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Publisher's Summary

The Science of Getting Rich is a classic, written by Wallace D. Wattles, and published in 1910. Wattles died in 1911, shortly after publishing this book. Forgotten for decades, it was recently rediscovered. The timeless principles in this classic will transform your financial future. 

A primary principal in The Science of Getting Rich is to always give more in "use value" than you receive in "cash value" for your products or services. As Wattles states in his book, if you practice and apply this science, you will get rich! Brought to you here in its original unabridged format, as written by Wallace in 1910.

Public Domain (P)2018 Dauphin Publications

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Well written and well narrated

This book was well written version of this topic and Christa Lewis did a very nice job on the narration. A good snapshot of history with the example of predicting air travel as being a very large future opportunity.

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Most amazing book!

In concise, clear language, this book illustrates not only how to get rich, but how to live an abundant life filled with true purpose, kindness to others and reclaiming that child-like wonder that was lost for so many, so long ago!

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Very soothing voice

Christa Lewis narrates with clarity and conviction. The book only comes alive when the narrator “narrates” without tension in the audience. Lewis does this job well.

The book itself... well, Wattles seems to be rigidly polarizing to support his point. But this leads to some tension in the audience.
We all need to take what we decide to take away with us.

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  • Brandi Fleeks
  • 2019-04-18

Well read and easy to follow

I enjoyed this book greatly. I especially appreciate the fact that I could find this book with a female narrator with a casual tone. I'm on my second listen in 2 days, and I'm catching things I missed in the first listen. Her tone isn't condescending and it's easy to listen to her whereas, several of the male narrators I listened to while sampling which version of this book to purchase turned me off, and thus were left in the Audible store.

Now, if someone would produce a female-narrated version of the original version of Think and Grow Rich, that would be perfection.

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  • Amazon Customer
  • 2019-04-16

Mind Shift

It will change the way you think about wealth and what you do, say and focus on. I'm going to listen to it a few more times to get it to stick.

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  • M. Smith
  • 2018-11-29

Timeless Material read with Pleasant Voice

This is timeless information delivered by Wattles and I enjoy the narrators voice. I have the physical book, however I like to listen to it on the go. Excellent Work!

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2019-03-15

Enlightening

Simple guide to use what you have to achieve and receive what you want and need.

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  • Anonymous User
  • 2019-05-13

Amazing Book!

Love this book! I can literally listen to it everyday! This should be a must read for all children in school.