In today’s episode, I am going to look at the lessons we can learn from the financial literature classic, George S. Clayson’s, The Richest Man in Babylon.
In 1926, George S. Clason published a series of pamphlets written in parables that was set in the ancient city of Babylon. The book became known as The Richest Man in Babylon
and has become a classic in financial literature. This is one of the books that have had a profound impact on me personally and one of the foundational educational resources for anyone that wants to increase their financial IQ and build wealth.
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