The Richest guy in Babylon
and The Magic Story - By George Clason and Frederic
Van Rensselaer Dey
Brand New Unabridged 1 CD 1 Hour
Two classic allegorical dramatizations about building wealth and
achieving individual success.
The Richest Man in Babylon
George Clason's all-time motivational classic comes to existence in this sound
dramatization adapted by the Napoleon Hill Foundation. It is the story of Akrad,
a guy of humble of origins; a easy tradesman who was generally recognized to become the
richest guy in Babylon.
Regardless of who you may be or what function you do, safety, riches, and all
that comes with them is yours by combining discipline and imagination with
these deceptively easy yet universally deep principles of saving and
investing. You too could become the richest guy in Babylon.
The Magic Story
Something was happening to all of Jay's friends-they were becoming
self-confident, setting goals, and achieving success, and it was all due to
a story which was being told to them by a mutual friend, Sturtevant.
Sturtevant, the trying artist and bad credit risk, had gone through an
amazing transformation-he was today a guy of supreme self-confidence with far-reaching
goals and amazing dreams. What had caused this miraculous change? He told
Jay of the hand-written pages he had stumbled across in an aged book-of the
story, a magic story, that had unleashed a modern and fantastic force within him
and changed his lifetime.
Take a journey of discovery. Here in this magical drama are real truths and
genuine solutions to the challenges that face us all. Do you need to transform
your existence from just what it is to what you desire it to become? Take a listen-when the
story ends, the real magic starts.
About the Author George S Clason
George Samuel Clason was born in Louisiana, Missouri on November 7, 1874. He
attended the University of Nebraska and served in the United States Army during
the Spanish-American War. Starting a extended profession in publishing, he founded the
Clason Map Company of Denver, Colorado, and published the initially road atlas of
the United States and Canada. In 1926, he issued the initially of the distinguished series
of pamphlets on thrift and financial success, utilizing parables set in historic
Babylon to create each of his points. These were distributed in big quantities
by banks, insurance providers and companies and became familiar to millions,
the many distinguished being "The Richest Man in Babylon." Today, these Babylonian
parables have become a contemporary classic and are assembled in the book titled "The
Richest Man in Babylon."
About the Author Frederick Van Rensselaer Dey,
Frederick Van Rensselaer Dey, son of David Peter Dey and Emma Brewster (Sayre)
He was educated at the Havana (N. Y.) Academy, and later was graduated within the
Law School of Columbia University. For a time he practiced law and was a junior
partner of William J. Gaynor (afterwards Mayor of New York and very well-known for
having been photographed while being shot in the head). Dey took up story
composing for amusement while convalescing from a severe disease, and later created
it his lifetime function. His initial lengthy story was created for Beadle and Adams in
1881. In 1891, Street & Smith involved him to continue a series of novelettes,
started by John R. Coryell, relating the adventures of the detective called Nick
Carter. It is mentioned that Dey wrote between 1 thousand and eleven 100 "Nick
Carter" stories, but besides these he wrote more severe books, some for
adults, and serials. Two of his earlier books, before his dime-novel days, "The
Magic Word" and "The Magic Story," created in 1899, were very prevalent and
are mentioned to have passed through twenty editions, and his "Night Wind" stories,
created under the pen name "Varick Venardy," were equally sold in big numbers.