by George S. Clason
A classic read which should be studied by all beginning from childhood on up.
This book, through the use of parables, teaches the fundamentals of creating relationships in life and the wealth which results from those relationships.
Starting with the principle of saving and moving quickly on to savings’ second half…controlling expenses…this little booklet goes on to show how to increase your savings, guard your savings, make the place you live be profitable instead of a liability, and ends up detailing how to insure a future income for yourself while increasing your ability to earn more at the same time.
Though written in 1933 about events and people in ancient Babylon, Clason’s message is as current and germane for the twenty-first century as if it was written yesterday.
Review by Tomas McFie