The Automatic Millionaire, written by the financially savvy David Bach, automatically belongs on the must-read list. I know I do not speak alone when I say that I am not my happiest self when I am concerned with my finances, now and in the future. This book has helped me cast those stressful worries out of my head once and for all. After reading The Automatic Millionaire, you will discover that this book will contribute to your lasting sanity, all while helping you secure a stable monetary state. I must add that this is not a get-rich-quick- scheme. This is a book of straightforward steps to relieve any financial distress and motivation to become a millionaire… easily! Of course, it is not enough to just read the book, one must follow through with the advice that is clearly stated. I encourage everyone to take advantage of this wonderful resource and take the first step and read the book. Then, apply Bach’s strategy and notice some stress seamlessly disappear and silence the doubtful voices in your head.
Even if you are financially stable, I suggest reading this book to understand how money works, and where your dollars are going. Or possibly to double check that you have enough saved for a rainy day because, let’s be realistic, every person will experience some less than pleasant times. And it is better to be financially prepared to conquer the issue and return towards the journey of fulfillment and happiness than to stress and fret about money. Money should never stand in the way of that journey.
I also recommend this book because Bach dedicates a chapter to tithing. I believe giving back is essential for the one receiving, as well as the person that is giving. After reading this chapter, I decided to dedicate some of my time to help a local organization. I hope that this last chapter will enlighten those on the goodness of giving back, and the benefits you reap in return, and I’m talking about more than just in tax deductions, but in the level of personal satisfaction.
This book won’t take long to read, and it is not filled with confusing financial jargon. Everyone can, and should, read this life changing book. And after you do, you will feel empowered, more knowledgeable, and at ease. Don’t miss the opportunity to grow, make a difference, and feel better!
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About the Author: Kathryn Bratslavsky, originally from Moscow, Russia, moved to the States in 1990. She graduated from the University of Connecticut with a degree in English. Kathryn is an avid reader with a variety of favorite authors, like Gibran, Thoreau, Chekhov, Lahiri, Maupassant, Satrapi, and Tolstoy. Kathryn's mission is to provide Happiness Series visitors with an extensive compilation of HS worthy books. Her hope is that the recommended books will inspire and contribute to one's happiness.