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  2. Riches cannot always be measured in money!
    Rcabmim!
  3. There is no such thing as SOMETHING FOR NOTHING!
    TinstaSFN!
  4. "The secret to which I refer cannot be had without a price, although the price is far less than its value. It cannot be had at any price by those who are not intentionally searching for it. It cannot be given away, it cannot be purchased for money, for the reason that it comes in two parts. One part is already in possession of those who are ready for it."
    "TstwIrcbhwap, atpifltiv. Icbhaapbtwanisfi. Icbga, icbpfm, ftrticitp. Opiaipotwarfi."
  5. "ALL ACHIEVEMENT, ALL EARNED RICHES, HAVE THEIR BEGINNING IN AN IDEA!"
    "AA, AER, HTBIAI!"
  6. An intangible impulse of thought can be transformed into its physical counterpart by the application of known principles.
    Aiiotcbtiipcbtaokp.
  7. One sound idea is all that one needs to achieve success.
    Osiiatontas.
  8. "WHEN RICHES BEGIN TO COME THEY COME SO QUICKLY, IN SUCH GREAT ABUNDANCE, THAT ONE WONDERS WHERE THEY HAVE BEEN HIDING DURING ALL THOSE LEAN YEARS."
    "WRBTCTCSQ, ISGA, TOWWTHBHDATLY."
  9. "When you begin to THINK AND GROW RICH, you will observe that riches begin with a state of mind, with definiteness of purpose, with little or no hard work."
    "WybtTAGR, ywotrbwasom, wdop, wlonhw."
  10. Success comes to those who become SUCCESS CONSCIOUS.
    ScttwbSC.
  11. "We are the Masters of our Fate, the Captains of our Souls, because we have the power to control our thoughts."
    "WatMooF, tCooS, bwhtptcot."
  12. "The ether in which this little earth floats, in which we move and have our being, is a form of energy moving at an inconceivably high rate of vibration, and that the ether is filled with a form of universal power which ADAPTS itself to the nature of the thoughts we hold in our minds; and INFLUENCES us, in natural ways, to transform our thoughts into their physical equivalent."
    "Teiwtlef, iwwmahob, iafoemaaihrov, atteifwafoupwAittnottwhiomaIu, inw, ttotitpe."
  13. "Our brains become magnetized with the dominating thoughts which we hold in our minds, and these “magnets” attract to us the forces, the people, the circumstances of life which harmonize with the nature of our dominating thoughts."
    "Obbmwtdtwwhiom, at “ m ” atutf, tp, tcolwhwtnoodt."
  14. "Before we can accumulate riches in great abundance, we must magnetize our minds with intense DESIRE for riches, that we must become “money conscious” until the DESIRE for money drives us to create definite plans for acquiring it."
    "Bwcariga, wmmomwiDfr, twmb “ mc” utDfmdutcdpfai."
  15. "Every human being who reaches the age of understanding of the purpose of money, wishes for it. Wishing will not bring riches. But desiring riches with a state of mind that becomes an obsession, then planning definite ways and means to acquire riches, and backing those plans with persistence which does not recognize failure, will bring riches."
    "Ehbwrtaouotpom, wfi. Wwnbr. Bdrwasomtbao, tpdwamtar, abtpwpwdnrf, wbr."
  16. First: Fix in your mind the exact amount of money you desire. It is not sufficient merely to say “I want plenty of money.” Be definite as to the amount.
    FFiymteaomyd. Iinsmts “ Iwpom. ” Bdatta.
  17. Second: Determine exactly what you intend to give in return for the money you desire. (There is no such reality as “something for nothing.)
    SDewyitgirftmyd. (Tinsra “sfn. )
  18. Third: Establish a definite date when you intend to possess the money you desire.
    T Eaddwyitptmyd.
  19. "Fourth: Create a definite plan for carrying out your desire, and begin at once, whether you are ready or not, to put this plan into action."
    "F Cadpfcoyd, abao, wyaron, tptpia."
  20. "Fifth: Write out a clear, concise statement of the amount of money you intend to acquire, name the time limit for its acquisition, state what you intend to give in return for the money, and describe clearly the plan through which you intend to accumulate it."
