Within This Short Book Is the ONE SECRET That Will Deliver you to Greatness We all dream of being celebrated, rewarded, and recognized—in short, of being great. But so few people actually attain greatness. Why? In The Science of Being Great, legendary success writer Wallace D. Wattles demonstrates exactly how you can move from merely thinking of yourself as great to really being great in the world. Inside this book is the one principle that leads to greatness. Don’t you want to be rewarded in your work? Don’t you want to be seen as a leader? Don’t you deserve respect? When you finish this brief program—easily listened to or read in the space of a lunch break—these things will be in reach, and your life will restart on a new footing. New Thought author and historian Mitch Horowitz, who introduces and abridges this Condensed Classics edition, explores why this short book was Wattles’s greatest. Discover the powerful, practical lesson that this life-changing classic can place in your hands.
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About Wallace D. Wattles
Wallace D. Wattles (1860–1911) was born in the United States in 1860, shortly before the Civil War. Later in life, he began his tireless study of the religious beliefs and philosophies of the world. It was through this relentless examination of such philosophers as Descartes, Hegel, and Ralph Waldo Emerson that he developed his own principles and successfully applied them to his life before he shared them with the world in his innovative 1910 book, The Science of Getting Rich. He died one year later. Wattles’ ideas have lived on to inspire future generations to greatness.
About Mitch Horowitz
Mitch Horowitz is vice president and editor in chief at Tarcher/Penguin, the division of Penguin USA dedicated to metaphysical literature. He is the author of Occult America, which received the 2010 PEN Oakland/ Josephine Miles Award for literary excellence. He frequently writes about and discusses alternative spirituality in the national media, including CBS Sunday Morning, Dateline NBC, All Things Considered, the Wall Street Journal, Washington Post, and CNN.com.