Every year there are dozens of self-help books published in the US. Some are read and soon forgotten and eventually go out of print while others go on to become classics. A classic book is a book accepted as being exemplary or noteworthy and has stood the test of time. This is a list of what I consider to be the best self-help book classics.
5. It Works by RHJ
Though not as well-known as the other books on this list, “IT Works!” was first published as a pamphlet in 1926 and has been in print ever since. The author is listed only as RHJ and it was found out later that RHJ was Roy Herbert Jarrett and little is known about him other than he was born in 1874.
“IT Works!” outlined a simple, workable plan for manifesting your desires by focusing your thoughts. The simple, but powerful blueprint as described in the book can be used to obtain whatever you desire, by focusing your…