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The Science of Getting Rich

The Science of Getting Rich

The Complete Original Edition with Bonus Books

GPS Guides to Life

Wallace D. Wattles

St. Martin's Essentials

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A new edition of the classic guide to building wealth. Also Includes Two Bonus Books, The Science of Being Great and The Science of Being Well

The Science of Getting Rich: The Complete Original Edition is a New Thought classic that has helped countless people achieve their dreams and secure financial success. The inspiration behind Rhonda Byrne’s bestselling book The Secret, The Science of Getting Rich offers a transformative path to success by showing readers how to use the power of thought, willpower, and intention to create wealth of all kinds in their lives. Author Wallace D. Wattles was a formative writer of the New Thought tradition. This new edition of his timeless book includes Wattle’s original text along with two bonus books, The Science of Being Great and The Science of Being Well. These companion books further elaborate on the success principles and ideas Wattles developed.

The Science of Getting Rich is the latest volume in the GPS (Good, Practical, Simple) Guides to Life series, which are designed to bring classic success and self-help books to a new generation of readers. The Science of Getting Rich will help readers develop vision and willpower, and in doing so, access the wealth they have always dreamed of.

INTRODUCTION


The Science of Getting Rich was originally published in 1910, followed quickly by The Science of Being Well and The Science of Being Great, all three of which are included in this one volume. They have...

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Wallace D. Wattles

WALLACE D. WATTLES was an influential member of the New Thought movement, helping to spread its ideals through his groundbreaking classics The Science of Getting Rich, The Science of Being Great, and The Science of Being Well. He died in 1911, but his works continue to influence new generations of readers to this day.

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