Cashflow Quadrant – Guide to Financial Freedom

The second book in the Rich Dad series, Robert Kyosaki's Cashflow Quadrant is a simplified guide to financial freedom which explains the differences between the cashflow patterns of the rich vs the poor and middle class. In Lehman terms, the Cashflow Quadrant defines the 4 sources of income and the advantages and disadvantages of them. … Continue reading Cashflow Quadrant – Guide to Financial Freedom

Just F*cking Do It – The key to success.

So I was sitting here in my room, fresh out of the gym and post-protein shake; trying to think of some cool content to share. For some reason, I had a flashback to a couple of weeks ago when I was watching 'The Founder' which if you don't know, tells the story of how Ray Kroc … Continue reading Just F*cking Do It – The key to success.

Beating Wall Street – The Big Short

If you’re anything like me, you have always been deeply fascinated by the world of high finance. I will spend hours at a time reading up on the world of finance trying to make sense of stocks, bonds and other financial instruments to learn how to be a more effective investor. I;m fascinated by the … Continue reading Beating Wall Street – The Big Short

Rich Dad Poor Dad – Let This Book Be The Start Of Your Financial Education

Why don't we learn about money in school? I was never taught about taxes, business, investing or networking... The goal of this blog is to promote books to inspire and educate people who are looking to increase the quality of their lives and achieve success in whatever chosen field they are pursuing by learning lessons … Continue reading Rich Dad Poor Dad – Let This Book Be The Start Of Your Financial Education

How Arnold Schwarzenegger conquered the world.

"Just remember, you can't climb the ladder of success with your hands in your pocket." - Arnold Schwarzenegger If you want to know what success looks and sounds like - look no further than Arnold Schwarzenegger. in his remarkable autobiography, Arnold demonstrates first-hand all of the traits which are required to achieve anything you strive … Continue reading How Arnold Schwarzenegger conquered the world.

The Strangest Secret – Earl Nightingale

You simply HAVE to read The Strangest Secret. This is recording and book offers what is without any doubt - a core pillar required to achieve success.  "We become what we think about". This is the simple realisation which Earl Nightingale shared with the world in 1956 when he produced one of the finest motivational pieces … Continue reading The Strangest Secret – Earl Nightingale

Henry Ford’s Advice To You – Greatest Quotes From One of America’s finest

One of America's foremost industrial trail blazers - Henry Ford was told he would be out of business within 6 months but instead went on to become one of the wealthiest people in the world; and left a legacy which will live forever. According to Forbes, Ford's net worth in today's dollars would be over £188 … Continue reading Henry Ford’s Advice To You – Greatest Quotes From One of America’s finest

The Book That Made Warren Buffett

If you ask the worlds greatest investor, Warren Buffett what he does on a day to day basis; he'll tell you he reads, reads and then reads some more. We're talking 500 - 1000 pages a day. “Look, my job is essentially just corralling more and more and more facts and information, and occasionally seeing … Continue reading The Book That Made Warren Buffett

“Shoe Dog” – Read the story of Nike by Founder Phil Knight

Nike's trademark is "Just Do It". After reading this book - it's a perfect fit to match Phil Knight's story. Before Nike became the billion dollar Juggernaut it is today, it was just the "crazy idea" of founder Phil Knight. At age 24, Knight grew increasingly fascinated with a project he worked on whilst at … Continue reading “Shoe Dog” – Read the story of Nike by Founder Phil Knight

Want to be successful? Read books by successful people. Here’s why…

When we go to school, we learn key lessons which stay with us for the rest of our lives. For instance, I learned how to chew gum virtually unnoticed by any teacher; and that getting to third base had nothing to do with baseball.  I also learned that Mr. Griffiths was a total D-bag.  Sound … Continue reading Want to be successful? Read books by successful people. Here’s why…