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Great book! Teaches the concept that we are responsible for and can determine our own inner states of health and happiness, as well as our outer circumstances like financial flow are really a return to some ancient thinking patterns.
Also, the book implies throughout its pages that you must believe in yourself no matter what others think of you or say about you or how bad your situation might seem now. This book can be your success genie that can completely change your life for the better. Orison emphasizes on the idea of always keeping cheerful thoughts in the mind even when others around you are full of negativity.
If you think you can, then that's the point in your life you become unstoppable! And this book teaches you how to think like a champion.
Steering thought prevents life wrecks
How mind rules the body
Thought causes health and disease
Our worst enemy is fear
Mastering our moods
Power of cheerful thinking
Negative creeds paralyze
Affirmation creates power
Thoughts radiate as influence
How thinking brings success
Power of self faith over others
Strengthening deficient faculties
Gain beauty by holding the beauty thought
Power of imagination
Don't let the years count
How to control thought
Coming man will realize his divinity
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About the Author
Dr. Orison Swett Marden (1848-1924) was born in Thornton Gore, New Hampshire to Lewis and Martha Marden.
He was an American inspirational author who wrote about achieving success in life and founded SUCCESS magazine in 1897. His writings discuss common-sense principles and virtues that make for a well-rounded, successful life. Many of his ideas are based on New Thought philosophy.
During his early to mid-teens, Marden discovered a book entitled Self-Help by Scottish author Samuel Smiles in an attic. And so, Marden was profoundly influenced and inspired by Samuel Smiles. Smiles book Self-Help was instrumental in elevating and triggering Marden's career and life.
Marden was successful at everything he undertook or started because of his deep and vast knowledge about success and how to put it into use in his own life.
Marden's young manhood was marked by remarkable energy and unbroken achievement. By his early thirties, he had earned his academic degrees in science, arts, medicine and law. During his college years he supported himself by working in a hotel and afterward by becoming the owner of several hotels and a resort.
Founded in 1897, Marden's Success magazine eventually grew to a circulation of about half a million subscribers. The publication had its own building and printing plant in New York and was backed by a workforce of two hundred or more employees.