It also takes into account the less appealing aspects of growing as a successful entrepreneur through trial and error learning. Reading books on business and finances could speed up your learning process and give you useful knowledge. What are you waiting for? Share your thoughts with us at the Business Advice Write For Us category.
Some of them are-
- The Little Book That Beats The Market by Joel Greenblatt
Investor legend Joel Greenblatt is one of them. His investment company, Gotham Funds, saw annual returns of above 40% from 1986 through 2006. Joel has been successful in converting Benjamin Graham’s value investing approach into a method that just requires annual updating. In order to gift it to his children, he recorded it in 2005. If you’re looking for a precise, hassle-free investment approach, this is your best choice.
- Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki
Despite the controversy surrounding this book, it is incredibly effective at spurring readers to action. It is based in part on the biography of Robert Kiyosaki, who learned two different methods for handling money from his father and best friend. The lessons cover a wide range of topics, such as how to conceptualise money, basic accounting concepts, budgeting, investing, and how to manage your money so it works for you. You’ll look forward to using the advice by the conclusion of the tale.
- The Millionaire Fastlane by MJ DeMarco
This book’s title has to be the most misleading ever. It’s not at all a scheme to get money quickly. Instead, it is a story of grit, audacity, taking chances, and innovation. MJ DeMarco knew he wanted to be wealthy but didn’t want to work for 40 years to get there when he was a teenager after seeing a man driving a Lamborghini. He started his own company, built it up, sold it, and then bought it again. He then retired at age 33 and amassed a fortune. An inspiring read!
- The Barefoot Investor by Scott Pape
Scott Pape is the most renowned expert on personal finance in Australia. More than 1,000,000 copies of his book have been sold. Pape was born and reared on a farm, but he wanted to make money by trading stocks. That didn’t go the way I had hoped. He went back to his farm and now equates frugality with money management. The three stages of taking control—planting, growing, and harvesting your money—are covered in the book. He strikes a balance between cautious advice and straightforward recommendations. A great book for beginning readers.
- Money: Master The Game by Tony Robbins
For eleven years, Tony Robbins worked on this book. In the wake of the 2008 financial catastrophe, he decided to help ordinary people secure a bright future. After interacting with a number of wealthy financial figures, including Ray Dalio, Warren Buffett, and Jack Bogle, he put together their best strategies. The book covers a wide range of topics, including asset allocation, money-saving tips, and mentality modifications. Even without the interview transcripts, the book is worth its price.