This isn't the #1 best selling personal finance book in history for nothing. The concepts are simple, the implications are monumental. If you haven't read it, do so immediately. If you already have, re-read it.
We all want to be richer and achieve greatness is the data to show that these correlate to fulfillment in life? Christensen is a world-renowned HBS professor and the author of "The Innovator's Dilemma" (the only book Steve Jobs said deeply influenced him). Before you go out to conquer the world tomorrow pick up this "must read" guide on forging your own path to fulfillment.
We all know Pareto's Principle: "In everything in the universe 20% of the inputs are responsible for 80% of the outputs," but this book takes it to a whole new level. The subtitle to this book is "The Definitive Guide to Working Less and Making More," and as somebody who's personal copy is highlighted, underlined, and dogeared on just about every page I can attest to the power of information it contains. This book will help you scientifically prioritize just about any endeavor you pursue.
Sure, we've all heard of Ferriss' modern-day paradigm-chattering masterpiece 4-Hour Work Week, but have you read the other two parts of the trilogy? They're arguably just as good if not better, and don't let their titles deceive you. Although their main text certainly hinges on the secrets behind great cooking and staying fit, it's what's concealed in their subtext that can make a lasting difference in your life.
Are you spending your days doing what you truly love? Do you have some other calling in life, but have mustered the strength, courage, or know-how to pursue it. This book will get you over the hump. Talk about good things coming in small packages, Pressfield makes the absolute most out of every word and iterally blows your mind in 148 pages (some of which contain as little as 4 words). This book enabled me to make changes in my life that are now taking me to the next level, and it will do the same for you if you let it.
Disclaimer: I know the authors of this book quite well, and have even invested alongside them, but that's one of the things that confirms my convictions about this book. If you're looking for a funny, engaging, nearly all-encompassing overview on the intricacies of real estate investing, look no further than this book. It it will leave you in stitches while helping you grow your riches.