The Greatest Writings of All Time On The Secrets To Wealth And Prosperity
Tarcher/Penquin published a compilation of nineteen authors from Napoleon Hill and Benjamin Franklin to Emmet Fox. These are the best teachers, with true success stories, you will find on the subjects of wealth and prosperity. This book is a goldmine! They’ve even got Florence Scovel Shinn, who was my introduction to the Universal wealth laws many years ago.
When I received this book to review I grabbed it and screamed! The cover is navy blue with silver writing which causes you to want to open it and begin, anywhere! It’s like a magical blue box. No doubt in my mind that it will become your official “nightstand” book. Read a couple pages or a chapter before retiring at night and let the message invoke itself. Each of the nineteen authors has their groundbreaking wealth and prosperity books or pamphlets re-printed in this book - 19 books in 1! Several of the individual books are already on my bookshelf, despite being worn and highlighted, and a few I hoped to purchase soon. The law of attraction in action? You bet - it works and this compilation more than proves it.
There is something for everybody. Although the subject matter is theoretically the same, each chapter will approach it from a different angle to help each reader grasp the importance of our day-to-day tasks, attitudes and thoughts. These authors have inspired and paved the way for a myriad of contemporary authors - Louise Hay, Wayne Dyer, Rhonda Byrne, Anthony Robbins, Shakti Gawain, Deepak Chopra, etc. - and continue to this day. You cannot put this book down and walk away with “hogwash” under your breath. I truly, sincerely hope you get this book for yourself and take your time with it, reflect on its messages and implement it into your life. You will be so fortunate (in more ways than one) when you do.
My family and close friends - should they be reading this - already know what gift I will be buying for each and every one of them.
Rating:5 out of 5 stars This book breaks that scale. It’s a 10, seriously.