Think & Grow Rich Lessons
Marty Roe Pine Bluff, Arkansas, United States

Posted: 2022-01-10

Chapter 3,                                                             1/9/2022
From The Book, Think And Grow Rich!
By Napoleon Hill,
The Greatest Forces Are Intangible! 

Ther are no limitations to the mind except those we
acknowledge both poverty and riches are the offspring of
thought.   (Napoleon Hill)

In 1888, Carl Benz, had invented a horse less carriage.
When ever his wife Bertha, would ask, when are 
you going to show this to the world? Carl would say it is
not ready yet, I still have a few problem's to work out. 
One morning Carl wakes up, and fiends a note left written
by his wife, letting him know that she had taken his horse
less carriage to see her mother a long with their two sons.
Her mother lived something like 65 miles away. 
She had a few break downs a long the way, however she
was able to get them fixed and keep going. It took 
something like 12 hours to get to her mothers house.

Look at what the horse less carriage grew into, we can
now take a 65 mile one way trip and return the same day,
something like two hours driving time. 
This day and time I have a lot of Faith in my automobile
starting up when I put the key in and turn it, I know it is
going to get me where I want to go, I don't even think 
about it, I just do it. 
It's nice to know that we can also grow our mindset into
becoming the person we were ment to be, by getting in 
good positive self talk habits, by being part of  a positive 
Thinking Master Mind, taking positive energy with us 
every where we go.
I like history, I realize that the instant gratification we 
enjoy today, had to grow into what it is today. 
Thanks to my Master Mind Friends For Showing Up 
Every Week, and Sharing Your Brilliance! 

Marty Roe
Pine Bluff, Arkansas,

"Faith that it's not always in your hands or things don't always go the way you planned, but you have to have faith that there is a plan for you, and you must follow your heart and believe in yourself no matter what." - Martina McBride