About Alpha Publishing House

Richard WetherillAbout Richard W. Wetherill

In the early 1940's while he was Training Executive at the Edward G. Budd Manufacturing Company in Philadelphia, Wetherill compiled and wrote the first comprehensive book on foremanship under the title Management Techniques for Foremen along with a "Leader's Guide" for teaching those techniques. After resigning from the Budd Company, he functioned as a Management Consultant to several companies in the Philadelphia area. During that period, he wrote a series of "how to" books under the general title of The Dynamics of Human Relations: How To Succeed with People, How To Get Your Ideas Across and How To Get Leadership and Influence. All three books were published on the same day in 1949 by D. Van Nostrand Company, New York and Toronto.

During six decades of teaching, broadcasting, writing and consulting, Wetherill addressed thousands of people via his nationwide study groups. Hundreds of miraculous changes were reported. He taught people how to maximize their talents for a more effective life. He was able to show that conforming with right action resolves problems and prevents trouble. Among those who listened were families with behavioral dilemmas, people eager to improve their relationships and those with health questions or habits they couldn't control. Prior to his death, his close associates had founded a highly successful business, incorporating Wetherill's right-action management. That company's gross revenues reached $200 million in 1999.

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A former US President once said, "Men are not prisoners of fate, but only prisoners of their own minds."

Would you like to enjoy mental freedom? Happiness? Abundance? Follow the "Law of Absolute Right".

The law states that right action is logical, appropriate and moral — and gets right results.

Thousands of replies have been received, indicating a growing interest in why society's wrong results keep escalating. Wetherill's free online books present workable solutions for those with pressing problems. Get in on the good news!