Robert Collier has been synopsized into just a few paragraphs since his death in 1950. For the first time in over six decades a book is being written to introduce the world to many more facets of Robert Collier's life that has never before been spoken of. Through his life when America was a fledgling in mechanization, industrialization, sociological views and general mindset, Robert Collier took what he was handed in life and discovered that he could positively change his life through positive thought.
Left to his own devices at age 11, defying his uncles decree to become a priest, surviving and thriving in the wild days of the West Virginia Coal mines, and building a life in search for the perfect woman he envisioned, serving our country, The Great Depression, success of Suffrage, and entrusting 4 of his six children to the American military for service during World War II, and so much more, Robert held tight to his goals planting them firmly in his mind and through it all, illustrati
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