Everyone wants to be successful but there may be different forms of success. There is no universal standard for success but there are some ways you can do to achieve your own version of success. You need to arm yourself with wisdom by reading books about how to be successful. You can follow the footsteps of other successful individuals or you can take some of their tips that might be applicable in your case. We know that there are so many books on the market which is why we’ve narrowed down the list for you. Here are some books about how to be successful.
This bestseller outlined the top traits that most successful people possess. Success here is defined as someone who is extremely wealthy. This book interviewed a lot of individuals whose net worth were at least a million dollars. Their findings revealed seven nuanced traits that these people possess. They have made certain calls in their lives that led them to their success. You can read this book and follow their advice, from where you should live to what investments you should make.
Rich Dad Poor Dad: What the Rich Teach Their Kids About Money That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not! By Robert T. Kiyosaki
This book is a notable read in the finance world. It narrates the author’s story as he was growing up. He grew up with two fathers – his biological father and another richer man whom he views as his best friend. He got a glimpse of both worlds and had a lot of insights about it. He learned tips and tricks in the money-making field. He also learned how to work ethically and how to prioritize your family over everything. In conclusion, the author compared the difference between working hard to earn money and having your money work for you.
The Intelligent Investor: The Definitive Book on Value Investing. A Book of Practical Counsel (Revised Edition) (Collins Business Essentials) by Benjamin Graham
This is a unique take on the world of investments. Most books will teach you how to invest for maximum profit. This book will teach you how to invest smartly by minimizing the risk. It is all about being careful and assessing which steps are worth the risk. This is a very practical and insightful book. It is perfect for individuals who do not have “buffer incomes” or those who cannot afford to fail at investments. This book is actually described as “vital and indispensable” because it is full of practical insights that you can actually apply in this world, especially if you’re a member of the middle class.