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Reading List

I once had a colleague turn to me and say, “for all the books you read and seminars you go to, we’re still both sitting next to each other here…”

What can you possibly say to that? In this case, I can only defer to great information that I’ve read in these books: “Getting your finances and investing in order is like starting a freight train. At first, it takes a lot of effort and energy to move it the first few inches. After a while though, once it’s up to speed and moving down the track there’s almost nothing that could stop it.”

Here is a list of the non-fiction business books that I have read over the past few years. If you see a link then there is a review. If not, then I’m in progress! Also, if you have any questions about any of the books below, please let me know and I’ll try to get back to you.

The List
Smart Couples Finish Rich – Bach
The 4-Hour Work Week – Timothy Ferriss
The Wealthy Barber – Chilton
It’s All Too Much – Peter Walsh
Now, Discover Your Strengths – Marcus Buckingham
The Millionaire Maker: Act, Think, and Make Money the Way the Wealthy Do – Loral Langemeier
The Success Principals – Jack Canfield
The Medici Effect – Frans Johansson
Now, Discover Your Sales Strengths – Marcus Buckingham
The One Thing You Need To Know – Marcus Buckingham
Go, Put Your Strengths To Work – Marcus Buckingham
Execution – Larry Bossidy, Ram Charan
Rules For Renegades – Christine Comaford-Lynch
The Rockefeller Habits – Vern Harnish
The ABCs of Real Estate Investing – Ken McElroy
The Young Fabulous and Broke – Suze Orman
The 5 Dysfunctions of a Team – Patrick Lencioni
Where Have All the Leaders Gone – Lee Iaccoca
Psychology of Influence – Robert Cialdinni
It’s Not How Good You Are, It’s How Good You Want to Be – Paul Arden
Sales Bible – Geoffrey Gitomer
Big Game Hunters and Closers – Alice Wheaton
Investing For Dummies – Dummies Guides
Nickle and Dimed – Barbara Ehrenreich
Blink – Malcolm Gladwell
Revolutionary Wealth – Alvin Toffler
Never Eat Alone – Keith Ferrazzi
How To Wow – Frances Cole Jones
Little Red Book of Selling – Geoffrey Gitomer
Rule #1 – Phil Town

The Intelligent Investor – Benjamin Graham
Working Less, Earning More – Jeff Cohen
How Full Is your Bucket – Roth
The Tipping Point – Malcolm Gladwell
Raving Fans – Ken Blanchard
The Answer – John Assaraf
Eat This Not That – Zinczenko
Life’s Golden Ticket – Brendon Burchard
Getting Started In Hedge Funds
What Your Customer Wants You To Know – Ram Charan
Harmonic Wealth – James Aurthur Ray
One Minute Millionaire – Robert G Allen

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