I have put together this resource page at the request of a couple of my clients and readers who asked what I have read  or am currently reading. I have opted to write a line or to about what I gained from the book so that you have a better idea why its on the list.

I have divided the books into the subject areas that I found them to be useful in

Mindset and Personal Growth

Emotional Intelligence 2.0 – Travis Bradberry

Want to understand what emotions drive you? This book helped me to understand some of my drivers and triggers and gave my some implementable ways to make improvements in some of the other areas of my life. Plus access to an online quiz to help identify my emotional SWOT (Strengths, Weakness, Opportunities and Threats)

Produced by Faith – Devon Franklin

As a person of faith, Devon gave me some perspective on ways to be true to my faith, my family and myself.

Business and Preneurship

Think and Grow Rich for Women – Sharon Lechter

Definitely not a cheap knock off of the original Napoleon Hill Book. A powerful tool for understanding the skills necessary from a uniquely feminine perspective.

Think and grow Rich – Napoleon Hill
I struggled to read this book the first time round because I felt like I was missing something, which is why I bought Think and Grow rich for Women. Not being a quitter I tried again after reading the updated version for women and found that I was much more able to understand the content. Sometimes I guess you need a step up so you can step in.

Rich Dad Poor Dad – Robert Kiyosaki
I have read this book several times over the years, and I even have it on audio. I think I will continue to read it at least every year for the rest of my life and still find new insights into myself.

Financial Fortress Builders

Killing Sacred Cows -Garrett B. Gunderson

This book is a financial myth buster written in accessible and understandable human-speak.

It’s Raising Time – Kim Kiyosaki

Second Chance – Robert Kiyosaki

Make Money, Be Happy – Jackie Headland

The Money Tree – Martin Bamford

How to Retire 10 Years Early – Martin Bamford

Saving and Investing – John Whiteley
I have had this book for an incredibly long time the edition I have was printed in 2000 but I really like the appendix and glossary at the back which explain what all the terms are, in a clear way.


A Force to be Reckoned With – Jane Robinson

Dangerous Women – Clare Conville, Liz Hoggard and Sarah-Jane Lovett

Show Stress Who’s the Boss! Carole Spiers

Increase your Word Power – Angela Burt

Between you and I – James Cochrane

Eats, Shoots and Leaves – Lynne Truss

Accomodating Brocolli in the Cemetary – Vivian Cook


Note: I am an associate of Amazon. This means that if you decide to purchase any of the books above using the links on his page, I will earn a commission. This commission comes at no additional cost to you.

However, I can assure you that these are books I have read, enjoyed or got something valuable from, and that is why I am recommending them. Please do not spend any money on these books unless you feel you need them or that they will help you achieve your goals.

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