Rich people have small TVs and big libraries & poor people have small libraries and big TVs

Becoming wealthy takes a combination of luck, skill, patience, decision and some good reading too. You have to be at least a little lucky; you build on that luck with your skillful decisions, and then you continue weathering the storm as your wealth grows. There’s no reason to lie to you: getting rich isn’t easy, but with a little bit of perseverance and the right information, it’s definitely possible.

The journey to get wealthy may require certain tools. Although many seem to ignore this, books can help you build your mind, zeal and knowledge to become successful and wealthy. So welcome aboard and enjoy the journey to wealthy you with these awesome books! Get them all.

“Rich people have small TVs and big libraries, and poor people have small libraries and big TVs.”
― Zig Ziglar

One | The Prosperity Factor: How to Achieve Unlimited Wealth in Every Area of Your Life

The Prosperity Factor is a collection of stories from people all around the world who have attracted prosperity, abundance, and wealth into their lives. They join with bestselling authors, Joe Vitale and Dan Lok, as they share their stories, secrets, and life lessons on the path toward abundance, wealth, happiness, and financial freedom. It’s your personal guide to achieving unlimited wealth in every area of your life. Join Joe Vitale, author of The Attractor Factor and star of the hit movie, The Secret, and learn how to apply the Law of Attraction and the power of positive thinking in your life to start attracting more income, a new career, better health, or loving relationships.

The Prosperity Factor contains more than 50 life changing chapters including: Prosperity Attraction Made Easy: A Simple Way to Eliminate Doubts & Excuses The 6-Run Ladder of Wealth Gratitude and Big Dreams, The Foundation of Prosperity Destiny by You Money and Beliefs: Why Do You Settle for Less? Forward-In-Faith Be Your Authentic Self No Matter Where You Are How I Discovered the Secret to Explode the Full Power of the Law of Attraction You Were Born to Be Healthy Wealth from The Inside Out The Soul of Language Prosperity and The Body, Mind & Spirit Connection The Gifted Heart Overcoming Adversity The Prosperity Factor is your guide to fully embracing the life that you want to live.

If you’re ready for a major shift in your energy, mindset, and financial wellbeing, The Prosperity Factor offers new stories, explains new process, and shares simple steps that you can start taking today.”

Two | 31 Days of Living Well and Spending Zero: Freeze Your Spending. Change Your Life.

What if there was a simple resource that offered a month of daily challenges for spending not just less, but absolutely ZERO. What if you could gain confidence from daily ideas for planning your meals, getting your home in order, and becoming more creative-all without spending a dime?

31 Days of Living Well & Spending Zero is that resource. As you work through the ideas found in month-long challenge, you will: Discover the surprising joy of zero spending, and make instant changes that will totally transform your attitude. — Learn how to use the food you already have on hand to create delicious, budget friendly meals for your family. — Be inspired to clean and declutter your living space in order to create the cozy space you’ve always dreamed of. — Gather innovative ideas for using those items you already have on hand to create new solutions for old problems. — Find encouragement and inspiration from others who have completed this same challenge-and lived to tell the tale. — Learn simple tricks and tips for selling your stuff, slashing your bills, and even saving on food.

Three | Living Well, Spending Less: 12 Secrets of the Good Life

* Discover your “sweet spot” — that place where your talents and abilities intersect.

* Take back your time and schedule by making simple shifts in your daily habits.

* Reduce stress in your home and family by clearing out the clutter.

* Stop busting your budget and learn to cut your grocery bill in half.

Who Needs This Book?

Living Well, Spending Lesswas written to bring hope and encouragement to every woman who currently feels overwhelmed or stressed with a life — and budget — that feels out of control. It speaks to the mom trying to juggle all the demands of a busy life with the pressure to keep up with those around her. It is a practical guide for those of us who often long to pull ourselves together but don’t always know how. It is real, honest, packed with practical tips, and speaks to the heart of the matter — how can we live the life we’ve always wanted? Want to know if this book is for you?

