The Science of Getting Rich by Wallace D. Wattles. Published by MobileReference (mobi)
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The Science of Getting Rich is a book written by the New Thought Movement writer Wallace D. Wattles; it was published in 1910 by Elizabeth Towne. The book is still in print after almost 100 years. It was a major inspiration for Rhonda Byrne's bestselling book and film and book The Secret (2006 film). According to USA Today, the text is "divided into 17 short, straight-to-the-point chapters that explain how to overcome mental barriers, and how creation, not competition, is the hidden key to wealth attraction."

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Customer Reviews:

  • The Content is Fine but the Production is Sub-Par
    The information is mostly food for thought. This is not a "How-to" in the sense that there is no structure to follow. The production quality and the reader specifically was not very good. I think, because this book is as old as it is, the copyright is released so anyone can publish it. Well, "anyone" did :) For the price it's okay but remember the saying, "you get what you pay for"....more info
  • The anthology
    If you are going to buy Wallace Wattles, you may as well get the three books in one anthology. It is only two dollars extra.

    It (SGR)is an easy read, and it's highly useful. You can get rich by acting in a certain way, and having certain beliefs. I believe this already. The one concept that was new to to me the importance of gratitude, which activates the higher vibrations of your mind, and assists mightily in manifesting what you desire.

    Currently, I am reading the science of being great. It is a very simple straightforward book that anyone can follow.

    Is this the foremost book on Law of Attraction? No. Yet it is still worth a read, and highly recommended. For other recommendations, check my other recent reviews.

    If you find this review helpful, please click yes.
    ...more info
  • What I think about getting rich
    Even though The Science of Getting Rich is written in language that was pretty much used back in the good old days, it still has the punch of the message. I loved it. I'm practicing it and have seen some odd results that can easily be interpreted as being well on the pathway. Like suddenly getting catalogs in the mail of items that are very expensive. I've never seen these before. And meeting people who already have their riches and making friends with one. This is very interesting. I'm looking forward to my future. Thank you, Mr Wattles....more info
  • Not what I expected
    Purchased this audiobook after listening to "The Secret". This book is very outdated. Interesting, but not very relevant....more info
  • Good
    A must read. A must read--- should be taught in grade school. ...more info
  • Embarrassing New-Age Nonsense from 100 Years Ago
    I've read literally hundreds of books on philosophy, science, metaphysics, and money over the last few years; some good and others not so good. This book is the one and only one I've ever tossed in the trash the moment I finished it. It's an irrational, illogical, and unscientific take on wealth building. It essentially states as a first principle that if you wish hard enough for something then the unified mind of the universe will make it yours in some manner out of the void. Well guess what folks - there's no such thing as magic in the real world. You have to work for what you want if you want to get it. In addition, the book is decidedly unscientific in that it demands blind faith in the above first principle that must be accepted without question (not permitted in science). Waddles says you must ignore any doubts you have and put them out of your mind without exploring them or considering the possibility that your doubts might be correct. That is not science: it's religion, and Waddles demands that the religious beliefs he espouses be obeyed exactly and without question.

    The book reads like a sermon rather than any sort of science text, and you will not learn anything more than a good therapist could teach you about training your mind to improve your life - and probably a whole lot less. Waddles was writing in the days before psychotherapy was widespread, and he approaches the mind from a magical-thinking perspective that is embarrassingly naive compared to what we know today. Avoid this book; you can't learn to think from an author that doesn't understand what logic, science, and reason really are.

    Also, do yourself a favor and don't waste your time on "The Secret" either. It's essentially a rehash of the ideas of this book and in my opinion is also nonsense. If you want to learn how to think in a way that gets you ahead, I recommend reading "The Richest Man in Babylon" by George Clason, and then "The Millionaire Mind" by Thomas J. Stanley. They are much better places to start....more info
  • Simple, focused, inspirational
    This is the book that inspired the folks behind "The Secret." It is a very concise and simple program that teaches the reader exactly how to create his or her reality in a positive, forward-moving way. It inspires the reader to become all that he or she can be in order to be a contribution to the world.

