50 Prosperity Classics

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Nicholas Brealey Publishing, Dec 7, 2010 - Business & Economics - 320 pages
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The popular success of The Secret has helped many people discover a subject of writing that seems new but in fact stretches back more than a century. 50 Prosperity Classics covers many of the great writings on wealth, abundance, philanthropy, and success, encompassing works from Andrew Carnegie, Richard Branson, Bill Gates, Peter Lynch, and more.
 

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Contents

James Allen The Path of Prosperity 1905
10
P T Barnum The Art of Money Getting or Golden Rules
28
The Autobiography 2002
46
Andrew Carnegie The Gospel of Wealth 1889
64
Practice
80
Charles Fillmore Prosperity 1936
98
A Brief History of
116
A Book of Practical
134
Jerrold Mundis How to Get Out of Debt Stay Out of Debt
196
William Nickerson How I Turned 1000 into Three Million
202
Owning the Power to Control
208
The Theology
214
John Randolph Price The Abundance Book 1987
224
The Unknown Ideal 1966
234
Keys
242
How Starbucks Built
248

Creating the Next Industrial Revolution 2000
146
Learning
152
Napoleon Hill The MasterKey to Riches 1965
158
Conrad Hilton Be My Guest 1957
164
The TimeTested Battle
174
Rich Dads Guide
180
How to Use What You Already
186
Adam Smith An Inquiry into the Nature and Causes of the Wealth
260
Donald Trump The Art of the Deal 1987
272
Transforming Your Relationship
278
Microlending and the Battle
286
Prosperity Principles
293
Credits
303
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Tom Butler-Bowdon is an expert on the “literature of possibility”, covering self-help,motivation, spirituality,prosperity, psychology and philosophy. USA Today described him as “a true scholar of this type of literature”. His first book, 50 SELF-HELP CLASSICS, won the Benjamin Franklin Award and was a Foreword magazine Book of the Year. The 50 CLASSICS series has sold over 300,000 copies and has been published in 23 languages.

A graduate of the London School of Economics and the University of Sydney,
he lives in Oxford, UK, and Australia.

Visit his website at www.butler-bowdon.com

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