Business and Finance Books


Nothing is more exhilarating than launching your own little business. You are physically pursuing your ambition and in charge of your own destiny in addition to being your own boss. However, the excitement of starting a business and achieving financial freedom are only part of the road to successful entrepreneurship. You can share your views at the Write For Us Business and Finance category. 

Best Books

They are- 

Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki

Although this book is divisive, it simply works when it comes to motivating you to take action. It is partially based on the life of Kiyosaki, who discovered two distinct approaches to managing money from his father and his best friend. The lessons cover a variety of topics, including how to think about money conceptually, fundamental concepts in accounting, budgeting, and investing, as well as how to manage your money so it works for you. By the time the story is over, you'll enjoy using the advice.

Money: Master The Game by Tony Robbins 

Tony Robbins worked on this book for eleven years. He made the decision to aid common people in securing a bright future in the wake of the 2008 financial crisis. He assembled their greatest tactics after speaking with various rich financial luminaries, including Ray Dalio, Warren Buffett, and Jack Bogle. Everything from mentality shifts to money-saving advice to asset allocation is covered in the book. The interview transcripts alone are worth the cost of the book. 

The Barefoot Investor by Scott Pape

Australia's most respected authority on personal finance is Scott Pape. He's sold more than 1,000,000 copies of his book. Even though Pape was raised on a farm, he desired to become wealthy through stock trading. That didn't go as planned. He returned to his farm and now compares living simply to managing your finances. The book teaches you how to take charge in three stages: planting, growing, and harvesting your cash. He strikes a mix between conservative counsel and simple suggestions. A fantastic book for new readers. 

The Little Book That Beats The Market by Joel Greenblatt

Joel Greenblatt is a legendary investor. From 1986 until 2006, his investing firm Gotham Funds experienced an annual return of above 40%. Joel has succeeded in making Benjamin Graham's value investing strategy into a system that only needs to be updated once a year using a straightforward formula. He recorded it in 2005 so he could give it to his kids. This is your best option if you're seeking a precise, hassle-free investment strategy. 

The Millionaire Fastlane by MJ DeMarco

The title of this book must be the most deceptive ever. It's not at all a get-rich-quick plan. Instead, it is a tale of tenacity, audacity, risk-taking, and creative thinking. When MJ DeMarco was a teenager, he saw a man driving a Lamborghini and knew he wanted to be wealthy but didn't want to work for 40 years to get there. He founded, sold, and then repurchased his own business before retiring at age 33 and becoming a multi-millionaire. A motivating read! 

The Bottom Line

It also incorporates the less desirable aspects of learning through trial and error as you develop into a prosperous entrepreneur. Books on business and money might help you learn more quickly and provide you with insightful information.