Ramsey, an American businessman, and author is best known for his work in the area of financial advice.
He has written several books on the topic, including The Total Money Makeover and The Legacy Journey. Ramsey is also a radio host and television personality. In this article, we will share some of Dave Ramsey’s favorite books.
48 Days to the Work You Love by Dan Miller
Are you stuck in a job you don’t love? Feeling unfulfilled and searching for something more? You’re not alone. In his book, “48 Days to the Work You Love”, Dan Miller provides readers with a step-by-step guide to finding their dream job.
Through personal stories and biblical wisdom, Miller shows readers that it is possible to make a living doing what they love.
Boundaries by Henry Cloud
In his book, Boundaries, Henry Cloud explores the concept of personal boundaries and how they can impact our lives.
He defines a boundary as “a personal property line that marks the space between me and not-me.” We need boundaries in order to have healthy relationships with others. Without them, we can end up feeling overwhelmed and taken advantage of.
Building a StoryBrand by Donald Miller
Donald Miller has written several books on the subject of branding, but his book, Building a StoryBrand, is by far the most comprehensive and practical guide out there.
If you’re serious about marketing your business in a way that actually works, then you need to read this book.
Business Boutique by Christy Wright
Christy Wright’s Business Boutique is a book for women who want to start their own businesses. In it, Wright offers practical advice and encouragement for would-be entrepreneurs.
Wright begins by outlining the three biggest myths about starting a business: that you need a lot of money, that you need to be an expert in your field, and that you need to have a groundbreaking idea. She debunks each of these myths and provides readers with actionable steps for getting started.
Debt-Free Degree by Anthony ONeal
Debt-Free Degree by Anthony ONeal is a book that provides readers with a step-by-step guide on how to pay for college without going into debt.
The book begins by discussing the importance of choosing the right college and major, as well as how to get scholarships and grants. It then goes on to provide advice on how to budget for college expenses and how to avoid student loans. Overall, Debt-Free Degree is an informative and helpful guide for anyone looking to attend college without going into debt.
EntreLeadership by Dave Ramsey
In his book EntreLeadership, Dave Ramsey provides readers with an in-depth look at what it takes to be a successful leader in business. He draws on his own experience as a successful entrepreneur to provide readers with practical advice and guidance.
Ramsey begins by discussing the importance of having a clear vision for your business. He then goes on to talk about the importance of setting goals and taking action steps to achieve those goals. He also talks about the importance of effective communication, teamwork, and problem-solving skills.
Everyday Millionaires by Chris Hogan
In his book, Everyday Millionaires, Chris Hogan argues that becoming a millionaire is not as difficult as one might think.
He cites statistics that show that the number of millionaires in the United States has been increasing in recent years and argues that with the right mindset and financial plan, anyone can become a millionaire. He provides readers with practical advice on how to save and invest their money so that they can achieve their financial goals.
Free to Focus by Michael Hyatt
In his new book, Free to Focus, Michael Hyatt lays out a plan for achieving greater productivity and satisfaction in both your work and personal life.
Drawing on his own experience as a successful entrepreneur and CEO, he shows you how to identify and eliminate the distractions that are keeping you from reaching your full potential.
With Hyatt’s system, you will learn to focus on what’s most important to you, set clear goals, and create routines that support your productivity. He also provides helpful advice for dealing with common obstacles like procrastination, perfectionism, and resistance to change.
Whether you’re looking to make a career shift or simply get more out of your current job, Free to Focus will give you the tools you need to achieve greater success and satisfaction in all areas of your life.
Guerrilla Marketing by Jay Conrad Levinson
In his 1985 book Guerrilla Marketing, Jay Conrad Levinson introduced the concept of unconventional marketing strategies for businesses with limited resources. Since then, the book has become a bestseller and Guerrilla Marketing has become a household name.
The book is full of creative and cost-effective marketing ideas that any business can use to get noticed and attract new customers.
Whether it’s creating a memorable slogan, organizing a flash mob, or setting up an eye-catching display, Levinson shows how to get people talking about your business.
With so many businesses competing for attention these days, it’s more important than ever to think outside the box when it comes to marketing. If you’re looking for some fresh ideas, Guerrilla Marketing is definitely worth a read.
Gazelles, Baby Steps & 37 Other Things by Jonathan Acuff
Jonathan Acuff’s Gazelles, Baby Steps & 37 Other Things is a book about taking small steps to reach your goals.
