The Science of Getting Rich
Have you read the book? Do you have Bob Proctor’s ‘Secret Science of Getting Rich? Did you have difficulty answering any of the questions posed at the end of each chapter? Wouldn’t it be great if you could participate in a group discussion about the questions at the end of each chapter?
A great secret has been passed around for centuries… it was coveted, lost, stolen, hidden, and bought for vast sums of money as it continued its journey being passed from one to another. The one who receive the knowledge of the secret were fortunate indeed, for without exception, those men and women have become renowned as the greatest people to have ever lived.
On a night in Chicago in 1896, the secret was pass to one such man, and with this knowledge. He discovered not only why he had spent his entire life in poverty and failure, but he discovered how to realize the life he had always been seeking… a life of total abundance. That night, his life changed forever, though it would be 20 years before he would begin to write “Little Green book.”, is now a mortal masterpiece based on the principles of the great secret.
The man was Wallace D. Wattles.
Jesus said, “All that I can do, you can do, and even greater things”. This quote always comes to mind when I read The Science of Getting Rich by Wallace D. Wattles. I suggest you keep this in mind as you read and keep an open mind.
“To learn, you need a certain degree of confidence, not too much and not too little. If you have too little confidence, you will think you can’t learn. If you have too much, you will think you don’t have to learn.” — Eric Hoffer
A person’s right to life means his right to have the free and unrestricted use of all the things which may be necessary, to his fullest mental, spiritual, and physical uplifting — in other words, his right to be rich — Wallace D. Wattles
Curious, how we acquire wisdom! Over and over again, the same truth is thrust under our very noses. We encounter it in action; we are admonished at it; we read in the written word. We suffer the experience; we gradually assert to the advice; we approve, intellectually, the written word. But nothing happens inside us.
Then, one day, some trivial experience or word or encounter stops a short period, a gleam of illumination penetrates the depth of our consciousness. We see! Usually is but a glimpse; but on rare occasions, a brilliant flash reveals truth fully formed. And we marvel at this understanding has escaped us so long. — Stuart Edward White, and Howard White
Education in the USA is lagging far behind that of other developed countries. Students graduating from high school and even colleges and universities are lacking the knowledge and awareness of how to truly succeed in life. Almost all have no strong and successful role models to emulate. Most if not all of their peers are in the same situation.
What if you could give your children the knowledge and skills about how to find their life’s purpose and develop a vision, understand the Law of Compensation, learn and build fundamental habits for success, learn how to develop the successful mindset, understand how to set and achieve goals, gain the wisdom of how persistence is the force behind success, how to break through the ‘Terror Barrier’, develop an action plan, and the role money will play in their lives from this day forward? If you would like your teen to learn some or all of these life skills, click the link below to learn more.
Have you read the book? Do you have Bob Proctor’s ‘Secret Science of Getting Rich? Did you have difficulty answering any of the questions posed at the end of each chapter? Wouldn’t it be great if you could participate in a group discussion about the questions at the end of each chapter? I plan to revamp this site soon so that we can all benefit greater from the resources here and the ones we can share with each other. Stay tuned…