Written in the 30′s, the Richest Man in Babylon is as relevant today as it has ever been. Told in the manner of Fables and tales of ancient babylon, it describes really well the nature of money and how to keep it.
In simple terms it outlays how you can keep aside a little, and by living within your means, secure enough to invest. That investment should grow and be reinvested so that it becomes a living thing. Your investment will grow and your money will work for you so that you may, at some point, be able to work at helping your money work for you.
While not a very large book, it’s teaching is invaluable and it is one of only a handful of books that will sit on my desk in full view, so that I can pick it up and browse it’s short stories periodically to remind me that it is the small things done consistantly that build wealth.
Wealth is gained gradually and by doing the right things consistently.
� Highly recommended.