How to Get Anything You Want

How to Get Anything You Want

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How to Get Anything You Want: Lessons I - VIIAlmost 100 years ago, the foundation for motivational speakers like Napoleon Hill and Dale Carnegie was laid by the author of this book, Elise Lincoln Benedict.Today, the Benedict family has presented these powerful messages in print form to inspire readers today. This series of seven distinct lessons explains the principles that can transform lives in this generation just as they did in the early twentieth century. Much of your success depends on what is happening in your subconscious mind. In fact, what takes place there, beneath the surface will most certainly move you toward achieving your dreams or close the doors to your greatest potentials and opportunities. GET READY TO BE INSPIRED by the writings of the world's most famous lecturer, Elise Lincoln Benedict.This 1923 motivational book is packed with useful ways on how to train yourself to truly get anything you want. The author explains profound principles in simple, practical terms that are well-illustrated from real life examples. Although originally presented as lectures, they read with vivid clarity even today. If you want to be stirred and changed at the deepest levels, this book is for you. If you want your dreams to become personal reality, you'll find your answers within these pages.show more

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  • Paperback | 204 pages
  • 152 x 229 x 12mm | 304g
  • Createspace Independent Publishing Platform
  • United States
  • English
  • black & white illustrations
  • 1508515778
  • 9781508515777
  • 1,816,230

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