    "F Woac, csotaomyita, nttlfia, swyitgirftm, adctptwyitai."
  21. "Sixth: Read your written statement aloud, twice daily, once just before retiring at night, and once after arising in the morning. AS YOU READ—SEE AND FEEL AND BELIEVE YOURSELF ALREADY IN POSSESSION OF THE MONEY."
    "S Rywsa, td, ojbran, aoaaitm. AYRAFABYAIPOTM."
  22. "If you truly DESIRE money so keenly that your desire is an obsession, you will have no difficulty in convincing yourself that you will acquire it. The object is to want money, and to become so determined to have it that you CONVINCE yourself you will have it."
    "IytDmsktydiao, ywhndicytywai. Toitwm, atbsdthityCyywhi."
  23. "Only those who become “money conscious” ever accumulate great riches. “Money consciousness” means that the mind has become so thoroughly saturated with the DESIRE for money, that one can see one’s self already in possession of it."
    "Otwb “mc” eagr. “Mc” mttmhbstswtDfm, tocsosaipoi."
  24. "Accumulation of money cannot be left to chance, good fortune, and luck. One must realize that all who have accumulated great fortunes, first did a certain amount of dreaming, hoping, wishing, DESIRING, and PLANNING before they acquired money."
    "Aomcbltc, gf, al. Omrtawhagf, fdacaod, h, w, D, aPbtam."
  25. "You can never have riches in great quantities, UNLESS you can work yourself into a white heat of DESIRE for money, and actually BELIEVE you will possess it."
    "Ycnhrigq, UycwyiawhoDfm, aaBywpi."
  26. "If you do not see great riches in your imagination, you will never see them in your bank balance."
    "Iydnsgriyi, ywnstiybb."
  27. "There is one quality which one must possess to win, and that is DEFINITENESS OF PURPOSE, the knowledge of what one wants, and a burning DESIRE to possess it."
    "Tioqwomptw, atiDOP, tkowow, aabDtpi."
  28. "We who desire to accumulate riches, should remember the real leaders of the world always have been men who harnessed, and put into practical use, the intangible, unseen forces of unborn opportunity, and have converted those forces, [or impulses of thought], into sky-scrapers, cities, factories, airplanes, automobiles, and every form of convenience that makes life more pleasant."
    "Wwdtar, srtrlotwahbmwh, apipu, ti, ufouo, ahctf, [iot, is-s, c, f, a, a, aefoctmlmp."
  29. "“The oak sleeps in the acorn. The bird waits in the egg, and in the highest vision of the soul, a waking angel stirs. DREAMS ARE THE SEEDLINGS OF REALITY.”"
    " Tosita. Tbwite, aithvots, awas. DATSOR. ”"
  30. "There is a difference between WISHING for a thing and being READY to receive it. No one is ready for a thing, until he believes he can acquire it. The state of mind must be BELIEF, not mere hope or wish. Open-mindedness is essential for belief. Closed minds do not inspire faith, courage, and belief."
    "TiadbWfatabRtri. Noirfat, uhbhcai. TsommbB, nmhow. O-miefb. Cmdnif, c, ab."
  31. "Remember, no more effort is required to aim high in life, to demand abundance and prosperity, than is required to accept misery and poverty."
    "R, nmeirtahil, tdaap, tirtamap."
  32. "“The whole course of things goes to teach us faith. We need only obey. There is guidance for each of us, and by lowly listening, we shall hear the right word.”"
    " Twcotgttuf. Wnoo. Tigfeou, abll, wshtrw. ”"
  33. “Our only limitations are those we set up in our own minds.”
    Oolatwsuioom. ”
  34. "Strange and imponderable is the power of the human mind! We do not understand the method by which it uses every circumstance, every individual, every physical thing within its reach, as a means of transforming DESIRE into its physical counterpart."
    "Saiitpothm! Wdnutmbwiuec, ei, eptwir, aamotDiipc."
  35. "All achievement, no matter what may be its nature, or its purpose, must begin with an intense, BURNING DESIRE for something definite."
    "Aa, nmwmbin, oip, mbwai, BDfsd."
  36. "Faith is the visualization of, and belief in attainment of desire."
