My top 7 financially inspiring books

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As a Millennial female expat teacher, I need to be in charge of my finances so I am fully prepared for the future. Read why here. Every day, I read something about money. I have many financial advice books because not only do they give me practical strategies to plan and invest for my financial future (which is to be financially free before 40!) but I really believe that they have helped me change my attitude towards money and wealth. I now believe that I am capable of becoming a financially empowered expat teacher, which means I am fully committed to fulfilling my financial goals, including saving enough to buy a 4-bedroomed house in my home country, a 3-bedroom apartment in Spain, earn my MA in Applied Linguistics & English Language Teaching, & live for a year in London.

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Here are my top 7 books which I highly recommend you read and put into practice ASAP!

If you want a book to:

Change your mindset towards money and being wealthy:
1. Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki – Click here to read my review of it.
2. Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill – Click here to read my review of it.
3. The Millionaire Next Door: The Surprising Secrets of America’s Wealthy by Thomas J. Stanley and William D. Danko – Click here to read my review of it.
4. Sacred Success: A Course in Financial Miracles by Barbara Stanny – Click here to read my review of it.

Offer practical advice and strategies about how to pay off debt, boost your savings, and become financially free:

5. The Wealth Chef by Ann Wilson – Click here to read my review of it.
6. Millionaire Teacher by Andrew Hallam – Click here to read my review of it.

Be an excellent investment guide, written by a former expat teacher:
7. Millionaire Expat by Andrew Hallam

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If you have any books that you swear by, please add them to the comments below!

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