Synopses & Reviews
The Richest Man in Babylon
, is a classic, insightful, financial, motivational guide that has lead many generations to monetary and personal success.
This series of delightful short stories offers invaluable economic tips and tools for financial success that have withstood the test of time, and are still applicable today. These lessons are relayed through legendary tales set in ancient Babylon.
Listeners will learn how to acquire money, keep it, and put it to work to make even more money.
It's one of the bestselling financial books of all time, having sold millions of copies, and now you can put it to work for you!
About the Author
George Samuel Clason (November 7, 1874 - April 7, 1957 ), also known as George S. Clason, was born in Louisiana, Missouri, and died in Napa, California. During his eighty-two years he was a soldier, businessman and writer. He served in the United States Army during the Spanish-American War. Clason started two companies, the Clason Map Company of Denver Colorado and the Clason Publishing Company. The Clason Map Company was the first to publish a road atlas of the United States and Canada, and did not survive the Great Depression. George Clason is best known for writing a series of informational pamphlets about being thrifty and how to achieve financial success. He started writing the pamphlets in 1926, using parables that were set in ancient Babylon. Banks and insurance companies began to distribute the parables and the most famous ones were compiled into the book The Richest Man in Babylon