Money: Master the Game

By Tony Robbins
Tony Robbins is able to captivate a readers attention like no one else. He is larger than life, but is still able to connect with everyone he meets. I’ve interviewed hundreds of successful people, but Tony is truly in a league of his own with his passion and enthusiasm. I’ll be honest, his book, Money Master the Game, is not an easy read, but it is worth putting in the time. 


 

 

Money Queen’s Guide

By Cary Carbonaro
Financial Grownup Cary Carbonaro has been an incredible friend, mentor and source for me. Her book walks women through the decades and guides them on what they need to do to be financially successful. 
 


 

Smart Mom Rich Mom

By Kimberly Palmer
As a business journalist and mom, I relate to so much of what Kimberly Palmer has to say in “Smart Mom, Rich Mom.”  Palmer combines updated classic common sense with actionable modern advice in a way that is motivating and encouraging.  She is like a personal money cheerleader to
get moms on the right track at just the right time.
 


 

Cold Hard Truth on Family, Kids & Money

By Kevin O'Leary
Kevin O’Leary may act like a shark on his hit show “Shark Tank” but when it comes to advice about money, he’s the best friend you will ever have. I interviewed Kevin regularly for Reuters, and he knows his stuff. He is as blunt as ever in “The Cold Hard Truth” books, but he’s right. Read the book and follow the directions. 


 

The Opposite of Spoiled by Ron Lieber

By Ron Lieber 
Ron Lieber’s book is a personal favorite, and a great roadmap for parents who, well, don’t want spoiled kids. Ron uses relatable real- life examples of how families are confronted with tough decisions raising their children, and provides actionable specific solutions we can all implement. I am personally a fan of the audio version, with warm and funny Ron’s narration.


 

The New American Diet by Stephen Perrine

By Stephen Perrine 
I was thrilled when my friend Stephen Perrine agreed to offer his advice on healthy eating. He explains in the book that to be financially successful, you have to be healthy. But you also have to be financially smart about how and where you spend your money on the right foods. He is such an inspiration. For more of his incredible expertise on how to eat the best food, and be as healthy and focused as possible- check out his classic The New American Diet. 


 

Get Rich Carefully

By James Cramer
Jim Cramer has become an American icon. Despite his larger-than-life personality on his show, as per his book title, he advocates responsible investing. His enthusiasm for the American dream is infectious, and has helped countless fans achieve their dreams. This is just one of his many fantastic books.


 

Zillow Talk

By Spencer Rascoff and Stan Humphries
I’ve been fortunate to interview both authors of what has become the new gold standard of real estate books. Zillow’s data on the real estate market is second to none. The best part of Zillow Talk is that Spencer and Stan break it all down into a great read. As I talk about in my book we all have to deal with real estate in some form or another, so everyone can relate to fascinating findings of Zillow Talk.


 

Sprinkle Glitter On My Grave 

By Jill Kargman
Everyone needs a break from getting smart about money. Jill Kargman’s latest novel is the best way to have some laughs, and relax. The star of the Bravo hit comedy “Odd Mom Out” and countless hysterically funny novels delivers once again with “Sparkle Glitter on my Grave”.


 

Wildflower

By Drew Barrymore
Jill’s sister-in-law Drew Barrymore is one of my favorite actresses, ever since she won hearts as a 6-year old in Steven Spielberg’s ET. It was such a thrill to learn about her blossoming (as Drew would say- pun intended) businesses and get her grownup advice for my readers. Learn more about this iconic American actor/budding mogul in her New York Times Bestseller “Wildflower’.


 

The Index Card: Why Personal Finance Doesn’t Have to Be Complicated

By Helaine Olen and Harold Pollack
I could not put down this excellent book by my friend Helaine Olen and her co-writer Harold Pollack. They cut through all the clutter and noise out there, and help readers get to the heart of what really matters to get their finances in order. The Index Card is a great tool for anyone who feels overwhelmed by information overload and just wants to get their finances in order, and move on to enjoy their life


 

Secrets of an Organized Mom

By Barbara Reich

Must-read book by the top organization expert Barbara Reich. She will transform how you approach your stuff and in turn your financial well being.