3 Books To Get Rich

There are a lot of super-helpful professional books for businessmen and entrepreneurs, starting from financials like GAAP and IRS standards to the ITIL books for IT managers. But what about those who are just starting their business journey? Let’s take a look at the 3 best business books to read for beginners!

“Rich dad, poor dad” by Robert Kiyosaki

The main idea of ​​the book: to work only for a salary is the way to nowhere. No matter how much you get, you will always depend on the opinion of the bosses and the state of affairs in the company. In the event of dismissal, crisis or disability, you are left without funds, worse, if also with debts.

This happened with “poor dad” – Kiyosaki’s own father. In the generally accepted sense, he did everything right: he got a good education, took a decent position, bought a house on credit. But the family still experienced financial difficulties, and after his death, “poor dad” left only debts.

But “rich dad” – the father of Kiyosaki’s best friend – made a fortune, mainly by investing in assets, not liabilities. Assets bring money, liabilities require expenses.
For example, owning a house or apartment is a liability. We spend money on loans, housing and communal services, repairs, new furniture, etc. Real estate for rent is an asset. Having invested once, we receive money every month.

Money: Master the Game by Tony Robbins

The book Money Master the game PDF is a kind of guide to achieving financial freedom. It was written by the successful financier Tony Robbins. For this book, he did research and interviews with over 50 dollar millionaires.

This is incredibly valuable information conveyed in simple human language.

The Richest Man in Babylon by George Clason

George Clason’s book “The Richest Man in Babylon” has become very popular among people who want to improve their financial situation. This is not without reason, because it describes the basic laws of wealth and useful recommendations for the correct management of finances.

This book encouraged me to take the first steps towards financial well-being. Namely, start saving part of your income (at least 10%).

After reading, I became more serious about saving money and controlling expenses.