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50 Self-Help Classics to Guide You to Financial Freedom - cover

50 Self-Help Classics to Guide You to Financial Freedom

Napoleon Hill

Publisher: Way to success

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This Audiobook contains the following works:

The Art of Money Getting: Golden Rules for Making Money [P.T. Barnum] Starts at Chapter 19
As a Man Thinketh [James Allen] Starts at Chapter 40
The Science of Getting Rich [Wallace D. Wattles] Starts at Chapter 49
Morning and Evening Thoughts [James Allen] Starts at Chapter 67
The prophet [Khalil Gibran] Starts at Chapter 131
Dollars Want Me: The New Road To Opulence [Henry Harrison Brown] Starts at Chapter 159
The Art Of War [Sun Tzu] Starts at Chapter 166
The Tao Te Ching [Lao Tzu] Starts at Chapter 179
The Way to Wealth [Benjamin Franklin] Starts at Chapter 260
The Richest Man in Babylon [George Samuel Clason] - Starts at Chapter 261
Meditations [Marcus Aurelius] - Starts at Chapter 280
Every Man His Own University [Russell H. Conwell] - Starts at Chapter 293
How to Get What You Want [Wallace D. Wattles] - Starts at Chapter 299
Self Development And Power [L. W. Rogers] - Starts at Chapter 305
Self-Reliance [Ralph Waldo Emerson] - Starts at Chapter 307
The Game of Life and How to Play it [Florence Scovel Shinn] - Starts at Chapter 309
The Life Triumphant [James Allen] - Starts at Chapter 319
The Psychology of Salemanship Franklin [William Walker Atkinson] - Starts at Chapter 329
What you can do with your will power [Russell H. Conwell]- Starts at Chapter 339
The Law of the Mastermind [Napoleon Hill] Starts at Chapter 344
A Definite Chief Aim [Napoleon Hill] Starts at Chapter 347
Self-Confidence [Napoleon Hill] Starts at Chapter 349
Habit of Saving [Napoleon Hill] Starts at Chapter 351
Initiative and Leadership [Napoleon Hill] Starts at Chapter 353
Imagination [Napoleon Hill] Starts at Chapter 355
Enthusiasm [Napoleon Hill] Starts at Chapter 357
Self-Control [Napoleon Hill] Starts at Chapter 359
Doing More than Paid For Starts [Napoleon Hill] at Chapter 361
A Pleasing Personality [Napoleon Hill] Starts at Chapter 363
Accurate Thinking [Napoleon Hill] Starts at Chapter 365
Concentration [Napoleon Hill] Starts at Chapter 367
Cooperation [Napoleon Hill] Starts at Chapter 370
Profiting by Failure [Napoleon Hill] Starts at Chapter 371
Tolerance [Napoleon Hill] Starts at Chapter 372
The Golden Rule [Napoleon Hill] Starts at Chapter 374
From Poverty to Power [James Allen] Starts at Chapter 375
The Way of Peace [James Allen] Starts at Chapter 383
All These Things Added [James Allen] Starts at Chapter 390
Byways to Blessedness [James Allen] Starts at Chapter 405
The Mastery of Destiny [James Allen] Starts at Chapter 420

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