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  1. I read I’ll teach you to be rich and loved it. I’m looking forward to the rest on the list. I know it’s an older video but I was like 151. Lol and the last book is a short one “The ritchest man in Babylon.” If you happen to read it let me know what you think!

  2. I stopped reading books after I graduated college. But this summer I found out that you can check out ebooks online for free at my public library and I started reading a ton of books! The free library resource has made reading more accessible for me.

  3. I was thumbs up #72. I'm trying to recall the last book I read… I read at a sufficient rate that it's hard to keep track. I do know that the last financial book I read was The $1000 Project by Canna Campbell (thanks to my local library for buying it so I don't have to)
    If you haven't had a chance to do the drawing yet, please exclude me Brad – I know shipping to me would cost you crazy money – and I can add all of the books you suggest onto my reading list.
    Also, I know he's about a week old now, but congrats to you and Tara on Brody's birth.

  4. I've finished reading Playing With FIRE. It took 2 weeks and 2 days. Thete was one capter that felt like all was for nothing, but the story ended well. Scott And Taylor and thete daughter went on a big life change trip. It was funny how in my head I kept saying "Come on Taylor". She was not on bord at first. Now thete lives are great and it looked like anybody can do that too. I espically liked that his name was Scott. This is not the boring (all by the numbers) book. It was agood book

  5. I've figured out recently that I haven't read enough financial books. I'm not pressuring myself right now, but I have started reading one: I Will Teach You to be Rich (I got it at FinCon). Ramit was the opening keynote speaker and was very inspirational! I think I am going to make one of my goals for next year be to read more financial and even personal development books and for now I'm just going to get to what I get to. Lately though, I've really been upping my reading. This year's goal was to read one book a month (any genre and most likely fiction as that's what I enjoy). But currently I have a book in my purse to read at any time (The Nightingale by Kristin Hannah…amazing book so far by the way), an audio book for every time I'm in the car (The 100 Year Old Man Who Climbed Out of the Window and Disappeared…humorous in a dark kind of way), and I'm reading Ramit's book at least a little at a time before I go to bed. I've also started listening to podcasts for the first time ever and I'm listening while I walk my dog Lucy. I've only listened to 2 so far and I'm taking recommendations! I was like number 64 😁Oh and congrats again on baby boy!!

  6. Number 61! Last book I read was a thriller book called "The Unwanted Guest". Really interested in the books you talk about in this video. Looking forward to buying "Choose FI"!

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