People have been struggling with issues of poverty and wealth since money became a part of our culture, and The Science of Getting Rich was written by Wallace Wattles in the early 1900’s as an answer – to help people struggling to overcome money problems.
The Science of Getting Rich
Wattles explains in The Science of Getting Rich: The Original Classic,
that ownership of money and property are always the result of doing things a certain way, whether on purpose or by accident, and that those who do not do things in the manner described will never be rich no matter how hard they work.
What Won’t Make You Rich
While every advantage you can acquire is a positive thing, this inspirational self-help book explains that getting rich isn’t based on environment, talent, thriftiness, or even doing things better than your competition does them.
So, What Is The Science of Getting Rich?
Now that you have been given the information that getting rich isn’t based on where you live, what you know how to do, how good you are with money, or being better at things than someone else is – I bet you’re ready to hear what this classic book says will make you rich, right?
Using Science and Your Brain to Attract Prosperity
In a manner very similar to Napoleon Hill’s book, Think and Grow Rich, which was published about 26 years after Wallace Wattle’s book, the science behind getting rich is using faith and the power of your mind to create and draw riches to you – using what is now commonly called the law of attraction to make yourself into a magnet for good things and prosperity.
This short review of The Science of Getting Rich gives you an idea of the book’s contents; though to fully understand the concepts explained by Wattles you should invest the time to read and study the book, put the concepts into play in your daily life, and then form your own opinions of the book’s value as a learning tool.