The Richest Man in Babylon

Money Matters

14 January 2010 | 0 Comments

My last article discussed how to have a winning strategy about money.

It was picked up from a program I attended last month. Do read that article now, to catch up with this one, if you haven’t already.

The line of thinking adopted in that program was taken from this book: The Richest Man in Babylon.

Suffice for me to say that I was in heavy credit-card debts with almost no savings to my name when I first read that book. The book gave me hope, and more importantly, gave me practical ideas I could implement right away. Yes, right away.

I straight away implemented the first lesson in the book: Start thy purse to fattening and the rest as they say, is history.

Very valuable and practicable the lessons were in this book.

I ask you to go get your copy from your favourite bookstore, and buy half-a-dozen of them.

Keep one for your self and the rest is given away as presents: birthdays, anniversaries, festivals, even weddings, what have you. Forget that bottle of fragrance.

Read this book cover to cover within the first day of buying it. I can almost guarantee you that you will not put this book down.

Thereafter read it every other week, and at least once a month for 2-years. I read this book again last month after 2-years and still picked up distinctions from it.

Let all the lessons sink in. Absorbed. And then implement one lesson at a time. These lessons and practices must be right down to our DNA, to be passed on to the next generation.

A certain Kiyosaki bloke can eat his heart out, but this book, The Richest Man in Babylon is a class on its own. Because you can implement the lessons right away, and yes, I mean right away, you will be encouraged to take progress.

I am deeply enriched by book, and I now with gratitude share this book with you.

Yes, be the richest man!

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