Reply To: Book Recommendations
Hey everyone! Here are the books that we recommend related to money …
You’ve heard us talk about Money, A Love Story by Kate Northrup because it’s our absolute favorite book about money, so we definitely recommend checking this one out. I really encourage you to work through the exercises she gives you in the book — they’re a really powerful way to get more conscious about your relationship with money.
Here are a couple of other books you may want to check out:
Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki: This book will absolutely change your mindset about money and help you define your definition of wealth (and learn how to actually get it). Plus, it’s actually an entertaining read — which is saying a lot for a book about finances! The Cashflow Quadrant, which we mentioned in the Week 3 video, came from this book.
Money: Master the Game by Tony Robbins: This book is a must-read if you’re interested in the “Investment” quadrant of the Cashflow Quadrant. It’s really everything you need to know to get into the investment game, even if you don’t have a ton of money to spare.
Also, Barbara Stanny is a brilliant financial expert that you may want to check out. She’s written great books like Overcoming Underearning and Sacred Success.
A few more recommendations:
If you’re interested in investing, but want to do it in a super low-key, low-risk way, Acorns is a great entry point for investing. It’s set up to invest the leftover spare change from each transaction you make on your debit/credit card, so it makes investing easy, accessible, and automated.
You Need a Budget is another great tool for getting super intentional about where your money is going. It’s a unique budgeting platform because, instead of having a static budget each month, it allows you to allocate money as it comes in. So every time you get paid, you can assign each dollar a “job” and make your money really work for you.