King Solomon was one of the most successful entrepreneurs of his time. He provided the master keys to success in the Book of Proverbs in The Bible. This book of the Bible points the way to riches beyond measurement in money while helping an individual live a successful and prosperous life. The amazing wisdom of King Solomon is very relevant, useful and timeless for people in all walks of life.  Following King Solomon's ancient wisdom from 3,000 years ago will help you to grow spiritually and increase your wisdom while also helping you to prosper and attain riches that are not necessarily measured in money.

I recommend for your reading the book "The Richest Man Who Ever Lived: King Solomon's Secrets to Success, Wealth, and Happiness" by Steven K. Scott. Reading and adopting the principles of this book will change your life.

P.S. A great companion book to the one noted above is Living on the Ragged Edge by Charles Swindoll. To quote the description of the book at Amazon: "Living on the Ragged Edge opens the pages of an ancient journal, the Old Testament book of Ecclesiastes. In this very personal, unbelievably honest book, King Solomon chronicles his search for satisfaction, experiencing everything the world offered. The wisest man who ever lived, he certainly had the intelligence and the vast resources to pursue whatever his heart desired. Solomon had it all. He did it all with abandon. And he came to the end of his days with the ultimate secret for the "good life.

Do you want to know the secret? Do you want to know how to find joy and peace in this world gone mad? In this bestseller, Charles Swindoll delivers his characteristic insights and wisdom in an exploration of the book of Ecclesiastes and brings home to you Solomon's powerful message for living at its best."

Related: The Maxwell Leadership Bible

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