In 1902, James Allen published his seminal work, As A Man Thinketh. While many writers have followed since, there are profound distinctions in this work that make it uniquely essential to understand.
With this adaptation, I share the insights of James Allen's classic text as I came to understand them in contemporary terms. It is not long, but it is densely packed with provocative concepts about the role each of us plays in shaping our own destiny.
For James Allen, the power of thought is about much more than positive thinking—and is not at all about attracting what you want. He believed that the evolution of our thoughts determines who we are, how we will change, and whether or not we achieve our goals.
Think What You Want
This is a fresh update on a classic. One I've been meaning to read for a long time. The use of modern English helps you understand the message, and more importantly, incorporate it into your life.
Very well-written and inspirational. A wonderful take on a classic book. Highly recommended!
A remarkable update to a classic self-help book. Thank you for exceeding my expectations.
This adaptation of As Man Thinketh is something to read and take to heart.