Adrian Brambila’s pick is “Quit Like a Millionaire”, by Kristy Shen and Bryce Leung
At 21, Adrian Brambila was making $ 27,000 per year as a customer service representative at a retirement company. Now, at 32, he has a net worth of around $ 4 million. Brambila gradually found ways to increase his net worth by learning new skills and learning to invest.
He currently has three main sources of income: investment, rental real estate, and an online subsidiary and e-commerce company that provide him with passive income.
One of his best books is “Quit Like A Millionaire: No Gimmicks, Luck, or Trust Fund Required”, by Kristy Shen and Bryce Leung.
âWhat I like about this book is that the authors are not a few hundred millionaires. They have amassed just enough money and found a formula to withdraw the minimum amount of good investments from ETFs that allows them to travel the world, pay little or no tax and live intentionally, âBrambila told Insider.
His main lessons to take away from reading were how to manage money and invest in low-cost ETFs.