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In this short, powerful book, multimillionaire and bestselling author Steven K. Scott reveals King Solomon’s breakthrough strategies to achieve a life of financial success and personal fulfillment. Steve Scott flunked out of every job he held in his first six years after college. He couldn’t succeed no matter how hard he tried. Then Dr. Gary Smalley challenged him to study In this short, powerful book, multimillionaire and bestselling author Steven K. Scott reveals King Solomon’s breakthrough strategies to achieve a life of financial success and personal fulfillment. Steve Scott flunked out of every job he held in his first six years after college. He couldn’t succeed no matter how hard he tried. Then Dr. Gary Smalley challenged him to study the book of Proverbs, promising that in doing so he would achieve greater success and happiness than he had ever known. That promise came true, making Scott a millionaire many times over. In The Richest Man Who Ever Lived, Scott reveals Solomon’s key for winning every race, explains how to resolve conflicts and turn enemies into allies, and discloses the five qualities essential to becoming a valued and admired person at work and in your personal life. Scott illustrates each of Solomon’s insights and strategies with anecdotes about his personal successes and failures, as well as those of such extraordinary people as Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Edison, Oprah Winfrey, Bill Gates, and Steven Spielberg. At once inspiring and instructive, THE RICHEST MAN WHO EVER LIVED weaves the timeless truths of one of our greatest works of literature into a detailed roadmap for successful living today.


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In this short, powerful book, multimillionaire and bestselling author Steven K. Scott reveals King Solomon’s breakthrough strategies to achieve a life of financial success and personal fulfillment. Steve Scott flunked out of every job he held in his first six years after college. He couldn’t succeed no matter how hard he tried. Then Dr. Gary Smalley challenged him to study In this short, powerful book, multimillionaire and bestselling author Steven K. Scott reveals King Solomon’s breakthrough strategies to achieve a life of financial success and personal fulfillment. Steve Scott flunked out of every job he held in his first six years after college. He couldn’t succeed no matter how hard he tried. Then Dr. Gary Smalley challenged him to study the book of Proverbs, promising that in doing so he would achieve greater success and happiness than he had ever known. That promise came true, making Scott a millionaire many times over. In The Richest Man Who Ever Lived, Scott reveals Solomon’s key for winning every race, explains how to resolve conflicts and turn enemies into allies, and discloses the five qualities essential to becoming a valued and admired person at work and in your personal life. Scott illustrates each of Solomon’s insights and strategies with anecdotes about his personal successes and failures, as well as those of such extraordinary people as Benjamin Franklin, Thomas Edison, Oprah Winfrey, Bill Gates, and Steven Spielberg. At once inspiring and instructive, THE RICHEST MAN WHO EVER LIVED weaves the timeless truths of one of our greatest works of literature into a detailed roadmap for successful living today.

30 review for The Richest Man Who Ever Lived: King Solomon's Secrets to Success, Wealth, and Happiness

  1. 5 out of 5

    Isaac Samuel Miller

    This book managed to take my philosophies’ on life on a logical tour of reasoning. Great book!

  2. 4 out of 5

    Maria Espadinha

    The Holly Trinity Success, Wealth and Happiness is the Holly Trinity of zillions of humans. Their dreams and hopes revolve around it like earth revolves around the sun! Steven Scott is a self-made multimillionaire, which is the best reference we can get to be receptive about what he aims to tell us on that subject. Even if you’re skeptical or simply not in the mood, this is a book that worths to be red, due to all the contagious positive energy that irradiates from it 😉🌟🌟🌟🌟👍

  3. 4 out of 5

    Sunshine Rodgers

    I loved this book! It included personal testimonies from so many people who have reached success and those who have lost it. The author's voice really speaks in this book - advising, critiquing, and encouraging your path! He backs everything he says with scripture. He talks about the spiritual to-do’s for success but also the practical aspects of reaching your goals. It was an easy read filled with wisdom and knowledge. I would recommend this book to anyone who wants to go higher in their career I loved this book! It included personal testimonies from so many people who have reached success and those who have lost it. The author's voice really speaks in this book - advising, critiquing, and encouraging your path! He backs everything he says with scripture. He talks about the spiritual to-do’s for success but also the practical aspects of reaching your goals. It was an easy read filled with wisdom and knowledge. I would recommend this book to anyone who wants to go higher in their career or to find success in their every day lives! There is some repetition, which I thought was fine. I think the author wrote it so that you can skip chapters if you want or find a chapter that speaks to you. A must read!

