Book Club


Hello, dozens community!

Before I started working at Dozens, I was finding it very hard to stay on top of my personal finances. So that got me into reading books on finance, to help me understand and learn more about money. I try to read or listen to at least one money book every month to educate myself about saving, investing, budgeting and wealth building.

Here’s my top 3 list:

Your Money or Your Life by Vicki Robin

The Millionaire Next Door by Thomas J. Stanley

Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert T. Kiyosaki

So what do you read/listen to get a grip on your finances and make your money grow? I am always looking for recommendations, so if you have any good suggestions on personal finance books I’d love to know about them.



Hi @Sheza,

Don’t read much nowadays, but a couple of money podcasts I listen to are FinTech Insider by 11:FS and London Fintech Podcast by Mike Baliman.

I’m semi retired now and they keep me up to scratch with what is going on in the industry.


Highly recommend reading Tim Hale’s Smarter Investing (

A really great book to help new people think about investing and taking steps towards understanding how it all works.


The FinTech Insider is a very cool and interesting podcast with some really great guests. I have not listened to the London Fintech Podcast, yet. Will definitely give it a go! :headphones:


Thanks for the recommendation, I’ve added it to my list. I’ve been dipping my toes into investing recently, but still have a lot to learn about it. :nerd_face:


Hey Sheza!

Unf*ck Your Finances by Melissa Browne is pretty much my bible :grin: There is also a helpful workbook to go with it now. She doesn’t go into great amounts of depth, but I find it really helped me focus on my goals and how I really feel about money.

Mr. Money Mustache’s blog post about debt (News Flash: Your Debt Is an Emergency!!) totally changed my attitude towards my debt situation and is good if you need some motivation/a wake-up call!!


Nice thread! I should read some of those.

I am in the process of planning a book or series of blog posts or articles (depending if I have a chance of being published) about debt, from the perspective of the journey and what is worth knowing and doing (and also not worrying about) along the way. So in other words, not how to avoid it but what to do if a person is in it more than they feel they can cope with.

So if anyone has read any books that cover any interesting or helpful comments on debt, I’d be interested to know about them. As I am not a finance expert, I want to make contact with debt / finance pros who I can quote and reference.


This is a really nice read too for those who like their politics liberal/centre ground/hopeful.

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