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One day not long ago, while standing on the corner of a busy street in Philadelphia, talking to a friend, along came an old man. He was a decrepit old man with swollen, tearful eyes, and his unshaven face was drawn and withered. His lips were blue with unclean sores. His toes were pushing through his worn-out shoes. His clothes were torn to rags. He had seen better days. I thought, how dreadfully poverty has gnawed at you. I was stunned for the moment.
With a look of sadness, and with a dirty bloated hand thrust forward, he pleaded for a few pennies. He got a few more pennies; I got a little more sense.
Table of Contents
I. It Might Have Been You 4
II. Are You Nine-Tenths Under Water? 10
III. How to Increase Your Power to think and to Build 17
IV. How to Double Your Energy 28
V. A Key to a Fortune 36
VI. How to Generate Enthusiasm 43
VII. The Most Interesting Thing in the world 52
VIII. How to Turn Your Ideas Into Money 56
IX. How to Improve Your Speech, Voice and Manner 65
X. How to Make Use of the Present 70
XI. How to Make a Speech 77
XII. How to Attract and Get What You want 86
XIII. How the Law of Averages Can Make you Rich 98
XIV. How to Find Your Place in Life 104
XV. It Is All Yours, Take It Easy 113
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