Welcome to the March edition of the Kennysbookclub! For people reading my blog for the first time, Kennysbookclub is a monthly post on kennysdiary where I review a book we read together for that month.
This month’s choice of book is THE RICHEST MAN IN BABYLON, written by Author George S. Clason.
The richest man in Babylon is a book based on the Babylonian parables. The author has used this book to educate his readers about the greatest of all inspiring works on the subject of thrifts, financial planning and personal wealth.
This book will prepare you as an individual to the path of freedom from debts and on a definite part to prosperity. George has used this book to inform his readers how to find solutions to their personal financial problems and has revealed in the book, how to acquire money, keep money and how to make more and earn even more money whilst still paying off your debt.
Although, the richest man in Babylon is a traditional ancient book and can be a little bit difficult to understand due to the style of writing used by the author, however, the content in it are effective and achievable. Also, like I said above, if you are looking for a financial freedom book, this this is the perfect book for you.
Kenny’s takeaway quote
“Gold cometh gladly and in increasing quantity to any man who will put by not less than one-tenth of his earnings to create an estate for his future and that of his family.” – George S. Clason.
I like the sounds of the title and the quote from the book is extra ordinary, I havent had the privilege to read the book yet, but in a not shell, what would be your advice to people that are striving for success based on your knowledge from this book?. Great job by the way, looking forward to your next post. 🙂🙂
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Hi, thank you 🙏🏾
My advice to people that are striving for success based on my knowledge from this book, is to make sure anything you earn no matter how small, always pay yourself first. Make sure your debts are paid on time and importantly, know the difference between liabilities and assets.