Guest Author - Sharon Michaels
A well written financial book will not only be an interesting read but also a powerful way to pave the road to greater financial freedom. These books make great gifts for holidays, graduations or birthdays. Here are summaries for my pick of the top five abundance and wealth-building books.
1. Women and Money – Suze Orman
How many of us wish we had a better grip on our personal finances? If you’re like me, maybe you’ll be as fascinated by the title as I was, Women and Money: Owning the Power to Control Your Destiny. This sounded like something I could find very interesting – money, power and my destiny.
I was immediately impressed with how well Suze wrote for her target audience. It was as if good girlfriends were having a cup of coffee and a heart-to-heart talk. Here’s a direct link to my complete review: Women and Money
2. Secrets of the Millionaire Mind – T. Harv Eker
Have you ever wondered why some people become millionaires and some people just can’t seem to dig out of their financial rut? Secrets of the Millionaire Mind by T. Harv Eker may just help you answer that question.
Harv Eker writes to us, the readers, knowing that if we aren’t where we want to be financially then we’re sabotaging success and wealth from a much deeper subconscious level. He likens it to having an “inner thermostat” that’s set for reaching only a certain level of success and money. Here’s a direct link to my complete review: Secrets of the Millionaire Mind
3. The Six-Day Financial Makeover – Robert Pagliarini
Are you ready to get your financial house in order? Are you ready to find an exciting financial vision for the future?
The Six-Day Financial Makeover is thorough – probably one of the most thorough personal finance books I’ve ever read. Robert’s advice is logical and sequential. He begins at the beginning and takes you step-by-step through a very workable financial action plan. I highly recommend. Here’s a direct link to my complete review: The Six-Day Financial Makeover
4. Think and Grow Rich – Napoleon Hill
Who hasn’t heard of the classic book, Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill?
Napoleon Hill discovered that the human mind is our greatest wealth-building ally. Most people, he concluded, were “afraid” of poverty. They literally were programming their mind to be and stay poor. Hill concluded that most of us focus energy on not being poor instead of becoming wealthy. Here’s a direct link to my complete review: Think and Grow Rich
5. Smart Women Finish Rich – David Bach
If you’re ready to get serious about your financial future, this may be just the right book for you. Smart Women Finish Rich is a bit different from other financial books I’ve read. I have to admit I was surprised with how well David Bach addressed both the emotional and intellectual relationship women have with money.
This book is more for a financial beginner than a woman with financial savvy. It’s a well thought out system of gaining and keeping control of your financial self-sufficiency. Here’s a direct link to my complete review: Smart Women Finish Rich
6. Your Guide To Using A Financial Advisor – Sharon Michaels
Okay, I tucked a sixth book in this list - my downloadable EBook.
Choosing to work with a financial advisor is an extremely important decision. It should be a relationship built upon mutual respect and trust. The role of a financial advisor is to increase your net worth and help you reach your long-term financial goals. Your role is to choose wisely and prepare yourself to work effectively with your advisor.
You’ll find 31 pages of real world and hands-on “how-tos” to support your financial success for $2.50. Here’s a direct link to my EBook: Your Guide To Using A Financial Advisor
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