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Is The Science of Getting Rich Real or a Fallacy?

The Science of getting rich has come into sharp focus in recent years.

Why now?

The answer is simple.

The Secret. So what is the connection between "The Secret" and the science of getting rich?

In her smash hit audio-book, The Secret, Rhonda Byrne reveals her own secret.

The little known book "The Science of Getting Rich" written in 1912 by Wallace D. Wattles, was responsible for her (sort of) awakening.

What exactly did Wallace Wattles reveal?

What was in The science of getting rich that led an unknown Australian author, Rhonda Byrne to produce one of the most talked about program?

Controversial or not, you will find ageless nuggets in Wallace Wattle's unearthed treasure.

Like many people that have devoured his work, you will find that what Wallace Wattles had to say literally a century ago is exactly what you can use today.

In a nutshell, Wallace Wattles narrows the science of getting rich into formulaic assertions, which when followed correctly will lead you to achieving your desired good.

The key aspect in the this getting rich formula has been the focus of present day gurus: Thought.

"And this stuff is thinking stuff; a thought held in it produces the form of the thought". --Wallace D. Wattles

Arguably, most people still struggle to practically "get" what personal development teachers such as Tony Robbins, Wayne Dyer and others have been teaching for decades regarding thought and the role thought plays in creating wealth, riches, good health.

It could simply be that most of us have existed thoughtlessly, moving from one thing to another as though we were on autopilot. So far things seem to be just fine for most of us. Or are they?

The reason that The Secret produced so much to talk about could possibly be because everyone who read it felt a sense of Truth in it. Truth can cause different reactions, ranging from utter disgust, annoyance all the way to pure joy.




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