I love learning and I love teaching people what I learn. I thought it would be useful to create a page where you can come to to find out information for yourself on your bookkeeping/small business needs. I will update this page as I learn more things, so please keep coming back to it.
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I love reading, I learn so much from reading. I want to share with you what books I recommend to read, so click on My Recommended Books page and have a look through.
If you are like me and don’t have time to actually read books you can also do what I do and listen to them through Audible. I love using Audible and would love for you to Try Audible and Get Two Free Audiobooks.
Some books that I highly recommend you read and need a special mention are:
Think and Grow Rich: Original Version (1937 Edition) You Were Born Rich: Now You Can Discover and Develop Those Riches The Go-Giver: A Little Story About a Powerful Business Idea The E-Myth Revisited: Why Most Small Businesses Don’t Work and What to Do About It
“You are the average of the five people you spend the most time with.” – Jim Rohn
I love this quote and it is quite true, but this doesn’t mean that you have to dump all your friends and find new ones 🙂 I have chosen to interpret this quote to mean that I needed to get 5 mentors to help me grow and develop my businesses. Following are some that I chose.
I have been listening to, reading and learning from Dan Miller for quite a few years now. Dan is a Career Coach who helps employed/unemployed/self employed people. If you want to read to his blog, you can find it here or listen to his podcast here. He has also written a few books that I would highly recommend you read.
Andrew Carnegie/Napoleon Hill
Andrew Carnegie was born into poverty in Scotland in 1835. His family moved to the U.S. in 1848 with barely a dollar to their name. By 1901, Andrew Carnegie was the richest man in the world.
He became an Industrialist who made his fortune in the American Steel Industry.
From 1901 to the time of his death in 1919 he was a Philanthropist and had gave away 90% of his fortune – $380 Million ($4.76 Billion in 2015).
In 1908 he started working with Napoleon Hill to document all of the strategies that made him a legendary business man and philanthropist.
When Napoleon Hill began his career writing about success, Andrew Carnegie gave him his “10 Rules of Success” that provided a foundation for much of his work.
Both Napoleon Hill and Andrew Carnegie are inspirational and I encourage you all to spend some time reading their books.
Michael Hyatt is the author of the New York Times bestseller, Platform: Get Noticed in a Noisy World it is also a Wall Street Journal, USA Today, and Amazon bestseller.
He helps high achievers acquire the leadership skills necessary to win at work, succeed in life, and reach their potential.
Pat Flynn makes his living on the internet. He is one of my main recourses when I am needing to know things for Ask the Bookkeeper. From what to include in a website to how affiliate links work, Pat has all the answers. He has a blog and a Podcast that I read and listen to every week.
Pat also runs a Facebook group called The Smart Passive Income Community that I am a member of. It is so good to connect with like minded people, be able to ask questions and have them answered and also to read other peoples questions and realise they have the same issues/problems as you do and you solve them together.
I have known about John Dumas and Entrepreneur on Fire for quite a few years now, but I have only just recently really got into connecting with him