Books on Financial Freedom
You need to read books on financial freedom and wealth generation if you want to live a life where you never have to worry about money ever again. It fascinates me how many people have the dream to be financially free yet for some reason won’t invest the time to learn how to get there. If somebody wants to master a skill, be it anything from arts and crafts to sport to any profession you can think of, they study it. They read books, articles and manuals, they seek advice and mentorship from people that have been there and done it before them and sometimes they even go to university for years. Why should financial freedom be any different?
Below is a summary of some of my favourite books on financial freedom that I would highly recommend to everyone. No one book is going to give you all the answers, but the more you read and learn, the more things become clear until suddenly... CLICK – it makes perfect sense. Here is my list.
Rich Dad Poor Dad – by Robert Kiyosaki
The first of the books on financial freedom you should read is Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki. I first read this book about three years ago and it completely opened my eyes that there is an easier way to make money than getting up and going to work every day in the rat race. I have probably read it three or four times since. The main message of this book is giving the average person a new point of view on money and how to make money. This book is not about showing you a blueprint on how to become rich but rather it’s about seeing money and the rich in a new light.
Think and Grow Rich – by Napoleon Hill
In this book you will find money-making secrets that can change your life. Inspired by Andrew Carnegie's magic formula for success, Napoleon writes down the secrets that will bring you and your family unlimited wealth. It teaches you not only what to do but also how to do it. If you learn and apply the simple techniques, you will master the secret of true financial freedom.
Attitude is everything – by Jeff Keller
Although at first glance you might not think this to be one of my recommended books on financial freedom but attitude is everything if you want to live a successful life.
”Nothing can stop the man with the right mental attitude from achieving his goal
In Attitude is Everything, Jeff Keller shares with us twelve lessons that we can learn to help us improve our attitude about ourselves, our careers, others and how we see the world.
Who Moved my Cheese – by Doctor Spencer Johnson
Who Moved My Cheese is a very short book, and it should only take you about an hour or two to read it. If you want to be rich you need to know how to effectively cope with change in your life, after all going from broke to rich in a few years is no small change. Dr Johnson explains in this very simple, short story, how different people deal with change and how we can learn to deal with it better.
World Wide Web
Another great resource for information on financial freedom or on anything for that matter is the internet. Simply go to Google and type in “Books on financial freedom”. You will find loads of helpful websites, articles and book reviews.
Again I will say it. If you want to learn the principles of financial freedom and learn how to get there one day then you need to read as many books on financial freedom as you can get your hands on. Happy reading and good luck on your journey to wealth.