In this program, Denis Waitley narrates the classic book, written by Wallace D. Wattles in 1910, which contains the underlying philosophy of how and why to attain true wealth.
When Rhonda Byrne, creator of the global phenomenon The Secret, enlisted Denis Waitley's participation as one of the teachers in both the video and book versions, they both discovered that Wattles' work had profoundly influenced their own beliefs concerning fundamental laws of success, including the law of attraction, the law of increase, and the law of gratitude.
A recognized pioneer in the personal development movement, Denis Waitley is one of the most respected and listened-to voices on high-performance achievement. The author of 18 nonfiction books, his audio album The Psychology of Winning is the all-time best-selling program on self-mastery.
The Science of Getting Rich, narrated by Denis Waitley, is the seminal work by Wallace D. Wattles. With timeless principles leading to material and spiritual wealth, it is as relevant today as it was more than a century ago, when it was first published.
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I love this book. It's uplifting and very clear on how to live a prosperous life which makes it relatable to everyone. I try to listen to this audible daily to keep myself on track. This is my favorite version of the book because the narrator stops between chapters to explain. If you have any confusion or struggles with life or manifestation this is the book for you.
One of the best
Denis Waitley - Excellent Author and very humble.
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I've listened to 4 different people read this book, and Dennis Waitley not only reads it well, he imbues his performance with stamp of someone who actually understands and lives these principles. You can't fake real, true enthusiasm and deep feeling, and Dennis reads with both.
Having personally applied the principles in this book, I directly attribute much of my success to having followed them faithfully(as the author suggests). I consider this to be the Great Grandaddy and predecessor of most of the modern self-help and prosperity literature. Put aside religious dogma, and listen to & read (yes, this one is well worth the reading!) his words carefully. Anyone who dismisses this work has either not read it/heard it, or has not faithfully followed the instructions. It's one thing to just read or listen to something; it's another thing entirely to actually put aside fear, pride, love of comfort and laziness, and implement what is actually being taught. There's a reason why Rhonda Byrne (of "The Secret" fame), Earl Nightingale (Nightingale-Conant Publishing), Bob Procter, and scores of other high-profile gurus and teachers defer to Wattles' Masterpiece as one of the most deeply enlightening, instructive and inspiring books ever written on the subject of prosperity and abundance.
This book is only life-changing if you are willing to approach listening to and reading it with an open, teachable mind. And If you are willing to faithfully do what it instructs you to do, then buckle up!
I have listened to this amazing book multiple times each day over the past weekend. It helped me overcome fear and a feeling of helplessness when my wife fell, hurt her back and lost all feeling in her legs three days ago. Since listening to this book, I changed my focus from worry and fear to gratitude and joy. I created a clear mental picture of her walking and running, and accepted this in faith and gratitude. I am grateful to report that today she was able to feel her legs again and move her feet. What we create in our thoughts, and in full faith are grateful for, truly does come about. Thank you. Pieter J Sadie
I found it helpful to replace "formless matter" with "energy" and keeping your "vibrations" elevated. This books concepts are very much like "The Secret".
I plan on listening to it everyday for at least 30 minutes until it is firmly in my mind.
"Toxic rubbish for the weak minded. Avoid this."
Rubbish and tosh. learn actual skills and be frugal to succeed in life. Not This Way
"Good audio book, worth a listen"
This is a good basic audio book. It's not the best audio book on this subject but it does cover some of the fundamental basics like vision, though process, action and creativity. It's a good inexpensive book to get people started or reinforce the basics.
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