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The Eight Pillars of Prosperity

4.06 of 5 stars 4.06  ·  rating details  ·  81 ratings  ·  5 reviews
A must read for every high school student to MBA student and anyone who to realize that long lasting prosperity is built through work and over a period of time. 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 ind ...more
Paperback, 104 pages
Published July 1st 2010 by Bottom of the Hill Publishing (first published January 1st 2005)
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Russell
I marked this book up a lot and liked it even better than As a Man Thinketh. It was much longer, had a lot more volume to it (in terms of thoroughness or completeness, IMO) and really set the mark high for achieving Allen's definition of "prosperity". As I gradually proceeded with each chapter, I found myself in agreement with nearly all the recommendations (and consequences) of the pillars and their moral composition. Furthermore, while I didn't expect that his version of prosperity was specifi ...more
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A Wonderful Read

I had to give this book a five star rating because of the quality of its content. The author has poured out a tremendous wealth of spiritual knowledge in this book. The more I read the book I found my self searching for and receiving many answers about life not just in spiritual way, but also in a very General way.
I think it is one of the best self-help books I've read so far.
Alicia
The Eight Pillars of Prosperity is an excellent book to read. The book gives the reader effective strategies that will change the way of thinking to allow abundance to come into your life. In order to gain prosperity there are laws that need to be studied and applied, and the 8 pillars of prosperity is the answer. I highly recommend this book.
Timothy
This book really grew on me, the bombastic and often hyperbole fueled writing style made for an engaging reading experience-- obviously influenced by Emerson and not so subtle Buddhist teachings (worded often in Christian themes). Highly enjoyable, it was like a Buddhist Dammha talk with wit and fiery rhetoric.
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I've gained a great deal from this book. Prosperity, as Allan sees it, is about being the man I should be.
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Allen was 15 when his father, a businessman, was robbed and murdered. He left school to work full-time in several British manufacturing firms to help support the family. He later married Lily L. Allen and became an executive secretary for a large company. At age 38, inspired by the writings of Leo Tolstoy, he retired from employment. Allen — along with his wife and thei
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“...he who delights in work will not long remain unemployed.” 3 likes
“To have suffered so much in a certain direction that the suffering is finished, and only its particular wisdom remains, enables one, wherever that suffering presents itself, to understand and deal with it by pure sympathy; and when one has been "perfected by suffering" in many directions, he becomes a centre of rest and healing for the sorrowing and broken hearted who are afflicted with the affections which he has experienced and conquered.” 2 likes
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