Reading List Of Books To Help You Thrive

Looking for good reads about minimalism, frugality, financial independence and self-development ? These are the books that I would like to recommend to you as they have motivated and inspired me tremendously.

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The More Of Less
by Joshua Becker

In his book, Joshua shows you the pathway to living more by owning less. He encourages you with practical suggestions and a step by step guide to minimize your possessions and distractions around you to optimize and maximize your life.

As A Man Thinketh
by James Allen

As A Man Thinketh is an essay and self-help classic, which argues that the key to mastering your life is harnessing the power of your thoughts and helps you cultivate the philosophy and attitude of a positive, successful person.


Atomic Habits

By James Clear

Atomic Habits provides a practical and proven framework for building good habits and cutting bad ones. Drawing on scientific research and real-life examples, it shows how tiny changes in behavior can result in massive results.

Think and grow rich

By Napoleon Hill

Napoleon Hill researched more than forty millionaires to find out what made them the men that they were. In Think and Grow Rich, he imparts that knowledge to you. Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, the mind can achieve.

Miracle Morning

By Hal Elrod

1How you wake up each day and your morning routine (or lack of it) dramatically affects your levels of success in every single area of your life”. Don’t choose the easy thing, choose the right thing. Hitting the snooze button gives us permission to not follow through with the things we intend to do.

Everything that Remains

By Joshua Fields Millburn & Ryan Nicodemus

A great introduction to minimalism by “The Minimalists” themselves. After realizing that stuff no longer make them happy, Joshua and Ryan start their quest to a more meaningful life with less possessions, giving them a freedom and contentment they could have never imagined. Today they help millions of people to do the same.

The big Five for Live

By John P. Strelecky

This inspirational books key message is to identify both a personal and corporate “Purpose for Existing” which should always be aligned to promote productivity and fulfillment. The “Big Five” of the book’s title are the five things that we want to do, see, or experience in our life before we die. It encourages us to reflect and to find our core values that serve as guides or directions on our journey to our goals.


Suverän Investieren mit Indesfonds & ETFs

Gerd Kommer

Seit vielen Jahren überzeugt Dr. Gerd Kommer immer mehr Sparer und Anleger von den Vorteilen einer Geldanlage in Indexfonds und ETFs. Keiner im deutschsprachigem Raum erklärt diese Art von passivem Investieren besser als er.

Rente mit 40

Florian Wagner

Florian ist Frugalist und will mit 40 Jahren finanziell frei sein. Durch seinen Lebensstil hat er eine Sparquote von mehr als 60%. In seinem Buch erklärt er, wie jeder mit bewusstem Konsum und geschicktem Umgang mit Geld reicher und freier sein kann.

Der Weg zur finanziellen Freiheit

Bodo Schäfer

Bodo hat mir mir diesem Buch die Augen geöffnet und meine Glaubenssätze was Geld und Persönlichkeitsentwicklung angeht grundlegend verändert. Der Weg zur finanziellen Freiheit mag für die meisten etwas länger dauern aber seine Denkanstöße sind einfach klasse. Klare Empfehlung für jeden, der mehr aus seinem Leben machen und aus sich hinauswachsen möchte.