Want to get your finances in order? Read these books

Getting your finances in order can seem challenging. You might find yourself wondering where to start or thinking it’s as simple as making more money. The great news, it’s not hard. But it also isn’t as simple as just finding a bigger money bag. 

 

Are you trying to get to a place where you feel like you aren’t sinking and that you’re finally in control? We can relate.  

 

Making a shift requires knowledge. Here are a few books to help get you started with getting your finances in order and closer to achieving your goals.

 

The One Week Budget: Learn to Create Your Money Management System in 7 Days or Less! by Tiffany Aliche

 

In this book, Tiffany Aliche, better known as The Budgetnista, walks you through the steps of building a personal budget. Even if you already have a budget system in place, don’t sleep on this book. Take the time, read the book, and do the work. You’ll be happy you did. You’re guaranteed to walk away from this book with a clearer understanding of how you should proceed. 

 

 

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Credit is King: Transforming Your Credit to Royalty by Will Roundtree 

 

In this book, the author Roundtree breaks down everything you need to know about credit, addresses myths you’ve been told, and gives direction on how to communicate with creditors and debt collectors, and more. If you aren’t already in the 700 club or better, this is a must read. Even if you are, read it, there are plenty of gems that’ll help improve your situation, from understanding how to improve your personal score to learning how to build your business credit. 

 

The Secret by Rhonda Byrne

 

This book recommendation might not be as obvious as the others but you’re going places and usually when we’re headed into a new space, we need to shift our thinking too or we might find ourselves back in the same position. Our thoughts carry a lot of weight. This book reminds us of the power of our thoughts and how we can shift our thinking and hopefully the way we experience life. 

 

Dive into these books and take notes. You’ll definitely learn quite a bit to help you build momentum with improving your financial situation. These are just a few of the many great resources available to you as you work to create economic mobility. Stay tuned for part two.