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He Can, Who Thinks He Can, by Orison Swett Marden
 
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Support New Wellness Living and this 'New Thought Series': Via Paypal: paypal.com/cgi-bin/webscr?cmd=_s-xclick&hosted_button_id=PQRGZ58MG9EDA Dr. Orison Swett Marden was an American inspirational author who wrote on success in life and how to achieve it. His writings discuss common-sense principles and virtues that make for a well-rounded, successful life. Many of his ideas are based on New Thought philosophy. His first book, Pushing to the Front (1894), became an instant best-seller and remains a classic in the genre of self-help. Marden later published fifty or more books and booklets, averaging two titles per year. Works by Orison Swett Marden include: Marden, Orison Swett.[24] Papers (circa 1898-1924). Marden's unpublished manuscripts, etc. 1. Pushing to the Front (1894, 1911) 2. Architects of Fate (or, Rising in the World; or, Steps to Success and Power) (1895) 3. How to Succeed (or, Stepping-Stones to Fame and Fortune) (1896) 4. Success (Ideas, Helps and Examples for All Desiring to Make the Most of Life) (1897) 5. The Secret of Achievement (1898) 6. Stepping Stones (Essays for Everyday Living) (1902) 7. The Making of a Man (1905) 8. Every Man a King (or, Might over Mind) (1906) 9. The Optimistic Life (or, in The Cheering Up Business) (1907) 10. He Can Who Thinks He Can (1909) 11. Peace, Power, and Plenty (1909) 12. Be Good to Yourself (1910) 13. Getting On (1910) 14. The Miracle of Right Thought (1910) 15. Self-Investment (1911) 16. Everybody Ahead (or, Getting the Most Out of Life) (1916) 17. The Victorious Attitude (1916) 18. How to Get What You Want (1917) 19. Joys of Living (or, Living Today in the Here and Now) (1917) 20. Making Life a Masterpiece (1917) 21. Love's Way (1918) 22. You Can, But Will You? (1920) 23. Prosperity - How to Attract It (1922) 24. Making Yourself (1923) 25. Masterful Personality (1923) BOOKS ON HEALTH: 1. Keeping Fit (1914) 2. The Conquest of Worry (1924) 3. Making Friends with Our Nerves (1925) BIOGRAPHICAL ANECDOTES FOR CHILDREN: 1. Winning Out (A Book for Young People on Character Building by Habit Forming) (1900) 2. Eclectic School Readings (Stories from Life, a Book for Young People) (1909) INTERVIEWS OF SUCCESSFUL MEN AND WOMEN (3): 1. How They Succeeded (Life Stories of Successful Men and Women Told by Themselves) (1901) 2. Talks with Great Workers (Interviews with Men and Women that Changed America) (1901) 3. Little Visits with Great Americans (or, Success, Ideals, and How to Attain Them) (1905) BUSINESS AND EFFICIENCY-TYPE BOOKS: 1. Choosing a Career (1905) 2. The Young Man Entering Business (1907) 3. The Progressive Business Man (1913) 4. Training for Efficiency (1913) 5. The Exceptional Employee (1913) 6. Selling Things (1916) 7. Success Fundamentals (1920) 8. How to Choose Your Career (or, Round Pegs in Square Holes) (1922) BOOKS ON LOVE, FAMILY AND HOME LIFE: 1. Uplift Book of Child Culture (1913). Only the first three chapters were written by Marden. 2. The Crime of Silence (1915) 3. Woman and the Home (1915) BOOKS ON GENERAL EDUCATION (19 Volumes): The Consolidated Encyclopedic Library.[27] In nineteen volumes. (1903, 1906, 1907) BOOKLETS (25): 1. Friendship (1897) 2. Character: The Grandest Thing in the World (1899) 3. Cheerfulness as a Life Power (1899) 4. Tact, or Common Sense (1899) 5. Good Manners - A Passport to Success. Co-authored with Abner Bayley. (1900) 6. The Hour of Opportunity (1900) 7. Economy (The Self-Denying Depositor and Prudent Paymaster at the Bank of Thrift) (1901) 8. An Iron Will (1901) 9. Precepts on Economy (1902) 10. The Cigarette (1906)[30] 11. The Power of Personality. Written with the assistance of Margaret Connolly. (1906) 12. Success Nuggets (1906) 13. Do It to a Finish (1909) 14. Not the Salary but the Opportunity (1909) 15. Why Grow Old? (1909) 16. Thoughts About Character (1910) 17. Thoughts About Good Cheer (or, Thoughts About Cheerfulness) (1910) 18. Hints for Young Writers (1914) 19. I Had a Friend (1914) 20. How to Secure Health, Wealth, and Happiness (1916) 21. The Man You Long to Be. An article printed in the Nautilus. (January, 1918) 22. Thrift (1918) 23. Ambition and Success (1919) 24. The Law of Financial Independence (1919) 25. Self-Discovery (or, Why Remain a Dwarf?) (1922) Source: Wikipedia.org
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