Books to read
The simple path to wealth
By J L Collins
“In the dark, bewildering, trap-infested jungle of misinformation and opaque riddles that is the world of investment, JL Collins is the fatherly wizard on the side of the path, offering a simple map, warm words of encouragement and the tools to forge your way through with confidence. You'll never find a wiser advisor with a bigger heart.”
One of my highest recommend books for beginners to read. Creating wealth can be simply and this book breaks it down beautifully.
Rich Dad Poor Dad
By Robert Kiyosaki
Rich Dad Poor Dad is Robert's story of growing up with two dads — his real father and the father of his best friend, his rich dad — and the ways in which both men shaped his thoughts about money and investing. The book explodes the myth that you need to earn a high income to be rich and explains the difference between working for money and having your money work for you.
By David Sawyer
RESET: How to Restart Your Life and Get F.U. Money is his first book. Sawyer is not a guru. He's a middle-aged family guy who woke up one day wondering "is there another way?" Six years later, the result is RESET – “the unconventional early retirement guide for midlife professionals who want to be happy” that will wipe the windscreen of life so you can see again.
Think & Grow Rich
By Napoleon Hill
Unlike most versions of Napoleon Hill's famous book, this edition restores his masterpiece to its original form and intent. It includes essential material on how to thrive in challenging economic times that was taken out of later versions but is incredibly relevant today. This is the only edition of Think and Grow Rich! that is fully annotated and indexed, providing key details about Dr. Hill's life and times, his lifelong research, and the leaders of business and industry he studied to glean the invaluable principles of success you'll discover here.