Reading has many benefits such as giving us an escape from our daily reality. After working all day long, maybe you want to come alive in an adventurous world where you fall madly in love, solve a complex crime or kill a beast. As a matter of fact, you can do all three things in a few hours.
Nevertheless, nowadays reading has become more than just an escape. It helps us shape our thinking and informs our actions. See below, a list of 3 books that will help cultivate the potential property investor inside of you.
In this book, Malcom draws attention to the accomplishments of successful people and studies the ways they attained their successes. FYI: It’s not as a result of their high IQ but diligence and commitment to their skill or talent. Though most property investors assume that you need to be extremely bright to begin your property business, it has been proven that you don’t have to be. There are many opportunities and benefits you can enjoy by committing to yourself and learning from the experts as well as doing what they do.
Influence is crucial in business too. When you are establishing your business, the kind of people you surround yourself with has a big influence. In Dale Carnegie’s ground-breaking best-seller highlights this is explained in detail. You will find some important lessons contained in this book, including: 9 ways to change people without arousing resentment, and 6 ways to make people like you.
Seth Godin is a force to be reckoned with; one of the most outstanding marketing entrepreneurs. He has a huge following because of his valuable insights and teachings. This can be seen in his newsletters. Purple Cow emphasizes that the secret to success is being different, especially with applying marketing strategies. As a property investor, this book is a golden opportunity you need to get your hands on. It could help create interest in you. Being outstanding means you have to think outside of the box and dare to be different.
In this great read, Malcom Gladwell details the accomplishments of successful people and even studies the different ways they have attained their own success. FYI: It is not because of their high IQ levels but diligence and commitment to their skills or talents. Even though most property investors assume that you must be very bright to start your property business, it has been proven that you don’t have to be. There are various opportunities and benefits you can enjoy by remaining committed to yourself and learning from experts while doing what they do. Success can be tracked and replicated.
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We couldn’t conclude this list without including the biggest best-seller. Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill captures the fundamentals of success in 13 principles. This book is inspired by advice and lessons gained from some of the greatest entrepreneurs in history (Dale Carnegie and Henry Ford). Many people still read this book today and serves as a reference for our property investment webinars.
Rather than re-living adventure in many created realities of fantasy, get yourself a copy of any of the books mentioned to get motivated to take action.