Most of us grew up thinking that being rich is a far-off dream. Some of us even work on the theory that a strong desire to accumulate wealth and money is not a “proper” way of thinking. Wallace Wattles thought differently. He contended that you have the right to be rich.
Dr. Napoleon Hill’s landmark book does not restrict the concept of riches to such narrow parameters as fortune and fame. You have the right to be rich, and you deserve to be rich in every way—personally and spiritually—as well as financially. This seemingly simple idea spawned a philosophy about wealth and success that has permeated every generation since its inception.