Last episode we were only able to cover the first third of Chapter 7 on Organized Planning, so we continued the discussion this time on the rest of that same chapter.
The concepts contained in this chapter are essential to anyone who wants to succeed, whether as an entrepreneur or as an employee.
What really matters is what your attitude is as you approach the whole thing.
Hill also spends considerable time going over the fields of endeavor that promised the greatest opportunities at the time the book was published, during the Great Depression.
Ironically, the general fields he identified are still valid today, albeit in new and different ways from 80 years ago.
Politics, banking, and industry were the first three items on his list.
Here we are today with a banking and financial crisis in our recent history, a hugely divided electorate that elected a right-wing populist and nationalist to the White House, and numerous industries experiencing growing pains, particularly those of I.T., health care, and manufacturing.