3 Must-Read Books to Become a Wealthier Woman

You want to be richer, and why not? You deserve the finer things in life and are willing to work to get them. However, if you type ‘money’, ‘rich’ or ‘millionaire’ into Amazon you end up with thousands of books to choose from. So where do you start? Well, I have read a lot of books and if you are short on time these three will move you in the right direction.

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Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

When it comes to money, this is a classic. Originally released in 1937 this book has stood the test of time and for good reasons. It is claimed to have made more millionaires than any other book and for any woman dreaming of amassing enormous wealth it is a must-read.

Napoleon Hill spent 25 years studying the richest men of the time, which included Henry Ford, Thomas Edison, John Rockefeller and Alexander Graham Bell. Through his research, he identified a 13 step formula to creating riches, which Think and Grow Rich explains step by step.

As you may guess from the title thinking and the mind play a key role in the book. In fact, the first step to riches is desire. Napoleon believes that “all achievement…must begin, with an intense, burning desire for something definite.” So if money is the achievement you are going for you will need decide on a definite amount and the create a burning desire within you.

This book can be slightly difficult to read at times and is very male focused, but definitely worth the read.

The Millionaire Fastlane by MJ DeMarco

If you want to create money sooner rather than later than The Millionaire Fastlane is a great book for you.

MJ DeMarco believes there are approaches to building wealth: the sidewalk, the slowlane and the fastlane. People on the sidewalk never become wealthy, people in the slowlane will be wealthy in retirement and people in the fastlane will be able to achieve wealth within 10 years. MJ is passionate about being able to create wealth whilst you are young enough to still enjoy it.

This book is particularly good because it provides multiple ways to judge whether you are heading off on the right path. So often you are advised that in order to become wealthy you need to start a business. The thing is, not all businesses are created equally when it comes to creating wealth and this book provides a great framework to be able to analyze your business with.

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Get Rich, Lucky Bitch! by Denise Duffield-Thomas

When it comes to the topic of making money, it is predominantly covered by male authors. However, self-made millionaire, Denise Duffield-Thomas, brings a modern and feminine perspective to developing a money mindset and manifesting money.

To truly become a wealthy woman it takes more than just knowing the strategies to make money. You need to have the mindset to believe you can make the money and be comfortable being wealthy.

Often, women say they want to be richer, but subconsciously there are multiple reasons why really they don’t want to be richer. Get Rich, Lucky Bitch will help you to uncover any subconscious money issues you have, so that you can address them and start making the money you dream of.

Be warned: Denise is known for her colorful language so this book is not for women with delicate ears.

So that’s my must-read books if you want to become a wealthier woman. Now remember, reading is the easy part. If simply reading a book made you wealthy, there would be a lot more millionaires out there, including myself. You need to take action on what you read.

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