Once again, the school season is wrapping up around the country, and it’s time for a slowdown in the advisory business, summer vacations, and a lot (or at least a little!) more time for relaxing and reading books.
As an avid reader myself, I know I’m always eager to hear suggestions of good books to read, and I suspect many of you are often looking for ideas as well. Accordingly, I maintain a list of my top recommended books for financial advisors, and last year I launched my first “Summer Book Reading List” that was very well received, so I’m updated it again this year (at least, for those of you who are up for reading non-fiction books for fun!). The 2014 edition includes a wide range, from a few books about marketing and practice management, to a couple in the realm of psychology and behavioral finance, and a few other non-fiction reads as well.
I hope that you find this suggested reading list to be helpful… and that you share your own suggestions of what you’re reading in the comments at the end of this blog post!