The Richest Man in Babylon - by George S. Clason
The Ancient Babylonians were the first people to discover the universal laws of prosperity. In this, his classic bestseller, The Richest Man in Babylon, George S. Clason reveals their secrets for creating, growing and preserving wealth.
For eighty years, readers have turned to Clason's Babylonian parables to learn the fundamentals of finance and business. Through these entertaining tales of of merchants, tradesmen, and herdsmen, you will learn how to:
- Keep more of what you earn
- Get out of debt
- Put your money to work for you
- Attract good luck
- Choose wise investments
- Safeguard a lasting fortune
Paperback Book: 99 pages
Version: Eightieth Anniversary Edition
About George S. Clason (1874-1957)
George Samuel Clason (1874–1957) was an American author and businessman who is best known for writing a series of informational pamphlets about being thrifty and how to achieve financial success. He started writing the pamphlets in 1926, using parables that were set in ancient Babylon. Banks and insurance companies began to distribute the pamphlets and the most famous ones were compiled into this incredible book - The Richest Man in Babylon - The Success Secrets of the Ancients. He is credited with coining the phrase "Pay yourself first".
What others have to say about The Richest Man in Babylon
"What can a book written in the 1920s tell modern investors about their finances? A whole lot if it's George Clason's delightful set of parables that explain the basics of money. This is a great gift for a graduate or anyone who seems baffled by the world of finance and a wonderful, refreshing read for even the most experienced investor."
Los Angeles Times.
"My mentor, Jim Rohn, told me to get this book and so I did. Wow! Never had anyone taught me about financial independence before. We didn't get taught this stuff in school. In simple parables, this book has taught me some very simple steps to help me achieve financial independence. I thoroughly recommend it!"
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