The Secret of Wealth: A Common Sense Guide to Prosperity

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Cosimo, Inc., Nov 1, 2007 - Business & Economics - 240 pages
THE SECRET OF WEALTH, A COMMON SENSE GUIDE TO PROSPERITY is not only a book about how to live a successful and wealthy life, it is-like all classics-a book on how to think. Its timeless wisdom contends that wealth is indeed a state of mind, not the result of extraordinary talents or a lottery windfall. Financial experts Napoleon Hill, Charles Haanel and James Allen, as well as business tycoons John D. Rockefeller and Andrew Carnegie have successfully built their immense wealth on the fundamental principles Hobbs describes here. You will learn: how a state of mind and behavior of successful people can be yours how opportunity never stops knocking at your door how to eliminate waste of money and goods how most pleasure is work and how most work can be made a pleasure how to find your proper calling in life how to get money, spend it, and save some of it how to live a free and independent life Before searching for a new job, contemplating a major purchase or making any speculative investments, discover the fundamental principles of THE SECRET OF WEALTH and reap the benefits for greater financial security.
 

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Page 16 - Making a small provision for young men is hardly justifiable ; and it is of all things the most prejudicial to themselves. They think what they have much larger than it really is ; and they make no exertion. The young should never hear any language but this : ' You have your own way to make, and it depends upon your own exertions whether you starve or not.

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