Non Investing Books for Investors (Must-Reads) | Phil Town

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Warren Buffett spends 80% of his day reading and attributes much of his success to it. Having a great reading habit can help you make more money. Watch this video to find out the top 6 non-investing books I recommend reading!

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27 thoughts on “Non Investing Books for Investors (Must-Reads) | Phil Town”

  1. Hello Phil!
    Thank you for sharing your successful strategies with us.
    The book by Stephen R. Covey, "The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People"
    In nowadays, it is important to be a decent, correct person with good ethics.

  2. I was a little disappointed that your list didn't include The Bible, especially since at least 2 of those books were about philosophy and higher powers. The Bible is all about the one and only higher power, and believe it or not, there's some investment advice in there too.

  3. Stealing Fire – Steven Kotler & Jamie Wheal – Perfect example of not judging a book by it’s cover. Fascinating read

    The celestine prophecy – James Redfield – Read this in one sitting; mind changing

    The power of now – Eckhart Tolle – Life changing

    Principles – Ray Dalio – currently reading; simply can’t put it down

  4. Great suggestions – added the ones I haven't read to my reading list. I loved both Atlas Shrugged and Thing & Grow Rich. I recently read two phenom books that I highly recommend and relate to investing. Natural Born Heroes by Christopher McDougall and Nicholas Guy Smith about a group of miliary misfits who conquered the Nazis on the island of Crete in World War II. Great because it explains how to use our all our resources and add some new unique ones to accomplish feats way beyond our wildest expectations. Also The Upstarts by Brad Stone and Dean Temple that explains how Uber and AirBnB became profitable business juggernauts in less than 10 years while helping many other people make good money in the sharing economy.

  5. 5:41 Phill is talking about

    yoga-sthah—steadfast in yoga;
    karmani—your duty

    this is a sanskrit sholkh and this is the first line of it. Full shlokh is
    "yoga-sthah kuru karmani

    sangam tyaktva dhananjaya

    siddhy-asiddhyoh samo bhutva

    samatvam yoga ucyate"

    Meaning below:
    Be steadfast in yoga, O Arjuna (name of the warrior). Perform your duty and abandon all attachment to success or failure. Such evenness of mind is called yoga.

    basic meaning:
    don't worry about the result, do the correct deed and take action.

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