Personal Prosperity Books To Read With Your Family

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Having time off during the upcoming holiday season is a great time to catch up on some reading. It’s also a great time to educate your family on what it takes to manage personal finances properly, and live a life of financial peace of mind.

By reading with your family, your children, you can start them off in the right direction in life, which could lead to them becoming adults who are prosperous and understand how money works.

Today I’m sharing 5 of my favorite books about success and prosperity that I think every family should sit down and read with their kids.

Prosperity Book #1: The Millionaire Next Door.

In this book your family will see who the wealthy really are, that it’s not who they think they are. The authors of this book studied the habits of the wealthy, and even broke it down to the type of car they drive.

Prosperity Book #2: Rich Dad Poor Dad.

I love the way Robert Kiyosaki takes complicated accounting and business concepts and uses visuals to make it easy for all to understand. Which is why this is a good book to read with your family.

Prosperity Book #3: MONEY Master the Game: 7 Simple Steps to Financial Freedom.

Author Tony Robbins interviewed 50 of the most legendary investors in the world and included their best advice in this book. Your family will get insights from many different successful people, each with their own take on the path to prosperity.

Prosperity Book #4: Think and Grow Rich.

This is a true classic. Napoleon Hill spent over 20 years researching the attributes of 500 of the most successful people in business. Most successful entrepreneurs today got their start with the concepts in Think and Grow Rich.

Prosperity Book #5: The Super Duper Simple Book on Money.

Yes, by yours truly. I wrote this book to help people of all ages take their first financial step in life, or fix a life of poor financial moves, so they can go on to live prosperous lives, without being shackled by the stress of debt.

If you don’t already own them, head over to Amazon today and purchase each of these timeless books. Then make it a point during the holiday season to sit down and read each with your family. They will gain a world of financial knowledge. Plus, you may just learn something, too.

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