The Way to Wealth: Advice, Hints, and Tips on Business, Money, and Finance
Franklin, Benjamin (Author)
- Title: The Way to Wealth: Advice, Hints, and Tips …
- Publisher: Skyhorse
- Publication Date: 2011
- Book Condition: NEW
is a collection of Franklin’s essays and personal letters on how to
make money, start a business, and save for the future. Essays include
Advice to a Young Tradesman,” which explains how to run a profitable
business; The Whistle,” a charming parable on how to prevent greed from
trumping profitability; and On Smuggling, and its Various Species,”
which reveals the reasons cheaters never succeed. All will help and
inspire you on your glorious way to wealth and prosperity.
Also included is Franklin’s The Way to Make Money Plenty in Every Man’s Pocket,” tidbits from Poor Richard’s Almanack,
personal letters to his sister chock-full of advice for a prosperous
household, and more! In tough economic times, this book is for anyone
who longs for financial stability and growth.
About the Author:
Benjamin Franklin was a writer, inventor,
political theorist, diplomat, and Founding Father of the United States.
He wrote under the pen name of Poor Richard from 1732 to 1757.