Born in Ann Arbor, Michigan, Charles F. Haanel began his business career in St. Louis. He resigned his position in order to start his own company and eventually founded one of the largest conglomerates of his time.
Mr. Haanel put into books the ideas and methods he used to gain his success. Besides the Master Key System, which he wrote in 1917, he also wrote Mental Chemistry and The New Psychology (both available through Kallisti Publishing).
Mr. Haanel died in 1949 and is buried in Bellafontaine Cemetery, St. Louis. Walter B. Stevens described Mr. Haanel as "a man of mature judgement, capable of taking a calm survey of life and correctly valuing its opportunities, its possibilities, its demands and obligations."
Even though the print quality is suboptimal, I'll give 5 stars for the quality of the contents.Published 8 months ago by Mark Baskin
Read the text. Do the exercises. You will notice positive changes happening.Published 10 months ago by Michael Wigen
I don't believe in Free Masonry!!!
I only believe in God my father and Hesus Christ Ny Lord and Savior!
I have only started this book one month ago but it is a very powerful book. Its written in a great week by week way, that allows you to pace yourself and really absorb the lessons... Read morePublished on May 29, 2012 by Cheree
every page was full of wisdom. I love how he ended the book by saying the bible is fact, not fiction. Read morePublished on November 22, 2010 by matthew
Came on time. Very informative open minded book for everyone regardless of whether you are religious, scientific or spiritual by nature. Applicable for anyone.Published on July 9, 2009 by B. Furman
The Master Key System by Charles F. Haanel
I will keep this simple as simple seems to be the answer. I was first introduced to this wonerful book some 20 years ago. Read more
I am speechless everytime when I reading this book. This whole book is more valuable than the cable TV in your house, the jewelry in your jewelry box, the gigantic mansion you... Read morePublished on February 10, 2008 by J. Ngan