Think & Grow Rich Lessons
Shirley Gekler Sudbury, Ontario, Canada

Posted: 2016-11-09

The Crystallization of Desire into Action

The Sixth Step toward Riches

Hill gives us an outline for the building of our project

as follows:

(a)  Ally yourself with a group of as many people as you may

     need for the creation and carrying out, of your plan or plans

     for the accumulation of money -- making use of the "Master

     Mind" principle described in a later chapter.  (Compliance with

     this instruction is absolutely essential.  Do not neglelct it)

(b) Before forming your "Master Mind" alliance, decide what

     advantages and benefits, you may offer the individual 

     members of your group, in return for their cooperation........

(c) Arrange to meet with the members of your "Master Mind"

     group at least twice a week, and more often if possible, 

     until you have jointly perfected the necessary plan or plans,

     for the accumulaltion of money

(d) Maintain PERFECT HARMONY between yourself and every

     member of your "Master Mind" group.  If you fail to carry

     out this instruction to the letter, you may expect to meet

     with failure.  The "Master Mind" principle cannot obtain where

     PERFECT HARMONY does not prevail.

Keep in mind these facts:--

     First.  You are engaged in an undertaking of major important

     to you.  To be sure of success, you must have plans which are


     Second.  You must have the advantage of the experience, 

     education, native ability, and imagination of other minds.  This

     is in harmony which the methods followed by every person who

     has accumulated a great fortune

No individual has sufficient experience, education, native abilitly, and 

knowledlge to ensure the acculation of a great fortune, without the 

cooperation of other people.  Every plan you adopt, in your endeavor

to accumulate wealth, should be the joint creation of yourself and 

every other member of your "Master Mind" group...

The most intelligent man living cannot succeed in accumulating 

money -- nor in any other undertaking--without plans which are

practical and workable.  Just keep this fact in mind, and 

remember when your plans fail, that  temporary defeat is not permanent

failure.  It may only mean that your plans have ot been sound.  Build

other plans.  Start all over again.

Thanks to Michael and Linda Dlouhy for providing this platform for

all of us to learn and grow into the people we were meant to be.

Love to all

Shirley Gekler

Sudbury, Ontario