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5 Books To Prepare You For A Wealthy Life




Who doesn’t want a wealthy and prosperous life? But the fact is that only a few percent of people in the world have been able to achieve the level of immense wealth and abundance. This article is not about those born with a silver spoon in their mouth, this is about the ones who aspire to become rich through their willpower, habits, mindset, and practical actions towards a wealthy life.

Let’s see how an average person can get prosperous with the power of mindset rather than with financial assets

Rich isn’t an amount of money, it’s a mindset about how you live. If you believe you can win, you can. 

Dave Ramsey

  1. How Rich People Think

This book is the result of the untiring efforts of Steve Siebold for 30 years. In this time, he interviewed 1000 millionaires and billionaires and understood what made their mindset and strategies towards life different from an average person. 

This book is an asset for aspiring and ambitious individuals who want to shape their lives in a way that could attract wealth and prosperity.

Commit to investing at least an hour per day studying subjects that will help you move closer toward your ultimate vision. – Steve Siebold

  1. Rich Dad, Poor Dad

In this book, the author Robert T. Kiyosaki emphasizes the perception that it is not necessary to remain poor if you are born to a poor father. Everyone can carve their destiny towards wealth if they follow some life lessons.

The lessons that he discusses in the book are summarized as:

Lesson 1: The rich don’t work for money

Lesson 2: To become financially free, learn financial literacy

Lesson 3: Mind your own business

Lesson 4: Study the history of taxes and the power of corporations 

Lesson 5: The rich invent money

Lesson 6: To become financially free, work to learn – don’t work for money

My poor dad often said, “I’d rather be happy than rich”. My rich dad said, “why not be both?” Robert T. Kiyosaki 

  1. The Richest Man in Babylon

Written in 1926, this book is considered a classic self-help book for financial guidance. The author George S. Clason uses 4000 years old financial advice from the wealthiest people of the Babylonian Empire. He considers those methods to be still relevant in the modern age with a slight difference in the strategies.

This book is still in print in is a classic financial advice document that makes a person understand how to manage their finances and assets to multiply them manifold.

The first copper you save is the seed from which your tree of wealth will grow.  -George S. Clason

  1. The Science of Getting Rich

The author Wallace D. Wattles focuses on the power of achievement and goal-setting mindset that he believes will bring wealth and prosperity to a person. He also emphasizes the change of habits and daily routines that attract prosperity towards a person.

This book was the inspiration for Rhonda Byrne’s “The Secret”, a book on the power of the law of attraction to gain anything you want in life.

Begin to do small things in a great way. You must put the whole power of your great soul into every act. – Wallace D. Wattles

  1. Screw It, Let’s Do It: Lessons in Life

The famous entrepreneur and a self-made billionaire, Richard Branson shares the life lessons he learned on the way towards success. He tells about the practical things and life experiences that prepared him for wealth and shaped his personality to attract wealth. This book is an interesting read for aspiring individuals who are intent on becoming rich.

Screw it, let’s do it – just get on with it and do it. – Richard Branson 

Wealth is something that can be achieved through the power of the mind and daily habits. Even if a person is not born rich, they can still become one through life lessons given by successful people as mentioned above.


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