Reading For Business & Financial Intelligence
Gain knowledge of Financial Intelligence today.
Gain knowledge of Financial Intelligence today.
In this reading class, you will learn About Financial Intelligence And Reap The Reward That Follows.
If you think you will become a millionaire by relying merely on your pension benefits; well, you might have to think again. For those who want to activate the thinking part of their brain, the evidence is clear enough. To be more specific, the fantasy of job security, and retiring into a no more unrealistic big promise, after 40 years of work is now over. I believe you are here for this reason, to improve yourself through self-education on business and financial intelligence.
You definitely need this knowledge, if you want to go beyond the average!
“There is a secret psychology of money. Most people don’t know about it. That’s why most people never become financially successful. A lack of money is not the problem; it is merely a symptom of what’s going on inside of you.” -T. Harv Eker
To start with, why do you think billionaires like Bill Gates or Jeff Bezos keep reading more books on a continuous basis? It’s because books are like the key to a secret vault, they slowly open your mind and expose you to endless opportunities. Books on business and financial intelligence will obviously open your business creativity and empower you on how to solve your financial problems, in a much smarter way.
This is the power of books and you can never tap into that power until you first learn or accept to read them.
How the 95% see the financial equation: As far as the majority of the people or the 95% are concerned, there is only one solution to their financial equation: (Work hard, save money and then borrow money). This is, of course not by accident; it’s all based on the basic education we have all received in school and that does not intend to change any time soon.
Why you are here: I want to believe that you too have realized that while the regular education might be OK at some situation, it’s certainly not good enough for you if you want to live above average life. That is why you are here, to increase your financial intelligence and get a better understanding of how businesses function.
Of course, you will understand it, because the best out there who had the money and experience to study the situation have already done the hard work and carefully arranged the information in books for you, plus our well-structured reading guide to help you extract the useful information from the pages of the books, so you cannot miss it.
Your advantages from the books: From these books, you will learn how to control your finance and make money work for you. The following are only few advantages of having a better understanding of business and a high sense of financial intelligence:
There are even much more for you, so get started now!
The Science of Getting Rich by Wallace D. Wattles
The Science of Getting Rich is a book by Wallace D. Wattles and it was published in 1910. The book is divided into 17 short chapters that explain how to overcome mental barriers, and how creation, rather than competition is the hidden key to attract wealth. Over the years, the book has been instrumental in changing the lives of many people.
Rhonda’s daughter had given her a copy of “The Science of Getting Rich”, a book written in 1910 by Wallace D. Wattles. Of that moment, Rhonda says, “Something inside of me had me turn the pages one by one, and I can still remember my tears hitting the pages as I was reading it. It gave me a glimpse of The Secret and it was like a flame inside of my heart.” History Of The Secret at Thesecret.tv.
Think and Grow by Napoleon Hill
Written in 1937, Think and Grow Rich was promoted as a Personal Development and Self-Improvement book. According to Napoleon Hill, his writing of the book was as a result of his contact with Andrew Carnegie in 1908. During that meeting, Carnegie challenged Hill to interview different wealthy people, to discover a simple formula for success.
According to some experts, two of this principles of this study: “The principle of MasterMind” and “Knowing very clearly where you want to go.”
While the title of the book and much of the text might seem to be more about increasing income or money-related as an argument, Hill insisted that his philosophy can help people succeed in any line of work they do or imagine they can do.
The Richest Man in Babylon by George S. Clason
The Richest Man in Babylon is a fine book by George S. Clawson and was published in 1926. In writing the book, George was very smart, in that he chose a style that has been very effective with people over years, “the power of stories”. Through a collection of parables, set over 8,000 years earlier in ancient Babylon, George gave out vital financial advices and the readers were hooked to his narrations. The book remains in print almost a century after publication. Even today, The Richest Man in Babylon is still regarded as a classic of personal financial advice.
Such important advice from Arkad as “paying yourself first”, “living within your means”, “investing in what you know“, the importance of “long-term saving“, and “home ownership” are all part of what make the book timeless in terms of its relevance to the financial world.