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Title : COM4900 : Portfolio of Case Analyses
Compare the four books on my reading list right now are, “The Richest Man in Babylon” by George Clason, “Who Moved My Cheese” by Dr Spenser Johnson,
The four books on my reading list right now are, “The Richest Man in Babylon” by George Clason, “Who Moved My Cheese” by Dr Spenser Johnson, “Never Eat Alone” by Keith Ferazzi, and “The Monk Who Sold His Ferarri” by Robin Sharma. The first book, “The Richest Man in Babylon”, is a book I purchased recently, and which I read halfway so far. It is a great book on how to gradually build wealth, saving and taking care of the wealth. It is a book I have been sharing with my friends, and asking them to read, though I’m yet to finish to the last chapter. This book uses the analogy of Arkad, the richest man in Babylon, who rose from humble beginnings, made some mistakes along the way, but now teaches his fellow townsmen how to create wealth. It talks about the cures for a lean purse, and the five rules of gold. I find this information to be very useful since it enriches one’s mindset on wealth creation. It is very important to know how to manage our income, increase streams of the same, and control our expenditure. Additionally it’s important to learn how to build wealth that will be transferable in many more generations. This information will enable us utilize and make the most from our youth, when we have energy, and also control wastage of our resources through the years.