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Best Finance Book Of All Time
Research shows that 88% of wealthy people devote at least 30 minutes a day to reading. If it works for them, it could work for you. For the majority of people, books are part of their everyday life. A book is like a best friend who will never walk away from you. You start out with that 15 to 20 minutes of reading every day, and the next thing you know you’ll be doing an hour a day because you’ll be so excited about all the information that you’re learning.
Below, we’ve rounded up 12 best finance books. These are the best finance or money books of all time to help you get out of the rat race of debt and achieve the wealth that you truly deserve. These best get rich books of all time teach you that mastering your money has more to do with mindset and overcoming psychological barriers than anything else, and they teach you how to start thinking your way to success. A person is limited in what they can accomplish without good reading and comprehension skills. Anyone who wants to learn the art of money making and getting success must read these best finance books of all time.
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Sweeping changes in the nation’s demographic makeup will have profound effects on the nation’s housing industry, according to “Big Shifts Ahead: Demographic Clarity for Businesses,” a new book by authors John Burns and Chris Porter.
They argue that broad demographic shifts will reshape housing in America in the next decade, creating new opportunities for businesses of all kinds. Rising numbers of female executives, affluent immigrants, growing numbers of younger and older workers and a ballooning retiree population will have a profound influence on residential real estate in the U.S. over the next 10 years, according to Burns and Porter.
Time management is an issue for many on both a personal and professional level. Author Brian Tracy makes it clear that the important piece of time management and prioritizing is not completing every task (because you never will!) but rather finding the most challenging tasks and getting those done first.
The title of the book comes from an old Mark Twain quote, saying that if the first thing you do is eat a frog, you will do nothing worse the rest of the day. Tracy likens the frog in this quote to the main priority that must be completed each day. And if there are two equally-important tasks, eat the uglier frog, or complete the task that seems most daunting or difficult first.
Once “the frog” has been eaten, the rest of the day will run much smoother.
There are literally thousands of books on real estate investing. I myself have one of the largest collections of them known to mankind! But seriously now, I do own a rather large bookshelf jammed full of real estate books, tapes, CDs and DVDs.
So I thought I would share my top 10 real estate investing books with you. That’s not to say that I only have 10 favorites, because I could easily add another 10. But for those of you looking for some good book recommendations they are: