The Secret of the Ages

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Kessinger Publishing, 1 de jan. de 2003 - 636 páginas
Contains the complete set of Volumes 1 through 7. A series of books to give inspiration and opportunity to those middle class persons who are not poor enough for charity, nor rich enough to afford things themselves. The author intended to inspire, the kind of inspiration that makes a man go out and create his own opportunity. Yours is the world and everything in it!

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Comentário do usuário  - joycephilbin - LibraryThing

The author of "The Secret of the Ages", Robert Collier, during an active and successful life developed the basic ideas which opened up new vistas of living for countless multitudes of people. Brought ... Ler resenha completa

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Comentário do usuário  - icdzines - Overstock.com

This book is inspirational and worth reading...For example...when you plant a seed you dont dig it up the next day to see if its growing.One of the secrets to success is the ability to kill a thought ... Ler resenha completa

Sobre o autor (2003)

A progressive social reformer and New Thought pioneer, Wallace D. Wattles was born in 1860 in the United States. He popularized creative-thought principles in his groundbreaking classics "The Science of Getting Rich," "The Science of Being Great," and "The Science of Being Well," An inspiration to on future generations of success writers, he died in 1911. Born in St. Louis, Missouri, in 1885, Robert Collier distilled New Thought, metaphysical, and success principles into a popular and influential pamphlet series, collected into a single volume as "The Secret of the Ages" in 1926, and later revised by Collier in an expanded edition in 1948. He died in 1950. Born in 1866, Charles F. Haanel achieved success as both a businessman and an author, rising to top positions at numerous corporations in his native St. Louis. Often called the "Father of Personal Development," Haanel was among the earliest writers to popularize the "Law of Attraction." He published "The Master Key System" as a correspondence course in 1912 and collected his lessons into a single volume in 1917. He died in 1949.

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