Rich Elephant, Poor Elephant
How would you like to change your relationship with money?
Rich Elephant, Poor Elephant is a rich business story that will put a smile on your face. It’s a tale about the elephants that lived in the peaceful village of Kanesha.*
For the elephants of Kanesha Village, even without lifting a foot, money continued to accumulate by itself like a dream come true in the frenzy of Hedge Fun investments.
One day, the village of Kanesha rather abruptly lost all its money due to the financial collapse of the faraway country of Greecehopper** and the careless words of one small child.
So, where did all their money go? Can you imagine what the elephants of Kanesha did? What would you do if all your money disappeared? What is most important to overcome any kind of financial crisis?
Ken Honda would suggest learning to manage the abundant flow of people, money, and opportunity, and start asking questions that create and spread love. He has collected the most valuable rules of life and work in this surprisingly humorous book that gives you something to think about.
*The name Kanesha is a pun on Ganesha, the Hindi diety with an elephant's head. In Japanese, kane means "money."
**The Japanese wordplay combines the words for "Greece" and "Grasshopper". We're trying our best to translate these puns. Thank you for humoring us.