Your Thoughts Become Your Riches, Four books on Gaining Wealth Through Your Thoughts

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Four of the world's most influential books on attracting those things you want are contained in this one volume. Realizing your dreams can begin with the steps as outlined in this book.

Achieving your life's goals doesn't have to be any more difficult than following what's outlined in It Works! All is possible with a focused intention. Earl Nightingale, Napoleon Hill, Tony Robbins and countless others since R.H. Jarrett have expounded on the ...

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Overview

Four of the world's most influential books on attracting those things you want are contained in this one volume. Realizing your dreams can begin with the steps as outlined in this book.

Achieving your life's goals doesn't have to be any more difficult than following what's outlined in It Works! All is possible with a focused intention. Earl Nightingale, Napoleon Hill, Tony Robbins and countless others since R.H. Jarrett have expounded on the principle outlined so succinctly in It Works!

The Science of Getting Rich is based upon what Wallace D. Wattles called "the Certain Way of Thinking" what is today known as Positive Thinking. Wattles and The Science of Getting Rich produced Napoleon Hill and his book Think and Grow Rich, were a major inspiration for Rhonda Byrne's bestselling book and film The Secret and continues to enlighten people around the world.

James Allen's As a Man Thinketh reminds us that our thoughts control our actions and mold who we are as a person. Good and generous thoughts bring about good and generous actions. Thoughts of greed and covetousness show themselves in selfish and paranoid behavior. Feed your mind on healthful thoughts and happiness and success will follow.

In Thoughts Are Things Prentice Mulford explains we have, in effect, two minds: the mind of the body and the mind of the spirit. The mind of the body is limited and fights change. It thinks things must always be the way they've always been. The mind of the spirit trusts in the Supreme Power which made all things and knows that anything is possible if you believe.

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Product Details

  • ISBN-13: 9781612039534
  • Publisher: Bottom of the Hill Publishing
  • Publication date: 2/13/2012
  • Pages: 184
  • Product dimensions: 6.00 (w) x 9.00 (h) x 0.39 (d)

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