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How to Succeed (Boxed-Set) - As a Man Thinketh Hidden Treasures The Power of Concentration The Master Key System The Science of Getting Rich… - cover

How to Succeed (Boxed-Set) - As a Man Thinketh Hidden Treasures The Power of Concentration The Master Key System The Science of Getting Rich…

Niccolò Machiavelli, Elizabeth Towne, Elbert Hubbard, James Allen, William Walker Atkinson, Orison Swett Marden, Ralph Waldo Trine, Benjamin Franklin, William Crosbie Hunter, Harry A. Lewis, Thorstein Veblen, Kahlil Gibran, P. T. Barnum, Marcus Aurelius, Wallace D. Wattles, Lao Tzu, Russell Conwell, Henry Harrison Brown, Florence Scovel Shinn, Napoleon Hill, Émile Coué, Charles F. Haanel, B. F. Austin, Robert Collier, George Matthew Adams, Genevieve Behrend

Translator George Long, W. K. Marriott

Publisher: Good Press

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The 'How to Succeed (Boxed-Set)' is a remarkable anthology that presents an unparalleled exploration of success, weaving together the wisdom of ages past and modern insights across a spectrum of literary styles. From the politically charged analyses of Machiavelli to the spiritual reflections of Kahlil Gibran, this collection traverses the realms of personal development, philosophy, and socioeconomic theories. It stands out not just for the diversity of its voices but also for the cohesiveness with which it tackles the concept of success. The inclusion of seminal works like those of Marcus Aurelius and Lao Tzu, alongside pioneering personalities like Napoleon Hill and Émile Coué, offers readers a rich tapestry of thought-provoking and actionable advice. The contributors to this anthology are a veritable who's who of influential thinkers and practitioners across various fields and eras. Their combined legacies, spanning Renaissance Italy to early 20th-century America, collectively embody a constellation of cultural, economic, and philosophical movements that have shaped our understanding of success. This convergence of historical and culturally diverse perspectives not only enriches the anthologys narrative but also serves as a testament to the universal quest for prosperity and personal accomplishment. Their backgrounds provide a multiplicity of lenses through which the theme of success is refracted, offering readers a comprehensive understanding that transcends temporal and geographical boundaries. 'Readers who embark on the journey through 'How to Succeed (Boxed-Set)' are offered a unique opportunity to engage with the minds of some of history's most profound thinkers. This collection is not just an anthology; it's a dialogue between generations and ideologies, encouraging an introspective yet pragmatic approach to understanding success. It is recommended for anyone seeking not just to achieve in life but to understand the deeper principles that underpin success across cultures and centuries. The richness of insights and the breadth of viewpoints make this boxed set an indispensable resource for scholars, students, and anyone aspiring to lead a successful life.
Available since: 12/22/2023.
Print length: 4470 pages.

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