The great Danish philosopher and religious thinker, SorenKierkegaard, once wrote, "It is
the sign of a good book when thebook reads you."You hold in your hands such a book — one that has not onlybecome a classic in the self-help field, but also has that rareability to relate to your problems, sympathize with them, and thenadvise you on their solutions as a wise old friend would.Still, I must warn you.
Success Through a Positive Mental Attitude
will do nothing foryou. If you truly wish to change your life for the better, and arewilling to pay a price in time and thinking and effort to reachyour goals — and if you're not kidding yourself —
you holdin your hands a diamond plucked from a beach of pebbles, a roadmap to a better future, a valuable blueprint that will enable you tocompletely restructure your future.I speak from experience. Many years ago, through my ownstupidities and faults, I lost everything that was precious to me —my family, my home and my job. Nearly penniless, and with noguidance, I began to wander the country, searching for myself and for some answers that would make my life bearable.I spent much time in public libraries because they were free —and warm. I read everything from Plato to Peale, seeking that onemessage that would explain to me where I had gone wrong —and what I could do to salvage the remainder of my life.I finally found my answer in W. Clement Stone's and NapoleonHill's
Success Through a Positive Mental Attitude.
I haveemployed the simple techniques and methods found in this classicfor more than fifteen years, and they have provided me withriches and happiness far beyond anything I deserve. From a