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The Science of Getting Rich

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The Science of Getting Rich
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ISBN/ASIN: 1587360942
ISBN-13: 9781587360947
Number of pages: 108

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The book is about getting rich - not only in terms of money but in every possible way, including relationships and health. Wattles wrote the book in 1910 for the coal miners in his area, so the book is quite short and the language is simple. He doesn't get into philosophies or theories. He doesn't explain why or how it works. He just says, "Do what I say and your life will completely change".

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