Title: How To Get What You Want
Author: Wallace D. Wattles
Publisher: Jonrose Publishing, LLC
Genre: Self Help
How To Get What You Want, a small book with just 34 pages, holds one of the crucial information. This book starts by talking about success. How success is the same in all cases; the difference lies in what successful people want.
In the first chapter, the author emphasises why cause of success is must. The cause of success should be coming from the individual. The author quotes
The cause of success is some power within you; you have the power to develop any power to a limitless extent; you can increase the strength of this power indefinitely, and so you can make it strong enough to do what you want to do.Wallace D. Wattles
In this book, the author has talked about Active Power-Consciousness and teaches how to create it. He highlights the difference in thinking objectively and subconsciously and also teaches how to start thinking subconsciously.
Most of the time, we use things we don’t have as an excuse to stop ourself from starting something. The author portrays how to simply start with what you have.
Every person who does one thing perfectly is instantly presented with an opportunity to begin doing next larger thing.Wallace D. Wattles
You will also learn how to make your present business a stepping stone to change your avocation.
One of the most important things that this book covers is how to make constructive use of the people and your environment to create wealth-culture. To make ones thought and act constructive, one should know that they are advancing. To know they are advancing, they should hold a thought of advancement in their mind steadily.
Overall this book talks about the power that lies within oneself. In just 34 pages, this book covers five topics in a precise and practical manner. This is quite an old book, but still is useful for today’s generation.
If you are looking for a non-fiction book to start with, you can choose this one.
About The Author
Wallace Delois Wattles (1860–1911) was an American New Thought writer. He remains personally somewhat obscure, but his writing has been widely quoted and remains in print in the New Thought and self-help movements.