    Don't let the original date of publication turn you off! Because of its simplicity, anything that seems dated just doesn't get in the way.

    I bought it because I wanted the essence of "The Secret" in written form and easily accessible. This book, the inspiration for "The Secret" in the first place, did it!...more info
  • Yep -- The Best Ever
    I watched the first twenty minutes of the DVD of "The Secret" (it's offered free on their website), and thought it was really hokey. It felt like they were trying to make a "Da Vinci Code" production out of it. To my knowledge, no "authorities throughout history" have ever tried to keep "the Secret" (i.e., the Law of Attraction) from humanity.

    But I was curious about the book that inspired "The Secret's" creator, so I checked out Wallace Wattles' "The Science of Getting Rich."

    Wow! And Super-Wow! Wattles has nailed all the self-help books (all the great ones anyway) that I've ever read and put it all in one slim volume. And I can state confidently, "This is the foundational book for fulfilling your life. You'll never need to read another one about 'getting the life you want.'"

    For those of you who doubt, or just plain ridicule, the idea that you can get what you want by simply focusing on it and ceasing to focus on what you DON'T want, I recommend this experiment:

    For one week, carry two little notepads with you, everywhere you go. Each notepad should have a different colored cover so they're easily identifiable. Label one "Positive" and the other "Negative."

    As you go through your week, every time you hear, see or feel something positive in your surroundings, put a check mark in the "Positive" notepad. Every time you hear, see or feel something negative in your surroundings, put a checkmark in the "Negative" notepad. Do this for EVERYTHING you take in, whether it involves you personally or not--chats with friends, news reports, conversations you overhear on the bus, etc. If you're taking it in, put a checkmark in the appropriate notepad.

    Be sure, especially, to include all the entertainment you see or hear. Be conscious of the story, the lyrics, etc. Is the message negative about life no matter how hilarious or thought-provoking it is? (A great example would be "Borat.") If so, put a checkmark in the "Negative" notepad.

    At the end of the week, total the checkmarks in each notepad. If you have more negative checkmarks than positive ones (and I suspect you'll have many more), ask yourself how you can possibly get ANYTHING you want from life when you're taking in all that negativity, day after day? The answer is, you can't--because you don't have the Life Energy for it. All that negativity is draining it out of you.

    By focusing only on what your heart desires, and believing unconditionally that those things are yours to have, you connect to the Universe which gave you those desires in the first place, and intends for you to fulfill them, in the name of Creation. As Wattles says again and again, the Universe wants you to have these things even more than you do. But you can't connect to the Universe as long as you're filling your head with the noise and negativity of the outside world.

    "The Science of Getting Rich" will show you exactly how to "tune out and tune in," so you can have the wonderful life you were created for.

    Give it a try. The only thing you've got to lose is a life you never wanted in the first place....more info
  • Hidden treasure in plain sight
    Loved this book--excellent info. It's been almost 100 years since first publication but it rings just as true today. Two versious of the book are included--updated for today's reader and the original version. I love the original version and it's references to businesses of long ago--you can see in retrospect that Mr. Wattles was correct....more info
  • Timeless and Effective Advice
    Amazing to think a book about making money written nearly a century ago can have direct application now, but it does.

    It's one of those books you can't afford to be without: incredibly short, to the point, and simple.

    You'll need to wade through some corny, old-fashioned language. But do it. The simple message is that everything--everything--in nature is designed to grow. (Yes, everything dies too, but this book is about living BEFORE you die). His premise is that anyone can grow to their potential if they follow some simple rules.

    Note that his simple rules may not seem as practical as "save 10%" from every check, etc. But I have to tell you that since reading this book, my attitude has changed about money, and my work life has picked up in a wonderful way.

    I am not a self-help book reader, nor am I a fan of pop psychology. A friend insisted I read this, and I'm glad I did. I decided to write the review because this corny, short book has had a profound impact on me. I'm assuming it has done the same for countless others--and that's why it has lasted so long....more info
  • Masterpiece!
    Wallace Wattles' masterpiece, one of the definitive works on the principles of success and wealth. Thank you. Definitely belongs in any library on wealth and success.

