The Richest Man in Babylon: With Study Guide

The Richest Man in Babylon: With Study Guide

George S. Clason Theresa Puskar / Nov 13, 2019

The Richest Man in Babylon With Study Guide The Richest Man in Babylon is a classic insightful financial motivational guide that has lead many generations to monetary and personal success This deluxe edition of this classic work includes a

  • Title: The Richest Man in Babylon: With Study Guide
  • Author: George S. Clason Theresa Puskar
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  • Page: 441
  • Format: Kindle Edition
  • The Richest Man in Babylon, is a classic, insightful, financial, motivational guide that has lead many generations to monetary and personal success.This deluxe edition of this classic work, includes a 21st century study guide filled with practices and exercises that will help you be all that you are capable of, as you fill your conscious and subconscious mind, heart, and sThe Richest Man in Babylon, is a classic, insightful, financial, motivational guide that has lead many generations to monetary and personal success.This deluxe edition of this classic work, includes a 21st century study guide filled with practices and exercises that will help you be all that you are capable of, as you fill your conscious and subconscious mind, heart, and soul, with positive energy and life enhancing ideas Start your journey of self discovery and be on your way to accumulating all of the riches that you desire.Learn how to acquire money, keep it, and put it to work to make even money It s one of the bestselling financial books of all time, having sold millions of copies, and now you can put it to work for you

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      • George S. Clason Theresa Puskar

        George Samuel Clason, also known as George S Clason George Samuel Clason was born in Louisiana, Missouri, and died in Napa, California.During his eighty two years he was a soldier, businessman and writer He served in the United States Army during the Spanish American War.Clason started two companies, the Clason Map Company of Denver Colorado and the Clason Publishing Company The Clason Map Company was the first to publish a road atlas of the United States and Canada, and did not survive the Great Depression.George Clason 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 parables and the most famous ones were compiled into the book The Richest Man in Babylon.


    505 Comments

    1. A bit too contrived for me, but if the usual jargon-filled financial independence advice leaves your head spinning or eyes wiggling, give this a shot. It covers all the key points in a series of stories. Very easy to read, very good advice just a bit heavy handed is all.


    2. nice tale based guide for getting out of debt and building profits. and a great reminder what was life like in ancient times when a creditor was able to sell you into slavery.


    3. Great book 5000 years of greatness !!love this book ,from start to finish all the stories are so eye opener for us today


    4. What a great book!!!Should have read this book years ago. I recommended The Richest Man In Babylon with everyone I know. This should be a must read for everyone!!!


    5. Dear Jim Rohn, I am officially part of the 10%. I read the book. Moreover, I am happy to report that I am walking, if not slowly, the path. I am saving 10%. I am thinking more treasure and less about trinkets. For anyone considering the book, I would relay that reading it as an adult is like reading "The Little Engine that Could" for self-motivation. Veiled in allegory with noticeable moth-holes, there are certain undeniable truths woven into this narrative. While I wish this had been read to me [...]


    6. a quick read that's worth it's weight in gold Having just read this book in record time, I can tell you that its lessons, while not unknown to the common man, are presented in such a way as to drive home their point, while keeping you engaged in the narrative. The study guide included in this edition serves as a nice little summation of the main points at the end of each chapter. I found it helpful as a quick review to further strengthen the lessons of the story. I am beyond thrilled to have dis [...]


    7. Third readingThe fundamentals don't change. Good to reintroduce myself to the time tested truths about managing money and embracing opportunity. No matter where you are on the path, this is a good read.



    8. Read the real book. This version takes tiny blurbs of the real thing and overlays common business book jargon. The full stories are much more powerful.


    9. Everyone should have to read this book. Quick and to the point. All kids graduating from high school, anyone who has to earn a living, should all read it.




    10. Did not like the book at all. The book is trying to give business advices by telling stories. It is much of a novel than a business book.


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