|Title||The Science of Getting Rich||Height||13 mm|
|Author||WATTLES WALLACE||Width||0 mm|
|Publisher||Embassy Book Distributors||Pages||104|
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The Science of Getting Rich
Author: WATTLES WALLACE
The Science Of Getting Rich by Wallace D. Wattles is a self-improvement manual which focuses on the law of attraction and helps readers do what has to be done to achieve success. Summary Of The Book The Science Of Getting Rich is based on a Hindu philosophy that states One is all, and that all is One. The aim of Wattles text is to promote a specific way of thinking which will attract success. Wattles developed a technique called thinking in a certain way. According to the author, this type of thinking puts the mind in a positive state which leads to self affirmations. In order to achieve personal and financial freedom, Wattles prescribed practical approaches which were to be followed in a stepwise manner. The author maintained that readers should not chase their wants. Instead, people ought to focus on feeling gratitude. In other words, by tuning the mind to think in a specific way, prosperity and abundance would be drawn to the individual, with no need to chase both. In the book, Wattles gradually takes readers from being seekers to becoming practitioners, focusing on actions which will turn a vision into reality. The text is organized into 17 chapters which takes readers through a stepwise process to achieving material wealth. Some of these chapters are The Right To Be Rich, There is a Science of Getting Rich, Is Opportunity Monopolized, The First Principle in the Science of Getting Rich, Increasing Life, How Riches Come To You, Gratitude, Thinking In the Certain Way, How To Use The Will, Further Use Of The Will, Efficient Action, Getting Into The Right Business, The Impression Of Increase, The Advancing Man, Some Cautions and Concluding Observations, and Summary. Even though the The Science Of Getting Rich was published over a century ago, its influence continues in the present times. Rhonda Byrne, author of The Secret, credited her success to Wattles book. Tom Butler-Bowdon, a personal development scholar, includes The Science of Getting Rich in his 50 Success Classics list. About Wallace D. Wattles Wallace D. Wattles was a bestselling author, who hailed from Illinois. Wattles also authored Making of the Man Who Can, The Science of Being Great, Health Through New Thought and Fasting, and Jesus: The Man and His Work. Wattles had very little formal education. He was employed as a farm hand. After meeting George Davis Herron, a preacher of Christian Socialism, Wattles became a social visionary. He ran for public office as a Socialist, but lost both times. Wattles was also a part of the New Thought movement. Through his books, he encouraged readers to follow his theories based on the premise that he had tested them himself. Wattles was married to Abbie Walters, and together they had three children. Wattles died on February 7, 1911.