علم الثراء : جذب النجاح المالي من خلال التفكير الإبداعي

علم الثراء : جذب النجاح المالي من خلال التفكير الإبداعي

Wallace D. Wattles ولاس دي واتلز / Sep 21, 2019

  • Title: علم الثراء : جذب النجاح المالي من خلال التفكير الإبداعي
  • Author: Wallace D. Wattles ولاس دي واتلز
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        Wallace Delois Wattles was an American author A New Thought writer, he remains personally somewhat obscure, but his writing has been widely quoted and remains in print in the New Thought and self help movements Wattles best known work is a 1910 book called The Science of Getting Rich in which he explained how to become wealthy.He studied the writings of Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel and Ralph Waldo Emerson and recommended the study of their books to his readers who wished to understand what he characterized as the monistic theory of the cosmos.Through his personal study and experimentation Wattles claimed to have discovered the truth of New Thought principles and put them into practice in his own life He wrote books outlining these principles and practices, giving them titles that described their content, such as Health Through New Thought and Fasting and The Science of Being Great His daughter Florence recalled that he lived every page of his books.A practical author, Wattles encouraged his readers to test his theories on themselves rather than take his word as an authority, and he claimed to have tested his methods on himself and others before publishing them.Wattles practiced the technique of creative visualization In his daughter Florence s words, he formed a mental picture or visual image, and then worked toward the realization of this vision.Rhonda Byrne told a Newsweek interviewer that her inspiration for creating the 2006 hit film The Secret and the subsequent book by the same name, was her exposure to Wattles s The Science of Getting Rich Byrne s daughter, Hayley, had given her mother a copy of the Wattles book to help her recover from her breakdown.


    1. I downloaded this book for free online in February of 2007 and bought the paperback Barnes & Noble reprint in September of 2007.This book has changed my life. It has inspired ideas and plans in me that I never thought existed. It changed the way I saw the world, and actually worked to draw me nearer to my dreams as a result of the way the world works. I recommend everyone who is inspired to do more in their lives to read this, as it is a life changing book.

    2. There were some good principles discussed in this book, the most important of which is that each of us has a moral obligation to strive to fulfill our own potential. However, I don't agree with the primary premise of the book, that getting rich is synonymous with fulfilling our potential. Unfortunately, for ever good principle or truth discussed in the book, it seemed like there were ten times as many falsehoods and fallacies. And in the end, the book didn't live up to its title. It provided no [...]

    3. Although there were many very good insights and some great advise, this book fails due to 2 major issues. First, it takes a "brainwashing" approach, advising readers NOT to read or explore anything that may possibly contradict the book's message. If this is "science" as it claims to be, then it should hold up against anything. Truth is truth. I disagree with anything that advises not to test and explore. And secondly, the idea that the rich can help the poor by being an inspiration to them for w [...]

    4. This book didn't actually say anything. Instead it just talked in broad generalities and asked that readers adopt and believe a very strange creed:"There is a thinking stuff from which all things are made, and which, in its original state, permeates, penetrates, and fills the interspaces of the universe.A thought in this substance produces the thing that is imagined by the thought.A person can form things in this thought, and by impressing his thought upon formless substance, can cause the thing [...]

    5. We need to overcome our fears of self-doubt reflected in the degree of fear and misunderstanding of wealth. Money is not the problem, for there are many with it who do great things for others. The problem comes in loving it above all else. But what the misinformed don't understand (yes, you who see the rich as evil for obtaining their riches) is that we all desire great riches. Who doesn't? Who doesn't want absolute freedom to do as one sees fit? and in doing so maximize our potential, skills, d [...]

    6. This is an interesting book for Christians. I would not recommend this book for young Christians in the faith, but for those who already have solid biblical principles because the book could be misconstrued if read in search for quick miraculous wealth. The text is to be read in its entirety, just like the truth, it is to be taken in its entirety (otherwise it becomes a lie of omission). The author is trying to make a point that (aside for the few incorrect doctrinal points) in order to enjoy th [...]

    7. Sometimes when you happen to read in just 100 pages all about the subject as important as Getting Rich, you feel like is that all? The simple answer is Yes. The complicated answer is, yes but you need to know that this book does not list cheap little tricks to get rich. This book does not teach you how to corner others wealth by trading well in stock or speculating in commodities. It tells you precisely how to CREAT wealth.Abundance, there is enough to go around for everyone, is the basis of thi [...]

    8. I wish I could write some fallacious bullshit and get it published. Wallace Wattles needs to look up the word science for a start. This is as full of magic as "The Secret." So, if you like to pretend the world is full of fairies, this is the nonsense for you.

    9. Every chapter of the book quite contradicts the title. The term 'Science' in the title is misleading. The book begins with the author asking readers to accept everything that is given without questioning (followed by the warning that not having strong belief in author's strategies, will not yield you any results!) This is the kind of science he is broadcasting to his hapless readers, who are duped in to buying this book based on two fraudulent terms used in the title- 'science' and 'getting Rich [...]

    10. I have only been shown this book today and am already half way through it. It has astounded me. This book has eloquently summed up many of the ideas that I have been coming closer towards for years. The first two main points I'd like to note are that 1) acquiring wealth is not bad or sinful, on the contrary, it enables one to fulfill their potential in all areas of life and adds to the greater good for everyone; and 2) acquiring wealth does not mean stealing wealth from others -- there is not a [...]