    "Fitvo, abiaod."
  37. "FAITH is the head chemist of the mind. When FAITH is blended with the vibration of thought, the subconscious mind instantly picks up the vibration, translates it into its spiritual equivalent, and transmits it to Infinite Intelligence, as in the case of prayer."
    "Fithcotm. WFibwtvot, tsmiputv, tiiise, atitII, aitcop."
  38. "FAITH is a state of mind which may be induced, or created, by affirmation or repeated instructions to the subconscious mind, through the principle of auto-suggestion."
    "Fiasomwmbi, oc, baorittsm, ttpoa-s."
  39. "You may CONVINCE the subconscious mind that you believe you will receive that for which you ask, and it will act upon that belief, which your subconscious mind passes back to you in the form of “FAITH,” followed by definite plans for procuring that which you desire."
    "YmCtsmtybywrtfwya, aiwautb, wysmpbtyitfo “F, ” fbdpfptwyd."
  40. Repetition of affirmation of orders to your subconscious mind is the only known method of voluntary development of the emotion of faith.
    Roaootysmitokmovdoteof.
  41. "Any impulse of thought which is repeatedly passed on to the subconscious mind is, finally, accepted and acted upon by the subconscious mind, which proceeds to translate that impulse into its physical equivalent, by the most practical procedure available."
    "Aiotwirpottsmi, f, aaaubtsm, wptttiiipe, btmppa."
  42. "ALL THOUGHTS WHICH HAVE BEEN EMOTIONALIZED, (given feeling) AND MIXED WITH FAITH, begin immediately to translate themselves into their physical equivalent or counterpart."
    "ATWHBE, (gf) AMWF, bitttitpeoc."
  43. "Not only thought impulses which have been mixed with FAITH, but those which have been mixed with any of the positive emotions, or any of the negative emotions, may reach, and influence the subconscious mind."
    "NotiwhbmwF, btwhbmwaotpe, oaotne, mr, aitsm."
  44. "The subconscious mind will translate into its physical equivalent, a thought impulse of a negative or destructive nature, just as readily as it will act upon thought impulses of a positive or constructive nature."
    "Tsmwtiipe, atioanodn, jaraiwautioapocn."
  45. "Your BELIEF, or FAITH, is the element which determines the action of your subconscious mind."
    "YB, oF, itewdtaoysm."
  46. "Conduct yourself just as you would, if you were ALREADY IN POSSESSION OF THE MATERIAL THING WHICH YOU ARE DEMANDING, when you call upon your subconscious mind."
    "Cyjayw, iywAIPOTMTWYAD, wycuysm."
  47. "The subconscious mind will transform into its physical equivalent, by the most direct and practical media available, any order which is given to it in a state of BELIEF, or FAITH that the order will be carried out."
    "Tsmwtiipe, btmdapma, aowigtiiasoB, oFttowbco."
  48. "One may develop faith by voluntarily suggesting to the subconscious mind that one has faith. The mind comes, finally, to take on the nature of the influences which dominate it."
    "Omdfbvsttsmtohf. Tmc, f, ttotnotiwdi."
  49. "A mind dominated by positive emotions, becomes a favorable abode for the state of mind known as faith. A mind so dominated may, at will, give the subconscious mind instructions, which it will accept and act upon immediately."
    "Amdbpe, bafaftsomkaf. Amsdm, aw, gtsmi, wiwaaaui."
  50. FAITH IS A STATE OF MIND WHICH MAY BE INDUCED BY SELF-SUGGESTION.
    FIASOMWMBIBS-S.
  51. FAITH is the starting point of all accumulation of riches!
    Fitspoaaor!
  52. FAITH is the only known antidote for FAILURE!
    FitokafF!
  53. "FAITH is the element, the “chemical” which, when mixed with prayer, gives one direct communication with Infinite Intelligence."
    "Fite, t “c” w, wmwp, godcwII."
  54. "FAITH is the element which transforms the ordinary vibration of thought, created by the finite mind of man, into the spiritual equivalent."
    "Fitewttovot, cbtfmom, itse."
  55. FAITH is the only agency through which the cosmic force of Infinite Intelligence can be harnessed and used by man.
    FitoatwtcfoIIcbhaubm.
