How To Build The Habits Of Wealth – Book Giveaway


It’s a time for celebrating and giving thanks.  Thank you for reading my blog.  I love sharing my ideas with you.  We live in an amazing time where I can connect with you no matter where you are in the world.  To show my appreciation, I am giving away a book bundle of some of my favorite books!

The theme for this bundle is habits.  Financial health, like physical health, is the result of the right habits consistently applied over time.  Going to the gym one time and working out like a maniac won’t get you to your physical goals.  It’s what you do everyday that really matters.  The same is true of your financial health.  So the giveaway bundle starts with 3 of the best books I have read about habits.

We are what we repeatedly do.  Excellence then, is not an act, but a habit. – Will Durant

The Slight Edge

The compounding of effect of habits is the real power.  Develop a small habit, performed consistently over long periods of time, creates exponential growth.  Financial health is a building process.  We like to think there is a magic formula, or a lottery we can win that will give us the financial stability we seek.  But it is the simple decisions and actions applied consistently that matter most.

The Power of Habit

This book picks up where The Slight Edge leaves off.  It helps you understand your habits.  How do habits form?  How do we break them?  How do we build better ones.  It digs into the science to help us understand how habits work.

Better Than Before

Gretchen Rubin digs into some of the more perplexing issues about forming habits.  Most of us have tried to make new habits or break old ones and failed.  Why are some people successful in this process and others not?  This well researched book will shed some light on these questions.  What she has discovered is that first we must know ourselves.  One size doesn’t fit all.  There isn’t one strategy that works for everyone.  This book will help you discover a better way to approach YOUR habit formation.

But what habits should we be building?

What is the difference in the habits of the financially healthy vs. the financially fragile?  That is what the next 3 books in the bundle will help you figure out.

The Millionaire Next Door – The Surprising Secrets of America’s Wealthy

After studying the lives of those who are truly wealthy, the authors have distilled down the 7 factors that make a difference.  Successful wealth building is a process and this is the map.

The Richest Man In Babylon

Frameworks help us build a strategy.  This book, written in parable format, puts together some simple rules to wealth building.  It tells you what habits lead you on the right path.

The One-Page Financial Plan – A Simple Way To Be Smart About Your Money

True wealth is about having what you want from life.  This is the starting point to building your wealth.  The financial world can seem overwhelming and difficult to navigate.  When it’s boiled down to the essence, it doesn’t seem so overwhelming.  This book can help you answer the most important question you need to ask yourself. – “Why is money important to you?”  Once you know your why, you can work on the “how”.

Money is only a tool.  It will take you wherever you wish, but it will not replace you as the driver. – Ayn Rand

Only you can decide where you want to go.  Once you have a destination, map out the route and build the habits.  That’s the process in a nutshell.  These books can help you with each piece.

Thank you for reading and I hope you win!

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