5 Books Everyone Needs to Read to Get Rich

These books right here have changed my life. No seriously..rocked my world and totally changed things for me. If you’re ready to turn your life upside down, give it a good shaking out, and start living in full alignment with your highest self (AND start making the money that you desire!) get your hands on these!

Ask and It Is Given: Learning to Manifest Your Desires

By: Esther & Jerry Hicks

This is an excellent starter book. Well-written and not hellishly long, it talks all about the Law of Attraction in depth and how to manifest what you want into your life.

The Freak Factor is super high: co-author Esther Hicks was your average housewife until she suddenly started channeling this spirit named Abraham. The book, and all her work, contains the teachings of this dude Abraham, but his stuff is good AND Esther is pretty entertaining in her live recordings, although the book is more straightforward. First half is teachings; second half is to-do’s.

Think and Grow Rich

By Napoleon Hill

This may be the very best wealth consciousness book ever!

This is an old book, but don’t let that dissuade you. Napoleon Hill interviewed the most successful businessmen at the time to gather the information for this incredible, how-to guide. I read this book over and over, too. It’s very to the point, a total ass-kicker, and breaks everything down into simple, easy-to-follow instructions. Do what he says (and really do all of it) and you will be large and in charge.

You Are a Badass at Making Money

By Jen Sincero

Get ready to laugh your ass off, seriously. Not all personal development books are created equal and Jen Sincero does a remarkable job of getting straight to the point with tons of easy to follow steps and fun exercises to whoop your financial and business life into shape. This is a great one to listen to as an audiobook!

The Having: The Secret Art of Feeling and Growing Rich

By Jooyun Hong and Suh Yoon Lee

Suh Yoon Lee had been a sought after guru to the wealthy businessmen of South Korea since she was in her teens. So when Wharton MBA grad, Jooyun Hong went to interview this financial advisor to Korea’s 1% she did not expect to be learning about using feelings and emotions to build wealth. This is an easy read with SO MUCH VALUE. Implement, implement, implement and you will see massive shifts in your life too.

Losing My Virginity: How I Survived, Had Fun, and Made a Fortune Doing Business My Way

By: Richard Branson

This is an awesome read—I devoured the whole thing in one sitting. Richard Branson, founder of Virgin Records and Virgin Airlines, is a maniac and one of the most inspiring people on two legs as far as I’m concerned.

The book details his life from when he started his little record shop to becoming one of the most famous and radical entrepreneurs who went on to buy his own island and fly hot air balloons over the ocean in the jet stream. I would like very much to party with this guy.

IMPORTANT BIOGRAPHY NOTE: I’ve listed Richard Branson’s biography because it’s one of my favorites, but pretty much any biography/autobiography about the people you personally find inspiring is totally worth reading. I strongly suggest you actually take the time to read books about the people who light you up, because it’s one of the best ways to get inspired to change your life.

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