Think & Grow Rich Lessons
Nathan Grimes Lubbock, TX, United States

Posted: 2019-11-14


In 1844, Morse sent his first telegraph message, from
Washington, D.C., to Baltimore, Maryland; by 1866, a
telegraph line had been laid across the Atlantic Ocean
from the U.S. to Europe. Messages over a wire, an
“intangible” force at work.

It was on March 10th, 1876 that Alexander Bell finally
realized the success and communication potent of
his new device, the telephone., The possibilities of being
able to talk down an electrical wire far outweighed
those of a modified telegraph system. Voice over that
wire, another “intangible” force doing its thing.

In England in the year 1896, Marconi secured his spot
in radio's history when awarded the first wireless patent.
A year later Tesla filed for patents for his basic radio
in the United States. Now voices over the air another
“intangible” force hits again.

Intangible means things that cannot be seen or touch it
can only be felt, for example, goodwill. Management is
an intangible force because it is an unseen force. Its
presence can be felt by every step performed.

Alexander Graham Bell, Dr. Elmer R Gates, and Napoleon
Hill concluded that every human is both broadcasting
(sending) and receiving station for the vibration of
thought. Here again, is the intangible at work.

“When stimulated, or "stepped up" to a high rate of
vibration, the mind becomes more receptive to the
vibration of thought which reaches it through the ether
from outside sources. This "stepping up" process takes
place through the positive emotions or the negative
emotions. Through the emotions, the vibrations of
thought may be increased.” Napoleon Hill

“The positive thinker sees the invisible, feels the
intangible and achieves the impossible.”
Winston Churchill

I found one of my sources for that intangible forces
right here at Mentoring for Free. Among the participants
I found a harmonious team of positive thinkers all
reaching for what the world says is impossible, yet
finding their dreams fulfilled. An arena of ideas,
inspirations, and hunches flowing free from every person
on the weekly calls and in the written lesson shared
from Think and Grow Rich.

My deepest thanks to Linda and Michael Dlouhy is creating
a place where we can learn how to wisely use that receiving
and broadcasting God gave our brain. Bob Shoaf your friendship
and encouragement are a constant blessing. My appreciation
to everyone who participates in the weekly calls for brilliance
you bring to the table. Thank you, to everyone who received
“Success in 10 Steps” and allows me to serve and mentor you.

Nathan Grimes