The Lucky Bitch book by Denise-Duffield Thomas has had a recent revamp. Its available in audible too for you junkies out there (myself included!). Its a fascinating read (or listen), and I highly recommend you give it a go so you can get to the bottom of your money-blocks and clear them out for good!
The Wealth Chef by Ann Wilson – great for all round money management and gives clear explanations and advice for what to do with your money. Comes with a fun free 30-day money challenge!
Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki – great introduction to assets vs. liabilities. You need to buy more books to get more information though.
Secrets of the Millionaire Mind by T. Harv Eker – very cheesy, but effective. Gives some great insights in how to get your mindset working for wealth.
Nice Girls Don’t Get Rich by Lois P. Frankel – very relevant information for women. How many of the mistakes she mentions have you made? I’ve made plenty of them!
The Millionaire Next Door by Thomas J Stanley and William D. Danko – really opened my eyes about what it takes to get your finances in order. I’m not suggesting you must be a millionaire, but to make the changes YOU MUST MAKE to get your retirement fund in place, you need to see what these guys have to say. Quite old now, American based so some bits not so relevant to other countries, but the overall message is.
Mind over Money by Claudia Hammond – some great nuggets on the psychology of money and why we make stupid mistakes sometimes!
Get Rich Lucky Bitch by Denise Duffield-Thomas – brilliant for mindset work around money. Its a different version to the book liste at the top, and talks more about practical ways you can manifest more of the good stuff into your life. Its really easy and fun to read!
Investing for Dummies by Tony Levene – if you have time, delve into this lengthy book which talks about investing from a beginners perspective.
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