The inspiration behind Rhonda Byrne’s The Secret, Wattles’ bestseller explains how to overcome the mental barriers holding us back from achieving success and shows how creativity, not competition, is the key to prosperity.
A Book to be Read
This is certainly a book that everyone should read, not become hypnotized, but to acquire a unique sense of knowledge. Be warned that religion is tied into this scientific philosophy, but a general view of divine power is proposed as a viewable position to Jesus or God. This book is definite in the way it tries to persuade and has a strong ideology that asks for zero questioning. Rather or not you plan to blindly follow the philosophy, it is certainly a nutritious food for thought.
I would like to thank the author for his willingness to share some of the most useful and effective advice I have ever read. I even found it more important Napoleon Hill's classic _THINK AND GROW RICH_.
Great read with valuable advice
Truly enjoy this book. Finished it in an hour. Will read it again.
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