Books We Read

Thinking About Money and Lifestyle

  • Rich Dad, Poor Dad – Robert Kiyosaki – What The Rich Teach Their Kids About Money That the Poor and Middle Class Do Not
    • This is one of those books that is completely context-changing.  If you haven’t read this yet, drop every book you’re reading and knock this out in a day or two.  It’s that important. -JS
  • The 4-Hour Workweek – Tim Ferriss – Escape 9-5, Live Anywhere, and Join the New Rich
    • This is another very influential book.  If you’ve ever read a book, then thought afterward, “I don’t even remember how I viewed the world before this book”, then you know exactly how I feel about this one.  Another must-read. -JS
  • Secrets of the Millionaire Mind – T. Harv Ecker – Mastering the Inner Game of Wealth
    • This book is so good. It sounds snobby, but it forces you to face your prejudice against rich people and fears of money.  It forces you to examine how those ideas are affecting your personal income, retention of wealth and the massive amounts of debt that may be knocking at your door. I will always point back to this book as the turning point in my life when I finally took responsibility for my money problems. -DS
  • Tribes We Need You to Lead Us – Seth Godin
    • As Joel and I look out and see the change that is coming due to the audience age we wonder what all this change means for us. Godin has some amazing insight in what this means for leaders, the music industry and “tribes”. I love this concept and it brings me to the conclusion that we all need more leaders. Are you one of them? Check out this book. Do it for the team!