If you think you have read hundreds of finance books and still have not mastered the art of managing your finances, you might have missed reading this classic – The Richest Man in Babylon.
This hardcover edition features a new format for easy reading. This book has the “secrets” to making money and more money and keeping the money as well. Clason’s writings were distributed in financial institutions, including banks, insurance companies, investment houses, and employers.
This book offers a gateway to thrift and good financial planning that will lead to the road to prosperity and financial success. The timeless message of moneymaking and money keeping is what motivates readers to encourage others to read the book if you are one of those looking for a tale that will change your perspective in finances, grab a copy of this book and live to tell the tale.
About the Author
Clason authored The Richest Man in Babylon in 1926. Clason is an American writer best known for his series of informational pamphlets on saving and achieving financial success. His writing notably included parables from ancient Babylon, and the pamphlets were compiled to become a book. He studied at the University of Nebraska and rendered service in the United States Army during the Spanish-American War. Clason is known by his words, “Pay yourself first.”
Table of Contents
The classic book is a collection of pamphlets written by Clason with the use of parables in the Babylonian setting. The book is presented with the following contents:
- The Man Who Desired Gold
- The Richest Man In Babylon
- Seven Cures for a Lean Purse
- Meet the Goddess of Good Luck
- The Five Laws of Gold
- The Gold Lender of Babylon
- The Walls of Babylon
- The Camel Trader of Babylon
- The Clay Tablets from Babylon
- The Luckiest Man in Babylon An Historical Sketch of Babylon