The theme of Logics of Prosperity will take some time to develop and then be transcribed onto the Internet, through my blog, but in the meantime, I would write this :
You know, W. Clement Stone, publisher of Success unlimited, as well as Owner of the Combined Insurance Company of America, was one of the richest people in his days. When he died, he was worth $800 million, I have read somewhere.
And he said he was influenced by two books: Think and Grow Rich, and The Richest Man in Babylon.
TAGR says, briefly, a person will achieve what his heart desires the most, through application of 16 success principles.
Richest Man says, briefly, that to become rich, grow and harvest your talents as well as physical resources;
and make the habit of saving 10 percent of your money each week or each month, but regularly.
After five years, you will have sufficient capital to start a business of your own.
Then starts the fun of working 60-hour weeks, 50 weeks every year. If luck too is on your side, in 5-years of
applying this concept, you probably will be a millionaire!
Save 10 percent of your income for 5-years, start your own business, and work 60 hour weeks x 50 weeks for
5 years, till you reach the status of Millionaire. How does that sound?
I am a dreamer, a writer, but I communicate with people who have made wealth, people who work for those
who own wealth, and people who write on this subject.
I will write about Ron G. Holland, author of Talk and Grow Rich, sometime soon.