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.
What you will learn about:
The right to be rich
There is a science of getting rich, like mathematics or physics
How riches come to you
Thinking and doing things in a certain way
The law of attraction
Getting into the right business
The law of gratitude and the impression of increase
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Incredible book but changed from the original
Easily this is one of the most powerful and influential. I will listen to this repeatedly for years.
While a great book, I'm very disappointed that Waitley, for reasons of political correctness, repeatedly changed the wording throughout this classic book. While I understand and appreciate that times have changed, it's never, ever cool to rewrite books....especially if you don't specifically mention this in the book description. Such changes make it somewhat difficult to follow along in original versions of the print book. I will likely have to locate another audio version which has not been rewritten so I can study this work in detail.
PLEASE, if you rewrite books, make note of it in the descrdescriptions and don't call it "unabridged".