Creating wealth is more of a mindset issue than a background issue. As a mind thinketh, so is he  says the old proverb from the Holy Bible.


Here are three books you can read that would change the way you think about money.

1)Rich Dad, Poor Dad: Written by Robert T. Kiyosaki and Sharon L. Leshter, this book was published in 1997 and since than, have sold millions of copies.

It shares the insightful non-formal  money education Robert T. Kiyokaki received  from his own dad who happens to be the poor dad and his his friends father who is the rich dad.  The book is clear on the importance of financial literacy, how to view work to enable it yield it desired wealth returns, money investment, limiting mindset of the poor and  canter mindset that creates wealth.  It is an easy read. Teenager, youth and adult can read this book and appreciate it as the language isn’t technical.


2) If you want to be rich and happy, don’t go to school: Written by Robert T. Kiyosaki with Hal Zina Bennett, this book demystifies the failing glory of the academic mindset. Though, it does not discourage any to become a school dropout, it however does show us the limiting mindset of believing every thing school said about getting rich. It teaches you to become flexible and find creative ways to solve problems that would bring wealth in the end.



3)The Secret Of The Millionaires Mind: Written by   Heck is T. Harv Eker in the 2005, The Secret Of The Millionaires mind is one great piratical book to read if learning to act like a millionaire and speak like one is an issue. Looks like a little book, but it is very informative.



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