Getting rich is surprisingly simple — and it all starts with grasping one key concept: Pay yourself first.
That’s what George S. Clason preaches throughout his 1926 personal finance classic “The Richest Man in Babylon,” a collection of parables from the wealthiest city of the ancient world: Babylon.
Clason opens with the story of Arkad — the son of a humble merchant, of a large family with no hope of inheritance — who grows to become the richest man in Babylon, thanks to wisdom he sought out from a rich money lender named Algamish.
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