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Orison Swett Marden (1850 -1924) is known as one of the great success writers of America associated with the New Thought Movement. He was born in Thorton, NH. His mother died when he was only three years old and his father passed away four years later when Marden was only seven.
Marden persevered in advancing himself in life, despite his humble and challenging beginnings, and held a degree in medicine, studied at a theological seminary, and was a successful hotel owner. In 1924 he died at the age of 74.
Marden's first book was published in 1894 and followed by many more volumes on the subject of success. He also founded "Success Magazine" in 1897 among other accomplishments. Marden believed that our thoughts influence our lives and our life circumstances.
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Brenda Marsolek is a Christian, wife, mother and grandmother. She is blessed to be a child of the Most High God and strives to be a blessing to others!
Brenda is also the founder of Growing Prosperity Productions. They promote the Word of God, and create and publish Christian prosperity resources. The mission of the company is to help grow prosperity in the body of Christ, as they reap a great soul harvest for the Kingdom of Heaven.
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