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أغنى رجل في بابل By George S. Clason
  • Title: أغنى رجل في بابل
  • Author: George S. Clason
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  • Page: 407
  • Format: Paperback
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    1. George S. Clason

      George Samuel Clason, also known as George S Clason George Samuel 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.

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    1. Books like Richest Man in Babylon, Rich Dad Poor Dad, the Millionaire next door will never go away unfortunately There is too much money to be made in writing them Richest Man in Babylon combines a simple premise with a mysterious title to drag the reader through 150 pages of drudgery that could be summed up in a couple of sentences 1 Save 10% of everything you make 2 Be smart not dumb 3 Invest the money you save.Despite George Clason s the author best, somewhat self serving, intentions America [...]




    2. Redundant Yes Simplistic Yes Necessary Absolutely Reading the book changes one s perspective on personal finances.


    3. This book was absolutely fantastic It really opened my eyes to finances and has changed the way I view them One of the biggest things this book teaches is that no matter what size your income is, 10% of it is yours to keep Another is that debt is an enemy to conquer, not a necessary evil One of the families in the story did this, and had to pay rent on top of it We have long realized that renting and paying interest on a mortgage is about the same Michael and I came up with a spending plan that [...]



    4. Read it 4 years ago, LOVED it, I should read it again Fun to read, interesting, though provoking and but mostly just plain inspiring If you don t have problems with spending too much money no need to read it If you have tons of money and it s not a problem no need to read it If you live on a budget like most of it, enjoy Deserving of its well regarded status of one of the classics of personal finance.







    5. Lo, Money is Plentiful For Those Who Understand The Simple Rules of its Acquisition even Cures for a Lean Purse1 Start thy purse to fatteningFor every ten coins thou placest within thy purse take out for use but nine2 Control thy expenditures3 Make thy gold multiplyNot only did my capital increase, but it s earnings likewise increased4 Guard thy treasures from lossIt is wise to be intrigued by larger earnings when thy principal may be lost I say not5 Make of thy dwelling a profitable investmentE [...]


    6. This is a great starting item for someone who is pressed for time and doesn t want to read a ton of financial books While some of the ideas are archaically written, they remain timeless An obvious one as a person s wealth rises, so do their expenses.Translation, if you want to have money, learn to discipline yourself now and not later Studies show that most lottery winners are bankrupt within a few years and mostly because they lacked self discipline Therefore, the problem is not the lack of mon [...]



    7. My brother passed me this book many years ago His instructions were simple Read it It ll change your life.I read it Did it change my life Yes, in a manner of speaking.There are many of out there who desperately want to learn the basics of handling money But, pick up the latest drudgery from your local bookstore on the subject, and you ll find yourself wading through terms and calculations that may as well be a foreign language.The Richest Man in Babylon takes a different approach It puts the bas [...]




    8. I made a million,today What did you do A book review of The Richest Man in Babylon by George S ClasonHave you heard about The Richest Man in Babylon, by George S Clason first published in 1926, it s a story that maybe you should read When I first read this story I was just a young boy, but it still fascinates me now.My grandfather had given a copy to me to read, and after I finished reading it, I can remember him asking me what I had learnt I can also remember what I said in reply.I explained to [...]


    9. The Richest Man in Babylon is a fantastic book to change your wealth paradigm Originally published in 1926 as a series of booklets, the chapters are a little disjointed, but well worth the read Clason espouses some very simple wealth building principles First, save 10% for yourself Secondly, invest 10% with the advice of knowledgeable and prudent advisers Finally, he recommends using 20% of your income monthly as payments to get out of any debt you may have Clason recommends distributing this de [...]




    10. I have always found books on personal finance exceptionally boring and have avoided reading them because of this.This book however takes the form of stories from Babylonian citizens each touching on an aspect of personal finance save 10% of your earnings, don t rent but rather own property and invest your money wisely so it may grow etc etc None of this is new to me however sometimes you need a reminder to jolt you out of bad financial habits.I can highly recommend this and will be buying it as [...]





    11. book vipers book hunter MANGeorge S Clason published a series of pamphlets beginning in 1926 with financial advice couched in Babylonian parables, which were later combined in book form and given the title, The Richest Man in Babylon Very basic advice and somewhat dated and repetitious, but I can t help thinking that these rules he put forth should be taught in schools as good advice for beginner s handling money Our financial advisor gave us two copies of this slim book for our daughters and th [...]



    12. Clason s 22 42 Seven Cures for a Lean Purse chapter gives you a good overview of the book The seven principles mentioned are the following 1 Start thy purse to fattening2 Control thy expenditures3 Make thy gold multiply4 Guard thy treasures from loss5 Make of thy dwelling a profitable investment6 Insure a future income7 Increase thy ability to earn Average American spends 1.22 for every dollar they make Parker For all the indebted people Clason 108 writes that you should save 10 %, pay 20 % to y [...]



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