The Next Millionaire Next Door by Thomas J. Stanley

The Next Millionaire Next Door, written by Thomas J. Stanley, is a powerful exploration of the power of financial success. In the book, Stanley draws from the experiences of the millionaires living next door to make an argument for how anyone, regardless of their current financial situation, can achieve financial stability.

 Get Money by Kristin Wong Book Summary

From the basics of budgeting and understanding credit reports to more sophisticated options such as investing and retirement, there are a variety of paths and techniques you can use to get your finances on track. Though financial planning may seem intimidating, these strategies can be implemented by anyone, regardless of experience.

Your Money and Your Brain by Jason Zweig

With the rise of advanced technology, our lives have become increasingly reliant on digital information and the ability to access it quickly and with ease. As the financial landscape changes, it’s important to be aware of how to manage your money and maximize its potential.

Worth It Your Life, Your Money, Your Terms

Worth It, provides readers with the answer and a path to making their dreams come true. The book is based on her life journey and focuses on creating financial freedom and success. Steinberg shares her insights and advice, giving readers the tools and strategies to pursue their passions and create a life of purpose.

Mindful Money by Jonathan K. Deyoe

Mindful Money, by Jonathan K. Deyoe, is a book that provides an in-depth exploration of the economic and psychological aspects of money. It examines how our understanding of money influences our decisions and behaviors, as well as how it shapes our relationships with others.

The Black Swan by Nassim Nicholas Taleb

This is an acclaimed and highly influential book that explains how unpredictable events can have a major impact on our lives. he argues that many times these unexpected occurrences are often seen as an outlier, however, if we pay attention to them, we can better anticipate the future and protect ourselves from potential disasters.