Everything you need to understand or teach The Richest Man in Babylon by George Samuel Clason.
George S. Clason presents a series of stories about the ancient Babylonians that are meant to teach the reader lessons about personal finance. The stories begin with that of Bansir, who is a chariot maker struggling to provide the luxuries his family desires. Each chapter then builds upon this initial story, reiterating past lessons and introducing new ones so that the reader is able to gain a gradual understanding of how to manage their personal finances based on simple principles.
Clason's structuring of the stories allows the reader to gradually work through the basic tenets of Babylonian finance. The author begins slowly by presenting a character that the reader can easily identify with, Bansir. Bansir is a man who works hard at his job but still feels that he is not earning as much as he would like too and wishes to be able to buy the finer...
The Richest Man in Babylon Lesson Plans contain 111 pages of teaching material, including: