May 22 2008
Coach Kips Book List:
Rich Dad’s Increase your Financial IQ
Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki
This is a great book to start out with. It is told in story form and the lessons are many. It will set up for you the basis of your financial education. If you already feel that you have a strong foundation then still read the book. There are many things that can be gained from reading this.
Cashflow Quadrant by Robert Kiyosaki
This is the follow up to the Rich Dad Poor Dad book. It is the text book on how to achieve financial wealth and independence. It is an excellent read and is interesting throughout the entire book. Get your education here.
Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
This is an older book but the principles are just as relevant and up to date as they were when he wrote it. IT was revolutionary in its time and it still is. This will get you thinking the way rich people think.
One Minute Millionaire by Robert G. Allen and Mark Victor Hansen
From the Nothing Down expert and the Chicken Soup For the Soul guys they bring you a dual book. You get two books in one. It is a great read with a story on one page and how they did it on the other.
Cracking the Millionaire Code by Robert G. Allen and Mark Victor Hansen
Part two of the One Minute Millionaire this will get you to think philanthropically about your wealth and will teach you how to give back what you recieve. It is a powerful book on its own.
The Four Hour Work Week by Timothy Ferris
A revolutionary book based on what is happening today. The world is getting smaller and the workplace is changing. Get on board now or get left behind. He tells you exactly how to do this including specific links and people to talk to.
The Magic of Thinking Big by David Schwartz
Another great book on the mind set needed to become rich and wealthy. Do you see a trend here? It is more of thinking right than having business skills. Schwartz tells us all how to think big and race to becoming a wealthy person.
Think Big and Kick Ass in Business and Life by Donald Trump and Bill Zanker
Find out the Donald’s way of thinking big and how it propelled him to fame and fortune. Bill Zanker the head of the Learning Annex describes how he built his business and what it takes to bring it to the next level.
How to have Confidence and Power in Dealing with People by Leslie Giblins
A great book on the relationship skills needed to achieve more in todays business world. The lessons are simple and straight forward and are common sense. So why don’t we use them more? We have forgotten what it means to interact with people. The book is even more relevant today than it was in the 50′s during its first press.
How I Raised Myself from Failure to Success in Selling by Frank Bettger
If you don’t think that you need sales skills in becoming rich and wealthy you need to think differently. This book made a much bigger impact on me than I ever thought it would. Its principles area again straight forward and common sense. Read this book and get what you want in anything.
Other Books that I have read that have helped me along the way: