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Tapping The Source with William Gladstone on Scott Cluthe's Positively Incorrect!

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Scott Cluthe interviews William Gladstone, one of the three authors of the newly released Tapping The Source. The full title, Tapping the Sourse: Using the Master Key System for Abundance and Happiness, references the writings and work of the late Charles Haanel. The book is considered by many a revolutionary new method for taking advantage of the “law of attraction” drawn from the legendary Master Key System. Thanks to such books as Napoleon Hill's Think and Grow Rich and the recent best-selling The Secret, millions of people now realize that success comes from more than just chance, fate, good connections, or even hard work. At the same time, these volumes don't offer a practical daily process for attaining your goals-and that's exactly what Tapping the Source provides. It teaches a daily method that stimulates the process for manifesting your dreams outlined in The Secret. The genesis of the ideas in Tapping the Source-which are a natural extension of the concepts expounded upon in The Secret-is Charles Haanel's classic 1912 work, The Master Key System. Although Napoleon Hill is popularly considered the father of the “law of attraction,” a letter from Hill to Charles Haanel, reproduced in Tapping the Source, thanks Haanel for his illuminating ideas. The letter is dated 1919, 18 years before Think and Grow Rich was published. William Gladstone is the author of the international bestselling novel THE TWELVE. He is also the literary agent for Eckhart Tolle, Neale Donald Walsch. Thomas Hartmann, Barbara Marx Hubbard, Dr. Ervin Laszlo and many other prominent leaders and visionaries. Bill is a graduate of Yale College and Harvard University and has traveled throughout the world as a cultural anthropologist and researcher for films such as In Search of Ancient Mysteries. He lives in Cardiff California and has dedicated his writing, film producing and and acting as the agent in creating works which directly enhance the quality of life for others.

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