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The Science Of Getting Rich: Timeless Wisdom From The Forgotten 1910 Classic is a practical manual on how to become rich and achieve results in one's life.
Summary Of The Book
Some people are born winners and there are others who struggle their entire life and yet reach nowhere! Why do some people always succeed and some always fail? Where does the real difference lie? The circumstances? The opportunities? Or the difference lies deep within? Wallace D. Wattles' The Science Of Getting Rich: Timeless Wisdom From The Forgotten 1910 Classic is a book that explores the abundant power deep within every human being and teaches how to make the most of it.
It is a basic fundamental concept that to get something, one needs to act, and to act, some kind of force is required. Whether one pursues wealth, health, position, development, or happiness, the force required is stored within one's self. All one requires to do is use that power in a constructive way to achieve favorable results. On the other hand, it can lead to unhappiness, failures, and even poor health if this power is used in a negative manner.
The Science Of Getting Rich: Timeless Wisdom From The Forgotten 1910 Classic is an intensive guide for all those individuals who wish to unveil the secrets of becoming wealthy and prosperous. The author informs in the introduction that it is a philosophical and practical guide that is not just than a treatise upon theories. It provides a proper practical plan of action that is based on conclusions of philosophy. The introduction claims that this book works only when the reader is willing to accept the philosophies given and is ready to act upon them instead of finding how the conclusions were achieved.
Wattle's believed that by changing one's mind, thought processes, and perspectives, it is possible to change the course of life and make it more productive and positive. The Science Of Getting Rich: Timeless Wisdom From The Forgotten 1910 Classic is written on the same concept and it teaches how to achieve that positive approach.
About Wallace D. Wattles
Wallace D. Wattles was an American New Thought writer.
Wattles has published various other works including Financial Success: Harnessing the Power of Creative Thought, Jesus: The Man and His Work, New Science of Living and Healing, Letters to a Woman's Husband, What Is Truth?, Scientific Marriage, A New Christ, Making of the Man Who Can, and many more.
Wattles was born in 1860 in America. He had very less formal education while he lived with his family on a farm. He studied Ralph Waldo Emerson and Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel on his own. His personal education and experimentation helped him embark on the path of discovering the principles of the New Thought. He married Abbie Walters and had three children. At the age of 51, he died in Ruskin. He has an obscure personality, but his works are still quoted in print in the New Thought movements