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The following is my reading list. This is based off memory so I am probably missing some. Lately, I have been adding to this page as I finish books though.

I have compiled a reading list of over 1000+ books that I have decided to get through. I will add them to the “Finished Reading” list below as I go through them. I would say they are a compilation of over 100+ reading lists from Warren Buffett and Bill Gates’ reading lists to Top 10 or Top 20 Reading Lists. The topics range from business, success, economics, investing, money, finance, self-success, self-help, fitness, health, self-improvement, biographies (of all sorts of amazing people from Arnold Schwarzenegger to Warren Buffett to Steve Jobs to Gene Simmons to name a few), psychology, happiness, and marriage/love. Many have tremendously impacted and helped many successful people make their way in life. One giant chunk of my list is on what you would label as “How to Get Rich” books. But not in the traditional “get rich quick scam artist” sense. Reading these will not immediately make you rich or guarantee it. What I have found (and you should understand that the ones that get on my list go through a large filter of my own making to make sure they are legitimate, relevant, reputable, and authored by amazing people) is that the ones I pick up end up giving you a hard, cold truth that it is not easy but this is what you can do and these are the mindsets you can have and these are the misconceptions poor people have and so on. But I will save the details for my reviews, which I will be doing in video format on my Youtube channel. The ones I pick up are usually either bestsellers, very popular, highly recommended from a lot of reputable sources, and/or authored by very reputable people. T

A good portion of my “To Be Read” reading list can be seen on my Amazon Wish List. Feel free to buy a book for me because it will help me grow and learn and I can teach you about it in my book review channel. I prefer audiobook but do not mind print. The rest of my reading list (which is larger than my Amazon Wish List… which already has 1000+ books on it) is on paper somewhere, saved, accessible somehow, or already bought. Leave a comment if you have any questions.

Amazon Wish List:

Some books are just not worth reading fully. A lot of the book may just be hundreds of pages of fluff that waste your time to read and were made just to make the book thicker so it can be published.

Do NOT read the books I read in the order they are presented. They are presented in the chronological order I read them and some of them turned out to be horrible books and should be skipped. I will make a blog post and/or Youtube video on the Best Books I suggest you should read based on your goals in life.

Books I have read and finished completely:


1. Essays of Warren Buffett (Great book!)

2. Twitter Power

3. Learn to Earn by Peter Lynch

4. Beat the Street by Peter Lynch

5. One up on Wall Street by Peter Lynch

6. How to Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie

7. The Only Three Questions by Phil Fischer (meh… I’d avoid this one)

8. 4 Hour Work Week by Tim Ferriss

9. Tap Dancing to Work (LOVED this)

10. The Millionaire Next Door

11. The Millionaire Mind

12. The Automatic Millionaire

13. Rich Dad Poor Dad (highly recommend to any beginner)

14. Rich Dad’s Increase your financial IQ

15. The Intelligent Investor (Any stock investor must read this)

16. Common stocks and Uncommon profits by Phil Fischer

17. Retire Young Retire Rich

18. Security Analysis (got through a fraction of this. This textbook is huge. Will get through all of it one day)

19. Automatic Wealth for Grads by Michael Masterson

20. Emotional Intelligence

21. People are Idiots and I can Prove it by Larry Winget (self-help book)

22. Crush it by Gary Vaynerchuk (great book for young people who want to know the importance of social media and the internet)

23. The Sages

24. The Big Short by Michael Lewis

25. Money Culture by Michael Lewis

26. Common Sense on Mutual Funds by John Bogle

27. Irrational Exuberance (Great book)

28. F.I.A.S.C.O. (Awesome book. Describes the disgusting, corrupt, manipulative nature and system of derivatives and investment banking)

29. Business Adventures

30. Life is what you make it by Peter Buffett

31. Likeable Social Media (skimmed it. Some parts are just really dull and useless. It is mainly for businesses wanting to use internet marketing. Not really useful for me)

