Books I've Read

I’ve read books in English, French, and Arabic. Both fiction and non-fiction.

Mostly, I’ll post here non-fiction English books. At least, the ones that I can recommend and might be relevant to most of you.

Also, I’ll skip the books that I read but don’t remember much of them. I spent a decade reading without taking notes. Please don’t do like me. It’s such a waste.

This section is only meant to spark your interest in books. So I’ll only write my impressions and three notes from the books. For more details, summaries and reviews, you can find them on Amazon or any other source.

For a faster research, you can click on any tag below to find the books of your interests.

The Richest Man In Babylon

The Richest Man In Babylon

Over 4 million copies sold

George S Clason

I haven't become wealthy after reading this book, but my saving habits improved. It contains common-sense (but often forgotten) money management principles. The younger you read this book, the better it is. Furthermore, this classic of personal finance is short and easy to read.

Three notes from the book:
1- A part of all you earn is yours to keep. It should be not less than a tenth no matter how little you earn. It can be as much more as you can afford. Pay yourself first.
2- Opportunity is a haughty goddess who wastes no time with those who are unprepared.
3- That what each of us calls our "necessary expenses" will always grow to equal our incomes unless we protest to the contrary.


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