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The Science of Getting Rich is a book written by the New Thought Movement writer Wallace D. Wattles and published in 1910 by the Elizabeth Towne Company. The book is still in print. According to USA Today, the text is "divided into 17 short, straight-to-the-point chapters that explain how to overcome mental barriers, and how creation, rather than competition, is the hidden key to wealth attraction." This book is based on the Hindu philosophies that One is All, and that All is One (Page one of Preface). The Science of Getting Rich is based upon what Wattles called "the Certain Way of Thinking." According to Mitch Horowitz, the editor-in-chief of the Jeremy Tarcher imprint of Penguin Books, which reprinted The Science of Getting Rich in 2007, Wattles' "Certain Way" descended from the "mental healing movement" that had started earlier with Phineas P. Quimby in the mid-19th century. As Horowitz explained to a reporter from the Washington Post, after experiencing relief from physical symptoms of discomfort or illness through Quimby's mental strategies, people began to wonder, "If my state of mind seems to have a positive influence over how I feel physically, what other things can it do? Can it lead to prosperity? Can it lead to happiness in my home? Can it lead to finding love and romance?" One result of such questioning was Wattles's application of Quimbian "mental healing" strategies to financial as well as physiological situations. Chapter List : # I : The Right To Be Rich# II : There is A Science of Getting Rich# III : Is Opportunity Monopolized?# IV : The First Principle in The Science of Getting Rich# V : Increasing Life# VI : How Riches Come to You# VII : Gratitude# VIII : Thinking in the Certain Way# IX : How to Use the Will# X : Further Use of the Will# XI : Acting in the Certain Way# XII : Efficient Action# XIII : Getting into the Right Business# XIV : The Impression of Increase# XV : The Advancing Man# XVI : Some Cautions, and Concluding Observations# XVII : Summary of the Science of Getting RichFeature of this books : -- Works in offline-- Simple layout that minimal to use-- User-friendly to use-- Easy to eye for reading-- Small size apps (Only 3MB)-- Remembered last chapter reading when quit-- Free to use

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