Think & Grow Rich Lessons
Kay Young Superior, CO, US

Posted: 2019-10-30

Chapter 10 Think and Grow Rich

Power of the Master Mind the Driving Force

 

During this lesson, I contemplated the suggestion of many people to read book after book after good book to understand how to better live our lives and how to build our businesses. 

I imagined a big blow up person such as can be seen at Bob’s Big Boy, with books being piled upon his head until all the air came out and he was squished to the ground.

On the other hand, I visualized another such blow up person with very little air which received additional air coming from a hand pump from Think & Grow Rich. 

That is the difference between taking a few pearls out of a lot of books that represent accumulated experience and experiment and research, even though these sources have some value.  I have realized that we are NOT READING Think and Grow Rich.  We are BECOMING Think and Grow Rich. 

As we study these chapters and share our brilliance from our perspectives with each other, we broaden our own experiences and perspectives.  For some time, I did not take time to write lessons and was hesitant to speak up.  Because of that, I lost many of the riches that come from this Master Mind group to which we belong.

In order to write lessons, I find it easiest to take the first thoughts that come to my mind and create a lesson from that thought.  I love hearing the amazing ideas that come to all of the other group members.

Hill states, “The “Master Mind” may be defined as: “Coordination of knowledge and effort, in a spirit of harmony, between two or more people, for the attainment of a definite purpose.” 

I’m so grateful for the harmonious group of people in this Master Mind group for working on bettering yourselves and all of us.  I’m grateful to Michael and Linda Dlouhy for forming the group.  In fact, it was just today that I realized Michael made a seamless effort to keep it harmonious, as it seems so natural to the members.  Great job Michael.   It allows us to safely improve in our dealings as human beings and will affect every part of our lives, including our income.

 

Kay Young

Superior, CO