This is the Wallace D. Wattles Trilogy audiobook collection. Included are
The Science of Getting Rich,
The Science of Being Great, and
The Science of Being Well.
The Science of Getting Rich
Wallace D. Wattles has helped millions of people achieve financial success. It was through his tireless study and experimentation that he discovered the truth of New Thought principles and put them into practice in his own life. He began to write books outlining these principles. He practiced the technique of creative visualization, and, as his daughter Florence relates, "He wrote almost constantly".
His most famous work is a book called The Science of Getting Rich, in which he explains how to get rich and live life in all of its abundance.
The Science of Getting Rich is a must-have audiobook for anyone who wants to create wealth and achieve financial independence.
The Science of Being Well
This book is an instructor in the use of the universal Principle of Life, and my effort has been to explain the way in so plain and simple a fashion that the reader, though he may have given no previous study to New Thought or metaphysics, may readily follow it to perfect health.
The Science of Being Great
There is a Principle of Power in every person. By the intelligent use and direction of this principle, man can develop his own mental faculties. Man has an inherent power by which he may grow in whatsoever direction he pleases, and there does not appear to be any limit to the possibilities of his growth.
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Science of Wattles Trilogy
Great book! Recently purchased the audiobook for ease when I am not able to read. The book literally changed my life. Would recommend it to all. As a matter of fact, I have referred many friends to the book and they have reported the same transformation. The book has been the beginning of a new understanding and enlightenment.
All there books are merged into one track so, you need to keep track where you left off from a 7+ hour track. Dont mess up the setting or you will lose your place. The one star is due to the formatting; the material is another story.