    Note to publisher: There are typos and editing errors. Please fix before the next printing!
    Dorothy...more info
  • The Science of Getting Rich
    Wallace Wattles has it right on, you have to really want the information that is in the book to benefit. Once you understand the intention of his message there is nothing that can ever hold you back....more info
  • Nice to believe BUT NOT SO SURE
    I do believe most of us have the ability to get rich if we want to (with dedication and work) BUT The Secret and The Science of Getting rich is a bit sketchy. At first I loved it I thought it was wonderful and did everything to a T. I had positive results, but they use techniques that will work: Visualize your goal; Of course if you put focus in your goal it will benefit you. BUT TO SAY THERES THIS STUFF FLOATING AROUND THATS MANIPULATED BY OUR THOUGHTS???

    It's nice to believe we can just sit around and visualize and have everything we want these aren't book's there entertainment! I do believe human potential is unlimited BUT there more to it then just believing....more info
  • Worth your time!
    This is a CD to hear over and over until it's registered in your brain. The speaker's voice is somewhat dull, but if you can get past that, you will find his words are worth digesting. You may hear concepts similar to what you've heard in "The Secret," but in my opinion, it's always interesting hearing them from different sources. Personally, I think it's worth your time.

    ...more info
  • A timeless take on getting rich ...
    First published in 1910, the firt thing you'll notice when reading this book is the old language. I didn't actually know this when I bought it, and that fact immedietly jumped out at me.

    The concepts seem a little out there, and at times a little unrealistic, but they work. The book is all about conditioning yourself to think a certain way.

    Read this book, take it to heart, and become rich yourself.

    Matthew Overstreet
    http://www.swordwares.com...more info
  • A must read
    This is a definitive book for anyone who wants to enter the kingdom of God....more info
  • Dr. Wattles in Right On!
    Wow. That was my first impression of Dr. Wattles' message. This information, though written during the great industrial revolution, is Very vital to today. As I read and re-read TSGR, I find more and more that this simple psychology is a way of lifting the masses. It is a perfect companion to "The Secret" and any of the work put forth by Abraham-Hicks philosophy. Enjoy!...more info
  • interesting read!!!
    due to reading 'law of attraction' i was enticed to 'search for' this book that various other books have mentioned (such as THE SECRET). i think if so many books have derived from this book, then it makes sense to read THE BOOK, dont you think?

    well apart from very strange wording (as it was written so long ago, in another time) the concept was enlightening and extremly thought provoking - to imagine that your thoughts could be put out there in a CERTAIN WAY - and that the UNIVERSE will deliver your thoughts back to you! certainly motivating enough to keep your thoughts ALWAYS POSITIVE and VISUALISE the things you REALLY WANT in life - (so be careful what you wish for...you just might get it!!!)

    i particularly enjoyed learning that when you 'sell' something to somebody - it should offer far more 'value' to the buyer than just the monetary value of the price asked for it - extremly interesting if you are in business, sales or starting your own company!!! and very PRACTICAL advice, no doubt!

    this book is well worth the read and i would highly recommend it - however be prepared for some wording that seems strange until you have picked it apart and really analysed what the author is trying to say!

    im still visualising the lottery win, i asked for, six weeks later - so it should be due any minute now!!! *grin*...more info
  • BAGH HUMBUG
    Don't let your inner scrooge, suspicious little person, insignificant fly of a 'logical brain' (when compared to the real YOU ~ the instinctual one) get in the way of you recognizing and accepting this book as almost a Masterpiece. The way that it is written, devoid of any judgement of the reader, and full...FULL of concern/encouragement/in short - love - is unmatched. whoever this Wattles is, may the Lord Ble$$ him in all ways....more info
  • Great and Quick Read
    The author gets right to the heart of the matter. Much more substantive than the movie that it inspired and that is currently all the rage. If you enjoyed the movie then this book is a must read. It's an excellent foundation to the movie. It was an opportunity to bask in centuries old wisdom without all of the "New Age" fluff, which can probably be attributed to the fact that the book was written nearly a century ago....more info
  • Good information even a hundred years later
    You'll notice that Choleric types hate this resource because they only believe in what they can see right here, right now. However, if you are open to visualization and The Law of Attraction, you'll benefit from this resource.

