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Learn Character Building from Architects Of Fate or Steps to Success and Power

January 8, 2013

By Carol Amato

Steps to Success and Power

It’s odd to think that you could be motivated and inspired by an old book written in 1897. The classic, “Architects Of Fate or Steps to Success and Power” was written by Orison Swett Marden and is considered to be one of the most excellent motivational books ever written.

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Students have been inspired by Marden’s work on the power of positive thinking theory which was later made popular by the famous author and motivational expert, Norman Vincent Peale.

If you think you’ve read and heard all the information about positive thinking that’s available, think again.  Marden brings the power of positive thinking to a new level by simplifying the process.

Orison Swett Marden believed that we each have an ‘inherent force and energy that compels things to turn out as we desire’ and that we will find a way to achieve success if we cultivate that force and energy within.

As you read “Architects Of Fate,” you’ll realize that you know or have heard of people who adhere to Marden’s concept.  Bill Gates, Steve Jobs, Tony Robbins and many more successful people in our own time have used Marden’s teachings to become successful in their own lives.

“Be larger than your task,” is one element that Marden injects into his book that makes you think.  So often, we simply complete a task at hand and don’t think past it.  When it’s done, it’s over – and we quickly forget about it and go on to the next task.  When we pay close attention to what we’re doing or thinking many more doors can open to future successes.

See another valuable post called Top 20 Success Books.

“Architects Of Fate” puts a new spin on the powers we have to become successful – even though the book was written many years ago.  It’s always good to revisit a concepts origin to help us understand it better, and Marden’s writings are worth taking another look at.

I personally enjoy reading this ebook. I’d love to hear your thoughts below.

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Take Care,
Carol Amato

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  • Clyde

    Carol,
    My first thought was She is right, I need to read this.

    My second thought was 255 pages? I’ll never read it.

    My third thought was She is right, I need to read this.

    I am not a big reader so this will be a project for me. WIll let you know as I progress. Drop me a note if you don’t hear anything back from me in a week. {:-) May need someone to prod me along.

    • http://ccamato.net Carol Amato

      Hello Clyde!

      Aw, it can just take the place of some other leisure activity daily, until you’re done. :) I’m not finished yet, if that’s any consolation!

      My son took a speed reading course to help in his college studies, but don’t think that’s what I have in mind for this book….Slowly absorbing the content….Is what I like. Great principles overall….

      Have a great rest of the week. :)
      – Carol

  • Adrin

    Thanks for sharing this awesome post Carol. It really help me. =)

    • http://carolamato.com Carol Amato

      You are welcome, Adrian. Glad to help.

      Take Care,
      Carol

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