The ancient Babylonians were the first people to discover the universal laws of prosperity. In his classic bestseller, The Richest Man in Babylon, George S. Clason reveals their secrets for creating, growing, and preserving wealth.Through these entertaining tales of merchants, tradesmen, and herdsmen, you'll learn how to keep more out what you earn; get out of debt; put your money to work; attract good luck; choose wise investments; and safeguard a lasting fortune.
"As a young man, I came across George Samuel Clason's classic 1926 book The Richest Man in Babylon, which offered commonsense financial advice told through ancient parables. I recommend it to everyone."
"The Richest Man in Babylon" is a valuable resource for anyone looking to gain financial literacy and discipline. The book's use of parables and storytelling makes it an engaging and accessible read, while its timeless financial lessons are still relevant today."
This book is not really about money, it is about creating the life you want. A part of that is deciding what role you want money to play in it. We all have money in our lives, what matters is that you master money and it doesn’t master you. The secret
The book is a story of Robert Kiyosaki, the author and narrator, who has two dads: the biological father (the poor one), and the other dad who was the father of his close childhood friend. Both dads taught the author how to achieve success but from different perspectives, and throughout the
Today we live in a trying economic environment. Every day, popular financial advisors exhaust us to hunker down, play it safe, and protect ourselves from an uncertain future. To the voices who promote fear and doubt, understanding the psychology of wealth will provide you with balance, wisdom, and optimism.
In tilling the soil, in honest trading, in all of man's occupations, there is opportunity to make a profit upon his efforts and his transactions.
The more of wisdom we know, the more we may earn. That man who seeks to learn more of his craft shall be richly rewarded.
I found the road to wealth when I decided that a part of all I earned was mine to keep. It should be not less than a tenth, no matter how little you earn. It can be as much more as you can afford. Pay yourself first.
Budget thy expensesthat thou mayest have coins to pay for thy necessities, to pay for thy enjoyments, and to gratify thy worthwhile desires without spending more than nine-tenths of thy earnings.
Study thoughtfully thy accustomed habits of living. Herein may be most often found certain accepted expenses that may wisely be reduced or eliminated.
Wealth, like a tree, grows from a tiny seed. The first copper you save is the seed from which your tree of wealth shall grow. The sooner you plant that seed the sooner shall the tree grow. And the more faithfully you nourish and water that tree withconsistent savings, the sooner may you bask incontentmentbeneath its shade.
Consult with wise men. Secure their advice of those experienced in the profitable handling of gold. Let their wisdom protect thy treasure from unsafe investments.
Usurious rates of return are deceitful sirens that sing but to lure the unwary upon the rocks of loss and remorse.