    The only drawback for me was the monotone, non-personality narration. Oh my gosh, this guy is dull. Almost to the point of being comical. Nevertheless, if you stay focused on the meat of the message you'll get past it for the most part.

    I swear, this guy sounds as though he's reading an owners manual for a Fax machine. Oddly enough, using earphones made it easier to focus on the content of the message versus using a player with external speakers.

    All joking aside, this resource is worth owning and sharing with others who are seeking to improve their ability to attract good into their life and those around them....more info
  • The best Law of Attraction book I've read!
    This book was great. It filled the gaps left after reading The Secret.
    At first I was a bit turned off because of the some of the psycho-babble but in the end it was perfect. The author explain concepts well and reinterates points just frequently enough that they became something that I kind of sang along with and now I am putting in to practice everthing that I learned in the book. The book explains our place in the world and that our desire to get rich is ok and even expected. Please take the time to read/listen to the book yourself. It was quick and it won't take anything out of your life it you don't like it. I think it was wonderful....more info
  • Abundance as Everyones' Reality Better Serves Everyone
    I believe that the Science of Getting Rich by Wallace Wattles is a very important book. The concepts in the book help people to recondition their minds and belief systems such that they can choose to stop believing that lack is ok and normal.

    In many cases, entire lifetimes are centered around limiting thoughts that don't serve most folks well at all. Often the limiting thoughts come from fear of hoping for something more or better in life because many generations have been disappointed as they lived in the shadow of others' competitive grasp for wealth and thus concluded that wealth was not for everyone. Wallace Wattle's book gives all permission to let go of that fearful belief.

    I especially like how the book points out that abundance is wealth and thus wealth is the very nature of all existence and we can choose to accept that that means that abundance/wealth is available to all of existence. When one thinks on that truth things start to make a lot of sense. Simply think a moment about how even a plant produces many seeds or think about the number of sand granules at the beach or even the number of cells in one body.

    The book's discussion of how everything and everyone comes from an infinite source of abundant matter puts everything into perspective---we can scientifically agree that all matter is made of the same things (atomic particles) which come from the same source. Now if we can allow our minds to grasp that that means all is for all, not just for some. The book encourages every reader to allow this possibility to become a part of their life.

    That is what I really like about the book, it states that all is for all and that the creative mode vs. the competitive mode can be the way we go about living. We don't have to compete for resources once we consider the infinite possibilities of the human mind as an electromagnetic tool of co-creation connected to its power source.

    Everyones' mind is an eletromagnetic series of neural pathways with electrical pulses (as all matter is made up of the same). The power source would be the origin of all life. So we can now deduce that all life has access to the same power source and thus can choose to connect with that source to support life and improve the experience of it if we are willing to entertain the possibility that we can use our minds more actively than we tend to.

    The section on gratitude is very useful. As humans, it can be easy to lose site of every detail we can constantly choose to be grateful for. The book encourages gratitude as a consistent practice that elevates one's energetic potential and thus improves the experience of life.

    The book is very easy to read and really does gives very practical steps to creating a wealth consciousness that produces results. If a reader fills overwhelmed by the amazing implication of the content the reader can read/listen to the book over and over until you 'get it'. I highly recommend the book. For those wondering about the science distinction consider the dictionary definition of science as a proven method arrived at by various means of discovery.
    ...more info
  • A must read
    This is a definitive book for anyone who wants to enter the kingdom of God....more info
  • thinking abundantly
    More than just a positive thinking book. Was highly recommended by Rhonda Byrne from "The Secret," and very much worth your read. Something that is a reminder of how we need to be thinking at all times and how it really does make a difference in the abundance in our lives. ...more info
  • The "Rich Substance"....
    This "Rich Substance" is available in "More Abundance" then your human mind could ever imagine!

