Infographic: Seven Vital Principles From The Top Wealth Building Books

Flat Design Illustration Concept Of Time And Money Allocation

Have you ever wondered why so many self-help books don’t seem to help? I think there are basically two reasons for this: The first is that people simply don’t take action on the information in the book. The second reason is that sometimes there’s so much information in the book, it can be difficult to focus on one main learning.  Today’s infographic helps with that, by boiling-down the one vital principle to learn from seven top wealth building books.

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  • Brett

    Thanks for the insights. Some of my favorite books are listed there along with Acres of Diamonds by Russell H. Conwell, The Slight Edge by Jeff Olson, and The Secret of the Ages by Robert Collier.

  • Roman

    Thank you Monty. A much better understanding of the main messages of these books. I like these graphics.

  • Roseanne

    Well, at least now I understand the main messages behind some of the investing books. I’ve read all but the two investing books you mention. Not sure if I want to tackle those yet. Thank you for the explanation and motivation to read. Sometimes all one needs is a little nudge. Thank you!

  • Steven

    Great information. I am putting this into action now. I am going to write my goals down and reverse engineer them in order to align with these principles. I will have a plan for success and not stop until I reach my goal.

  • CC

    You’re right, now it is the opposite too much information available. What I’m doing now is creating my own notes. Thank you Monty, very good material.