The Richest Man In Babylon by George S Clason is one of the few audio books I have enjoyed – and one that I think everyone should read/listen to frequently: it’s the early 20th century version of Dave Ramsey’s Total Money Makeover (another great book).
The advice/suggestions in this book are things I didn’t listen to soon enough – and I’d hasten to help anyone do earlier what I didn’t 🙂
If you take nothing else from this book, follow the first “law”:
The first 10% is mine to keep
From a Christian perspective, that should be reworded to “the second 10% is mine to steward” (if you presume the first tenth belongs to God).
This sounds difficult – but if you incorporate that single principle into your financial thinking early, you will be very well served later in life.