I love reading, have done since I was a child, when I would be hiding under the covers with my torch at night, into the small hours with my latest page turner.
Now a days I read a few pages a day, and listen, listen, listen…great way to access a good book when you have limited time.
So if you are going to add one book to your list this year to boost your money mindset to attracting money in then why not choose from this list of my faves…
I remember being at a networking event talking about what I do, and someone said surely you’ve read T Harv Eker? Nope I said…I’m guessing I should. He preceded to tell me that I was pretty much on his wave length when it comes to organising money and thinking positively! My favourite bit of the book are the 19 mindset flips to help your think “rich”.
A classic this one on how Robert had differing advice on money from his Dad and a friends Dad. He explains how to invest in assets to further your wealth and to create passive income rather than just rely on a pay cheque.
I like this book because it is a straightforward read, full of actionable tips.
I picked up this book in a charity shop whilst hearing a lady telling her son he couldn’t have all the books because they didn’t have enough money. (Read my thoughts on why I don’t agree with this statement in this blog post).
It sounds a bit woo woo the title but actually is a deep dive on the mindset with a sprinkle of practical advice. Great book if you are in the spiritual field and find it difficult to align earning well with sharing your gifts.
I’m sure you have probably read it but if not then the essential premise is we get what we focus on. Learn how to think differently for your own abundance.
Not a book to read but for just for you to use. I love Moleskin notebooks, they are fabulous quality and make me feel first class when I use them. I use mine for tracking my income and value on a daily basis – it’s really important to acknowledge and give thanks for everything that comes into your life if you want more.
I’m also just getting into Amazon audible. Really useful if you are short of time to actually read like me, but have time when you are doing stuff and could be listening too. (Dead of the night feeding the little one for me!)
Let me know if there is anything else you have read that you have found inspiring – whether about money or not! I’d love to know.
P.P.S If you click on one of the links above I may earn a small fee from Amazon, but it does not change the cost of your item at all. I also ONLY recommend products that I have actually used and enjoyed!