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The Science of Being Great

Wallace D. Wattles (1860-1911)

1. 01 - Any Person May Become Great
2. 02 - Heredity and Opportunity
3. 03 - The Source of Power
4. 04 - The Mind of God
5. 05 - Preparation
6. 06 - The Social Point of View
7. 07 - The Individual Point of View
8. 08 - Consecration
9. 09 - Identification
10. 10 - Idealization
11. 11 - Realization
12. 12 - Hurry and Habit
13. 13 - Thought
14. 14 - Action at Home
15. 15 - Action Abroad
16. 16 - Some Further Explanations
17. 17 - More About Thought
18. 18 - Jesus' Idea of Greatness
19. 19 - A View of Evolution
20. 20 - Serving God
21. 21 - A Mental Exercise
22. 22 - A Summary of The Science of Being Great

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Summary

The Science of Being Great is the second book of Wattles' triology. In this volume he argues that the power of thought and positive self-esteem is the only true measure of a person's greatness.

Reviews

Michael

- Being great

Great and awesome work

Ish

Absolutely brilliant. Still very relevant

Tula

- A humbling gift

Wattles offers a tried and tested method to reset the bad habits and false pride we have accumulated, reconnect with an institutional source of wisdom and become happy, sentient people with dignity. It would be foolish to ignore this succinct and one of a kind lesson because of any preconceptions and personal biases of the historical figures used as parables. Read by a young Russian-Hungarian woman with a wonderful voice.

Yandex

- A real gem

The best book I have come across for the right-brain, exactly what I needed to unlock my potential which I felt but could not access due to self-defeating conditioning which originated outside of myself. Remember that level of consciousness and life experience determines the level of understanding of a text, not the other way around. Those who are brave and have searched for the truth will know the conclusions of Wattles to be true, others will see this book simply as "motivational" text and not the tried and tested method of a regular man who became great by tapping into an instinctual source of wisdom which at some point in time mankind had lost contact with. But there is no shame in not knowing, the shame is in not finding out. It would be foolish to ignore this succinct and one of a kind book because of your preconceptions and personal biases of the historical figures used as parables. Read by a young Russian-Hungarian woman with a wonderful voice, much more powerful than the American man posted on youtube.