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Rich Dad, Poor Dad

Just finished reading Robert Kiyosaki’s book Rich Dad, Poor Dad. I knew some of the principles that are in the book. If you want to get ahead in the world and retire early, grab a copy of this book. Learning the principles of adding assets to your financial portfolio is of utmost importance. Paying yourself first is also important.

It is my goal to now continue educating myself about building assets that will produce income streams for me. I am going to read a book a week to keep my mind and desire focused on creating wealth. Here is a list of additional reading that I am adding to my reading list for 2010:

  1. Unlimited Wealth by Paul Pilzer
  2. Trump: The Art of the Deal by Donald Trump
  3. As a Man Thinketh by James Allen
  4. Over the Top by Zig Ziglar
  5. The Warren Buffet Way by Robert Hagstrom
  6. Trading for a Living by Dr. Alexander Elder
  7. The New Positioning by Jack Trout
  8. Investment Biker by Jim Rogers
  9. E-Myth by Michael Gerber
  10. Beating the Street by Peter Lynch
  11. Unlimited Power by Anthony Robbins
  12. Chaos – Making a New Science by James Gleick
  13. Market Wizards by Jack Schwager
  14. Creating Wealth by Robert Allen
  15. Incorporate and Grow Rich by C. W. Allen
  16. The Wall Street Journal Guide to Understanding Money & Investing by Kenneth Morris and Allan Seigel

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