It is important to keep educate yourself and read books. Stephen Covey calls it Sharpen the saw.
To do this, I follow seminars and/or webinars, read books and blog posts from fellow DGI’s. This to gain new insights and of course learn something new.
A while ago, I stumbled upon a very nice quote, which sums it up quite nice:
You will be the same person in five years as you are today except for the people you meet and the books you read
I read a lot of books, all kind of books. From biographies, management books to of course financial books. I really enjoy reading. This joy I hope to give to my kids! Reading books opens up a whole new life and you enrich yourself with new knowledge. What a great gift!
I will share my reviews with you, my readers. This to keep the snowball of knowledge rolling.
On this page you will find links to my post about great books and articles.
Below each book you’ll find two possible ways to buy these great books. Bol.com for my Dutch friends and Amazon.com for my international friends.
The richest Man in Babylon – George S. Clason
Rich Dad Poor Dad – By Robert Kiyosaki
How to Retire Early – By Robert and Robin Charlton
The little Book of Big Dividends – By Charles B. Carlson
Dividend Still Don’t lie – By Kelley Wright
The Warren Buffetts Next Door – By Matthew Schifrin
The little book that builds wealth – By Pat Dorsey
The Snowball Effect – By Timothy McIntosch
The Automatic Millionaire – by David Bach
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Rich Habits – by Thomas C. Corley