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This author believes that if you’re poor it's because you think like a poor person. Conversely, if you're rich it's because you think rich. Eker also believes that people who are poor basically program their children to be poor by giving them a worldview that makes it impossible for them to accumulate wealth. However, don't worry. According to this book if you start thinking like a tycoon you can be one, too.
9. Think And Grow Rich – Napoleon Hill
This book dates back to the 1930s when the author interviewed a number of millionaires and philanthropists, including the steel tycoon, Andrew Carnegie. As a result, this book is a perennial best seller of self-development that encourages the notion that "greed is good" – so long as you are willing to share your wealth.
10. The Richest Man In Babylon – George Clason
This book is built around psuedo biblical parables about attaining wealth. It has inspired investors since the early1920s. Like many of the personal finance books that followed this one, The Richest Man In Babylon stresses saving rather than spending. It also maintains that charitable giving is just as important as getting rich so long as you don't permit the people you help to become dependent on you.