ISBN 9788188479771,As You Think: Jaisa Tum Sochte Ho

As You Think: Jaisa Tum Sochte Ho


James Allen


Yogi Impressions



Yogi Impressions

Publication Year 2013

ISBN 9788188479771

ISBN-10 8188479772


Number of Pages 80 Pages
Language (Hindi)

Reference works

As You Think: Jaisa Tum Sochte Ho (Hindi), written by James Allen, is one of the best books on self-motivation. It puts forth the message that to achieve excellence in life, it is important to have a strong mental resolve. The book explains that the key to achieving personal power lies only in the mind. The author states that it is possible to unlock the greatest success, and that the truth can really set us free from our own self imposed restrictions. Furthermore, it also stresses on the need to make proper use of tools and resources so as to achieve excellence. As You Think: Jaisa Tum Sochte Ho (Hindi) has also been further edited with new information by Marc Allen so as to suit present times. The author also stresses on the fact that these principles hold the same significance for everyone irrespective of sex, education, race or age. The book teaches us that our mindsets either lead us to success or failure. Thus, with the help of universal principles that can be applied to every individual, this book is a powerful reminder that our success and failures are a result of only our thought process. Still in circulation today, the book is considered as one of the best pieces that have been written about self-motivation. About James Allen Born in Leicester, England James Allen was a writer whose inspirational writings have influenced many people. His other books include From Poverty to Power, Eight Pillars of Prosperity, The Path of Prosperity, Mind Is the Master: The Complete James Allen Treasury, From Passion to Peace and The Way of Peace. James Allen was highly influenced by Protestant Liberalism, as well as by Buddhist thoughts. All his works are based on practical thinking. James Allen left school at a young age due to his father’s murder and began working for several British manufacturers. He had a short literary career of nine years. A very private man, none of his books reveal much about his personal life other than his residence. His name is not present in any major reference work and not even the Library of Congress or British Museum have much information about him. James Allen died in 1912.