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In 1904, a relatively unknown English named James Allen wrote a little book called As a Man Thinketh. The book has become one of the world's greatest self-help books. It not only reveals that the keys to success are within your own minds, it shows you how to use these keys to unlock the greatest fulfillment you can imagine. As A Man Thinketh is a simple yet powerful reminder that ???all you achieve and all that reminder that ???all you achieve and all that you fail to achieve is the direct result of your own thoughts??? ???You are the master of your own destiny.??? About The Author: James Allen has been called the ???literary mystery man??? of the twentieth century. Although his bestselling classic As A Man Thinketh has inspired millions around the world, little is known about the author himself. What is known about Allen is that he was born in 1864 in Leicester, England. His father was well-to-do business man who, because of poor economic conditions, went bankrupt in 1878 and was tragically murdered one year later. This required James to leave school at the age of fifteen to help support his family. Allen eventually married and become a personal secretary for an executive of a large English corporation. At the age of 38 he reached what can be called a crossroads in his life. Influenced by the writings of Tolstoy, Allen came to the realization that a life devoted to making money and spending it on frivolous activities was a meaningless way to live. He retired from his employment and moved with his wife to a small cottage on the southwest shore of England to pursue a life of contemplation. It was here at Iltracombe that Allen pursued his dream of voluntary poverty, spiritual self-discipline and a life of simplicity as taught by his mentor, Tolstoy. A typical Allen day would be to rise very early in the morning

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In 1904, a relatively unknown English named James Allen wrote a little book called As a Man Thinketh. The book has become one of the world's greatest self-help books. It not only reveals that the keys to success are within your own minds, it shows you how to use these keys to unlock the greatest fulfillment you can imagine. As A Man Thinketh is a simple yet powerful reminder that ???all you achieve and all that reminder that ???all you achieve and all that you fail to achieve is the direct result of your own thoughts??? ???You are the master of your own destiny.??? About The Author: James Allen has been called the ???literary mystery man??? of the twentieth century. Although his bestselling classic As A Man Thinketh has inspired millions around the world, little is known about the author himself. What is known about Allen is that he was born in 1864 in Leicester, England. His father was well-to-do business man who, because of poor economic conditions, went bankrupt in 1878 and was tragically murdered one year later. This required James to leave school at the age of fifteen to help support his family. Allen eventually married and become a personal secretary for an executive of a large English corporation. At the age of 38 he reached what can be called a crossroads in his life. Influenced by the writings of Tolstoy, Allen came to the realization that a life devoted to making money and spending it on frivolous activities was a meaningless way to live. He retired from his employment and moved with his wife to a small cottage on the southwest shore of England to pursue a life of contemplation. It was here at Iltracombe that Allen pursued his dream of voluntary poverty, spiritual self-discipline and a life of simplicity as taught by his mentor, Tolstoy. A typical Allen day would be to rise very early in the morning

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SKU SK_BKGBD_9788190620802
Delivery Time 2-3 days (Delhi/NCR), 4-6 days (Rest of India)
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ISBN 9788190620802
Author James Allen
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Publisher Pigeon Books
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Language English
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