The book is divided into four sections: “Taking Small Steps”, “Finding Your Passion”, “Getting Stuff Done”, and “Making Time for What Matters”. Each section contains tips and advice on how to achieve success in life.
Acuff’s tips range from the simple (take baby steps towards your goals) to the more complex (find your passion in life). However, all of his tips are rooted in the belief that success comes from taking action and making progress – even if it’s just a little bit at a time.
Good to Great by Jim Collins
In his book Good to Great, Jim Collins seeks to answer the question of what makes a good company great. He does this by looking at companies that have made the transition from good to great and identifying commonalities between them.
One key finding is that the companies that made the transition had what Collins calls a “Level 5” leader at the helm. These leaders are characterized by a deep commitment to doing whatever it takes to make their company successful, even if it means sacrificing their own interests.
Another finding is that these companies were all able to articulate a clear and inspiring vision for their future. This gave everyone in the organization a sense of purpose and direction and helped them focus on what was truly important.
How To Win Friends and Influence People by Dale Carnegie
When it comes to self-help and business books, few titles are as well-known as Dale Carnegie’s How To Win Friends and Influence People. First published in 1936, the book has sold millions of copies and has been translated into dozens of languages. In it, Carnegie lays out his simple but effective techniques for winning friends and influencing people.
Carnegie believed that the key to success in both personal and professional relationships is simply treating others with respect and understanding. He advocated for listening more than talking, being interested in others rather than trying to get them interested in you, and always behaving in a kind and polite manner.
While some of Carnegie’s advice may seem obvious, his techniques have proven to be timeless.
Linchpin by Seth Godin
In his book Linchpin, Seth Godin argues that the key to success in the modern economy is to become a linchpin: an individual who is indispensable to their organization.
Godin observes that in today’s world of constant change and disruption, organizations are increasingly reliant on these types of individuals to keep things running smoothly.
He urges readers to develop their linchpin skills and attributes, such as creativity, empathy, and problem-solving ability, in order to succeed.
Godin’s book has been praised by many business leaders and thinkers for its insights into the modern economy.
For example, billionaire investor Warren Buffett has said that Linchpin is “required reading for anyone who aspires to be in management.” If you’re looking for a guide on how to Succeed in today’s economy, Linchpin is a great place to start.
Love & Respect by Emerson Eggerichs
In his book Love & Respect, Emerson Eggerichs argues that the key to a successful marriage is understanding and respecting your spouse’s needs.
He contends that men need to feel loved, while women need to feel respected. Only when both partners feel loved and respected will they be able to fully give themselves to the relationship.
Eggerichs backs up his claim with research and real-life examples. He provides readers with practical tips for showing love and respect in their marriage. His book has helped thousands of couples improve their relationship.
If you’re struggling in your marriage, or even if things are going well but you want to take it to the next level, Love & Respect is a great resources.
Love Your Life, Not Theirs by Rachel Cruze
When it comes to our finances, it’s so easy to compare ourselves to others and fall into the trap of thinking we need what they have. Rachel Cruze’s book “Love Your Life, Not Theirs” is all about learning to live below your means and being content with what you have.
Cruze starts off by sharing her own story of growing up in a family that struggled financially. She learned early on the importance of money management and being responsible with her finances. Even though her family didn’t have much, Cruze says they were always happy because they loved their life – not someone else’s.
One of the biggest lessons Cruze learned is that we all have different money personalities. Just because someone else can afford something doesn’t mean we can or should too.
Necessary Endings by Henry Cloud
Endings are a part of life. We end relationships, jobs, and even phases of our lives. While endings can be painful, they are also necessary. Without endings, we would never be able to move on and begin something new.
Dr. Henry Cloud is a bestselling author, clinical psychologist, and leadership consultant who has spent his career helping people navigate through difficult transitions. In his book Necessary Endings, he explains why endings are so important and provide readers with the tools they need to make the most of them.
One Question by Ken Coleman
Ken Coleman’s book, One Question, is all about helping the reader find their dream job. In it, Ken Coleman walks the reader through a series of questions designed to help them figure out what they’re passionate about.
The book is divided into three sections: Know Yourself, Explore Your Options, and Take Action. Ken Coleman provides readers with practical advice and inspiring stories throughout the book.
QBQ! The Question Behind the Question by John G. Miller
In his book, QBQ! The Question Behind the Question, John G. Miller provides readers with a simple but profound way to improve their lives by changing the way they think about and ask questions.
