Tragoas, the Richest Man in Persia, scrambles to record on clay tablets his secrets for personal success and wealth as Alexander the Great advances on his city. He desperately wants future generations to understand the need for integrity in life and work and to learn the principles of creating abundance, both financially and in other ways.
He dictates his own success story to scribes and then his 11 Codes of Riches. In both, he abhors greed and advocates generating wealth for the good it can do. He shows precisely, step by step, how to accumulate wealth the safe, ethical way.
This is not a get rich quick book, though real riches are certainly its aim. To put it briefly, The Richest Man in Persia's formula for success is this: The 11 Codes of Riches plus Integrity equals Abundance plus Personal Success plus Peace of Mind.
The Richest Man in Persia is a sequel to The Richest Man in Babylon, which has been called the greatest of all wealth creation and personal success stories. It's still on bestseller lists many years after it was written by George S Clason. Millions of people around the world have been inspired to a better life by Clason's book.
Brian Morgan, author of The Richest Man in Persia, was himself inspired to expand on Clason's work and to add the proven methods and techniques of the 21st century to create today's blueprint for a better life.
He has produced a rags-to-riches story beautifully told as an inspiring and motivating guide to people of all ages. It's for all those who seek a better lifestyle with riches of all kinds.
His vision was to create a beautiful gift book for the young and for all who deserve something better in life.
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