* Do you ever find yourself comparing your life to those around you?

* Have you ever wished for the courage to follow your dreams?

* Do you ever struggle to stay organized or get things done?

* Have you ever felt loaded down with stuff you don’t really need….or even really want?

* Do you ever struggle to keep your finances on track?

* Do you sometimes long for deeper, more authentic relationships in your life?

If the answer to any of these questions is YES, this book provides real and practical solutions from someone who has been there. Ruth doesn’t just offer advice, she walks it with you, and shares with brutal honesty her own mistakes, failures, and shortcomings. It is encouraging, motivating, and life-changing.

Four | The Thin Green Line: The Money Secrets of the Super Wealthy

For the better part of the past decade, Paul Sullivan has written about and lived among some of the wealthiest people in America. He has learned how they save, spend, and invest their money; how they work and rest; how they use their wealth to give their children educational advantages but not strip them of motivation. He has also seen how they make horrendous mistakes. Firsthand, Sullivan knows why some people, even rich people, never find true wealth, and why other people, even those who have far less are much wealthier.

Sullivan is part of the The One Percent today, but he came from far humbler roots, starting life in the bottom twenty-five percent. This personal book shows how others can make better financial decisions and come to terms with what money means to them. It lays out how they can avoid the pitfalls around saving, spending and giving their money away and think differently about wealth to lead more secure and less stressful lives. An essential complement to all of the financial advice available, this unique guide is a welcome antidote to the idea that wealth is a number on a bank statement.”

Five | Money Mindset: Formulating a Wealth Strategy in the 21st Century

“Money Mindset” is an expert-led guide to growing your wealth, protecting your wealth, and transferring your wealth to future generations. Written by a third generation financial planner who is also an adjunct finance professor at the W.P. Carey School of Business at Arizona State University, “Money Mindset” helps readers understand important financial concepts and theories of the 21st century. The science and psychology of money The ‘WHY’ of personal financial management The rule of 72, asset allocation, dollar cost averaging, and the erosive effects of inflation How to manage a diverse investment portfolio to minimize macroeconomic vulnerability How to create a legacy through proper estate planning

“Money Mindset” explores the idea that money can be looked at as an energy source. In order to truly harness its powers, one must acquire and maintain a certain money mindset.

Everyone wants financial independence — having enough money to consistently fuel their everyday life. “Money Mindset” clears a path through the increasingly convoluted and ever-changing world to show how to finally become financially secure.

Six | A Happy Pocket Full of Money, Expanded Study Edition: Infinite Wealth and Abundance in the Here and Now

Based on the recent discoveries of theoretical physics and a close reading of inspirational classics of the last century, Gikandi creates a new model for the creation of personal wealth; a new model that shows readers how to create abundance by saving, giving, offering charity, and building happy relationships.

Learn to use an internal mantra to build wealth consciousness.Practice conscious and deliberate thoughts and intentions.Decide, define, and set goals you can believe in.Practice gratitude, giving, and faith, and experience abundance and joy in your life.

Seven | Why You Aren’t Rich: The Secrets Holding You Back from Wealth

Does your character reflect your income? The point is that your financial situation will often reflect who you are as a person-the more successful you are in personal growth, the more your earning potential can be. If you’re the type of person who has the ability to exert willpower and discipline when it comes to kicking bad habits, going after goals, and being honest with yourself about your finances, chances are you’ll be much more well-off financially.

The key to setting yourself up for financial success is to start from within. It is very easy to dream of becoming a millionaire, living in a mansion, and driving behind the wheel of a brand new car-but first, you must prepare yourself to get all of those things. Money doesn’t grow on trees but it does grow from desire and ambition.

Think back to school when you learned about cause and effect-there is an effect for every cause-your weight is an effect of what you eat, your knowledge is an effect of your desire to learn, and your money is an effect of what you do to earn and manage it.


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