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Henry Harrison Brown was a leading motivational speaker of his era, who would offer lectures on having the right mentality to gain fortune and happiness in life.
The central lesson of this impacting text is simple: that it is by changing our mindset that wealth will attend to us. Possessing a mentality of poverty will only beget more poverty; it is by nurturing and development an inner confidence and wealth of spirit that material wealth, in the form of dollars, will attend us in due course. Such a process will not happen oversight: the author acknowledges that a change in view requires a slow, steady development in outlook.
In encouraging his readers, Brown notes that it is not people who require money, it is money that requires people. Without people to spend dollars, the dollars themselves are useless. Therefore part of the author's proscription is for readers to inwardly affirm that dollars want and need a person to even serve their function. Acknowledging that such a shift in viewpoint is huge, Brown nevertheless offers encouragement and enforcement in this text.
Brown tied his lectures to spiritual views on collective consciousness. A popular figure in the New Thought movement of the late 19th and early 20th century, some of the philosophical ideas of that group are alluded to in this text. For the author, the power of concentration and affirmation could lead any man to prosperity.