I have so many books in my library that I have purchased (mostly financial topics) that I have been telling myself I need to read but just haven't gotten to yet.
Because of this, and also because I believe the saying "Readers are Leaders", I have made it a goal this year to read at least 2 books a month.
I completed this goal in January by reading "How to Win Friends and Influence People" by Dale Carnige & "Sell or Be Sold" by Grant Cardone
For February, I have already read "The Financial Matrix" by Orrin Woodward & "Who Moved My Cheese?" by Dr. Spencer Johnson
Those were both short reads but since February is the shortest month I figured I would read those.
I am now working on reading "Opportunity" by Eben Pagan and hope to read at least one more before the month is up.
I was curious to know if any other Penny Hoarders had any reading goals this year and how those are going.
I also figure this will make a great place to hold myself accountable to reach my goal by posting the books I read in the following months in the comments.
Any financial book recommendations are greatly appreciated!