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Summary

The ancient Babylonians were the first people to discover the universal laws of wealth. The Richest Man in Babylon reveals their timeless secrets. Through this entertaining parable, you'll learn how to:

  • Keep more of what you earn
  • Put your savings to work for you
  • Get out of debt
  • Choose wise investments
  • Increase your earning power
  • Safeguard a lasting fortune

For decades, people have turned to the story of The Richest Man in Babylon to learn the fundamentals of finance. In this new rendering by Charles Conrad, the classic tale is retold in clear, simple language for today's listeners.

©2013 Best Success Books (P)2016 Best Success Books

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Meh story and uncharismatic narrator

Narrator with the charisma of a wet sock.

OK. basic rules for wealth. save 10%, Invest 20%, don't splurge or borrow excessively. be a good person

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  • Amazon Customer nutbutter
  • 13-07-18

wisdom at hand

contained on this book is great wisdom. Most will pass because ,being 6 simple rules,either their own belief that they intrinsically know this content. Or plain disbelief that the road out of ruin can be so simple.Its not however,for most,due to human nature rebellion toward disciplined spending. As in most things,they rather not have to think about what they do. This applies in all areas of life today. If one really thinks about it!

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  • Jim McKenna
  • 13-04-18

Not complete book.

Very misleading. Only 27min. Get the full version which is 4 hours. This was a waste of a purchase.

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  • I love it
  • 23-08-17

Short and to the point

This book pretty much straight forward and to the point. Easy enough for me, I did not get lost in unnecessary extras.

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  • Darb
  • 22-03-17

Not the whole book.

Not the whole book. Could do wirthout the echo effect on the narrator. Otherwise good.