The Annotated as a Man Thinketh


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As a Man Thinketh is considered by many to be one of the foundation stones of the self-help movement. Published in 1902, its influence can be readily detected in books on subjects as diverse as the power of positive thinking, the Law of Attraction, the Secret Affirmations and Cosmic Ordering. An absolute classic. This annotated edition includes helpful notes and a biography of author, James Allen.

Andre Roos

Not to be enjoyed = to be absorbed


I consider James Allen one of my mentors this book opened my eyes to many things


You are what you think about...

Joel Jimeno

Congratulations and thanks for producing and freely sharing suchwonderful stuff. You'll surely be blessed in all your ways. May your tribe increase!


"This is a truly inspirational and life-changing book. But unlike many books and DVDs treading similar ground, it is rooted in real life and common sense. It will really change the way you see yourself and your place in the world, and it gives you the tools and the motivation to improve yourself and your circumstances, without resorting to pseudo-occult nonsense and brainless easy fixes. The only problem with the original text was the dense and old-fashioned prose. This Happiness Superstore annotated edition, includes notes which really nail the basic message of each chapter, explain some of the more archaic terms and pick out the key messages. There's even a really helpful chart clarifying one of the book's central 'equations'. Unlike many e-books, this doesn't feel like a hastily pasted-together pamphlet. It feels like a real book, with a striking cover and a nice, easy-to-read layout. You can easily finish the whole thing in just a couple of hours, and then you can genuinely begin to change your self and your life. In fact, once you've read the book, before you've even done anything, you'll feel different, your outlook will be different. Powerful stuff. I can't recommend this book highly enough!" Sam Benton


The principals behind this book are so simple and elegant, you'll wonder why you didn't think of it yourself. Once you've read it, you'll find yourself developing the useful (and life-changing) habit of 'observing your thoughts', and before long you'll be adjusting those thoughts and changing yourself and your circumstances. There's nothing supernatural or occult here, just a kind of hitherto-hidden common sense. A great book, particularly in this annotated edition. Download it now!

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