  4. 4 out of 5

    Larry

    I was praying for a mentor in my life in 2008, when this book attracted me! I got two mentors Solomon & Steven K Scott. Solomon's debt to take you to spiritual laws & strategies of living, helped me to brake through a dark area in my life. Steven k Scott became an example of those laws & strategies that mentored me to follow after spiritual choices that will change your life! ONE OF THE GREATEST BOOKS I HAVE EVER READ!!!! I was praying for a mentor in my life in 2008, when this book attracted me! I got two mentors Solomon & Steven K Scott. Solomon's debt to take you to spiritual laws & strategies of living, helped me to brake through a dark area in my life. Steven k Scott became an example of those laws & strategies that mentored me to follow after spiritual choices that will change your life! ONE OF THE GREATEST BOOKS I HAVE EVER READ!!!!

  5. 4 out of 5

    Karen Steward

    I love this book! There are life lessons throughout, food for thought, and words written in a way that causes reader places a mirror to his or her own soul. This book challenges me to think things through more thoroughly and to react to certain situations in a different way than I normally would. Though I know every situation-even painful ones-help mould us into the person we are meant to be, this work shed a new ray of light on the many why's that we often ask. Biblically based, it stands tall I love this book! There are life lessons throughout, food for thought, and words written in a way that causes reader places a mirror to his or her own soul. This book challenges me to think things through more thoroughly and to react to certain situations in a different way than I normally would. Though I know every situation-even painful ones-help mould us into the person we are meant to be, this work shed a new ray of light on the many why's that we often ask. Biblically based, it stands tall above any me-ism book and is a breath of fresh air in a world that is bombarded by me-ism and new age theology. Page 130 of the book perfectly nailed a subject I had tried-ineffectively-to explain to a loved one time and again. Now, she gets it! Hooray! This is one book I will read again and again!

  6. 5 out of 5

    Estela

    This review has been hidden because it contains spoilers. To view it, click here. -This is more of a summary to myself- Although it is repetitive, there are many gold nuggets within the book. He presents the "laws of living" interpreted from Solomon's Book of Proverbs. If you're ignorant of these laws, your life will not work, you will fail. Even if you choose to ignore them, they will still exist and run our lives. -Search for wisdom and knowledge like you would for gold and silver- "Diligence is a skill, it's creative persistence, smark-working effort rightly planned and righ -This is more of a summary to myself- Although it is repetitive, there are many gold nuggets within the book. He presents the "laws of living" interpreted from Solomon's Book of Proverbs. If you're ignorant of these laws, your life will not work, you will fail. Even if you choose to ignore them, they will still exist and run our lives. -Search for wisdom and knowledge like you would for gold and silver- "Diligence is a skill, it's creative persistence, smark-working effort rightly planned and rightly performed in a timely manner" -- work smart and efficiently. "The hand of the diligent will rule, but the slack hand will be put to forced labor" --- ** The diligent are sought after by people in power, people will come to you. "In all labor there is profit, but mere talk leads only to poverty" --- *** Work on gaining true diligence, it's contrary to human nature. We often seek instant gratification, but we need to stop taking the path of least resistance. DON't rush or be hasty, be prepared always. Laziness Results in more laziness. "It's easier to act out of ignorance than educating ourselves" - always dig deeper #1 stop procrastinating, take responsibility for your life #2 have a vision, "where there is no vision, the people perish", an ant is so mission-oriented that without direction or supervision, it does exactly what it needs to for its benefit and benefit of the colony. - "Vission Mapping Process" - having a perfectly clear picture of your destination and a roadmap to get there provides motivation and direction - be fueled by "hope" that your vision will come to life in a timely manner - without vision, life just becomes about getting by, it has no real meaning - HOPE IN MARRIAGE - the four greatest needs of a woman are emotion and physical security, regular and meaningful communication, nonsexual touch, and romance. For men, it's respect and admiration, love and desire, sex without it feeling forced. Couples often defer the hope in their partners by not tending to their needs. Focus on helping others fulfill their dreams and desires. EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION - -This is more of a summary to myself- There are many gold nuggets within the book. He presents the "laws of living" interpreted from Solomon's Book of Proverbs. If you're ignorant of these laws, your life will not work, you will fail. Even if you choose to ignore them, they will still exist and run our lives. -Search for wisdom and knowledge like you would for gold and silver- "Diligence is a skill, it's creative persistence, smark-working effort rightly planned and rightly performed in a timely manner" -- work smart and efficiently. "The hand of the diligent will rule, but the slack hand will be put to forced labor" --- ** The diligent are sought after by people in power, people will come to you. "In all labor there is profit, but mere talk leads only to poverty" --- *** Work on gaining true diligence, it's contrary to human nature. We often seek instant gratification, but we need to stop taking the path of least resistance. DON't rush or be hasty, be prepared always. Laziness Results in more laziness. "It's easier to act out of ignorance than educating ourselves" - always dig deeper #1 STOP PROCRASTINATION, take responsibility for your life #2 VISION, "where there is no vision, the people perish", an ant is so mission-oriented that without direction or supervision, it does exactly what it needs to for its benefit and benefit of the colony. - "Vission Mapping Process" - having a perfectly clear picture of your destination and a roadmap to get there provides motivation and direction - be fueled by "hope" that your vision will come to life in a timely manner - without vision, life just becomes about getting by, it has no real meaning - HOPE IN MARRIAGE - the four greatest needs of a woman are emotion and physical security, regular and meaningful communication, nonsexual touch, and romance. For men, it's respect and admiration, love and desire, sex without it feeling forced. Couples often defer the hope in their partners by not tending to their needs. Focus on helping others fulfill their dreams and desires. EFFECTIVE COMMUNICATION - it is equally as bad to not say anything at all as it is to say something bad. - most women speak 25-50k words per day, men 12-25k. This dynamic can cause miscommunication - the way you speak has an important impact on others - it can wound or heal - KEYS 1. communicate in an easily digestible manner, making others want to listen. 2. learn the art of persuasion 3. listen before speaking, don't interrupt 4. be slow to speak and guard your words 5. don't speak too much 6. never speak negatively of others 7. speak truthfully 8. share wisdom "The lips of the righteous feed many" #3 EFFECTIVELY PARTNER, seek counsel before you make any big decisions imagine a car without an accelerator, it wouldn't move forward no matter how impressive the car itself was. That's what seeking counsel/effective partnering does to your life. It allows you to reach success. seek counseling before any problems occur - in marriage partnering reduces the risk, the partnership gives the potential to success avoid partnering with people that lack integrity, are quick-tempered "anger is the single most destructive force in a relationship", offers a lot for a little, doesn't seek wisdom, excessively flatter you, gossips or exaggerates, has a disregard for rules, laws, personal boundaries GRATEFULNESS - "it's impossible to be grateful and unhappy at the same moment of time" - "you can't stop a bird from landing on your head but you can stop it from building a nest on it" - don't be envious, lose the entitlement - expectations of others "Wisdom is not something you store in your head like facts, it involves action" KINDNESS - "Do not let kindness and truth leave you; Bind them around your neck. Write them on the tablet of your heart" - kindness is priceless and these should be the first two attributes a person notices about us - whenever you're kind to someone, it raises their level of loyalty and commitment to you - our first instinct is to be self-consumed with our needs, but kindness is a mental and emotional muscle that needs to be exercised be generous with your time, kind words, thoughtfulness, deeds, emotional support, etc lack of generosity will lead to poverty of the soul, emotional bankruptcy, generosity is never passive Choose to be gracious, choose to be patient when you're feeling impatient. Choose to be kind when you are angry and fell like giving someone what they "deserve" CONFLICT/ ADVERSITY - like gold and silver, you must go through fire if you want to be great, in order to refine our character and build our strength - most of the conflict we face is a direct consequence of our actions - conflict is the gateway to the deepest levels of communication and intimacy in a marriage/ relationship. You can do more harm than good if you avoid confrontation at all costs. - conflict should be looked at through the lens of wanting to achieve the best possible outcome, not about who's right or wrong - don't be PRIDEFUL - it's the cause of many of the issues in our life - seek counsel before engaging in a conflict - don't come down to the level of the attackers or you will be like them if they won't stop or listen to walk away - never prolong an argument - be quick to forgive, "the greater the hurt, the better the opportunity for forgiveness" - attack conflict head-on, don't bury it thinking it will go away #4 SEEK WISDOM AND UNDERSTANDING, they are the foundation for a good life LOVING CONSTRUCTIVE CRITICISM - "He that refuses instruction hates himself, but he who listens to reproof acquires understanding" - it's better than love, "complacency will destroy you" - learn to respond rather than react 1. is the person qualified to give you this critique? 2. is it accurate? 3. review it and change behavior if necessary - criticism is like getting an unexpected bucket of water thrown on your face, it might shock you but it's not dangerous, the words are only water, sand, and some gold. To get the sand out of your eyes, write down the criticism down, blocking any body language, tone, etc. HOW TO CRITICIZE? - when not angry, done in order to produce a positive outcome, "sandwich method" CONTROL YOUR EMOTIONS, TEMPER (Keep your anger cup dry) - it will allow you to provide a solution when other's are blindsided by their anger - the root cause is unfulfilled expectations, a sense of entitlement that others should be doing c certain things - allow yourself time to grieve to let the emotion out - "A pearl is created by the irritation of a grain of sand" -- truly forgive - do not seek revenge or enjoy the fall of those who have hurt you " Whoever digs a pit there shall fall therein. and he who rolls a stone shall return to him" "THE NAIVE BELIEVE everything, BUT THE WISE MAN LOOKS WELL INTO THE MATTER" ' we naively act on impulse believe we will have tomorrow to correct the mistakes we make today" people always put their best foot forward, be skeptical.. don't be lazy, do your research, seek counsel, don't act in a state of haste, don't ignore the red flags FOCUS ON ACHIEVEMENT RATHER THAN MONEY, DON'T BE GREEDY trying to get rich is the quickest way to go broke generosity is the cure for greed "A man's pride will bring him low", Soloman's pride led to his downfall "WHEN HUMILITY IS ABSENT, PRIDE IS USUALLY IN CONTROL" have a periodic pride checkup if you don't understand your own behavior you will repeat it again and again Remain a learner your entire life.

  7. 5 out of 5

    Barry Davis

    Subtitled “King Solomon’s Secrets to Success, Wealth, and Happiness,” at first blush this book would appear to offer the key to financial security. Advice is given on how to maximize your efforts to be successful in your business and career, to be sure, but this little book provides much more than this. Tapping into the wealth of wisdom from the Proverbs of Solomon as well as examples from his own life and those of others, Scott provides practical insights and applications for winning, turning d Subtitled “King Solomon’s Secrets to Success, Wealth, and Happiness,” at first blush this book would appear to offer the key to financial security. Advice is given on how to maximize your efforts to be successful in your business and career, to be sure, but this little book provides much more than this. Tapping into the wealth of wisdom from the Proverbs of Solomon as well as examples from his own life and those of others, Scott provides practical insights and applications for winning, turning dreams into reality, communication, partnerships, dealing with conflict and disarming the “booby traps” to success, among other topics. The four keys that make you invaluable (and ultimately successful), per the author, are Impeccable Honesty, Kindness, Generosity and Graciousness. All of these themes are supported by practical insights from Solomon himself. Each short chapter ends with what Scott calls Knowledge to Wisdom - including questions and activities to apply the knowledge imparted from the Proverbs he quotes to your work and life. His working definition of making this leap embodies three steps: Step One is Knowledge - the acquiring of information. Step Two is Understanding - discerning and valuing important and practical truths Step Three is Wisdom - the act of applying valued truths to any given situation and to life in general. Scott closes by offering what he calls Solomon’s Three Keys for Acquiring Wisdom: 1. Search for wisdom as you would search for hidden treasure. 2. Listen. 3. Study the book of Proverbs. Regardless of your religious affiliation, there is much Wisdom to be gleaned from this book.

