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Every Man A King

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1906. Or Might in Mind Mastery. Steering thought prevents life wrecks; How mind rules the body; Thought causes health and disease; Our worst enemy is fear; Overcoming fear; Killing emotions; Mastering our moods; Unprofitable pessimism; Power of cheerful thinking; Negative creeds paralyze; Affirmation creates power; Thoughts radiate as influence; How thinking brings success ...more
Published (first published March 1997)
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Claire Grasse
Sep 04, 2011 Claire Grasse rated it it was amazing
Great book! The concept that we are responsible for and can determine our own inner states of health and happiness, as well as our outer circumstances like financial flow are really a return to some ancient thinking patterns that have either been 1) forgotten by most of us or 2) perverted by Joel Osteen and his ilk. I love that he repeatedly acknowledges that we're created beings under the care of one Creator, without at all coming at this from a religious point of view. My copy of the book is v ...more
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Mar 11, 2011 Abdullah Almuslem rated it really liked it
Orison emphasizes on the idea of always keeping cheerful thoughts in the mind. The book can be consider a small chapter of his great book " Pushing to the front". If you really want to have a good idea about Marden idea of success, you should read his book " Pushing to the front". However, " Every Man A King " still a good book that will entertain you while reading it.
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Orison Swett Marden (1850-1924) was an American writer associated with the New Thought Movement. He also held a degree in medicine, and was a successful hotel owner.

Marden was born in Thornton Gore, New Hampshire to Lewis and Martha Marden. When he was three years old, his mother died at the age of 22, leaving Orison and his two sisters in the care of their father, a farmer, hunter, and trapper. W
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