We Should All Be Millionaires

Money isn’t everything, but it is absolutely important. Anyone who says otherwise is lying. -Rachel Rodgers, We Should All Be Millionaires

Rachel Rodgers debut book is nothing short of perfection. In this empowering read she teaches you how to move away from making Broke Ass Decisions in all different areas of your life. My favorite part of this book is that it is good for a woman at any stage and place of her life. Corporate, entrepreneur, any age, any geographic location. She gives you actionable tools to level up your life and most importantly teaches you why it’s ok to become a millionaire. 

The Psychology of Money 

A genius who loses control of their emotions can be a financial disaster.  The opposite is also true.- Morgan Housel, The Psychology of Money 

We all have our own emotions and feelings when it comes to money and finances. The beauty of this book is it allows you to understand why you react the way you do to different financial situations in your life. I will give you a little hint and share that it has a lot to do with what was going on in the world while you were growing up. Housel also uses history and great examples to enforce different ways to build lasting wealth. 

Profit First 

Profit is not an event. It’s a habit.- Mike Michalowicz, Profit First 

Although this book is geared toward business owners, The Profit First method is also a great way to build out a savings plan. Before anyone begins a new business venture they should read this book. Michalowicz explains why you need to implement his method and clearly breaks down how to implement and grow using Profit First. This short read is packed with actionable steps that can save businesses and their wonders from making costly financial decisions. 

Atomic Habits 

All big things come from small beginnings. The seed of every habit is a single, tiny decision- James Clear, Atomic Habits 

Over the past few years this book has taken over the Bestseller charts and social media for good reason. James Clear shares his personal journey with a traumatic injury and how falling back on habits allowed him to get back to a new normal. One of the best tips to come out of this book is focusing on the 1%. The idea of getting 1% better at whatever you are doing each day.

Caroline Tanis