A very great book. What I loved most about the book is that it promotes getting rich without feeling guilt or shame. Wallace D. Wattles says that the best thing you can do, not just for yourself, but for God and humanity is to make the most out of yourself.

You become abundant by using your creative imagination to develop a plan to a great value to others. The more you help people get the things they want, the more wealth and abundance will flow to you.

To grow rich is to fulfill your potential.

“You are to become a creator, not a competitor;” – Become a creator and create, don’t compete.

Focus on creation, not beating on people. Creating (creator/create) means doing something new or different than what been done before. Here’s where investing quality time into thinking about your plan pays off. When you do that your subconscious mind kicks in. You receive intuition and insights from another source, and it can almost feel like you’re receiving amazing ideas from outside of yourself. This is what Wattles refers to as Infinite Intelligence. By contrast, when you’re focused on your competition, then you’re not creating; you’re just reacting. It’s hard to be innovative or original when your action plan is reacting to what other people are building.

Be your best self, and in doing so, help others be better. Remember, if you are to become rich in a scientific and certain way, you must rise entirely out of the competitive thought. You must never think for a moment that the supply is limited. Abundance mindset, focus on seeing the world resources as abundant not limited. Give more use value than the cash value of the thing you take from men. Think truth, regardless of appearances, hold the thought that there is only health and abundance and everything else is just an appearance.

Put your whole mind into the present action. Do, every day, ALL that can be done that day in the efficient way possible, with all your heart, with all your strength, and with all your mind.

And a lot more lessons and scientific ways to success suggested by the author. Discover and read the full book by yourself and you’ll find precious gems in it. Worth your time.