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15 Little Life Hacks

My favorite books on personal finance, psychology, and negotiation

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I keep getting emails asking about my favorite books, and besides writing a few book reviews, I finally got around to adding my favorite books to my online bookstore.

So, here are my favorite books on personal finance, psychology, and negotiation (plus a few bonus categories): The I Will Teach You To Be Rich Amazon store.

If you have other favorite books I haven’t listed here, leave a comment and I’ll check them out.

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Btw, stay tuned on Thursday or Friday of this week…I’ll be announcing something I’ve been working on for a while.

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  1. I’d add “Stay Mad for Life”, by Jim Cramer to the list. It’s an investing book, but it dumps his usual focus on the market for advice on getting out of debt, saving for retirement and your kids’ education, and other topics.

  2. The best personal finance book that I have read was “Get a Financial Life” by Beth Kobliner…it definitely has most of the same views that I have read on this site.

  3. what about Rich Dad Poor Dad? i love it but i hear you either love or hate Robert

  4. Eagerly awaiting your announcement later this week…

  5. Check out “Index Funds: The 12-Step Program for Active Investors” by Mark Hebner of IFA.com. It’s a big book full of great illustrations and historical evidence supporting the case for low-cost, well diversified portfolios of Index funds

    Here’s book info on the IFA.com site: http://www.ifa.com/12steps/

  6. A Wealthy Barber was my first personal finance book and it taught me all the basics.

    http://www.amazon.com/Wealthy-Barber-Updated-3rd-Commonsense/dp/0761513116

  7. Ok I bought a book from you. 😉

    I’m curious how come you like The Richest Man in Babylon?

    A book that changed my outlook was Secrets of the Millionaire Mind. Check it out.

  8. I’m really not a fan of Suze Orman. She’s annoying and gets paid off by financial institutions to give out partial advice. Not necessarily bad advice, but advice that will make them more money. I did notice you had The Intelligent Investor on there though, and that’s a great book.

  9. i’ll second benjamin graham’s “the intelligent investor.” it’s a good book on value investing written in layman’s terms. although it delves into issues most average joes don’t need to deal with, it does convey a very important message regarding investor emotion.

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