It has been prophesied since the 1970s or 80s that robots and technology would take over the world. People would not work jobs and our daily reality would be automated. As crazy as those concepts were just a decade ago, we’re almost at the point where this vision is a reality. Not only that, but if you are not in a business involving computers and the internet, you’re not winning. As many rush towards ideas for launching a tech or internet business, there are still basic rules to follow. Here are 3 books that are must-reads in this binary age of 0’s and 1s, before you launch your new startup.
Richest Man In Babylon (George Samuel Clason)
Before you can become financially stable, you must know how to maintain a foundation as solid as steel. It’s imperative you learn how much to save, what to spend on personal desires, and what percentage of earnings to pay off debts with. The Richest Man in Babylon covers all of these topics and more in a captivating storyline.
This was written by George S. Clason. He authored the English version in 1926. However, this was transcribed from ancient parables written over 8000 years ago. The true original author was a man from the ancient, super-rich nation of Babylon. This is a civilization believed to be greater in riches than any nation past or present. People have used the information in this book for thousands of years and it continues to work for those to stick true to its prescription.
Rich Dad, Poor Dad ( Robert Kiyosaki, Sharon L. Lechter)
This is a piece of literature that helps anyone comprehend the importance of financial literacy. Kiyosaki gives the keys to understand how independence financially can be sculpted, real estate investing aids, how businesses are begun, boosting financial IQ, and much more. It’s said to be one of the most popular business books of the last 100 years.
“Rich Dad, Poor Dad” was written in 1997. It’s been translated to over 50 different languages and sold in over 105 countries. It spent more than 6 years on the New York Times’ Best Sellers list. Millions of copies of RDPD have been sold globally since it’s release.
The Science of Success (Wallace D Wattles)
While the direct facts of business are easier to point out, there are other factors which cannot be specified in quantity. There’s a way of thinking you must develop. The energy you carry is not regular if you experience success and you must guard it. You must focus on applying the word ‘more’ to everything. Understand the universe will give you everything you want if you simply have 100% faith in it. There’s formless energy that makes everything happen around us, learn about it in “The Science of Success.” Embrace this theory of wholeheartedly.
TSOS was first written in 1910. The evolution of Wattles’ teachings has lead to it being re-published in a trilogy format, alongside two other books of his. This is a classic book that’s being overlooked by current generations but has been in circulation over 100 years for a reason.
If you have time today, there’s one other book that is recommended beyond our Top 3 picks. It could have been tied in for fourth. It’s free to read online. Do not underestimate this well-respected authoring by business icon Tony Robbins: read Tony Robbins Knowledge Business Blueprint review on GFKamerica.com
Listen to a few audio version of the books recommended, by clicking play on the videos below. In 2019, many do not like to read and prefer a podcast or audiobook. However, keep in mind, the nerves of your body sending information to your brain with every touch that boosts your IQ and logic. Therefore, it’s important to hold and touch a physical book from time to time when possible. This will help your business savvy in the long run, believe it or not. Either way, be sure to read the 3 titles listed here if you should ever startup a tech or internet business.