In this vintage guide to personal success, Marden offers the reader timeless advice on friendship, explaining how to make and keep friends and the benefits to doing so.
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|Publisher:||Read & Co. Books|
In this vintage guide to personal success, Marden offers the reader timeless advice on friendship, explaining how to make and keep friends and the benefits to doing so. Contents include: "'I Had a Friend'", "My best Friend, My Inspiration", "Some One to Believe in Us", "Lincoln Had 'Nothing by Friends'", "Friends Are Opportunities", "Dollar-chasing Kills Friendship", "Keeping Old Friends", "The Heart-hunger of Our Day", "Universal Brotherhood", "Who Is My Friend?", "Not a Friend to Himself", "Going Half Way", "A Friend's Reputation in Keeping", etc. Orison Swett Marden (1848-1924) was an American author of inspiration books. He wrote primarily on the subject of being successful and founded "SUCCESS" magazine in 1897. Marden's books deal with attaining a fruitful and well-rounded life, with many of his ideas being based on the New Thought movement. This classic work is being republished now in a new edition complete with the original text and artwork.