Lift Credit’s Summer Reading List

Kyle Crowe

June 22nd, 2016 | Posted in General
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We believe that one of the best ways to learn and improve is through reading. That’s why we’ve created a summer reading list of our top recommendations for self help & financial improvement!

Magic of Thinking Big by David J. Schwartz: If you seem to be struggling with your finances, maybe you just aren’t thinking big enough yet. This is a book with more than just abstract ideas of how to improve, but rather practical principals. The preface says, “In every chapter of this book you will find dozens of hardheaded, practical ideas, techniques, and principles that will enable you to harness the tremendous power of thinking big.” Start thinking bigger with this book!

Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki: This book is often referred to as the #1 personal finance book of all time and we agree! Robert talks about the two father figures he had while growing up; his real father who he refers to as his ‘poor dad’ and his ‘rich dad’ who was his best friends father who mentored him. He explores the differences between the two and the financial lessons that he learned from them over the years. This book will help you understand that you don’t have to make a lot of money to become rich.

The Millionaire Next Door by Thomas J. Stanley Ph.D.– Thomas Stanley goes into depth about how some of the wealthiest american’s don’t necessarily live in the richest areas of the world or act like celebrities. The wealthiest american’s could be your next door neighbor! This book examines America’s richest people and the behaviors they share. If you are interested in learning what qualities these successful americans have, this book is for you!

As A Man Thinketh by James Allen: This short book is an older classic yet inspirational book that is still often quoted today. It discusses the importance of what and how we think as well as the consequences of our thoughts. Change your life by changing your thoughts.

 

 

 

Our hope is that you can learn something from these books and improve your personal life and financial situation by putting their principles into play.