3 important books

March 26, 2007 8:08am CST
Hi, I am new here. I like the idea of exchanging views and opinions, as each of us can learn and improve ourselves. Since the age of 10, I have been a good reader of magazines, books, etc. In fact, I used to read even when I am eating. My mother often tells me that I don't know how much food I have taken in! I am 57 years old and I happened to read a lot of books on different subjects. But I value the following 3 books and consider all of them as my 'Gitas'. I want to share my feelings with all of u, as I am sure, you will also like these books and benefit from them. Many of u might have already read these books. I request those who did not, NOT to miss these books. 1.RICH DAD, POOR DAD - by Mr.Robert T.Kiyosaki(along with another). In this book, the author tells us about Financial Intelligence, which is a must for all of us. This is definitely an eye opener. 2.THE MILLIONAIRE NEXT DOOR - by Dr.Thomas J.Stanley,Ph.D and Dr.William D.Danko, Ph.D. This book is amazing as it tells us lot of things about Millionaires. Once u read this book, u would plan ur way to become a Millionaire yourself. 3.THE MONK WHO SOLD HIS FERRARI - by Mr.Robin S.Sharma. I think that every human being ought to read this. Just fantastic! I would love to discuss about these books in detail. I'm sure I'll hear something new from u and learn. Thanks.
2 responses
• Philippines
3 Aug 11
i have read so many books because i love reading and i love learning. but the 3 most influential (hence important) books for me are: 1. the secret by Rhonda Byrne 2. the science of getting rich by Wallace Wattles 3. rich dad poor dad by Robert Kiyosaki that's the books i cherished the most and influence the way i think. reading those books has changed my life significantly.
@magtibaygom (4864)
• Philippines
8 Dec 10
I have already read the books "Rich Dad Poor Dad" by Robert Kiyosaki and the "Millionaire Next" Door by Thomas Stanley. But I have not yet read the book "The Monk Who Sold His Ferrari". By its title itself, it sounds very interesting!