• Marc Primo

Four Good Reads About Finance

Updated: Apr 3, 2020

The following is an article “Four Good Reads About Finance” by Marc Primo.


To be a successful entrepreneur, you need to constantly learn new techniques and strategies that can help you do well in business. Some bestsellers such as Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki and You Are A Badass At Making Money by Jen Sincero have proven to be useful as both offer valuable insight and tips on how to grow money.


Money management is a developed skill and what better way to discover how it really works than by reading books. Below are four titles that can help you, regardless if you are new to the world of finance or already an expert.


MONEY Master The Game: 7 Simple Steps To Financial Freedom by Tony Robbins


Tony Robbins is a successful businessman, philanthropist, author, and public speaker who has accumulated millions of dollars doing coaching tours and venturing into business throughout the years. His book provides a walkthrough on how you can gain financial freedom from debt in seven steps as well as how to grow your money through investments. You’ll learn the pros and cons of making an investment and gain insights from a number of financial experts as well. If you are just taking your first steps as an entrepreneur, you’ll find that this book is one of the best reads for you.


The Millionaire Fastlane: Crack The Code To Wealth And Live Rich For A Lifetime by MJ DeMarco


This book will tell you that you can accumulate more wealth than just a respectable sum of money on your retirement year. According to author MJ DeMarco, simply aiming for a secure amount of retirement money is taking the slow lane on the road to getting rich. If you are a risk-taker who wants to grow your money fast, this book is for you. With some good stories on how a variety of market strategies could work for you, the book encourages you to work hard while young and earn your first million fast. Take it from this semi-retired entrepreneur, investor, and author who successfully grew his own startup company Limos.com into a multi-million dollar enterprise.


The Automatic Millionaire by David Bach


While most books on finance can be a bit too overwhelming for beginners to understand, David Bach’s bestseller focuses on a one-step plan to get you rich in no time. This promising book’s first chapters are written like fiction as it tells a story of a couple who had attained financial success. It then progresses into a process that will teach you how to earn more money even on a modest income and without a budget. Unrealistic as it may seem, The Automatic Millionaire suggests that you only have to set up a system based on principles, and draft your plan, which will only take about an hour. The book’s promise is that you can secure your financial future even if you don’t have that much education on finance or business. It’s a good thing that Bach, who has sold millions of copies of his books, is finally sharing his secret on how to become a millionaire.


How To Retire Happy, Wild and Free by Ernie J. Zelinski


In this bestselling book, author Ernie J. Zelinski does not encourage you to work harder or put in longer hours to secure yourself a stable future. With a few lessons on how to live happily at the prime of your life while managing your money, the book doesn’t really set you up to become a millionaire after retirement. Instead, it teaches you to enjoy what you have at the moment and to put money matters in their proper perspectives by developing creative pursuits. It also teaches you how to control your mental, physical, and spiritual wellbeing because after all, health is the true wealth. Zelinski is also known as a prosperity life coach, speaker, and career expert. He has sold over 900,000 copies of his works worldwide and has been featured in the Wall Street Journal.