The Achievement Mindset Part

The Achievement Mindset Part

richest Americans (and others).

Hill in his introduction to Think and Grow Rich refers to the “formula” as a conception which is the foundation of all success, and necessary to achieve the premise of the book. Hill describes the secret in every chapter but never states it plainly, believing its use is only available to those who possess a ‘readiness’ for the secret: a disposition Hill states as essential to the concept itself.

Hill spends a great deal of time in Think and Grow Rich discussing the life of inventor Thomas Edison, whose personal belief in the practical electric light is now legend; it is 離婚したくない場合の奥の手 stated in the book that the great inventor personally put his stamp of approval on the formula as being necessary for the attainment of all achievement, including riches. However, personal belief alone is not enough for success, requiring “The Secret” of achievement for that all important next step.

One of the basic premises of the ‘Carnegie Secret’ or ‘Carnegie Formula’ is that whatever your mind focuses on will attract like-minded people to you. As one element necessary for Achievement, it can also lead to failure when internal focus is so strong that like-mindedness cannot be achieved; examples are all around us, and Hill pointed them out repeatedly in his writings.

Hill talked at length about the major importance of DESIRE in the lives of successful people to help achieve focus.

Hill’s proposition was that if you have a desire that is great enough, literally nothing can stop you from achieving your aim(s) through the power of like-minded attraction; but only as long as this desire does not have selfishness as a component.

He offered six steps to ‘fuel’ desire so that it will become the ‘motivating master’ of those who use the formula. Riches are what Hill’s teachings promise the reader; these riches can be in the form of money or any other result aimed for, if the person applying the formula uses focus and desire properly to achieve them.

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