Eight Pillars of Prosperity

Read by Andrea Fiore

(4.7 stars; 98 reviews)

It is popularly supposed that a greater prosperity for individuals or nations can only come through a political and social reconstruction. This cannot be true apart from the practice of the moral virtues in the individuals that comprise a nation. Better laws and social conditions will always follow a higher realization of morality among the individuals of a community, but no legal enactment can give prosperity to, nay it cannot prevent the ruin of, a man or a nation that has become lax and decadent in the pursuit and practice of virtue. The moral virtues are the foundation and support of prosperity as they are the soul of greatness. They endure for ever, and all the works of man which endure are built upon them. Without them there is neither strength, stability, nor substantial reality, but only ephemeral dreams. To find moral principles is to have found prosperity, greatness, truth, and is therefore to be strong, valiant, joyful and free. - Summary by James Allen (3 hr 56 min)


Preface 1:50 Read by Andrea Fiore
Chapter 1: Eight Pillars 21:55 Read by Andrea Fiore
Chapter 2: First Pillar – Energy 25:58 Read by Andrea Fiore
Chapter 3: Second Pillar – Economy 31:39 Read by Andrea Fiore
Chapter 4: Third Pillar – Integrity 21:54 Read by Andrea Fiore
Chapter 5: Fourth Pillar – System 23:04 Read by Andrea Fiore
Chapter 6: Fifth Pillar – Sympathy 24:52 Read by Andrea Fiore
Chapter 7: Sixth Pillar – Sincerity 21:45 Read by Andrea Fiore
Chapter 8: Seventh Pillar – Impartiality 24:28 Read by Andrea Fiore
Chapter 9: Eighth Pillar – Self-reliance 21:37 Read by Andrea Fiore
Chapter 10: The Temple of Prosperity 17:07 Read by Andrea Fiore


Third time

(5 stars)

Ever valuable and indispensable!

Pretty straight forward!

(5 stars)

Really enjoyed listening to this book. And find it.very.useful.

Under construction

(4 stars)

The information shared is timeless and helpful in using principles to build ourselves and in turn living prosperous.

R. H. Soul

(5 stars)

Direct and insightful as always as James Allen is!


(5 stars)

Any man who is patient to erect these eight pillars will become one of the great men we hear about.