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Covey, Anthony Robbins, and Brian Tracy. Who was Orison Swett Marden? He was the son of poor parents, born on a New England farm in Graduating from Boston University in , he took an M. Then he went to Block Island, near Newport, Rhode Island, and bought a property which he developed into a thriving resort area.
Hardly a background, one would think, for a later literary career. Then he went back to Boston and started over again. When he first met Samual Smiles is not disclosed, but the English writer became his first literary hero and inspired much that Marden wrote and accomplished. He once wrote, "The little book was the friction which wakened the spark sleeping in the flint.
On his return to Boston, he began to try to put together his ideas, particularly concerning optimism, which was to be a central theme in his writings -- incidentally also a central theme in New Thought. Whilst most of his books make little or no mention of religion, some do. Marden was rather a writer of essentially New Thought faith than a writer technically on New Thought as such. Bitzer, longtime president of the INTA, was onetime secretary. In he founded Success Magazine, which reached the enormous circulation, for that time, of nearly a half-million, meaning of course that it was read by from two to three million readers.
This publication ran into financial difficulties and suspended publication in But once again, 1n , he founded a new Success which was rapidly climing in circulation when death ended his career, in His book titles express eloquently the outlook of cheerful optimism and confidence.
At his death it was said of him that he averaged two books a year, from his first in to his last just before his passing in , and had some two million words in as yet unpublished manuscripts when he died. His writings are definitely in the New Thought tradition, though, in common with those of Ralph Waldo Trine, another prolific author of this period, they wear a cloak of orthodoxy which enabled them to reach a far larger readership than many other authors in this field.
Orison Swett Marden was a definite and highly influential figure, whether consciously or not, in the outreach of New Thought ideas into the general culture of his time. His large body of written material has helped countless thousands of people the world over to come into a better understanding of the principles of prosperity and success, and he remains one of the truly outstanding writers of all time on these subjects.
Excerpts from the following books may be read online: The following books by Orison Swett Marden are available to purchase in eBook form for immediate download. They may then be read on your computer and printed out. The eBooks are in Adobe Acrobat Reader.
An Iron Will
When he was three years old, his mother died at the age of twenty-two, leaving Orison and his two sisters in the care of their father, who was a farmer, hunter, and trapper. When Orison was seven years old, his father died from injuries incurred while in the woods. Consequently, the children were shuttled from one guardian to another, with Orison working for five successive families as a "hired boy" to earn his keep. Marden valued the book as if it were "worth its weight in diamonds" and virtually committed its contents to memory. He developed a deep respect and admiration for the author, whose work instilled in him a desire to inspire others as Samuel Smiles had done for him.
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He said the man who was not afraid could vanish the plague. Not one of fear and recoiling and a safe, no risk life. Who is going to control the narrative? Remember that Genesis song, Land of Confusion?
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Covey, Anthony Robbins, and Brian Tracy. Who was Orison Swett Marden? He was the son of poor parents, born on a New England farm in Graduating from Boston University in , he took an M.
Orison Swett Marden