For the last 9 years, I’ve been studying an interesting book in a cyclical rotation on our morning mastermind.
It’s called The Science of Getting Rich.
This book has helped me to cultivate a prosperity consciousness and has influenced my current philosophy in helpful ways.
- It’s helped me to believe that, contrary to popular opinion, building a life of wealth might actually be in alignment with God’s will vs. against it.
- It’s helped me to be continually reminded of the power of vision.
- It’s also helped me to know that as I accumulate prosperity – it’s imperative that I deliver more in use value than I take from the market in cash value.
One of my favorite quotes from this book is…
What I want for myself, I want for everybody. -Jones of Toledo
I just finished up a new & revised edit of this book to accommodate the 21st-century student.
As with much of the literature written in the early 1900’s and prior, there is a predominately focused use of the masculine gender.
This copy speaks a bit more fluidly to both men and women.
I’ve also added a few additional select quotations within the text.
An epic quotation from Ronda Byrne’s The Magic, into the chapter on Gratitude.
A quotation from one of our beloved mastermind participants Kevin Nelson…
“If it’s not harmony, it’s harming me.”
And, since one of the great uses of this book is in helping people develop healthy beliefs around money, I also added some select quotations at the very end from the famous Money Speech given by Francisco D’Anconia in the Ayn Rand’s Epic novel Atlas Shrugged.
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