The Science of Being Great


Read by Diana Majlinger

(4.7 stars; 1461 reviews)

The Science of Being Great is the second book of Wattles' triology. In this volume he argues that the power of thought and positive self-esteem is the only true measure of a person's greatness. (Summary by Diana Majlinger)

The Science of Getting Rich (2 hr 19 min)

Chapters

01 - Any Person May Become Great 7:19 Read by Diana Majlinger
02 - Heredity and Opportunity 6:05 Read by Diana Majlinger
03 - The Source of Power 5:22 Read by Diana Majlinger
04 - The Mind of God 6:02 Read by Diana Majlinger
05 - Preparation 4:37 Read by Diana Majlinger
06 - The Social Point of View 8:48 Read by Diana Majlinger
07 - The Individual Point of View 4:23 Read by Diana Majlinger
08 - Consecration 5:29 Read by Diana Majlinger
09 - Identification 4:56 Read by Diana Majlinger
10 - Idealization 4:58 Read by Diana Majlinger
11 - Realization 6:05 Read by Diana Majlinger
12 - Hurry and Habit 6:09 Read by Diana Majlinger
13 - Thought 6:29 Read by Diana Majlinger
14 - Action at Home 6:10 Read by Diana Majlinger
15 - Action Abroad 7:11 Read by Diana Majlinger
16 - Some Further Explanations 4:46 Read by Diana Majlinger
17 - More About Thought 7:00 Read by Diana Majlinger
18 - Jesus' Idea of Greatness 6:33 Read by Diana Majlinger
19 - A View of Evolution 5:04 Read by Diana Majlinger
20 - Serving God 7:04 Read by Diana Majlinger
21 - A Mental Exercise 6:25 Read by Diana Majlinger
22 - A Summary of The Science of Being Great 12:23 Read by Diana Majlinger

Reviews

This is reality at its finest.

(5 stars)

When humans can take this message into their hearts and thereby transduce it to worldly action, the heaven Earth was meant to be will be ours. Also, the reader has the loveliest mis-pronunciation of words. I really respect her for caring more about sharing with us this powerful message than for the vanity of worrying about "perfect" English.

very informative

(4 stars)

this is a good book it isn't anything new but it is short and sweet and to the point and put everything together very well. reader beware the author will, contradict himself, he seams keen also on pushing a Abrahamic doctrine wile taking very much philosophy from orient ideas and giving no recognition to them. he talks a lot on how things are perfect which is an older idea dumbed down and reshaped in this book to fit the doctrine he wishes to push. if not for the cunning to the reader in the book and if the good info wasn't so good I'd rate it lower but as it stands he delivers a lot of information In a very eligant andsimple day to day use kinda way. worth the listen good info

Great book and well read

(5 stars)

I really enjoyed this book. I can say it had a major impact on me and compels me to live a great life and be a blessing in society. Very fluently read as well. thanks guys!

Corner Stone

(5 stars)

This book should be part of the basis of our thinking about self in relation to the world around us. Mandatory reading for my kids!

Awesome

(5 stars)

Really wonderful. I like books like that, they are so inspirational. I'm not a native speaker, but it was easy to listen and understand.

fantastic book!

(5 stars)

One of my all time favorite books of the genre. cannot recommend it highly enough.

excellent

(5 stars)

Great source for those is search of the true meaning of life.

great book and superbly read! once again thank you and great job

(5 stars)