The Science of Getting Rich

Read by Diana Majlinger

(4.5 stars; 6112 reviews)

Would you like to be rich? Yes? Well, who wouldn't.

The Science of Getting Rich is a book written by the New Thought Movement writer Wallace D. Wattles. The book is still in print after almost 100 years. According to USA Today, the text is "divided into 17 short, straight-to-the-point chapters that explain how to overcome mental barriers, and how creation, not competition, is the hidden key to wealth attraction." (Summary by Diana Majlinger and Wikipedia)

(2 hr 8 min)


00 - Preface 2:40 Read by Diana Majlinger
01 - The Right To Be Rich 5:26 Read by Diana Majlinger
02 - There is A Science of Getting Rich 6:13 Read by Diana Majlinger
03 - Is Opportunity Monopolized? 6:59 Read by Diana Majlinger
04 - The First Principle in The Science of Getting Rich 9:51 Read by Diana Majlinger
05 - Increasing Life 9:42 Read by Diana Majlinger
06 - How Riches Come to You 8:44 Read by Diana Majlinger
07 - Gratitude 6:31 Read by Diana Majlinger
08 - Thinking in the Certain Way 7:31 Read by Diana Majlinger
09 - How to Use the Will 7:55 Read by Diana Majlinger
10 - Further Use of the Will 8:43 Read by Diana Majlinger
11 - Acting in the Certain Way 8:56 Read by Diana Majlinger
12 - Efficient Action 7:37 Read by Diana Majlinger
13 - Getting into the Right Business 6:43 Read by Diana Majlinger
14 - The Impression of Increase 6:52 Read by Diana Majlinger
15 - The Advancing Man 6:50 Read by Diana Majlinger
16 - Some Cautions, and Concluding Observations 7:41 Read by Diana Majlinger
17 - Summary of the Science of Getting Rich 3:15 Read by Diana Majlinger


Forget everything you think you know and then read this book

(5 stars)

Its very important for a reader to have complete faith in author and just do what he says. Forget everything you know till now about who to live life and then read this. As a nuisance, as child being taught about Newton's laws. He doesn't questions if Newton was right or wrong he just believes and that's what you and me should do after listening to this.


(5 stars)

I find listening to this I am more focused on what I want, which inevitably has you going in the right direction and the confidence to continue pushing forward. Listen with an open mind and you might find yourself listening to this book more than once. It helps

i love this book.

(5 stars)

Everytime, I get lost I'm my mission. I come back to this book. It's so logical and realistic. I love it

Positive mental attitude

(5 stars)

The book, and many others conveys the notion that your wellbeing will be sifnificantky improved by considering, focusing and acting in a positive and proactive way. I agree. In addition rather than thinking on the needs of the one. It is proposed that this attitide is used to develop the self AND others and why not, what ever you focus upon, should not that be inclusive of others. The principles conveyed here are sound even of you believe that the mystical limitless resources are a falacy. Live you life with a positive attitude for youself and others. And you and others will develop. It is you who decides and it is your responsibility to guide others as well as provide the opportunity to others to do the same. But you can lead a horse to water, you can not make him drink.

Must for the people who wish to work with unconventional ways

(5 stars)

Content of the book- There were alot of gems hidden in this book, the best thing i got to know or realise was that the author always emphasises on being creative in finding the way the universe works rather than using what has been already done before. Time spent listening to this book was worthwhile. Quality of recording- The recording was clear

A great book. enjoyed it. So

(5 stars)

A great book. I just stumbled on it and really enjoyed it. It's emphasis on being positive and optimistic on your set vision. Spending more time and contemplating on the possibilities, being a creator than6a competitor are very applicable and ways of thinking for me. Lets me go and get rich... See you all later

Contrast With Islam

(5 stars)

A lot of this book's teachings match Islamic view of God. The only difference here is that the purpose of teachings in this book is to get rich, while the purpose of Islam is to progress in all aspects whether you stay poor or rich.

(3 stars)

I don't understand how the author can say we must not read books that talk of the end of time and of suffering and yet he so frequently quotes from the Bible... I like the concept of fairness, abundance and gratitude that he is promoting though.