    11. I really liked the book, yet it seemed unscientific just in the sense of being more ethereal than real. My take away comes from one quote: The very best thing you can do for the whole world is to make the most of yourself.The book outlines 10 truths to the science of getting rich. It's a combination of Daoism, Hinduism, Christianity (intended audience), the secret, the Jack Rabbit Principle and the Abundant Life series all wrapped up in another way of thinking yourself to greatness. I enjoy this [...]

    12. In my mind, this is a must read for everyone! I had read Rhonda Byrne's "The Secret" first and heard her mention Wallace Wattles as one of her mentors, so I decided to give it a whirl. Well, it became obvious that Rhonda basically rewrote this book, softened the Christian slant, and called it "The Secret". I loved this book! I'm trying to put his methods into action so if I'm rich soon you'll know whether you want to read this book or not! I should add that it's a very short read. You can comple [...]

    13. I LOVED this book! Required reading for every man, woman and child. As soon as Max is old enough I'm going to read it to him. Who needs Mother Goose when you've got Wallace Wattles. This book is just full from beginning to end of powerful teachings and divine wisdom. It unabashedly touts the benefits power of optimism, belief, faith, hard work, enthusiasm, gratitude, personal magnetism, leadership, progress and personal increase. Full of wisdom and truth. Profound yet simple. Profoundly simple. [...]

    14. A must read. It changes the way you look at things in life. It makes you realize what you as an individual can do and is able to do. It wakes you up to see the stronger inner you and will help you become more determined and stronger. I borrowed this book from the library and two days later, I bought it from the store. I read this book over and over again so it can refresh my mind whenever I feel like quitting in things I wanted to do in life. Great book. Highly recommend it!!!

    15. This is probably the weirdest book I've ever read, which is saying a lot since I went to public school. Far from being scientific, this book read more like the holy book of a religion devoted to wealth. While the author quotes the Bible, he makes claims about God that are certainly not Biblical, such as the assertion that God doesn't want you to sacrifice for others, but to acquire wealth. Getting rich--the author claims--is the greatest human pursuit, and you are nothing without wealth. So many [...]

    16. لا حول و لاا قوة الا ب الله العلى العظيم اقدم كتب تنمية الثروة اللى قريتها كان كتاب ل نابليون هيل فكر تصبح غنيا كان اصدار 1938و مع ذلك طلعت منه ب شوية نصايح مفيدةالكتاب الذى نحن بصدده الان 1910الظاهر كان عندهم جنيهات خشب.لو دورت فى الكتاب جيدا لن تجد كلمة "دولار" و لاا كلمة " اموال" و [...]

    17. This book is so dated (with Wattles talking about the great steel barons from another century) that it makes many of his conclusions false.I found a few principles worthy to digest but the more I thought about it, the more I realized it was a brilliant piece of propaganda. I picked it apart on my blog post and urge you to read it here: bioniclady/2012/09/24/the-

    18. We need to overcome our fears of self-doubt reflected in the degree of fear and misunderstanding of wealth. Money is not the problem, for there are many with it who do great things for others. The problem comes in loving it above all else. But what the misinformed don't understand (yes, you who see the rich as evil for obtaining their riches) is that we all desire great riches. Who doesn't? Who doesn't want absolute freedom to do as one sees fit? and in doing so maximize our potential, skills, d [...]

    19. The Science of Getting Rich is just what I needed right now. I think from the stress of everyday responsibilities to the current political climate, life has been weighing me down. This book gave me a new and more positive perspective about all of that. This book is about gaining wealth, but it is so much more than that. It is about having the power to set your mind on something you really want and then achieving it. Sounds kind of cheesy, but I'm telling you, this book was a game changer for me. [...]

    20. The message is good, but essentially, the predecessor to The Secret. What I enjoyed about this book--and remember it's the updated version--is that it boils down intentions into a much more workable formula. At least in my opinion. This book also includes the original text at the back, which was written by Wattles in 1910! So it's really fascinating to see how some of his predictions have come to pass. His theory is that everyone is meant to be materially rich. And since the universe essentially [...]

    21. Some good advice, but the philosophy that the author has, and the ideas he tells us to accept are so poisonously egocentric and selfish that it not only taints, but spoils the entire book. In the beginning of the book, he tells the reader that the idea we must accept is that the world owes wealth and prosperity to you, and the point of life is to be happy and rich. He makes a point to say that if there is a god, he would want you to be rich. In all, this is a poisonous book.

    22. This was a book of extremes for me. There were parts I greatly enjoyed and agreed with and there were parts that I not only disliked but almost turned me off of the material completely. However, the pros outweigh the cons especially when considered from the basis of the principles instead of specifics.I am a big believer in some of the main points that Wattles makes including the power of positive thinking, emulating what wealthy people do, gratitude is an essential component of wealth building [...]

    23. اولا عليك بالأيمان بأن لديك نفس ترغب في جميع الاشياء المفيدةثانيا عليك ان تؤمن بأنك تستطيع على الحصول على جميع الاشياء التي ترغب بهاثالثا العرفان عليك ان تشكر الله على ما اعطاءه إياك وان تبتعد عن عدم العرفانرابعا كون صورة ذهنية واضحة لما تريده عن طريق افكار منظمة حتى تحصل عل [...]

    24. With a title like "The Science of Getting Rich" I thought I would be reading a book presenting proven strategies and techniques to accumulate wealth. In fact, the book is not really a financial book at all, and it certainly has nothing to do with science. This book is essentially a power of positive thinking type of book with no real proven strategies. The words science and proof are used incorrectly in this book.

    25. This is a book in the tradition of "As a man thinketh", a book with a simple idea that can change your life. It is a book that requires reading more than once because it is deceivingly simple yet you need to think it over to really get a grasp of what it is about.

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