    This book gives you a little look & feel into the understanding of the "science" behind the "field of consciousness" which contains every yacht, ferarri, currency bill, etc, that will ever be in existance! Imagine learning how to tap it... Pick up this one and welcome yourmind to the "rich substance"

    Thomas S Fisher
    Author: Pennies to Billions, "How to Go from Broke to Billionaire, Step by Step"...more info
  • The Science of Getting Rich
    This book is very interesting and helpful. It makes you stop and think about your thoughts on money and all other parts of your life. It is written very formal so some parts were a little hard to understand. I do think everyone could gain from reading or owning this book....more info
  • As good today as 100 years ago
    I devoured this book on a 2 hour plane trip! After reading "The Secret" where this book was mentioned over and over, I thought I'd give it a try.
    I highly recomend it and suggest you have a highlighter with you when you read it.You will want to take notes...more info
  • The Secret
    For me, Wallace Wattles' book IS the secret, the law of attraction expressed many years ago before the age of quantum physics was brought forward into the mainstream. Similarly, "As A Man Thinketh" written some maybe 60-75 years ago by James Allen is a "must read" for everyone. My mother gave me a copy when I was about 12. I feel positive it had a great affect upon my life - I'm 70....more info
  • Down to Earth & Practical
    "The Science of Getting Rich" by Wallace Wattles is a down to earth & practical book about developing prosperity in your life, in ways that you had never imagined as possible. Clear, concise, providing techniques that you can integrate easily into your day to day life.

    A most recommended book that expands on ideas provided in the Secret.

    Even better read together with:

    NEXUS,by Morrison & Singh,Nexus: A Neo Novel a contemporary Fiction novel that has much wisdom for you to discover....more info
  • Not what I expected
    Purchased this audiobook after listening to "The Secret". This book is very outdated. Interesting, but not very relevant....more info
  • A timeless take on getting rich ...
    First published in 1910, the firt thing you'll notice when reading this book is the old language. I didn't actually know this when I bought it, and that fact immedietly jumped out at me.

    The concepts seem a little out there, and at times a little unrealistic, but they work. The book is all about conditioning yourself to think a certain way.

    Read this book, take it to heart, and become rich yourself.

    Matthew Overstreet
    http://www.swordwares.com...more info
  • Review of Science of Getting Rich
    As I go through this book, every chapter becomes more and more compelling. It has very simple principles to adhere to, so you can create your own wealth. I love the simplicity and directness as the author explains how to think in "a certain way" to continually have what it is you want. I bought this book because it was mentioned in The Secret and was interested in reading more about it. I am so glad I now have it in my library....more info
  • Timeless concepts for modern day
    I first downloaded The Science of Getting Rich ebook about 5 years ago.
    When I started reading it, I recognized the prosperity principles I'd actually been using for years. (In fact, my partner Rick and I used them to move from a 1400 sq ft condo to a 7 acre ranch.) However, I found myself fascinated by Wattle's book and his clear description of the steps to creating prosperity (indeed, anything you want in life. Now it's being called "the secret.") Wattles' book reinforced for me the practice of focusing solely on what you want, not what you don't want. My partner and I were so enthusiastic about this book we decided to record it as an audio book and add in the prosperity work we'd been offering. Although the language in Wattles' book is outdated, his concepts are timeless. I highly recommend it. ...more info
  • Excellent Inspirational and Motivating Book
    I have always been a fan of books like Think and Grow rich, and years after found this title, The Science of Getting Rich. It is both inspirational and motivating. Anybody going into business should read this work. This edition is quite inexpensive, so you won't have to bet the farm when you purchase this book....more info
  • Excellent Presentation of Prosperity Principles
    I was given this book many years ago but I never read it. Then one day I noticed a book I had written turned up on The Science of Getting Rich site as recommended reading. I visited the site and I was intrigued with this Wattles fellow so I pulled his little book off my shelf.

    I was perfectly astounded at the clarity and practicality of this man's presentation of prosperity principles. I don't think anyone has said it any better than Wallace Wattles. The language is a bit archaic, so I downloaded the book (there are many floating around out there) to update it for my own use. What a great experience this has been.

