The Freedom of Wealth--or What Wealth Means to Me

Written by Mary Wilkey

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It is all in our mind. We have but to "go within" to discover it. We've all heard it said that, if any self-made millionaire were to lose everything, he'd gain it all back very shortly, because he knows repparttar secret.

This is true. The power to get wealth comes from within!

Here I'm going to share with you several books which have made a lasting impression on me, all of which I've read several times, and all of which I probably will read again and again. They each contain a wealth of information onrepparttar 124054 "secret" to tapping into this inner power:

The Secret ofrepparttar 124055 Agesóby Robert Collier Think and Grow Richóby Napoleon Hill Power Through Constructive Thinkingóby Emmet Fox The Magic of Believingóby Claude Bristol

Of course, many more treasures could be added to this list, because repparttar 124056 "secret" is not really a secret at all. It is freely available to any sincere seeker.

So, next time you're feeling "po," remember that you're really wealthy beyond your wildest imaginationóand erase that "po" mindset once and for all!

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The Legacy You Leave

Written by Rick Beneteau

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Will others have trusted you with their inner most secrets?

Will you have forgiven and offered heartfelt apology?

Will you have looked forrepparttar very best, and done your utmost to†build worth, in others?

Will you have fed a hungry child or clothed a naked man or given hope to a stranger in dire need?

Will you have left this world a better place byrepparttar 124053 life you have lived?

Ask yourself, what kind of Legacy will You Leave?

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