What I like best: Clason's work with TRMB is touted as one of the most important finance books of all time. It's only 110 pages long but packs a wealth of knowledge. It is the epitome of simple and actionable. Published in 1926 and still selling copies today, it surely has stood the test of time. Clason uses ancient Babylonian principles to guide the reader with story after story of timeless personal finance lessons. You will meet the goddess of luck, the luckiest man in Babylon, the gold lender of Babylon, and of course the richest man in Bablyon. You will learn the 7 cures for a lean purse, 5 laws of gold, and the golden rule - "a part of all you earn is yours to keep." Overall it is a fun, quick, and impactful read on an extremely important topic. Pick it up, read it, and engage - let me know what you think!
Best Quote: "Our acts can be no wiser than our thoughts."
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