Wallace Wattles

The Science of Getting Rich

Is it possible to will your way to a life of wealth? Can your thoughts take you to a higher level of abundant living? Take a look inside this timeless classic—the inspiration behind the motivational bestseller The Secret—and you'll find that it's all possible by following a program that has set generations of readers on the path to prosperity. Written a century ago, the principles of this approach are as valuable now as they were then.More practical than philosophical, Wattles' method is an exact science with specific laws—and an established outcome. With the help of his tools, you'll discover how to use your mind to create a clear vision of the goal you desire, entertain an ongoing, deeply felt gratitude for having already received the blessing, align yourself with positive principles to find your place in the world, and create a noncompetitive, harmonious environment to nurture wealth and wisdom. It's time to achieve your full potential and use it to create a more rewarding and abundant life. You have the right to be rich! And The Science of Getting Rich can set you on that path today.
80 printed pages
Original publication
2012

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Quotes

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    In order to do this, a person must pass from the competitive to the creative mind. Otherwise he cannot be in harmony with formless intelligence, which is always creative and never competitive in spirit.
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    Never speak of yourself, your affairs, or of anything else in a discouraged or discouraging way. Never admit the possibility of failure or speak in a way that infers failure as a possibility.
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    You must begin to live in harmony with the laws governing the universe.

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