The Richest Man In Babylon is a classic tale in the personal development world and I just found a great audio version of the story that highlighted the 3 top lessons.
If you’ve never heard of the Richest Man In Babylon, it’s a story written by George S. Clason in the early 1900’s.
It tells the tale of Arkad and how he came to become the Richest Man In Babylon under the guidance of his mentor Algamish.
Here’ s a brief summary of the story to give you some perspective.
This morning before my morning meditation I was reading a chapter in Ask And It Is Given by Jerry and Esther Hicks.
This is an excellent book that really ought to be mandatory reading in school instead of Jane Eyre or Wuthering Heights (I never did like those novels)
In the second part of the book they share a number of “processes” or “games” that you can play to learn to tap into the Law Of Attraction and develop a prosperity consciousness.
Here’s a quick video I shot earlier today about the Prosperity Game so you can put it into practice and start building your own prosperity mindset.
Learning about and understanding how money and investing works, is a foundational key to creating a life of freedom from the Rat Race. Without a solid financial IQ, even a cash windfall can result in bigger hardships.
Here are a few of the financial lessons you’ll learn from playing Cashflow.
What Is Tax Freedom Day Anyway?
I like the sounds of it, until I realize what it really means.
I mean, who wouldn’t want to be “free from taxes”?
Tax Freedom Day is:
Could you become a One Minute Millionaire?
Could you create $1,000,000 in 90 days?
Even if you didn’t, how would an extra $100,000 over the next few years change your life?
It’s a bit of a scary statistic, and actually, when you compare the number of millionaires in North America vs. the number of people in North America it’s more like 1 in 150!
Globally the number drops to 1 in 600.
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