If you ask any of the top billionaire, what’s their success formula is? They all will give the credit to books!
If you’re here reading this, you have a desire to achieve financial freedom or become a billionaire instead! But do reading books really can make anyone rich? Well, yes & for sure, the only thing is the book you read does hold some important values.
Reading mysterious novels or stories will get you nowhere but if you read anything that teaches you in some ways then you can be on the smart way to becoming successful!
And what can be more better than learning from some of the great minds who have achieved such great success on what to read.
Let’s have a look at what the top wealth holders want us to read that changed their lives…
#1. The Power of Your Subconscious Mind
Many books have been written to explain how the Subconscious part of our brain works.
But The Power of Your Subconscious Mind is the most acclaimed and popular work. Since it was published in 1963, millions of people have bought and read it.
Billionaire recommend this book because it reveals the miracles that are not just restricted to the power of healing. But you can also use it to attract money, win friends, experience peace of mind and meet your dream soul mate.
Dr. Murphy the author also outlines the biggest benefit of reading this book which is, you can use your own dreams to find solutions to life’s problems and also to crack complicated issues.
He believes that dreams also serve as warnings on a negative events that are about to happen!
#2. The Power To Compete
The book is all about Japan’s struggles & adaptations which lead it to grow rapidly which once lagged while the United States, China and other nations have surged ahead.
The narration is crafted in the form of a conversation between father and son!
The father is the late Ryoichi Mikitani, once professor of economics at Kobe University, president and chairman of the Japan Society for Monetary Economics. while the son is Hiroshi Mikitani, founder, chairman and chief executive of Rakuten Inc.
Its one of the top recommended book by Bill Gates. As per him the thing to learn here is how a nation who limps along under crushing debt, stifling regulatory schemes and a lack of managerial leadership ends up becoming one of the most innovative nations in the world!
“If you’re as interested in Japan as I am, I think you’ll find that The Power to Compete is a smart and thought-provoking look at the future of a fascinating country.”- Bill Gates
#3. Think & Grow Rich
This book reveals how powerful our imagination is and the importance of tapping into in order to achieve great things.
Here the author Napoleon Hill is trying to explain how we can create anything we can imagine & can achieve as much success as we want to!
Billionaires want you to read this because it covers one of the common attributes of highly successful people, which is the ability to reach decisions quickly and to change them slowly.
They want you to know how Conversely unsuccessful people procrastinate regularly and often take a long time to make a decision and then they change far too quickly.
#4. Rich Dad Poor Dad
It should be the first financial book you read as per me! It’s easy to understand, to the point & pretty interesting.
It summarises the lessons learned from two different perspectives, that of a poor man, and that of a rich man. Drawing on his own experiences, Robert Kiyosaki discusses how to create financial independence through investing, property ownership and building businesses.
The majority of the book is written from the perspective of Robert learning financial principles from his “rich dad” and seeing the mistakes and failures from his “poor dad”.
That’s why Billionaires recommend this book, you can take business lessons & avoid making mistakes without even doing it practically!
#5. The Intelligent Investor
The favorite book of Warren Buffet, The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham is also referred as the bible of the stock market!
It was originally written in 1949 by Benjamin Graham, a legendary investor and also known as the father of value investing.
If you’re interested in investing, there’s no other book that can beat this master. This book is by far the best book on investing ever written.
Investing doesn’t require a stratospheric IQ, unusual business insights, or inside information!
What’s needed is a sound intellectual framework for making decisions and the ability to keep emotions from corroding that framework. This book precisely and clearly prescribes the proper framework.
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