The Science of Getting Rich

  • by Wallace D. Wattles, Mitch Horowitz
  • Narrated by Mitch Horowitz
  • 0 hrs and 50 mins
  • Abridged Audiobook

Publisher's Summary

A Special Condensation of One of the Most Radical and Effective Success Programs Ever Written
This is no ordinary audiobook. You are about to encounter Wallace D. Wattles' brilliant and simple distillation of the inner path to wealth and success. Wattles, a social reformer and positive-mind pioneer, dedicated a lifetime to testing and distilling the principles of achievement espoused by the greatest minds in history. His classic, The Science of Getting Rich, is the result. In this abridgement you will quickly and efficiently discover:


How ideas shape the physical world
Why creativity matters more than competition
Why one passionately felt aim is the foundation of all achievement
How your mental powers and practical abilities work together

Abridged and introduced by PEN Award-winning historian Mitch Horowitz, here is the dramatic and eye-opening masterwork by an incredibly bold thinker who had one simple aim: to bring riches to the masses of people.
The Condensed Classics Library "40 Minutes to a New You".

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easy listening, resonates with many other philosophies about alinging your vibrations and altering your polarities... enjoyable book
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- Robert

Perfect finish to 20 years study

I've been studying this way of life now for 20 years, this audio provides the perfect culmination of those works. It not only applies to money but health aswell. During my studies Rhonda Byrne came up with the film "The Secret" in which these methods are not quite going far enough, apply the principals of this audio in full and you'll get whatever you want. It's not my intention to become an author of self help I'll leave that to others, but from personal experience I know these methods work
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- Dave Towers

Book Details

  • Release Date: 01-06-2016
  • Publisher: Condensed Classics