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Bob Hampton’s reading list

Interested in shoring up your knowledge about business ownership, business finances or personal finances? Take a moment to browse through this list. Bob Hampton has read every book on the list, and thinks each would be worth your while.
 
by Michael Gerber
This is a must read of every business owner. It will change the way you think of your business and the way you should run it.
 
by Richard Nelson Bolles. Ten Speed Press.
In its 44th edition, What Color is Your Parachute has been described as a self-help book that actually helps. It has a number of exercises and strategies to help bring clarity to what you want to be when you grow up. If you are in a place where you are feeling stuck and need to ponder what your next act will look like, this is an excellent resource.
 
by Thomas J. Stanley and William D. Danko, Longstreet Press
This book is the result of the authors' study of the affluent and how they got that way. As a result of over 20 years of research, they concluded that most millionaires are self made, and acheived that status by living significantly below thier means..
 
by Dave Ramsey. Thomas Nelson
This is a must read for everyone. It will help you set a clear path for getting out of debt and leading the life you dream of. There's a workbook as well.
 
by T. Colin Campbell, Thomas M. Campbell (II). BenBella Books.
Granted, this is not a business or financial planning book in the traditional sense. However, it is an eye opening effect of the American diet on our long term health. Given the long term uncertainty over the American health care system and the prospect of living longer than we ever dreamed, it makes sense to make intentional choices to ensure that our later years are healthy years.
 
We're always looking to add to the reading list. If you have read a book you find particularly useful or thought-provoking, you are encouraged to email details to bob@impartfinancial.com.