Think & Grow Rich Lessons
Kathy Calicotte Hannibal, Missouri, USA

Posted: 2016-02-16

CHAPTER 14 - THE SIXTH SENSE

THE DOOR TO THE TEMPLE OF WISDOM

 

Mr. Hill clearly states "This principle is the apex of THE THINK AND GROW RICH PHILOSOPHY. It can be assimilated, understood and 

applied ONLY by first mastering the other 12 principles explained in the previous chapters."

 

Oh boy, that statement will sure slam one back to reality!!  When put that way, it sounds like a feat too big for any mere human being.  Some days I

have trouble mastering getting out of bed!  But I am up for the challenge.  Only because I have the best mentor on Earth and the best master mind

team ever assembled at my finger tips to help me.  When you take each chapter, or principle, as it were, individually, and read it and discuss it and 

tear it apart and talk about it with the team and hear their slant on it and get their input and give your input, and ask questions and answer questions,

it is not as bad as it sounds.  I could never do this on my own.  But that's the beauty of it, I DON'T HAVE TO!!!

 

The Sixth Sense is believed to be a mixture of the mental and the spiritual.  Your Guardian Angel, if you will.  We may not understand it and we cannot see it, but

that doesn't mean it isn't so.  I want to develop my Sixth Sense very much.  I want to be a better person and to do that I think I need to work on my character. And

to improve your character you need to associate with and be around people who are what and where you want to be.  Check, got that (my very own master mind team).

Then there is the sole principle through which character is built: self-suggestion.  Check, I do it every day.  Am I ready to get this going, or what!

 

"The starting point of all achievement is DESIRE.  The finishing point is that brand of KNOWLEDGE which leads to understanding-understanding of self, understanding 

of others, understanding of the laws of Nature and understanding and recognition of HAPPINESS."  Napoleon Hill

 

This may or may not be a long journey, and I intend to enjoy every minute of it.  Thank you all at Mentoring For Free for making this journey possible!

 

Kathy Calicotte

Hannibal, MO