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RUSSELL H. CONWELL Conwell lived from 1843 to 1925. He was an American Baptist minister, lawyer, lecturer, author, and founder and President of Temple University. His 'Acres of Diamonds' lecture was by far the most popular of his talks, and is still today, one of the most motivational, inspiring and worthwhile stories ever told. Each person should at least once in their life hear or read it. JAMES ALLEN Allen was born in England, November 28, 1864. Allen's literary career was short, lasting only 9 years, until his death in 1912. During that period he wrote 19 books, a vast outpouring of powerful ideas that have inspired millions of men and women. Soon after finishing his first book, From Poverty To Power, Allen moved to England's southwest coast. The works of James Allen are extremely no-nonsense. He never wrote theories, or for the sake of writing, or to add another to the existing books. According to his family, Allen wrote when he had a message, and it became a message only when he had lived it through his own life, and knew that it was good. Thus he wrote only what he could prove by his own experience setting a great example forgotten by today's 'success gurus'.
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