Are you looking for some financial inspiration in your life? Do you need to change your mindset about money? Looking to get out of debt and find financial freedom? These 10 books will change your mindset about money. Books that will always ground you and that you can read over and over when you need a little financial pick me up.
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My personal favorites The Millionaire Next Door and The Total Money Makeover. I could read these two books over and over, and I have. When I need a little perspective, or a little inspiration, these are my two go to books.
These books are terrific whether you are looking for advice, how to get out of debt, budgeting, side hustling, how to be content with what you have, or not to compare yourself to others. There is a little investment and retirement advice as well. Knowledge is power, and no one, including Warren Buffet and Dave Ramsey, knows everything about budgeting and investing. Understanding how wealth is built, every step of the way, will help you on your journey to financial freedom.
The Millionaire Next Door — Thomas J. Stanley
The Richest Man in Babylon — George S. Clason
The Total Money Makeover — Dave Ramsey
Love Your Life Not Theirs — Rachel Cruze
Rich Dad, Poor Dad — Robert Kiyosaki
The Simple Dollar — Trent A. Hamm
Money Master the Game: 7 Simple Steps to Financial Freedom — Tony Robbins
Think and Grow Rich — Napoleon Hill
Your Money or Your Life — Joe Dominguez & Vicki Robin
Retire Inspired — Chris Hogan
Books are such an inspiration for our lives. A few of these are must-reads to not only increase your knowledge, but to continue to offer you inspiration, get your finances in shape and help you realize the balance between making money and living an inspired and fruitful life. There are a multitude of personal finance books out there, what are your favorites?
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