The Science Of Getting Rich

The Science Of Getting Rich

by D. Wallace Wattles
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The Science Of Getting Rich by D. Wallace Wattles

Straightforward and easy to understand, The Science of Getting Rich asserts that all of us -- no matter what our circumstances -- have the ability to obtain enough wealth to live as we desire and to fulfill our purpose in life.

Written nearly a century ago and recently rediscovered by Rhonda Byrne, creator of The Secret, The Science of Getting Rich offers clear insight on creating prosperity and the happiness that ensues.

There exists a science of getting rich -- and it is an exact science, like algebra or arithmetic. There are also certain laws that govern the process of acquiring means, and once these laws are learned and followed, a person will prosper with mathematical certainty. This book carefully provides the explanation of this science and how these laws function.

Each one of us naturally wants to achieve his or her full potential -- this desire to realize our innate talents is inherent in human nature. There is nothing wrong in wanting to become wealthy; in fact, the longing for riches is really the desire for a fuller and more abundant life. The Science of Getting Rich can set you on your way toward reaching this goal.

Product Details

ISBN-13: 9789562911375
Publisher: Beta Nu Publishing
Publication date: 07/01/2007
Pages: 108
Sales rank: 884,276
Product dimensions: 6.00(w) x 9.00(h) x 0.38(d)

About the Author

Rev. Ruth L. Miller, Ph.D., a self-defined transcendentalist, has used her training as a cultural systems scientist and New Thought minister to “translate” the works of some of the greatest thinkers of the late 19th and early 20th century. From Wattles’ Science of Getting Rich and Haanel’s Master Key System to Emilie Cady’s Lessons in Truth and the works of Emma Curtis Hopkins, her interpretations have made it possible for 21st century readers to easily grasp the essential ideas and use the powerful practices that these great teachers offered.

Dr. Miller served as Associate Professor and Director of the Cybernetic Systems Program at San Jose State University and as Director of Curriculum & Evaluation for Rogue Community College. She has led countless workshops on new paradigms, systems thinking and futures research, and has served as adjunct faculty at Antioch University-Seattle, Marylhurst University, Portland State University, as well as the Living Enrichment Institute, and New West Seminary—receiving the highest evaluations for her classes.

After years of research into the nature of consciousness, Dr. Miller found she could no longer ignore the spirit. She became coordinator for Adult Religious Education in a small-town Methodist church while helping to found a Unitarian-Universalist fellowship there. In the process, she began a series of courses that would lead to ordination. She was ordained in the New Thought tradition and became the pastor of the Lifeways Center in Portland, Oregon, then interim Assistant at Unity of Beaverton. She is currently a “circuit riding preacher,” serving New Thought and Unitarian-Universalist churches in Oregon, Washington, and California.

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The Science of Getting Rich (Barnes & Noble Library of Essential Reading): Financial Success Through Creative Thought 3.4 out of 5 based on 0 ratings. 148 reviews.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I appreciated the knowledge contained, although I knew most of what was written beforehand, the essentials contained definately served it purpose. If you plan to be successful in life (financially), this book can get you there if you simply just apply the simplified instructions as enlisted, most are common sense so nothing to intellectual here.
Jose_Antonio_Espinoza More than 1 year ago
as I experienced failure after failure in my early life until after many years of study and experimentation I followed the scientific principles which created financial wealth more me and my associates Success and Happiness is possible when you act in a certain way! Jose Antonio Espinoza
Guest More than 1 year ago
I have been a huge Think and Grow Rich fan for more than twenty years but was blown away by Wattles' Science of Getting Rich. I highly recommend it and feel it has expanded the concept that 'we become what we think about'. It is however driving me crazy that I recognize the narrators voice but can't place him. Can anyone help?
Guest More than 1 year ago
All the answers you are looking for in one stop.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Was a little abstract , but drives the point home and gives you a plan somewhat like think & grow rich -
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
It was a very good book, but you need to recognize that it was written 100 years ago and remember the time period it was written about. There were some mistakes in the beginning, but later in the book I can see mistakes were corrected.
scurvyknave More than 1 year ago
I got some good tips but it reads out of sync with the times.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I willingly share this to the world
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
Period. Every three words. I can barely. Even read. It. No financial advice. To be found. If you read the book, you'd understand the above statement...but still be confused financially. 
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
I LOVED this book very helpful and entertaining
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This book is an excellent motivator in positive thinking. I'm applying the principles and they work.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
My wife and I read this to each other over the course of an evening.
Anonymous More than 1 year ago
This book teaches how to set your mind, body, and soul to accomplish what you want to accomplish
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Janice86 More than 1 year ago
A very good version of the classic book, simple photographs in a few areas enhance the text, and the unabridged text is true to what the author intended. Great work from all the rest.
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