- Manage Your Money Like a F*cking Grown Up by Sam Beckbessinger- I did a full review of this book on the blog but basically this is the financial education we all should have had but never did (seriously, what even is the point of our schooling system? Years of my life wasted!)
- Leave Your Mark by Aliza Licht- I mentioned this book in an earlier article for college students however I’m currently re-reading it and yep, it is still relevant. If you haven’t read it as yet, definitely go pick up a copy ASAP. “Leave Your Mark” is basically like a mentorship in book-form.
- Welcome to the Real World by Lauren Berger- I have been a fan of Lauren Berger since her first book, “All Work, No Pay” and strongly believe she is the reason I got my first two internships. “Welcome to the Real World” teaches you everything you need to know to not screw up in your new job. While the first few chapters were not new to me since I have been in the working world for a while, the latter chapters were super-helpful.
- Screw It, Let’s Do It by Richard Branson- Okay so it has been a while since I last read this but it wins a place on my list because I remember being really awed by it (even if I don’t remember much. Perks of being a avid reader). Richard walks the reader through his story and the secrets to his success.
- Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki- An oldie but a goodie, “Rich Dad, Poor Dad” tells the story of Robert as he grows up with his biological ‘poor’ father and his ‘rich’ dad (his best friend’s father). Both men have differing ideas of money which are explored in this book.
Have you read any of the above books? What did you think? I’d love to know below.