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The book tells the story of Tragoas, The Richest Man in Persia, in parable style. It then details its value promise: The 11 Codes of Riches plus Integrity equals Abundance plus Personal Success plus Peace of Mind. This book is a sequel to the all-time best-seller, The Richest Man in Babylon. Free eBooks are available for reviewers.
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The Richest Man in Persia
Tragoas races to dictate the fascinating story of his road to becoming the Richest Man in Persia, as Alexander the Great and his army approach to destroy the city. The book is written in parable style and tells of a past era in an entertaining way that becomes a unique blueprint for success in the 21st century.
This story takes up the first part of the book and includes the principles that made Tragoas rich, but also speaks of his philosophy of success.
Tragoas says that riches come in many forms and the objective should not be just money. He speaks of the attitudes and values that provide the basis for all worthwhile achievement in any field.
After telling the story of his success, Tragoas dictates his 11 Codes of Riches, which form a unique guide for anyone seeking a better life with peace of mind.
The codes include treasure of their own for anyone setting out to improve their lifestyle through investment, or working for themselves or through business. The Seven Business Secrets of the Masters open up a rich vein of advice for anyone thinking or starting a small business.
The Richest Man in Persia contains nuggets of golden advice throughout and would make an excellent gift book for anyone who wants something better, or for young people starting their journey in life.
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Open the book and be transported
What does a man who has the Tee shirt; a man who has been there and done that and can prove it; do for inspiration? He looks to the wisdom of the ancients and applies their hard earned and learned lessons to the present. Before you buy and read and learn and gain inspiration from this book, read the resume of the author, an accomplished business and thought leader, a professional writer and an accomplished teacher, who clearly has applied the principles he has used to drive his own successful careers and his own life. Then open the pages and be transported back to ancient Mesopotamia as he eloquently illustrates how and why some things and some values, like those in the greatest Book of them all, never vary. Perhaps you, like me, will read it for the first time in one sitting before you return to it again and again. This book shall remain, with its many bookmarks and dog eared pages upon my eBook shelf.
Don Darkes. 8th October 2012.
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Reader Reviews for "The Richest Man in Persia"
|Reviewed by Richard Bowers
|Wish you the best of luck on such an ambitous undertaking.|