So I saw a friend of mine @cryptotexty start this and I decided to toe along these lines myself. I can call myself a reader, as I love to read a lot from all genres. From business, to fiction, to sci-fi, to mystery and so on. So thought it would be a good idea to share what I've read.
So straight to the review, the first book has to be Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki. A lot of people should have read this book, it's an especially popular one and I personally got a lot of lessons on finance and money management from this book. Read it some 10 years ago and a lot of the principles I learnt there I still practise till this day.
Whenever I want to you spend and buy, I ask myself is it a want or a need. I also ask myself is it an asset or a liability. These are some of the core tenets that the book is all about. It's a truly beautiful book that I would recommend to anyone, and to people of all ages. It opens the minds and teaches you money management skills that we sadly don't learn in schools.
The book opened my mind to be the boss of myself, rather than fixating my mind on going to school, graduating, and looking for a job that will practically keep you in a rabbit hole. Not that jobs aren't good, but there's so much more one can do especially in a fast paced world like the one we have right now. It's definitely one I would highly recommend for everyone.
I hope I can keep doing this, plan to do it once or twice a week let's see how that goes. Keep reading and keep learning.