    I fully believe that anyone who grasps and practices the simple principles outlined in this book can accomplish anything they put their heart into.

    There are hundreds of how-to prosperity books out there, but this pristine presentation of principles has to be rated among the very best.

    J Douglas Bottorff, author of The Whisper of Pialigos ...more info
  • The Science of Getting Rich
    The Paperback, Jan. 2002 by Wallace D. Wattles & Judith L. Powel is powerful, scientific, easy to read and YOU GET IT! It is inspiring, practical and simple. We all have access to the unlimited riches of the universe. Enjoy it!


    ...more info
  • The Science of Getting Rich
    It's hard to believe this book was written almost a hundred years ago, and is still relavent today! If you work the plan that is outlined in the book you can't help but find success in your life....more info
  • An Excellent Insightful Look
    I have listened to this CD over and over and there's nothing quite like it. Mr. Wattles gets to the point without any 'fluff' and since this was written almost 100 years ago, it's still very applicable today. I would recommend this to anyone who (1) doesn't have time to sit and read a book and (2) wants to get the absolute facts on getting rich and how it's possible if these instructions are followed....more info
  • The Science of Getting Rich
    This book is a reminder about the truth that we all hold within. I wish all middle & high school students were required to read it. Our power/truth is not outside of us, it is within us. We naturally are always seeking to live our truth & when we don't we feel the loss....more info
  • You have got to be kidding me ....
    Readers deserve a reward if they can stay awake during the reading of this 110-page book. It's hard to see what all the fuss is about. The book reads more like a philosophy text than a practical guide to riches. Maybe the science of getting rich lies in . . . writing a book purporting to tell others that there is a "science" to it.

    I'm sorry -- maybe it's just me but the book seemed like 100-year old drivel and seemed interminable, even at its slim length.

    Your mileage may vary ... ...more info
  • a BEAUTY!
    I've been reading a 'lot' of great books this last couple of weeks (as part of a Research Report I'm required to do for my Professional Coaching Certification).

    I felt like sharing with viewers, my own thoughts on this one, because it is a classic to treasure.

    Mr. Wattles' book - "The Science Of Getting Rich" - is one of those rare books - it's a brilliant approach to Wealth Creation.

    It is not an easy read at first, but its message is simple, practical and helpful! When I went slowly, and reflected on its wisdom, I dearly loved it.

    His other two books - "The Science Of Being Well" and "The Science Of Being Great - are likewise, wonderful studies.

    LOA - The real theme of this book is the beautiful, universal Law Of Attraction ((we become and attract - what we think about and do)).

    Perhaps Mr. Wattles's book really 'pioneered' the LOA (and since, other books [and movies] - such as "The Secret" - have followed).

    A very easy 5-STAR rating.

    Sincerely,

    Peter Arnold, CLU, CFC / Founder
    Business Achievers Academy / Canada...more info
  • Abundance as Everyones' Reality Better Serves Everyone
    I believe that the Science of Getting Rich by Wallace Wattles is a very important book. The concepts in the book help people to recondition their minds and belief systems such that they can choose to stop believing that lack is ok and normal.

    In many cases, entire lifetimes are centered around limiting thoughts that don't serve most folks well at all. Often the limiting thoughts come from fear of hoping for something more or better in life because many generations have been disappointed as they lived in the shadow of others' competitive grasp for wealth and thus concluded that wealth was not for everyone. Wallace Wattle's book gives all permission to let go of that fearful belief.

    I especially like how the book points out that abundance is wealth and thus wealth is the very nature of all existence and we can choose to accept that that means that abundance/wealth is available to all of existence. When one thinks on that truth things start to make a lot of sense. Simply think a moment about how even a plant produces many seeds or think about the number of sand granules at the beach or even the number of cells in one body.

    The book's discussion of how everything and everyone comes from an infinite source of abundant matter puts everything into perspective---we can scientifically agree that all matter is made of the same things (atomic particles) which come from the same source. Now if we can allow our minds to grasp that that means all is for all, not just for some. The book encourages every reader to allow this possibility to become a part of their life.

