1911. The author explains that this book is for the men and women, young or old, who wish to make the most of life by making the most of themselves. He has tried to show plainly the way to power and capability and believes that no mere reading of books can develop a great personality; nothing can make you great but thought; therefore think, think, think! Contents: Any Person May Become Great; Heredity and Opportunity; The Source of Power; The Mind of God; Preparation; The Social Point of View; The Individual Point of View; Consecration; Identification; Idealization; Realization; Hurry and Habit; Thought; Action at Home; Action Abroad; Some Further Explanations; More about Thought; Jesus_ Idea of Greatness; A View of Evolution; Serving God; A Mental Exercise; and A Summary of the Science of Being Great. See other works available by this author from Kessinger Publishing.