  8. 5 out of 5

    Trace

    With such a great topic as a premise, I really thought I'd LOVE this book. I certainly tried hard to love it. But it really fell short for me. I struggled with with the authors interpretation of some of the scriptures. He doesn't even go into any in-depth look at the origins and meanings of the various proverbs. He does not include ANY history or research on the book of Proverbs. The author simply assumes that we will accept his interpretation without any explanation whatsover. I could get over With such a great topic as a premise, I really thought I'd LOVE this book. I certainly tried hard to love it. But it really fell short for me. I struggled with with the authors interpretation of some of the scriptures. He doesn't even go into any in-depth look at the origins and meanings of the various proverbs. He does not include ANY history or research on the book of Proverbs. The author simply assumes that we will accept his interpretation without any explanation whatsover. I could get over that if the book had been interesting - but in fact it was filled with the most basic of common sense "secrets". The author talks over and over again about how he made and lost millions and made them again. And while I appreciate his honesty in divulging his mistakes, by the end of the book I found myself getting annoyed at hearing about all of jobs and losses. I often think that a book is redeemed if I can garner one really great idea or lesson from it. Sadly, from this book, there is nothing really earth shattering taught - no ideas that I could really say were great or unique. Just two stars from me.....

  9. 4 out of 5

    Christian Allen

    Essentially a list of already known characteristics of successful people well matched to a series of verses in Proverbs. With that purpose in mind, there's plenty of content on avoiding sloth, envy, pride and listening to fools, not all of which directly correlates to success or lack thereof and of course is framed in the Good v. Evil Christian-Judea mindset. Get used to seeing 'In Proverbs xx:xx Solomon tells us...," the equivalence of a sermon in print. All seemed full of wisdom that happened t Essentially a list of already known characteristics of successful people well matched to a series of verses in Proverbs. With that purpose in mind, there's plenty of content on avoiding sloth, envy, pride and listening to fools, not all of which directly correlates to success or lack thereof and of course is framed in the Good v. Evil Christian-Judea mindset. Get used to seeing 'In Proverbs xx:xx Solomon tells us...," the equivalence of a sermon in print. All seemed full of wisdom that happened to be biblical as well, until the author claims God as "The Ultimate Mentor." Unless you're both in business AND a devout Christian, it's not for you. Should be retitled "How to be Successful....if you believe in Jesus Christ, that is."

  10. 5 out of 5

    Linda

    Some people may find this book valuable. (I was hoping to). Although the idea is good, I questioned the author's interpretation of the wisdom contained in Proverbs, which is the basic reference for the entire book. The advice also seemed somewhat simplistic and I questioned how following the checklists in the book could produce such incredible results. (OK, maybe I'm just skeptical). I may have finished the book if I had been in a place in my life that I wanted to put the advice to the test, but Some people may find this book valuable. (I was hoping to). Although the idea is good, I questioned the author's interpretation of the wisdom contained in Proverbs, which is the basic reference for the entire book. The advice also seemed somewhat simplistic and I questioned how following the checklists in the book could produce such incredible results. (OK, maybe I'm just skeptical). I may have finished the book if I had been in a place in my life that I wanted to put the advice to the test, but I guess I have other issues and priorities right now. Maybe I'll pick it up again later.

  11. 5 out of 5

    Costen Warner

    Great book to read and discuss with a group of people. Lots of good practical explanations.

  12. 5 out of 5

    José Mariz

    The book is terrible as well as the author. Don't waste your time or money. The book is terrible as well as the author. Don't waste your time or money.