32. Book of Investing Wisdom

33. Warren Buffett and the Art of Stock Arbitrage

34. Warren Buffett and the Interpretation of Financial Statements

35. The Tao of Warren Buffett

36. The Wit and Wisdom of Warren Buffett

37. The Warren Buffett Way

38. The Snowball (got half way through. Long book)

39. How to effortlessly attract women by Richard La Ruina (This book is actually decently useful. It is not a sham)

40. The art of thinking clearly by Rolf Dobelli

41. Lean in for Grads

42. Made in America by Sam Walton

43. Managing Oneself by Peter Drucker

44. A gift to my Children by Jim Rogers (Great book!)

45. Total Money Makeover by Dave Ramsey

46. Rule #1 Investing

47. Payback time

48. Reminiscence of a Stock Operator

49. How to be a Billionaire by Martin Fridson

50. Emotional Intelligence

51. The Business of Happiness

52. Drive the Surprising Truth to What Motivates Us

53. Against the Gods

54. Never Eat Alone

55. How to be Rich by Donald Trump

56. Poor Charlie’s Almanack

57. Jab, Jab, Jab Right Hook by Gary Vaynerchuk

58. I got my dream job and so can you by Pete Leibman

59. Little book that still beats the market

60. Strength Finders 2.0

61. The One thing by Gary Keller

62. The Thank You Economy

63. What I Know For Sure by Oprah Winfrey

64. Purple Cow by Seth Godin

65. Random Walk down Wall Street

66. Thank You Economy by Gary Vaynerchuk

67. So good they can’t ignore you

68. The Education of a Value Investor

69. Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill

70. First Break All the Rules

71. Stocks for the long run

72. Good to Great (AMAZING book!)

73. Built to Last

74. Authentic Happiness

75. Stumbling upon Happiness

76. Black Swan

77. The Happiness Advantage

78. Before Happiness

79. 21 Secrets to Success and Happiness by John Templeton

80. Laws of Inner Wealth by Sir John Templeton

81. Road To Riches by Napoleon Hill

82. Awaken the Giant Within by Tony Robbins

83. Financial Freedom by Tony Robbins

84. Lessons in Mastery by Tony Robbins

85. 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

86. Laws of Success by Napoleon Hill (Highly recommended)

87. Getting There by Gillian Zoe Segal (Highly recommended)

88. Zero to One by Peter Thiel

89. A Bull in China by Jim Rogers

90. Success Through Stillness by Russell Simmons

91. Super Rich! by Russell Simmons

92. Manifest your destiny by Wayne M. Dyer

93. Business @ the Speed of Thought by Bill Gates

94. #GirlBoss by Sophia Amoruso

95. Excuses Begone by Wayne Dyer

96. Financial Freedom by Suze Orman

97. Grinding it Out by Ray Kroc (great book)

98. The Alchemist

99. The Lexus and the Olive Tree

100. The First Billion is the Hardest by T. Boone Pickens

101. The 100 Absolutely Unbreakable Laws of Business Success by Brian Tracy

101. Internet millionaires – The simple money making secrets of online millionaires

102. How to be a No Limit Person by Wayne Dyer (worth it)

103. Creating Magic (best book on Leadership I’ve read)

Books I have read partially: 

Some books have a lot of filler content because the publisher wants the book to look bigger or the author just wants to add fluff so the book isn’t 10 pages long. I sometimes only read part of books because there are only parts of it that are useful or interesting to me (and this is not necessarily because the book is bad or has fluff). Here’s the list.

1. I could do anything if I only knew what it was

2. What color is your parachute?

3. I will teach you how to be rich

4. That idiot’s rich and I’m not?

5. The Millionaire Messenger

6. Money: Master the Game by Anthoyn Robbins

7. 40 Chances

8. The Millionaire Messenger by Brendon Burchard

9. Now, Discover Your Strengths

10. 7 Habits of Highly Effective People

11. I graduated .. now what?

12. The Snowball

13. How to travel for free (or pretty damn near it)

14. How to get Rich by Felix Dennis

15. The Narrow Road by Felix Dennis


1. Harry Potter Series (7 books)

2. Bartimaeus Sequence (first 3 books)

3. Inheritance Sequence (first 3 books)

4. A couple books in this mouse series (forgot what it’s called)

5. Series of Unfortunate Events Series

6. DaVinci code by Dan Brown

7. Quite a few books that are tales of the mice/rats with human traits that carry swords and fight and have castles. It was quite good.

8. Another series that was pretty damn good that should be made into a movie. Forgot what it was called but it was like “the Merlin series”. It is about the childhood of Merlin the wizard

9. The Alchemist (good book recommended by Will Smith. One of the most sold books of all time)

Thinking of more I can’t remember… Will come back

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