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The Game of Life and How to Play it by Florence Scovel Shinn


Chapter 1: The Game

Chapter 2: The Law of Prosperity

Chapter 3: The Power of the Word

Chapter 4: The Law of Nonresistance

Chapter 5: The Law of Karma and The Law of Forgiveness

Chapter 6: Casting the Burden

Chapter 7: Love

Chapter 8: Intuition or Guidance

Chapter 9: Perfect Self Expression or the Divine Design


Chapter 10: Denials and Affirmations

Florence Scovel Shinn was a woman ahead of her time. To

many, she is considered to be among the likes of James

Allen, the author of “As a Man Thinketh”, Wallace D.

Wattles, the author of “The Science of Getting Rich” and

Napoleon Hill who wrote the classic “Think and Grow


This book is so helpful, it has survived nearly a century,

and has sold billions of copies in bookstores all over the

world, and all over the internet.

It is here, for you now, for free. The complete book.

Florence Scovel Shinn had the ability to explain her

success principles and how they work in an entertaining

and easy-to-read style. She can be considered one of last

century’s most popular success teachers.

Florence Scovel Shinn was born on September 24, 1871, in

Camden, New Jersey to Alden Cortlandt Scovel and Emily

Hopkinson. She had an older sister and a younger brother.

Florence was educated at Friends Central School in

Philadelphia. She later studied art at the Pennsylvania

Academy of Fine Arts from 1889 to 1897. While there, she

met Everett Shinn, a painter of impressionistic canvases

and realistic murals. They married shortly after Florence

graduated from the art academy.

The Shinns moved to New York where both pursued their

separate careers, Everett in the theatre while Florence did

illustrations for children’s literature in magazines and


In 1925, Florence decided to publish her first book “The

Game of Life and How to Play It”. After unsuccessfully

finding a publisher for her work, she published it herself.

Her second book, “Your Word is Your Wand” followed in

1928 and her final book “The Secret Door to Success” was

published in 1940 shortly before her death on October 17,

1940. A fourth book, “The Power of the Spoken Word” is a

compendium of her notes, gathered by one of her students

and published posthumously in 1945.

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