  13. 5 out of 5

    Chloe

    I wasn’t planning to read this book just from looking at the title. I thought “this is a how-to-get-rich” book but it’s totally not. The wisdom this book offers is very practical. At the end of each chapter it has the knowledge to wisdom guide which give the reader very practical actions item and checklist to make changes to get wisdom. We know a lot of knowledge but not until our actions are changed to reflect the knowledge, it’s just in our head. The chapter in receiving criticism, pride and gr I wasn’t planning to read this book just from looking at the title. I thought “this is a how-to-get-rich” book but it’s totally not. The wisdom this book offers is very practical. At the end of each chapter it has the knowledge to wisdom guide which give the reader very practical actions item and checklist to make changes to get wisdom. We know a lot of knowledge but not until our actions are changed to reflect the knowledge, it’s just in our head. The chapter in receiving criticism, pride and greed help me to look at a clear reality of how I make decision. If you only have time to read one chapter, I would recommend to read counselors. It’s one of the keys, if not the most important one, to get wisdom and avoid mistakes or foolishness.

  14. 5 out of 5

    Timeo Williams

    I don't typically read Christian Spiritual Books, but my dad told me it would be a good read. That being said, it wasn't actually that bad. The Solomon Code Chapter 1- Dilligence/Marshmellow test - Be realistic/define your vision, seek counsel and practice wisdom. Chapter 3- Have a clear vision. Utilize vision mapping. Chapter 4 - The power of hope - defined as a "well founded and confident belief that a specific vision(goal, desire, promise) will be achieved or fulfilled within a specified amount I don't typically read Christian Spiritual Books, but my dad told me it would be a good read. That being said, it wasn't actually that bad. The Solomon Code Chapter 1- Dilligence/Marshmellow test - Be realistic/define your vision, seek counsel and practice wisdom. Chapter 3- Have a clear vision. Utilize vision mapping. Chapter 4 - The power of hope - defined as a "well founded and confident belief that a specific vision(goal, desire, promise) will be achieved or fulfilled within a specified amount of time. Chapter 5 - The importance of communication. Chapter 6 - Achieving success with a mentor/counsel. Be aware on the importance of keeping envy/jealousy and other bad vices in check.

  15. 5 out of 5

    Branden Osborne

    The Major Action Provoker There are many books that we read to become more intelligent, but it is to e we read some books that make us more intelligent and to have more integrity. This are both important in building trusting relationships. A random man in A book store I worked at told me randomly to read a book of proverbs everyday for the rest of my life. Another time, a man told me to read this book and that it was the book that made him rich and that he wouldn't read anything else after. Stop The Major Action Provoker There are many books that we read to become more intelligent, but it is to e we read some books that make us more intelligent and to have more integrity. This are both important in building trusting relationships. A random man in A book store I worked at told me randomly to read a book of proverbs everyday for the rest of my life. Another time, a man told me to read this book and that it was the book that made him rich and that he wouldn't read anything else after. Stop looking at the reviews, this is the book you are looking for. Read it!

  16. 5 out of 5

    Barbie N

    The title of this book is very off putting to me. Also, the author writes commercials for a living and so the writing has that kind of "you too can be wealthy and happy!" feel to it. Someone gave me this book so I decided to go ahead and read it out of obligation. When I got past those aspects of the book I was able to glean some great tools for goal-setting and organization in that direction. The whole book is solidly based on the wisdom of the proverbs, and the main emphasis is not physical ri The title of this book is very off putting to me. Also, the author writes commercials for a living and so the writing has that kind of "you too can be wealthy and happy!" feel to it. Someone gave me this book so I decided to go ahead and read it out of obligation. When I got past those aspects of the book I was able to glean some great tools for goal-setting and organization in that direction. The whole book is solidly based on the wisdom of the proverbs, and the main emphasis is not physical riches...necessarily. There is definately value here.

