“The Success Loop” by Paul Ricci offers a framework for success. Many people are not taught success principles when they are younger, and therefore lack this perspective. The Success Loop looks at success as a “process”, as opposed to something that just happens by accident to people.
“The New Case For Gold” by James Rickards explains why gold is the safest asset to own, and why it should be seriously considered as a component in every investment portfolio. This USA Today and Wall Street Journal best seller makes a solid case showing that as currencies such as the dollar come and go, gold has been steadfast for thousands of years.
“Financial Fitness” by Chris Brady and Orrin Woodward exposes the “financial matrix” to readers. The “financial matrix” is a modern form of debt-based slavery and control propagated by the Federal Reserve and other central banks around the world. Chris and Orrin help their readers get free from the financial matrix through 47 solid principles that focus on financial defense (getting free from debt), and financial offense (building more income).
“The Millionaire Next Door” by Thomas Stanley and William Danko is a great book to read if you are interested in the habits of wealthy individuals. The habits may surprise you, as it did the authors when they performed their research.
“The Five Love Languages by Gary Chapman teaches couples how to communicate with each other. This book has saved many marriages that struggle with communication, where she is one page, while he is on another. When we talk in a language our partner doesn’t understand, the relationship suffers. The five love languages are: Words of Affirmation, Gifts, Quality Time, Acts of Service, and Physical Touch.