He Can Who Thinks He Can: and Other Papers on Success in Life

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Item Code: IDG441
Author: Orison Swett Marden
Publisher: Samata Books
Language: English
Edition: 2003
ISBN: 8185208026
Pages: 150
Cover: Paperback
Other Details 7" X 4.7"
Weight 110 gm
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About the Book:

Doctor Marden's Books of Inspiration and Self-Help are famous the world over, and are praised by men and women in every station of life, from the toiling clerk to the ruler of a great nation. The reason is that each reader finds in them much that is personally useful and helpful. The author does not theorize but tells how to achieve success by showing how others have achieved it. He presents more concrete examples than are to be found in the works of any other single writer. The volumes are the fruit of many years of thought and labour, they are both helpful and fascinating.

No Library is complete, no education is perfect without a set of Dr. Marden's books.

Back of Book:

The Practice of the Presence of God

The Complete Book with Spiritual Maxims, Gathered Thoughts, Conversations and Letters by Brother Lawrence.

Those in the thick of the great world will learn from this book how greatly they deceive themselves, seeking for peace and joy in the false glitter of the things that are seen, yet temporal: those who are seeking the Highest Good will gain from this book strength to persevere in the practice of the virtue.

The Economy of Human Life

Discovered in Lhassa, translated by an unknown author, and dedicated by him to the Earl of Chesterfield, The Economy of Human Life made its first appearance in the year 1751. Little is known of its origin.

What especially marks the work is its sanity. Simple, exact, concise, virile, its rules of life are distinguished more particularly by the moderation with which they are expressed. The work comes from an age when the quest of knowledge was identical with cultivation of virtue.




He Can Who Thinks He Can 1
Getting Aroused 11
Education by Absorption 17
Freedom at any Cost 25
What the World Owes to Dreamers 35
The Spirit in which You Work 46
Responsibility Develops Power 54
An Overmastering Purpose 65
Has Your Vocation Your Unqualified Approval? 73
Stand for Something 80
Happy? If Not, Why Not? 89
Originality 100
Had Money, but Lost It 108
Sizing Up People 116
Does the World Owe You a Living? 124
What has Luck Done for You? 132
Success with a Flaw 137
Getting Away from Poverty 145
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