Book recommendations ………

When I started out in property learning I was given so many recommendations for books.  Its hard to see through the volume and of course everyone likes different styles and have different needs. I would like to share with you some non-property books, which have been very helpful in my property journey, and I am sure you’ll find one or two that might be helpful for you at the moment

Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
This is a real classic for anyone who wants to achieve more in their life.
Although the book was written in 1937 and some of the language seems
rather old, the concepts are still as valid as ever. Found this useful for basic principles when I started out.
Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki 
This book is about the author’s personal story and helps you distinguish between assets, liabilities, understanding about cashflow and the importance of investing and entrepreneurship in taking control of your financial future. Helps with mindset.  Wish they’d taught this in school!
The Restless Executive by Jo Simpson
Don’t be fooled by the title this is not just for executives but anyone who
wants to discover their core values, their key drivers and what motivates
them. Written as a story I am sure you will gain a huge amount by reading
this inspiring book.
Take the Stairs by Rory Vaden
I love this book which helps you understand the importance of doing the
things that we know we should do but don’t really want to do. Packed full
of valuable information which will help you be more productive.
Eat that Frog by Brian Tracy
This book will help you get the most important things done.
Brian Tracy is a prolific author of success books but this is a great one to start with – especially if you’re balancing a job and learning too.
We all have too much to do and this book will help you focus on the right things first.
The Compound Effect by Darren Hardy
Another fantastic book which explains how the small things we do
consistently each day can have a huge impact on our future. This is a great
philosophy which is also very appropriate for your property investing.


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