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Tony Mase
USA
Publisher of quality self-development books and products.
Interests: Health, wealth, development, love, happiness, success, mental power.
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In a survey I conducted, a reader wrote: "Dear Tony, I'm wondering about what images that we should or shouldn't visualize in our attempt to make a prosperous life. Here's an example of what I mean: I have a well-paid job and a flat (apartment) I bought by a loan... Continue reading
Posted Feb 11, 2018 at Tony Mase
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In this exclusive book, I'm going to share with you three firsthand experiences, "case studies" if you will, illustrative of the most interesting and unusual ways things come to you when you're thinking and acting in accordance with Wallace D. Wattles' philosophy, in the "Certain Way" as he used to... Continue reading
Posted Feb 4, 2018 at Tony Mase
Abundance. We'd all like to experience it, especially where money is concerned. But in order to actually bring financial abundance into your life, you've got to change your beliefs. Take a minute to think about your beliefs when it comes to money. Are there any thoughts that could be standing... Continue reading
Posted Jan 28, 2018 at Tony Mase
In a survey I conducted, a reader wrote: "Hi Tony, Thanks again for the opportunity to ask a question. I have a strong desire to join your Tony Mase's Inner Circle "Fast-Track Coaching" program or receive personal coaching from you through The Power eSchool Interactive Personal Coaching program, but it... Continue reading
Posted Jan 13, 2018 at Tony Mase
In a survey I conducted, a reader wrote: "Hi Tony, Which of your books should I read, and in what order should I read them, in order to systematically study and apply Wallace D. Wattles' writings to my life? Thanks in advance!" You're welcome in advance! Here's what I recommend:... Continue reading
Posted Dec 31, 2017 at Tony Mase
In a survey I conducted, a reader wrote: "Hi Tony, Thanks for the opportunity to ask a question. In Chapter 6 of The Science of Getting Rich ('How Riches Come to You'), Wallace D. Wattles instructed us: 'So you need not hesitate to ask largely. Your part is to focalize... Continue reading
Posted Dec 17, 2017 at Tony Mase
In a survey I conducted, a reader wrote: "Hi Tony, Hope this email finds you well. I thought The Science of Getting Rich was fabulous. Wallace D. Wattles writes with such simplicity yet depth. But then you already know that! :-) So, I was wondering if you have a list... Continue reading
Posted Nov 5, 2017 at Tony Mase
In a survey I conducted, a reader wrote: "I once heard or read, I forget now which, that positive thinking is just a thin veil over a lot of deep-rooted negative thinking. If that's true, and I believe it is, at least somewhat, what can you do to really believe... Continue reading
Posted Oct 8, 2017 at Tony Mase
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There are seven big mistakes readers of the writings of Wallace D. Wattles, who's best known for his classic masterpiece The Science of Getting Rich, make. Any one of those mistakes, in and of themselves, is enough to prevent you from getting all you can from Mr. Wattles' writings or,... Continue reading
Posted Oct 1, 2017 at Tony Mase
Author James Allen began the book for which he's best known, his classic masterpiece As a Man Thinketh, which was first published in 1903 and, I believe, has been in print, in one form or another, ever since, with these words: "Mind is the Master power that moulds and makes,... Continue reading
Posted Sep 24, 2017 at Tony Mase
In reference to my last post (What About The Secret?), a reader wrote: "Hi Tony, In your last post, you wrote that the movie The Secret did a pretty good job of (among two other things): 'Exposing millions of people, the vast majority of them for the first time, to... Continue reading
Posted Sep 10, 2017 at Tony Mase
In a survey I conducted, a reader wrote: "Have you watched the 2006 movie The Secret? It's similar to The Science of Getting Rich. What do you think?" After nearly ten years of answering many hundreds of questions concerning it, mostly of the how do I get something for nothing... Continue reading
Posted Aug 26, 2017 at Tony Mase
Here's a tip for you that's related to my last post (4 Easy Ways to Start Taking Action in Your Life): One of the best ways I've found to get things done, especially big things (big always being relative to what you're comparing it to), is to start with a... Continue reading
Posted Jul 2, 2017 at Tony Mase
Some of us are "doers", and some of us are "thinkers". Which one are you? Do you spring into action, or do you sit around and think about doing something - without actually ever doing it? Are you super organized? Can you move from one project to another seamlessly? Are... Continue reading
Posted Jun 18, 2017 at Tony Mase
In a survey I conducted, a reader wrote: "I feel a major shift in mankind's way of living and trading energy with one another happening. Feels like there might be an equal major opportunity for a new paradigm in business too. What new business do you foresee as this planetary... Continue reading
Posted Jun 4, 2017 at Tony Mase
We've all encountered them - those people who seem to naturally attract all of the good stuff in life. They've got plenty of money and friends, a great job, and a loving and healthy relationship. You've probably looked at them and wondered, "Why does everything come so easily to them?"... Continue reading
Posted May 21, 2017 at Tony Mase
In a survey I conducted, a reader wrote: "Hi Tony, Thanks for this wonderful opportunity. My question is this: What are the major factors affecting people from being successful in life generally? I know that everybody wants success, but they seem to be distracted. Why?" You're welcome. Great question! Let... Continue reading
Posted Apr 23, 2017 at Tony Mase
In a survey I conducted, a reader wrote: "Hi Tony, Do you use Wallace D. Wattles' writings exclusively for your personal development or with additional resources and if so which ones? Thank you." Good question... What I do and what I did are two entirely different things. When I first... Continue reading
Posted Apr 9, 2017 at Tony Mase
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In this exclusive book, I'm going to take you by the hand and walk you step-by-step through the fifteen articles in Wallace D. Wattles' Lessons in Constructive Science series, which, essentially, constitute a course in constructive living and contain extremely useful and valuable information not covered elsewhere in Mr. Wattles'... Continue reading
Posted Mar 19, 2017 at Tony Mase
In a survey I conducted, a reader wrote: "The motto in my life is 'do unto others as thou wouldst them do unto you'. I cannot hurt someone else even if I sometimes feel tempted. I 'know' that the universe forbids me to even think such thoughts, but, although I... Continue reading
Posted Mar 12, 2017 at Tony Mase
In A Lifetime of Riches, a 1995 biography of self-help author Napoleon Hill by Michael J. Ritt, Jr. and Kirk Landers, Andrew Carnegie, one of the richest men who ever lived and the inspiration behind Hill's best-known book Think and Grow Rich, is quoted as saying this to a relatively... Continue reading
Posted Feb 25, 2017 at Tony Mase
In a survey I conducted, a reader wrote: "I have some problems trying to get a mental image of the things that I want, for example, I want a good car, immediately I think that a Mercedes Benz is the best car and I like it, and make a mental... Continue reading
Posted Feb 12, 2017 at Tony Mase
If you find yourself thinking a lot about wealth and material possessions, you're definitely not alone. Men and women have craved wealth since the beginning of time. Sure, in those days, "wealth" was measured by how much meat they had to eat or the number of furs they had to... Continue reading
Posted Jan 29, 2017 at Tony Mase
A couple of weeks ago, Felix posted this comment to a post here (How Can You Tap into What You Really Want to Do?): "Tony, I have always enjoyed reading your material and its a joy to get it regularly. I just loss a eighteen year old grandson yesterday due... Continue reading
Posted Jan 14, 2017 at Tony Mase
In a survey I conducted, a reader wrote: "Tony: How can I tap into what I really want to do with my life? I feel like my life is a hop scotch game, jumping from one square to the next but never staying focused on one thing for very long.... Continue reading
Posted Jan 1, 2017 at Tony Mase