Probably the most child-like aspect of Think And Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill is his system’s reliance on imagination. Imagination is really Law of Attraction 101. The three step LOA process: Ask, Believe, and Receive, starts with Ask, and that’s where imagination really becomes paramount. The Universe can’t deliver something to you that you’ve never […]
We continue our discussion of Napoleon Hill’s classic self-help book, Think And Grow Rich. This week we discuss Chapter 5 in our 4th episode in the series, on the topic of Specialized Knowledge.
This was one of the easiest topics we have discussed so far regarding the book, because specialized knowledge has played such a key role in the development of the modern 21st century era.
So it’s easy for any listener to identify with what Hill had to say on the subject 70-80 years ago after he spent 25 years of his life interviewing the rich and famous to acquire their most treasured secrets regarding how they became rich and famous.
We continue our discussion of Think And Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill by focusing on Chapter 4 – Autosuggestion.
This chapter is really the main key to the whole book. Autosuggestion is the process of deliberately putting positive messages into your subconscious mind. It’s the most effective method we have for changing our focus, changing the things that happen in our lives, and changing what we attract into our lives.
One of the most amazing things about autosuggestion is that it’s a fantastic way to build your own faith in yourself and in what you are trying to attract.
The second and third chapters of the book are perhaps the most important, because according to Hill (and to most modern gurus), combining desire and faith is the foundational cornerstone for achieving personal success and wealth.
Last week, we laid out the six steps to take to help you establish your burning desire to achieve what you want to achieve.
This week’s chapter lays out an additional six steps to take to build up your faith in what you desire, even if you have no confidence at the beginning that you can pull it off.
Napoleon Hill’s classic book, Think And Grow Rich, will be the topic of the next few episodes. We start it with this week’s show. The book is now in the public domain, so there are a number of places online you can get it for free, including at FreePDFs.org. So grab a copy and read the chapters with us as we discuss the book’s highlights over the next few week.
The holidays are a time for bonding, among other things, and this week we focus on bonding and the role it plays in getting the Law of Attraction to work to our highest and greatest benefit in life.
Plus it’s a great opportunity for Joel to brag about his new foster son!
Happy Thanksgiving Day, everybody!
You may be surprised to discover that this week we don’t spend much time talking about gratitude on a day devoted to gratitude.
Instead, we focus on resilience and persistence this week, because when we learn to be resilient and persistent in our pursuit of controlling our own focus in life, we produce better results in our lives.
If it were not for our personal resistance, all of our greatest dreams would come true, expand, grow, and create ever greater desires and dreams every day of our lives.
What a world that would be!
So why do we resist? And more importantly, how do we resist?
Joel and Walt explore this question in some detail during today’s show.
The overwhelming characteristic of this year’s election cycle was that so many people focused on what they didn’t want. That tendency generally produces the opposite of what people originally intend.
The same thing is true in our personal, individual lives. Are you focusing on what you want or on the lack of what you want? And what do you think will be the result?
This is a vital episode for anyone who wants to know why they’re not getting what they want in life.
Walt and Joel spend this episode talking about the things the appreciate in their own lives, in the hope that our listeners will be inspired to engage in a similar, internal examination to be grateful for what’s great about their own lives.