    That is what I really like about the book, it states that all is for all and that the creative mode vs. the competitive mode can be the way we go about living. We don't have to compete for resources once we consider the infinite possibilities of the human mind as an electromagnetic tool of co-creation connected to its power source.

    Everyones' mind is an eletromagnetic series of neural pathways with electrical pulses (as all matter is made up of the same). The power source would be the origin of all life. So we can now deduce that all life has access to the same power source and thus can choose to connect with that source to support life and improve the experience of it if we are willing to entertain the possibility that we can use our minds more actively than we tend to.

    The section on gratitude is very useful. As humans, it can be easy to lose site of every detail we can constantly choose to be grateful for. The book encourages gratitude as a consistent practice that elevates one's energetic potential and thus improves the experience of life.

    The book is very easy to read and really does gives very practical steps to creating a wealth consciousness that produces results. If a reader fills overwhelmed by the amazing implication of the content the reader can read/listen to the book over and over until you 'get it'. I highly recommend the book. For those wondering about the science distinction consider the dictionary definition of science as a proven method arrived at by various means of discovery.
    ...more info
  • Awesome - The Book "The Secret" was based on!
    This book gives you all you need to know regarding "The Law of Attraction". It's short and to the point and best of all...it works!...more info
  • The Nuts and Bolts of The Secret
    For those who've read "The Secret," this could be the main outline, the essential ingredients to that yarn. Wattles goes a little further to explain why you can't wish for things, they must be tied to positive action. Even though the title does not suggest religious overtones, Wattles is very much a christian, and casts his information in great humility. The unspecified action steps, he leaves to the reader. All you need to do is buy some discounted operating system software, grasshopper..... ...more info
  • The science Of Getting Rich
    Think and grow rich...great concept. I'm trying it out and hope for the best....more info
  • A high-end paperback at a low-end price.
    This Penguin edition of the Science of Getting Rich also contains Wattles' five-chapter How to Get What You Want. If you're a bibliophile, you'll also appreciate this book's ecru stock, deckle (ragged) edge, and covers that open up to serve as bookmarks. ...more info
  • Foundational Material for the Mind-Thought-Manifestation process
    I found this book about 20 years ago, read it and didn't get what it was talking about. Lately, The Secret has been in the news. As soon as I heard about it, I got the book and the DVD. This set me on a path to discovery. I stumbled across my copy of The Science of Getting Rich and low and behold, it all came to me like an epiphany. I got it. I now know the Science behind getting Rich or getting anything else for that matter. It's the Mind-Thought-Manifestation link. The same way God thought us into existence, we have the life power of God in us. We too can manifest what we want by living in the power of Manifestation. Earl Nightengale called it Earl Nightingale's The Strangest Secret which I listened to about 25 years ago. I now listned to this with a new understanding.

    Read this book but be attuned to the power of the mind before attempting to understand it. You will be richer person for it....more info
  • www.YourSevenSecretLesson.com Best book I have read
    Bob Proctor is the one of the student of Wallace D. Wattle. If you've never seen or heard Bob Proctor, let me tell you a little about the man. He is one of America's best philosophers in the area of attracting wealth. He doesn't hide the fact that he did not develop these ideas, he simply has studied them for over 40 years, and is the best I've ever seen at delivering them. He study and apply the principals in his life and life of thousand people.

    Alexander The Great Alperovich...more info
  • Great, but dificult
    Wattles' book is a classic in the success and wealth creation genres. However, this book makes for difficult reading due to its early 1900s use of language, and its metaphysical/philosophical approach. that said, please do not be discouraged. Read the book anyway and try to grasp its important message inherent in the law of attraction. Wattle does not present a specific plan for wealth creation, but does provide suggestions on how to think and act in order to set the foundation for wealth accumulation.

    If you are interested in more specific details on achieving wealth, I recommend you read "The richest Man in Babylon," by George Clason, and "The 17 Principles of Creating Wealth," by Phillip Collinsworth. For a modern discussion on the law of attraction, you should read "Shortcut to a Miracle," by Michael and Elizabeth Rann....more info

 

 
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