The main idea behind QBQ is that we should be constantly asking ourselves questions that begin with “What can I do to…?” rather than “Why did this happen to me?” or “Who’s to blame for this?” As Miller points out, the latter two types of questions usually lead to a victim mentality and/or finger-pointing, neither of which are helpful in solving problems or achieving goals.
Quitter by Jon Acuff
In his book, “Quitter”, Jon Acuff shares his own journey of overcoming the fear of failure and becoming a successful author and speaker. He also provides readers with the tools they need to pursue their own dreams.
Acuff’s message is simple: don’t be afraid to fail. He points out that many successful people have failed multiple times before they achieved their goals. The key is to keep trying and never give up on your dreams.
The book is divided into three sections: “The Lie”, “The Truth”, and “The Plan”. In “The Lie”, Acuff exposes the false belief that we need to be perfect in order to succeed. This perfectionism paralyzes many people and prevents them from taking any action at all.
“The Truth” section reveals that the only way to achieve our goals is through hard work and persistence.
Rhinoceros Success by Scott Alexander
In the Rhinoceros Success book, Scott Alexander provides readers with tools to help them achieve their goals.
He covers topics such as how to get motivated, how to stay focused, and how to overcome procrastination. Readers will also learn about the power of affirmations and visualization. With these tools, anyone can achieve their dreams.
Start by Jon Acuff
Start is the debut book by Jon Acuff, published in 2013. The book topped The New York Times Best Seller list for advice and How-To books.
Start is about making your dreams come true. It’s a guide to doing what you love and being successful at it. The book is divided into four sections: Find Your Calling, Start with Why, Do the Work, and Finish Strong.
In the first section, Acuff helps readers find their calling. He talks about how to identify your passions and gifts, and how to find a career that makes use of them. The second section is all about starting with why.
Acuff explains that most people start with what they do rather than why they do it, but the key to success is starting with your purpose and passion. In the third section, Acuff tackles the work itself.
Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters by Meg Meeker
In her book Strong Fathers, Strong Daughters, Dr. Meg Meeker argues that fathers play a critical role in the development of their daughters.
Dr. Meeker is a pediatrician and mother of four who has counseled countless girls and their parents. In her book, she shares what she has learned from her years of experience.
Strong Mothers, Strong Sons by Meg Meeker
In her book Strong Mothers, Strong Sons, Dr. Meg Meeker explores the vital role mothers play in the development of their sons. Dr. Meeker is a pediatrician and mother herself, and she brings a wealth of experience to this subject.
Dr. Meeker argues that mothers are the biggest influence in their sons’ lives, and that the relationship between mother and son is crucial to his development. She provides advice on how mothers can nurture their sons and help them grow into strong, confident men.
This book is an important read for any mother of a son. It will help you understand your son better and give you guidance on how to best support him as he grows up.
The 10 Habits of Happy Mothers by Meg Meeker
A mother’s happiness is not only important for her own well-being, but also for the health and happiness of her family. In The 10 Habits of Happy Mothers, Meg Meeker provides mothers with a roadmap to a happier, healthier life.
The first habit is to take care of yourself. A happy mother is one who takes care of her own needs, both physical and emotional. When you are at your best, you can be at your best for your family.
The second habit is to make time for your friends. A strong support system is vital for a happy mother. Spending time with friends helps you relieve stress, laugh and enjoy life outside of motherhood.
The third habit is to nurture your marriage. A happy mother has a strong relationship with her husband.
The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership by John C. Maxwell
In his book, The 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership, John C. Maxwell lays out the essential principles that every leader must follow in order to be successful.
These laws are based on years of experience and observation, and they provide a framework for anyone who wants to improve their leadership skills.
The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People by Stephen R. Covey
Stephen R. Covey’s The 7 Habits of Highly Effective People has sold over 25 million copies in 38 languages since its initial publication in 1989. The book continues to be one of the most popular business books of all time.
In the book, Covey presents a holistic, integrated approach to personal and professional effectiveness.
The 7 Habits are based on principles of universal truth, and they are as relevant today as they were when the book was first published. If you want to be more effective in your personal and professional life, start by adopting these 7 habits.
The E-Myth Revisited by Michael E. Gerber
In his book The E-Myth Revisited, Michael E. Gerber seeks to dispel the myths surrounding entrepreneurship and small business ownership.
