Benjamin Franklin's The Way to Wealth was one of the first business books written and its advice endures to this day. This Nayika edition is unique because it includes quotes from Poor Richard's Almanac with the essay The Way To Wealth.
Back Cover Text:
Benjamin Franklin's sage advice to us about becoming wealthy, not only financially but also in our relationships, provides us with encouragement and inspiration. Benjamin Franklin wrote Poor Richard's Almanac, under the pen name Richard Saunders, in which he provided various quotes and maxims to his readers on a regular basis. The preface to one of his Almanac's was titled The Way to Wealth. Written in 1758, The Way To Wealth summarized his thoughts on how to achieve success in business. In this sense, The Way to Wealth was one of the first business books written and its advice endures to this day. Text from the back-cover of the book: Most of us want to be wealthy -- whether we measure wealth in terms of happiness, health, relationships or money. Who better than Franklin to guide us in our journey: he was successful as a statesman, an inventor, a businessman and a family man. The advice he gives is timeless and readily adaptable to our daily lives and habits. It is said that there’s more pleasure in the journey than in reaching its goal; may your way to wealth be a happy one!