June 24, 2009
Listen to the free wealth building & personal finance audio books, podcasts, and lectures with these 15 free resources on audio & video. For the past five years we've featured hundreds of free audio & video resources as part of our Free Resource of the Day Emails. From these resources we've selected the top 15 free resources covering wealth building & personal finance. You can check them all out by clicking the links below:
1. Millionaire Upgrade
Download this free audio book of wealth advice by Richard Parkes Cordock. Drawing off some of the ideas of Napoleon Hill's Think & Grow Rich and inspired by the true story of a flight with Sir Richard Branson, Millionaire Upgrade tells the story of man who gets on a plane and sits next to a self-made millionaire who lets him in on the secrets of his business success. The book contains entrepreneurship advice for anyone looking for something more than being a standard employee at a job they aren't passionate about. It's narrative structure provides for very enjoyable listening with key lessons emphasized along the way. This audio book is available to download for free from Audible.com, and it's also available on MP3 audio download from the Millionaire MBA website. We've provided links to both on our page.
2. The Fundamental Principles of Personal Wealth
Listen to this free audio book entitled The Fundamental Principles of Personal Wealth. This motivational, one-hour audio book examines the methods for gaining wealth in all aspects of one's life. It covers how to shape one's thoughts and emotions in order to thrive in the area of wealth. This audio book is available on MP3 download from TFPPW.com.
3. Money Girl's Quick and Dirty Tips for a Richer Life Podcast
Money Girl Laura Adams provides some great finance & investment tips on this excellent addition to the Quick and Dirty Tips series of podcasts. She gets straight to the point in clear language regarding the money topics she is covering. In recent podcasts she gives basic tips on optimizing your credit score, getting the best mortgage, starting out in investing, and a whole lot more in over 60 podcasts on the feed. It's a great way to get clear overview of the often confusing world of personal finance & investing.
4. Wealth Wisdom Podcast
Listen & subscribe to LearnOutLoud's latest podcast release: The Wealth Wisdom Podcast. In the coming weeks we'll be showcasing classic wisdom on business & finance from many wealth & success classics. We're offering for free Benjamin Franklin's The Way to Wealth, which is an essay written by Franklin that contains a condensed collection of the wealth advice he had presented in Poor Richard's Almanac during its first 25 years of publication.
5. Rich Dad's Podcast
Rich Dad's Podcast features audio lectures and videos from Robert T. Kiyosaki, the author of the classic book on wealth & personal finances: Rich Dad, Poor Dad. Kiyosaki summarizes ideas in his book explaining the lessons he was taught by the "rich dad" and "poor dad" that he grew up with. The podcast also includeds videos with advice from inside The Rich Dad Company.
6. Extra Tips for The Freeway Guide to Maximizing Your Money
In this downloadable offering from the The Freeway Guides, financial expert Peter Bielagus gives tips to maximize your money. He covers ways to improve your credit score, to pick your financial advisor, to choose the right loan for a home. and how to get the most out of applying for financial aid. This title is available on MP3 download directly through LearnOutLoud.com.
7. Mary Buffett: The Tao of Warren Buffet
As Warren Buffet's daughter-in-law, Mary Buffett learned the investment wisdom of Buffet over the course of 12 years and then wrote her bestselling book Buffetology. In this 30-minute talk delivered at Books, Inc. Mary Buffet talks about her latest book The Tao of Warren Buffett and provides some of the basic principles which Warren Buffet uses when he decides what to invest in. Learn the methods which Warren Buffett used to turn $105,000 into $20 billion. This talks is available on streaming video and MP3 download from FORA.tv.
8. Oprah.com's Money Channel Podcast
Listen to or watch Oprah.com's Money Channel Podcast. In this podcast Oprah Winfrey chats with financial expert Suze Orman about a financial action plan for 2009. During the webcast listeners call in and ask Orman questions and she provides a lot of sound financial advice in this one hour and 30 minute podcast. She provides tough answers regarding credit cards, personal expenses, and more for surviving in these challenging financial times. Learn about personal finance in this podcast from Oprah.com.
9. Money, Mission & Meaning Podcast
Listen to this podcast from PersonalLifeMedia.com called the Money, Mission & Meaning Podcast hosted by CEO Mark Micheal Lewis. This podcast explores ways to unite personal meaning and professional mission in business. Lewis interviews a number of corporate coaches, entrepreneurs, and other business leaders who are creating synergy between purpose and profitability. Lewis also explores on his own the psychology behind goal setting, and what does and doesn't work. It's an interesting podcast for those looking to discover more meaning in their work life.
10. Kiplinger's Personal Finance Podcast
Whether you have a diversified investment portfolio or you are interested in starting to invest some money, Kiplinger's Personal Finance Podcast provides you with bi-weekly advice with dozens of podcasts going all the way back to a year ago. These podcasts keep you up to date on the changes that are happening in the investment world. Topics currently on the feed include retirement, getting rich, investing in "green" companies, and much else.
11. Free: The Future of a Radical Price (Unabridged)
Editor-in-chief of Wired Magazine Chris Anderson follows up his bestselling book The Long Tail: Why the Future of Business Is Selling Less of More, with his new book Free: The Future of a Radical Price. And in practicing what he preaches, Anderson and his publisher Hyperion are giving away his new audio book for free! We've listened to the prologue and it sounds like a very interesting book regarding the future of business in the digital age. You can download this audio book unabridged on iTunes, Audible.com, and Wired.com. Or you can download the abridged version from the Hyperion website if you enter in your email address. Both versions are narrated by Mr. Anderson himself.
12. Financial Evolution: Inspiration for Debt-Free Living
Download and listen to this free 3-hour audio book written and read by Greg M. Wells who provides a personal account of ways to control your finances and remain debt free. With a background in sales & advertising as well as communications & voice over, Wells is able to provide methods for avoiding the lure of advertising when one cannot afford big purchases. He also delivers numerous methods on how to budget one's finances and reduce debt. Wells' narration of the audio book is enjoyable and highly listenable. This free audio book was published through our TeachOutLoud service and is available on MP3 download.
13. Phil Town's Rule Number 1 Podcast
Listen to author Phil Town's investment advice on his Rule #1 Podcast. Town's Rule #1 for investing is "don't lose money" and all of his advice stems from this rule. Following the advice of investors Benjamin Graham and Warren Buffett, Town is a regular guy who gives practical advice to investors who don't have many hours of week to spend analyzing their stocks. Enjoy these free 15-minute podcasts from Phil Town.
14. Suze Orman at Google
Bestselling author and financial advisor Suze Orman spoke at Google last year delivering a lot of great financial advice with candor and wit. She starts the talk by telling her rags to riches story from living in a van in Berkeley, California and working as a waitress to learning about finance and becoming a top employee at Merrill Lynch. Orman's advice focuses on the current state of the economy and what to do and not to do when it comes to credit cards, real estate, retirement plans, and a lot of other big personal finance issues. Watch this one hour talk of Suze Orman at Google.
15. Ragged Dick
Listen to Horatio Alger, Jr.'s success classic Ragged Dick. Famous for his rags to riches stories, Horatio Alger wrote over 100 novels in the 19th century. Most of them deal with characters which rose out of poverty to achieve the American dream of wealth and success through hard work, courage, and determination.
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