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Publisher's Summary

Denis Waitley narrates the classic book written by George S. Claison in 1926, which offers financial advice through a collection of parables set in ancient Babylon. Through their experiences in business and managing their personal affairs, the characters in the parables learn simple lessons in financial wisdom, as relevant in the 21st century as they were in antiquity.
As a result of this book, the use of parables to impart timeless wisdom that can be applied to present-day challenges in living successfully became popular, as evidenced by global best sellers The Greatest Salesman in the World, The One-Minute Manager, and other recent self-help books.
A recognized pioneer in the personal development movement, Denis Waitley is one of the most respected and listened-to voices on high-performance achievement. The author of 18 nonfiction books, his audio album The Psychology of Winning is the all-time best-selling program on self-mastery. The Richest Man in Babylon, according to narrator Denis Waitley, greatly influenced his understanding of the cornerstones upon which to build financial security. A banquet of priceless knowledge on capital accumulation, both philosophical and practical.
What you will learn:

Part of all you earn is yours to keep
Seven cures for a lean purse
The five laws of gold
The goddess of good luck
The secrets of the five clay tablets
How Babylon's history applies to today's world

©2015 Denis Waitley (P)2015 Gildan Media LLC
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By M. Omer on 04-13-17

Not really unabridged

Would you recommend The Richest Man in Babylon to your friends? Why or why not?

This was listed as unabridged, but Mr. Waitley did change the order the book is in, and he changed the words to be more like how we speak today. Besides that, he also adds in his own commentary, which isn't bad, but annoying when trying to follow along with the paper copy of the book.

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By Kindle Customer on 10-02-17

an invaluable life and investment classic.

this ABRIDGED audiobook offering summarizes several of the author's topics but is otherwise inferrior to the version recorded by Grover Gardner.

pay the extra cash, get the real deal: "The Richest Man in Babylon", recorded by Grover Gardner.

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By S Nulty on 09-19-17

Truly one of life's must read books.

An unbelievable story still relevant today. Great for anyone looking to improve their financial situation or get out of debt. A must read/listen book. 10/10

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