The Greatest Books For Financial Advisors
How to Win Friends & Influence People by Dale Carnegie 1998 . This is the BEST book for financial advisors.
Think and Grow Rich is all about getting you to the right mindset. When everyone was rushing to California to dig for gold one man was smart enough to think outside the box and noticed everyone was bruising and scraping their knees from digging all day. His name is Levis Strauss and he invented the Jean to help alleviate the pain on the knees. Whether you are an independent financial advisor or working a wire-house firm you will gain great value from this classic. Click HERE to order from Amazon.
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If you’re a financial advisor you know how important managing your time is. Getting Things Done will help you master your schedule and allow you to run the day rather than the day running you!
The Intelligent Investor: The Definitive Book on Value Investing. A Book of Practical Counsel (Revised Edition) (Coll…
Warren Buffet among many other prominent investors identifies THIS BOOK as the only book you need for value investing.
This book teaches you how to spend your time and energy on the RIGHT activities. One of my personal favorites, it’s a great resource for learning how to outsource your non-earning tasks so you can spend your time on the activities that earn you more income. Check it out on amazon HERE.
I will read this book once a year for the REST of my LIFE! This is more than a book, it’s a lifestyle. The 7 habits teaches the principals which lead to fulfilling and successful life. Covey has experience as a performance coach training some of the most influential fortune 500 executives and teams. Covey provides examples from his personal life that deal that illustrate how the principals he teaches changed his own perspective. The book is very powerful and I highly recommend this book not just to be a better businessperson, but a better father, mother, husband or wife.
Haven’t personally read this one yet, but it is on my list because ALL the financial planners I interact with LOVE this book.
The Million-Dollar Financial Advisor: Powerful Lessons and Proven Strategies from Top Producers
An excellent book for financial advisors new to the business. This book provides you with proven strategies, and even scripts to use when prospecting. A MUST have if you are new or thinking about becoming a financial advisor.
This book bleeds passion and marketing. It tells where you should be and why. This book is all about making it happen.