  17. 5 out of 5

    Sara

    I have had this book on my shelf for years and have intermittently picked it up and then putting it back on the shelf in favour of another book. During lockdown I gave this book some well spent attention and I'm glad I persevered. In my opinion it's not a book you can just keep reading. The activities after each chapter require thought and reflection. Even if you don't do every task you still need some time after each topic to digest the information. The practical advice seems obvious but when I I have had this book on my shelf for years and have intermittently picked it up and then putting it back on the shelf in favour of another book. During lockdown I gave this book some well spent attention and I'm glad I persevered. In my opinion it's not a book you can just keep reading. The activities after each chapter require thought and reflection. Even if you don't do every task you still need some time after each topic to digest the information. The practical advice seems obvious but when I really thought about it core values truly affect how we live our daily life, the choices we make and how we treat people etc. And I was glad to have the opportunity to really think about how I perceive the world, my faith and success. As a Christian the last chapter was the most meaningful and brought everything I had learnt throughout the book back to the most important topic of all- my relationship with My eternal Father in heaven. This book has a wealth of knowledge in easy conversational dialogue. It took a little perseverance but I was glad to have read it.

  18. 4 out of 5

    Terry Halley

    The Richest man who ever lived by Steven K. Scott, Gray is very informative on how man can be rich in every way just by reading and studying the book of proverbs. The book touches on the corrections of humanity and the discipline of embracing knowledge, wisdom and understanding can make anyone rich. William Cowper once said that knowledge is proud that he has learned so much; wisdom is humble that he knows no more. an interesting and good read.

  19. 4 out of 5

    Tadeo

    This book has transformed how I do life because it is filled with practical ways in which Solomon(the richest man who ever lived) lived his life. There are numerous principles to pick up and apply in our lives and a few a already discovered that already work. I recommend this book to all those that want to experience the next level of living.

  20. 5 out of 5

    Shawn

    Very interesting read. Steven Scott gave sound advise(wisdom) on King Solomon and his insights on work, health, your marriage, and other relationships. Whatever issue or adversary that you may be battling or encountering in life and you are looking for a solution to your problems the answers can be found in the book of Proverbs.

  21. 5 out of 5

    Doris Perdue-Johnson

    Excellent guidance The author has given convincing evidence for studying the book of proverbs. He gives examples that highlight real life experiences all of us recognize. Great encouragement for your personal and professional life.

  22. 5 out of 5

    Andrea

    A book to revisit throughout a lifetime. Full of many useful points, and presents a way to live so differently that others can't help but ask, "What are you doing to get where you are?" A good eye-opener, not matter what stage of life you are in. A book to revisit throughout a lifetime. Full of many useful points, and presents a way to live so differently that others can't help but ask, "What are you doing to get where you are?" A good eye-opener, not matter what stage of life you are in.

  23. 5 out of 5

    Melissa Torres

    Good book Just finished this book. Really enjoyed to. I liked how the author gave personal examples and devoted each chapter to a specific topic. It makes reading proverbs better. Highly recommend this book.

  24. 4 out of 5

    Joel Stockstill

    Life Changing Steven Scott helps decode Proverbs and make it applicable to your every day life. A must read for anyone who embraces a Biblical world view and desires to fulfill their God-given destiny.

  25. 4 out of 5

    Rick Bavera

    Full of Proverbial advice, mixed with a lot of secular advice. All of it common sense, and things we all know, or should, but neglect to think about or put into practice. One thing I think that the author does too much of is focus on material success in the telling of the story of Solomon.

  26. 5 out of 5

    Shane Gieskieng

    Excellent book to empower readers with the resources necessary to pursue a successful, happy, and prosperous life based on Biblical principles and the wisdom of the teachings of King Solomon from the book of Proverbs.

  27. 5 out of 5

    Megan Escobedo

    Most books have one Proverb or verse at the beginning of the chapter and then it breaks it down. This book however gives a theme and then has multiple proverbs. After each proverb is a golden nugget. I feel like a gold miner with how many were thrown at me. This book was phenomenal!

  28. 5 out of 5

    Stephen Brown

    Tremendous wisdom and application from the Book of Proverbs!

  29. 5 out of 5

    Jessica AJ

    This is a must read!!

  30. 4 out of 5

    Davis Nunez

    Amazing book full of wisdom! Helped me reflect a lot in different areas of my life and I’m very sure it will do the same for you!

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