The Science Of Getting Rich

In 1910 Wallace D. Wattles wrote the attached book, The Science of Getting Rich. It inspired Dale Carnegie's "How to Win Friends and Influence People" and Napoleon Hill's "Think and Grow Rich," and much of our self-help literature of the past century has its roots deep within this piece.

In late 2005, The Science of Getting Rich was the book that broke the despondency "The Secret" producer Rhonda Byrne was in, and set her off on the quest that culminated in her film. (While it's not mentioned in the movie, it's actually the specific book she's referring to when she says, "I'd been given a great secret.")

(Note to mods: The Science of Getting Rich long ago entered the public domain and may be freely distributed.)