The Science of Success: The Secret to Getting What You Want

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Sterling, Jul 1, 2007 - Self-Help - 270 pages
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THREE prosperity classics in one!
Includes The Science of Getting Rich, featured in The Secret.

Why be poor when you could be rich, mediocre when you could be great, sick when you could be healthy? You have within you the ability to get whatever you want! Prosperity guru Wallace D. Wattles reveals how to tap into this secret power to channel the abundance of the universe and make all your dreams a reality. His method is simple and straightforward, yet it opens up a world where opportunity is limitless, where we control of our own destiny, and where there are scientific answers to life’s great philosophical and religious questions. The Science of Success contains three prosperity classics in a single volume, and all in color, including Wattles’s most famous, The Science of Getting Rich, featured prominently in Rhonda Byrne’s bestselling The Secret. Together, these life-changing books reverse many accepted ideas about attracting wealth, and guide readers along a path to health, success, and fulfillment.

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Review: The Science of Success: The Secret of Getting What You Want: WITH The Science of Getting Rich AND The Secret

User Review  - Robin Mookerjee - Goodreads

Wattles' success book was written in 1910. He begins by indicating that this is a pragmatic book, not a work of philosophy, thereby implying that he has unplumbed philosophical resources but no ... Read full review

Review: The Science of Success: The Secret of Getting What You Want: WITH The Science of Getting Rich AND The Secret

User Review  - Dee Rose - Goodreads

Inspiring and motivating. A good book to keep near bedside to dip into every so often to keep these messages in the forefront of your mind. Read full review

About the author (2007)

Wallace D. Wattles was born in the United States in 1860, shortly before the Civil War. Later in life, he began his tireless study of the religious beliefs and philosophies of the world. It was through this relentless examination of such philosophers as Descartes, Hegel, and Ralph Waldo Emerson that he developed his own principles, successfully applied them to his life, and shared them with the world in his innovative 1910 book, "The Science of Getting Rich". He died one year later. Wattles's ideas have lived on to inspire future generations to greatness.

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