|By (author):||Allen, James|
|Subject:||BODY, MIND & SPIRIT / Inspiration & Personal Growth|
|BODY, MIND & SPIRIT / New Thought|
|SELF-HELP / General|
|SELF-HELP / Personal Growth / General|
|Publisher:||Penguin Publishing Group|
|Size:||7.10in x 5.00in x 0.64in|
|From The Publisher*|
In a special revised and updated edition, here is one of the world's bestselling and most widely loved inspirational works.
Millions of readers have experienced the power of James Allen's As a Man Thinketh. The book's simple, forthright ideas have touched hearts and even changed lives for more than a century -- and today they continue to point the way toward a fuller, richer, more compassionate existence.
Now, this beloved inspirational masterpiece is revised and updated for the twenty-first century. Arcane terms or references have been gently adapted to the present frame of reference so that Allen's message resonates as freshly today as it has for generations.
As a special bonus, this edition of As a Man Thinketh includes an updated edition of James Allen's very first motivational classic, From Poverty to Power.
|From The Publisher*||For more than a century, As a Man Thinketh has been one of the worlds best-selling and most widely loved inspirational works. This special volume features a revised and updated edition of this immensely powerful meditation and, as an added bonus, an up-to-date version of the authors first book, From Poverty to Power. Arcane terms or references have been gently adapted to the present frame of reference so that Allens message resonates as freshly today as it has for generations. 176 pp.|
|Biographical Note||James Allen was born in Leicester, England, in 1864. He took his first job at age 15 to support his family, after his father was murdered while looking for work in America. Allen was employed as a factory knitter and a private secretary until the early twentieth century, when he became increasingly known for his motivational writing. His 1903 work As a Man Thinketh earned him worldwide fame as a prophet of inspirational thinking and influenced a who's-who of self-help writers, including Napoleon Hill, Dale Carnegie, and Norman Vincent Peale. Allen died at age 47 in 1912.|