How To Prosper In Hard Times is filled with time-tested wealth and prosperity building principles from some of the greatest motivational writers of all times. Authors include Napoleon Hill, George S. Clason, James Allen and others who have given us classic books on the subject of wealth building.
The subtitle says it all, Blueprints for Abundance by the Greatest Motivational Teachers of All Time. There couldn’t be a better time in our recent economic history to release a more powerful compilation of wisdom on the subject of wealth building.
There is an underlying theme from all eight featured authors – thought and belief can either create your wealth or destroy your life. We have choices and it is the quality of the choices that creates our destiny. All the authors believe that affirming and visualizing abundance and prosperity were vital to achieving true wealth. Our greatest wealth-building tools reside deep within us – within our mind, heart and spirit of belief in a higher power.
I do have to tell you that these early writers mention The Devine, God and Higher Purpose in their writings. Some even quote the Bible. If this language or belief system offends you, then this book may not be for you. The language can be archaic at times and very gender specific. Read past that and gather the pearls of wisdom from each author – there is a powerful reason their writings have endured for all these decades.
Here are excerpts from a few of the authors:
Joseph Murphy - Best known for his book, The Power of the Subconscious Mind: How To Attract Money
His pearls of wisdom revolve around how wealth is a state of consciousness.
“Take this little phrase; repeat it slowly four or five minutes three or four times a day quietly to yourself; Money is forever circulating freely in my life, and there is always a Devine surplus.”
Napoleon Hill - Author of the classic Think and Grow Rich: How Success Grows From Failure
“We can accomplish pretty much whatever we make up our minds to accomplish. Lay it down as a general rule – real strength comes from struggle, hardship, adversity, and handicaps imposed upon us by causes beyond our immediate control.”
George S. Clason – Author of Richest Man in Babylon: Seven Remedies for a Lean Purse
“For every ten coins thou places within thou purse take out for use but nine. Thy purse will start to fatten at once and its increasing weight will feel good in thy hand and bring satisfaction to thy soul.”
James Allen – known for his classic, As A Man Thinketh: Light On Life’s Difficulties
This is probably the largest section of the book. It focuses all the different “lights” that come into play as we make our way through the trial and tribulations of life.
“Our life is what we make it by our own thoughts and deeds. It is our own state and attitude of mind which determine whether we are happy or unhappy, strong or weak, sinful or holy, foolish or wise.”
Florence Scoval Shinn: Affirmations for Prosperity
There are two pages of prosperity affirmations –
“I now release the gold-mine within me. I am linked with the endless golden stream of prosperity which comes to me under grace in perfect ways.”
Here is a book from authors whose works are as powerful today as when they were first written. How To Prosper In Hard Times is reading for financial mind and soul. There is true abundance and wealth wisdom between these 255 pages.
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