He argues that the popular image of the entrepreneurial “hero” is a myth, and that the vast majority of small businesses are actually run by “technicians” who are good at their trade but lack the business acumen to truly succeed.
Gerber goes on to argue that these technicians often mistakenly believe that they can simply apply their technical skills to running a business when in reality it is a completely different skill set.
He provides readers with an alternative model for success, which he calls the “entrepreneurial operating system.” This system focuses on creating repeatable systems and processes that can be followed by anyone, regardless of their individual skills or talents.
The Go-Getter by Peter B. Kyne
In “The Go-Getter,” Peter B. Kyne tells the story of a young man’s journey to success. William Peck is an orphan who has nothing to his name but a few dollars and a lot of determination.
He sets out for California with the hope of finding his fortune. Along the way, he meets many challenges and makes many friends. With hard work and perseverance, he eventually achieves his goal. This inspiring story shows that anyone can succeed if they set their mind to it.
The Go-Giver by Bob Burg
Bob Burg’s The Go-Giver is a book about the power of giving. In a world where it often seems like everyone is out for themselves, The Go-Giver shows that the most successful people are those who focus on giving to others.
The book provides readers with practical ways to make a difference in the lives of those around them, whether it’s through acts of kindness, volunteering, or simply being a good listener. If you’re looking for a way to make a positive impact on the world, this is definitely the book for you.
The Legend of the Monk and the Merchant by Terry Felber
The Legend of the Monk and the Merchant is a book by Terry Felber that tells the story of a monk who leaves his monastery in search of treasure. He meets a merchant who has a map that leads to a lost city.
The monk and the merchant set out on their journey and find themselves in danger from bandits and monsters. They eventually reach the lost city, but the monk is captured by the city’s ruler. The merchant helps the monk escape and they return to the monastery with the treasure.
This book is an exciting adventure story that will keep readers entertained from beginning to end. The characters are well-developed and likable, and the plot is fast-paced and exciting. Readers who enjoy adventure stories will definitely want to check out this book.
The Proximity Principle By Ken Coleman
In his book, The Proximity Principle, Ken Coleman reveals the powerful impact that proximity can have on your career success.
According to Coleman, proximity is defined as “the physical or metaphorical distance between you and the opportunity or experience you desire.” In other words, it’s about being in the right place at the right time.
Coleman argues that proximity is one of the most important factors in achieving career success. He cites research that shows that people who live close to where they work are more likely to get promoted and earn higher salaries.
Thou Shall Prosper by Rabbi Daniel Lapin
Rabbi Daniel Lapin’s book, Thou Shall Prosper, is a guide to financial success from a biblical perspective. In it, Lapin argues that the Judeo-Christian tradition contains principles that are essential for achieving financial success.
Lapin begins by discussing the importance of work and how it is an expression of our God-given talents. He then goes on to talk about the importance of thrift and how it can help us achieve our financial goals.
Finally, Lapin discusses the role of charity in financial success. He argues that giving to others not only helps them but also brings blessings back to us.
Lapin’s book provides an interesting perspective on financial success. His argument that the Judeo-Christian tradition contains principles that are essential for achieving financial success is compelling.
Who Moved My Cheese? by Spencer Johnson
In his book, Who Moved My Cheese, Spencer Johnson tells the story of two mice and two humans who are faced with change. The mice, Sniff and Scurry, are able to adapt to their new surroundings quickly when their cheese is moved. The humans, Hem and Haw, find it much harder to accept change.
Johnson uses this simple story to illustrate how we can all deal with change in our lives. He shows that it is important to be open to change and to be able to adapt quickly when something happens that we didn’t expect.
Who Moved My Cheese is a quick read that is full of wisdom about how to deal with change. It is a book that everyone can benefit from reading.
You’ve Got This by Meg Meeker
In her book, You’ve Got This, Meg Meeker offers parents guidance on how to support their teens through the challenges of adolescence. Meeker is a pediatrician and mother of four, so she has a wealth of experience to draw from.
One of the most important things that parents can do for their teens is to remain calm and supportive, even when their child is acting out. It’s also important to set boundaries and stick to them.
For example, if your teen is staying out later than you’ve agreed upon, don’t give in and let them stay out all night. Instead, enforce the consequences you’ve established ahead of time.
In conclusion, books recommended by Dave Ramsey are all excellent choices for anyone looking to get their finances in order. They provide a great foundation for financial success and provide readers with the tools they need to make sound financial decisions.