Before setting the saga for being a millionaire, one must have a deep knowledge regarding the road they have chosen. It’s not about the neck breaking IQ or highest degree a person possess, but a deep insight regarding the field of operation, which will streamline cash flow. There is always a heartbeat for business, it’s not necessary everybody would feel it, but it’s easy to grab the essential from words compiled by those who already did. Here are books that would sprinkle ideas and pave steps on your journey to being a millionaire.
‘Things Hidden Since the Foundation of the World’ by René Girard
A book that gives that juggles with human behavioral science and speaks how the inner system works in business. Peter Thiel, co-founder of PayPal testifies that Girard’s words have influenced him most than any other books he read. The ideas pulled out off the book shall be seen live in Silicon Valley!
‘The Millionaire Next Door’ by William Danko and Thomas Stanley
The authors did a good homework in understanding how the system works for a millionaire. Their in-depth observations give 7 crucial steps by which an American becomes a Millionaire. Many investment ideas are suggested in the book, which made it a business guide for most.
‘The Innovator’s Dilemma’ by Clayton Christensen
An important thought that draws an obscure picture of truth is what one would find in Christensen’s book. The late Steve Jobs once said that he was by inspired by the observations and thoughts shared in the book. One major argument that ‘a company fail when it is unable to keep innovated and moving as required by their customers’ did become a hard truth later!
‘Rich Dad, Poor Dad’ by Robert T Kiyosaki
Anytime stunner hit ‘Rich Dad, Poor Dad’ plots the life of two fathers where the college drop-out dad treks in wealth peak whereas another well-educated yet remains a poor man. The book would point out many key factors that would help a person start from very young age.
‘The Richest Man in Babylon’ by George S Clason
One of the bestseller in the past century, this books talks about gaining the personal wealth. Also, the Clason’s observation and ideas for increasing the worth, in fact, did generate a fortune for many. There are so-called secrets of wealth in this book, which makes it a curious biter.