Budgeting Finance last month Share Tweet There are so many resources out there to help you reset your money mindset: podcasts, online courses, Facebook groups, and of course, books. It’s never been easier to find the right information on how to take control of your finances, starting with your money mindset. If you are looking to dive into the details and shift your money mindset, we recommend starting with these fundamental financial books. Tapping into Wealth by Margaret M. Lynch A former corporate engineering manager, Margaret M Lynch’s book shows you how to use Emotional Freedom Technique or Tapping as a mechanism to help you clear your money blocks and reprogram your mind’s deeply held assumptions and beliefs about money and wealth. EFT is recognized as an effective technique, using acupressure and the power of suggestion to help you focus on your goals and address negative thinking. The book is full of exercises to help you discover, release, and replace your limiting beliefs about money so that you can live a richer life. Tapping into Wealth by Margaret M. Lynch Get Rich, Lucky Bitch by Denise Duffield-Thomas Denise Duffield-Thomas is a hugely popular coach, presenter, and writer. She has a straight-talking, no-nonsense approach that will help you break down your mental barriers to wealth and success. Duffield-Thomas specializes in helping female entrepreneurs discover and break down their money blocks through the practical application of manifesting using the Law of Attraction. Get Rich, Lucky Bitch by Denise Duffield-Thomas Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill Think and Grow Rich is a classic and a must-read for anyone who is looking to change their mindset around money. In the book, Hill outlines his revolutionary 13-Steps to Riches as part of his Law of Success philosophy. Hill illustrates his principles by relating the stories of Andrew Carnegie, Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, and other millionaires of his generation. Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki This book by Kiyosaki has become a classic in its own right and has produced a whole series of books that have educated generations about the possibilities of financial freedom. The book explores the myth of high-income equating wealth and teaches you how to change your perspective on the world of money. It explains the important differences between good debt and bad debt and supports you in shifting your money mindset so that you can finally get on the road to financial freedom. Rich Dad, Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki The Millionaire Next Door by William D. Danko and Thomas J. Stanley Based on years of research, Danko and Stanley bring the real secrets of wealth to the masses, and it’s not as you’ve imagined. The authors have designed a 7-step program that is vital to becoming a millionaire. But first, they break down the pervasive myths about how wealthy people behave and where they spend their time and money. The examples in the book don’t include superstars, but rather the average Joes who live below their means and make their money work for them. This book is a game-changer for your wealth mindset. The Millionaire Next Door by William D. Danko and Thomas J. Stanley Remember: Your money mindset is the feelings and thoughts you subconsciously develop towards money from your life experiences. Because our thoughts often control our actions, developing a negative money mindset can create a barrier between you and your financial health. It can keep you in a place of stress and anxiety and it can keep you from achieving financial goals. Prosperity thrives on positivity You might be surprised to learn how much a positive mindset affects your attitude towards money and your success… Wealthy people expect to make money; they see themselves as rich and deeply believe that they will succeed. Wealth is part of their identity. Think of how many people you know who say, “I never have any money” or joke about never getting ahead? If that’s what they believe, then that’s what will exactly happen for them. Changing your mindset to truly believing in your success is crucial to reaching your goals. An unshakable belief that you will be wealthy isn’t sufficient on its own, of course, but it provides a solid foundation to act and to make others believe you can do it too… …and that produces a momentum all of its own.