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29 December 2008

The Complete Master Key System for Free

Unless you have been living in a bubble for the last few years, you have more than likely heard of a little book called The Secret. This book, compiled by Rhonda Byrne and other authors, is a print edition of an extremely poplar movie by the same name. Much of the material in the book is quoted from other texts, but many of these quotes are taken from one book in particular: The Master Key System by Charles Haanel.

Also known as the “Father of Self-Improvement,” Charles Haanel’s astonishing developments in the areas of though mastery and creative thinking are still revolutionary, even now, nearly a century after they were written.

The Master Key System was not originally published as a book. The twenty-four week program started as a correspondence course intended only for specifically chosen individuals. Now, the book is available for free to anyone who would like to learn the key to mastering their life by honing their cognitive powers.

Each of the twenty-four lessons is written cryptically, with many observations and universal truths stated philosophically one after the other, as they relate to the task for that particular week. For those who truly wish to better themselves through the use of this book, it is of the utmost importance that you reread and fully understand what it is that Haanel is saying before moving on with your task.

At the end of each chapter, the reader is given a task to practice for that week in particular, so that mastery of the building blocks is developed sequentially. Each task builds upon the previous ones, so not all readers will get through the system in twenty-four weeks. Some tasks are harder to accomplish than others.

If you have read The Secret, you know that there are many powerful testimonials as to the effectiveness of the power of creative thinking. If you want to take that to another level altogether, you should seriously consider downloading your copy of The Master Key System.


This post was contributed by Kelly Kilpatrick, who writes on the subject of American history online phd. She invites your feedback at kellykilpatrick24 at gmail dot com

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