think and act like the rich people.

On number two, on the list is Robert T. Kiyosaki’s ‘Rich Dad Poor Dad’. This book breaks down everything you need to know about financial education and reveals the value of taking control of your financial destiny through entrepreneurship and investing. Instead of working hard for money, the author unveils certain wealth principles to make money work for you.

And on number one in this must read list, it’s the all time classic ‘Think and Grow Rich’ by Napoleon Hill. Over the past eight decades many successful people have read this book and gained from it’s knowledge and insights. Think and Grow Rich is as applicable today as it was when it was first released in 1937. When read in its entirety and its principles put into action, Think and Grow Rich not only helps people change their views on life, but also the way they behave and, ultimately, their reality.

Which book has the ultimate impact on your financial destiny? Tell us about it in the comments section.

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