Looking for financial advice? There are many books written on building wealth and achieving success. One can get lost in the search for the right book to read and even when we find one, we need to spend time reading it. And what a horrible feeling it is when we’re done and realize it’s not what we were looking for. I believe that there are much more than four books that have the power to change our financial understanding and influence us in a positive way, but I also believe that these books will definitely have a huge impact on anyone who is ready to leave the rat race and start to climb the mountain. ladder of financial success.

1. The first is “Cash Flow Quadrant” by the famous entrepreneur Robert T. Kiyosaki. The author here writes about four main cash flow strategies that most of us fall into, including you. These are: ESBI, or:

  • meemployee – where you will get a monthly income, without measuring the company you work for made a profit or not,
  • Semployee goblin – where you are the boss and the employee too. Example: doctor, architect, lawyer and actor/actress.
  • B.Factory Owner – You are the boss, you are manifesting people’s time, mind and energy to make money for you.
  • meInvestor – Money works for you. If you have a lot of money, you just have to invest it, such as real estate, stocks, and bonds.

you will learn why B. Y me Quadrants are more profitable and how to achieve it. it’s ok to be in me Y S quadrants as long as you enjoy your job, but if you want to be in B. Y me quadrants of what you need to change your philosophy and approach to life. These are different worlds where different laws are at work. He also writes about his personal experiences and how the advice of his rich dad and his poor dad has influenced his life. And I hope these tips will change your life too.

two. “The Art of a Deal”, by Donald Trump. This is a great book to read for many reasons, first, because it is written by a well-known real estate mogul and billionaire. Here he writes some details about his daily life, his way of doing business and his philosophy on how to make money and how he thinks big and how you can think big too. This is the book to read and enjoy every word because here you will see the spirit of the winner. The good thing about this is that you can copy the same approach to life and thus fill it with abundance and joy.

3. “Your money or your life” by Joe Dominguez and Vicki Robin, is another great book to read. It is about the difference between “make live” and “make life”. Are you struggling to “make a living”? Is money stealing the time of your family and the people you love? Will your financial status allow you to live for at least several months without pay if you quit or lose your job? If the answer is no, then this book is what you need.

4. “What I Didn’t Learn in School But I Wish I Had” by Australian businessman Jamie Macintyre. Here Jamie writes about ways to achieve financial freedom, describing all the steps with examples from his own life. He was bankrupt and $150,000 in debt, but with the strategies he writes in the books he not only got rid of debt but also became a millionaire in his twenties. He’ll figure out how to find the money to start investing in real estate, stocks and E-minis, even if he doesn’t have any in his account. The book is designed as a workbook and during the reading you will participate in different activities to make reading the book fun too.

These are the books of people who know how to make money and at the same time enjoy life and use time more wisely than wasting it on small things. They know the value of time; it is more than any money in the world. You can make more money, but you can’t get your time back. So use it wisely. On the other hand, if you want a quick guide to making money, you should be disappointed, because these books won’t do it. They are not designed to satisfy the SHOW ME THE MONEY attitude.

Here are a few more books I want to recommend:

  • rich dad poor dad by Robert T Kiyosaki
  • The millionaire next door by Thomas Stanley and William Danko
  • The richest man in Babylon by George S Clasona timeless classic book, this is my favorite.

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