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As a man thinketh;James Allen

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In a special revised and updated edition, here is one of the world’s bestselling and most widely loved inspirational works.

Millions of readers have experienced the power of James Allen’s As a Man Thinketh. The book’s simple, forthright ideas have touched hearts and even changed lives for more than a century — and today they continue to point the way toward a fuller, richer, more compassionate existence.

Now, this beloved inspirational masterpiece is revised and updated for the twenty-first century. Arcane terms or references have been gently adapted to the present frame of reference so that Allen’s message resonates as freshly today as it has for generations.

As a special bonus, this edition of As a Man Thinketh includes an updated edition of James Allen’s very first motivational classic, From Poverty to Power.

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