As the weather gets cooler and you find yourself spending more time indoors, get your eyes into these smash hit books to get your kicking goals in business, finance and life.
"The Barefoot Investor: The only money guide you'll ever need" by Scott Pape.
Seems everyone these days can quote Scott Pape and his latest book, The Barefoot Investor. The simple language and common sense approach to managing your finances is really easy to follow. It claims to help set you, your significant other and family up for life. Slowly, slowly is the approach to managing your personal finances. This book is certainly worth a read - learn some simple techniques to get your debt under control or get established for your pending retirement. It’s time to stop dreaming about winning the lottery and get yourself set up for life.
"Smarter Faster Better: The secrets of being productive in life and business" by Charles Duhigg.
This books explores the science of productivity and why managing how we think is more important than what we think. Drawing in research within the worlds of psychology, neuroscience, and behavioral economics, as well as from real life experience of CEOs, FBI agents, educational reformers, pilots and even Broadway songwriters. Duhigg describes what productive people in all fields have in common and how they make their choices. By focusing on eight key productivity concepts this book tells stories well and guides you to an easy way of making better decisions.
"Tools of Titans: The Tactics Routines and Habits of Billionaires, Icons, and World Class Performers" by Tim Ferris.
The author of the “4-hour-work-week” and the “4-hour-body” has penned this hefty tome. Although its length can be off-putting, it promises to be a worthwhile read. Ferris distills some of the most important lessons he has learned from his life long obsession with experiments on his work and life. Written in short essay styles, the lessons he has learnt have been applied and made him millions of dollars and saved years of wasted effort and frustration. Ferris claims this to be his ultimate notebook of high leverage tools.