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The Richest Man In Babylon Review

This is a book you will wish you had read when you thought you knew everything in your teens and early 20s. It is, truly is without a doubt, a book that has changed my life because it has changed my my views and beliefs about how to deal with money
There is no basic premise to this book. The only words that I can find to define what it is, is that it is a foundation stone, upon which you can and will build a great financial future if you adhere to the advice.

This book is a philosophical/practical guide to wealth creation. The book in a sense tells a story. Interwoven into this story are anecdotes, which contain messages. Within the messages are real meanings that when applied to your life and wealth, will create profound change.

I would have to disagree, with some people who say that this is the only book you will ever have to read, on the subject of money. I would recommend that you also read; The Science of Getting Rich by Wallace D Wattles, Born Rich Bob Proctor, Financial Peace by Dave Ramsay..if in debt & Psycho Cybernetics by Maxwell Maltz, as wealth creation will also need new subconscious thinking. With these books, you will create a financial fortress, that will amaze you. I guarantee it.

This book is a brilliant synopsis of timeless ideas, that is a must read for anyone who has set a goal of financial independence. It is both a practical, spiritual and philosophical guide to creating wealth. It should be read in conjunction with the other recommended books. If it is, it will change your financial future forever. A true classic book

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      1. Other great books if you don’t already have them are:
        The Latte Factor by David Bach
        The Alchemist by Paulo Coelho
        Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill
        The Intelligent Investor by Benjamin Graham
        Your Money or Your Life by Vicki Robin
        The Simple Path to Wealth by JL Collins
        Principles: Life and Work by Ray Dalio
        Rich Dad Poor Dad by Robert Kiyosaki
        The Millionaire Next Door by Thomas Stanley PhD and William Danko PhD

        All available in audiobook format too


  1. Thanks for the recommendations. I haven’t heard of most of the authors, although I am a fan of Dave Ramsey.
    There are enormously wealthy people who are deeply dissatisfied with life. I trust these authors cover not only the attaining of wealth, but also the attitude that makes said wealth a blessing. Perspective makes a huge difference. (Hence, the title for my blog. 😉 )

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