Reading List

Here at The Thrive Vine we love learning, and credit the knowledge we’ve aquired to reading some amazing books. We want to share these amazing books with you! Every book that we feel played a significant part in our lives through a personal, career, or investment standpoint we add to this list. Please browse our catalog and be sure to check back for new entries. We welcome you to check out some of these amazing reads:


Early Retirement Extreme: A Philosophical and Practical Guide to Financial Independence by Jacob Lund Fisker



The Simple Path To Wealth by JL Collins – This book, which is really a work of art, is a huge game changer in anyones investment career. Whether you are just starting out or are an experienced investor, JL Collins maps out how wealth can be simply accrued by living within your means, and investing in total stock market indexes. If you want to retire or have enough money to walk away from your job one day; this book is for you.


Principles by Ray Dalio – Have you ever realized that we often run into the same problems? How many times in our lives do we realize that the situations and circumstances that we run into are purely repetative? In Principles, Ray Dalio takes a logical and methodical approach to problem solving. This work not only focuses on how to help your decision making in your personal life but at work as well. It’s a fantasic read for anyone who wants to optimize their decision making and overall efficiency


Quiet: The Power Of Introverts In A World That Can’t Stop Talking by Susan Cain – Are you maybe shy around large groups of people or enjoy a steady stream of nights in? No there’s nothing wrong with that! You’re ten to one an innie. In Susan Cain’s book Quiet she explores how introversion isn’t just found in some of the most successful people on the planet but how introversion and the art of listening is a downright superpower!

Never Split The Difference: Negotiating Like Your Life Depended On It by Chris Voss – Hands down one of the best books on negotiating out there. Chris Voss (a former FBI hostage negotiator) take you through amazing negotiation techniques lead by empathy and thoughtfulness. Whether you are negotiating salary, student loans, real estate, or any other transaction this is a wonderful book to read.

Psychologically Unemployable by Jeffery Combs – Are you entrepreneurial? Or maybe have a full time job but like to have a side hustle. This is a great book for those of us who might not want to work for someone else.

Leaders Eat Last by Simon Sinek – It doesn’t get much better than Simon Sinek. Simon is an absolute genius at workforce optimization and providing anthropological reasons justifying the way we feel in certain situations. This is a tremendous read for everyone and will bring a great self awareness to your work related interactions.

Start With Why by Simon Sinek – Can you tell I’m  a big Simon Sinek fan? Everyone has a “why” but how do you explore it? Whether you are picking a major, career, or business scope; this is a fantastic read to tap into and reflect upon.

Crush It by Gary Vaynerchuk –  Gary Vee! is probably the biggest entrepreneur of our time. The man was one of the first youtubers and supports and encourages sincere hustle and grit. In this book Gary really explains how to cash in on your passion. Everything you love to do can be achieved using the technology you use everyday.


Set For Life by Scott Trench – Scott Trench, a member of biggerpockets, did an amazing job writing about how to achieve financial freedom while making a modest salary. A wonderful book to read if interested in financial freedom.


Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki – The foundation for many investors. Rich dad poor dad paints the picture that many of the wealthy have. It has made me think of money in a different way.