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8 Books You Have to Read If You Are Serious About Being Rich

The road to riches requires different tools. One of the most important is having the right knowledge and mindset.These books will help you achieve that

1. Rich Dad, Poor Dad

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In Robert T. Kiyosaki’s book , he succinctly illustrates the distinguishing factor or habits of his father (poor dad), who was a highly educated man yet poor, and his other father who was a dropout but became a self-made multimillionaire (rich dad). The focus follows what are termed the different “quadrants” of the different classes of people in society and how you can elevate yourself to the Investor quadrant which will make you super rich.

2. How Rich People Think

how rich people think
Steve Siebold author of “How Rich People Think” has spent 30 years interviewing 1, 000 millionaires and billionaires to figure out what distinguished them from the average person. In the book, Siebold offers concrete, actionable  steps to follow as an ambitious person to building your own wealth.

3. Think and Grow Rich

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The author and former adviser to President Franklin Roosevelt interviewed over 500 successful people to discover the keys to good fortune. A classic and bestselling book, it discusses how you should start planning by setting your aim and desire of how much you really want to earn. It all starts from the power of your thoughts and then action.


4. The Richest Man in Babylon

The author, George S. Clason,  unearths principles and secrets that will lead you to personal wealth. As one of the most inspirational works on the subject of thrift, financial planning and personal wealth, “The Richest Man in Babylon” identifies the solution to financial problems that will guide you to wealth.

5. The Science of Getting Rich (A Thrifty Book)

the science of getting rich
Wallace Wattle provides the intellectual framework of building personal wealth through positive thinking.

6. The Automatic Millionaire

the automatic millionaire
The Automatic Millionaire written by David Bach explains that you do not need to get rich through a budget but with a well laid out plan.

7. Screw It, Let’s Do It: Lessons in Life
The writer, Richard Branson offers practical steps of how he became successful and how you can too. His book is based on his personal experiences and important lessons which have influenced him and will certainly influence you too if you want to become rich.

8. The Millionaire Fast Lane

The Millionaire Fast Lane helps you see the difference between  the Slowlane Road and the Fast Lane road, which involves ignoring popular advice and settling for the unconventional path to attaining wealth and financial security.


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