  56. "t is a well known fact that one comes, finally, to BELIEVE whatever one repeats to one’s self, whether the statement be true or false."
    "tiawkftoc, f, tBwortos, wtsbtof."
  57. "Every man is what he is, because of the DOMINATING THOUGHTS which he permits to occupy his mind. Thoughts which a man deliberately places in his own mind, and encourages with sympathy, and with which he mixes any one or more of the emotions, constitute the motivating forces, which direct and control his every movement, act, and deed!"
    "Emiwhi, botDTwhptohm. Twamdpihom, aews, awwhmaoomote, ctmf, wdachem, a, ad!"
  58. "THOUGHTS WHICH ARE MIXED WITH ANY OF THE FEELINGS OF EMOTIONS, CONSTITUTE A “MAGNETIC” FORCE WHICH ATTRACTS, FROM THE VIBRATIONS OF THE ETHER, OTHER SIMILAR, OR RELATED THOUGHTS."
    "TWAMWAOTFOE, CA “M” FWA, FTVOTE, OS, ORT."
  59. " A thought thus “magnetized” with emotion may be compared to a seed which, when planted in fertile soil, germinates, grows, and multiplies itself over and over again, until that which was originally one small seed, becomes countless millions of seeds of the SAME BRAND!"
    " tt “m” wembctasw, wpifs, g, g, amioaoa, utwwooss, bcmosotSB!"
  60. "From the great storehouse of the ether, the human mind is constantly attracting vibrations which harmonize with that which DOMINATES the human mind."
    "Ftgsote, thmicavwhwtwDthm."
  61. "Any thought, idea, plan, or purpose which one holds in one’s mind attracts, from the vibrations of the ether, a host of its relatives, adds these “relatives” to its own force, and grows until it becomes the dominating, MOTIVATING MASTER of the individual in whose mind it has been housed."
    "At, i, p, opwohioma, ftvote, ahoir, at “r” tiof, aguibtd, MMotiiwmihbh."
  62. "Any idea, plan, or purpose may be placed in the mind through repetition of thought."
    "Ai, p, opmbpitmtrot."
  63. "We are what we are, because of the vibrations of thought which we pick up and register, through the stimuli of our daily environment."
    "Wawwa, botvotwwpuar, ttsoode."
  64. "I know that I have the ability to achieve the object of my Definite Purpose in life, therefore, I DEMAND of myself persistent, continuous action toward its attainment, and I here and now promise to render such action."
    "IktIhtatatoomDPil, t, IDomp, catia, aIhanptrsa."
  65. "I realize the dominating thoughts of my mind will eventually reproduce themselves in outward, physical action, and gradually transform themselves into physical reality, therefore, I will concentrate my thoughts for thirty minutes daily, upon the task of thinking of the person I intend to become, thereby creating in my mind a clear mental picture of that person."
    "Irtdtommwertio, pa, agttipr, t, Iwcmtftmd, uttototpIitb, tcimmacmpotp."
  66. "I know through the principle of auto-suggestion, any desire that I persistently hold in my mind will eventually seek expression through some practical means of attaining the object back of it, therefore, I will devote ten minutes daily to demanding of myself the development of SELF-CONFIDENCE."
    "Ikttpoa-s, adtIphimmwesetspmoatoboi, t, IwdtmdtdomtdoS-C."
  67. "I have clearly written down a description of my DEFINITE CHIEF AIM in life, and I will never stop trying, until I shall have developed sufficient self-confidence for its attainment."
    "IhcwdadomDCAil, aIwnst, uIshdss-cfia."
  68. "I fully realize that no wealth or position can long endure, unless built upon truth and justice, therefore, I will only engage in transactions which benefit all whom it affects."
    "Ifrtnwopcle, ubutaj, t, Iwoeitwbawia."
  69. "I will succeed by attracting to myself the forces I wish to use, and the cooperation of other people."
    "IwsbatmtfIwtu, atcoop."
  70. "I will induce others to serve me, because of my willingness to serve others."
    "Iwiotsm, bomwtso."
  71. "I will develop an attitude of love, joy, peace, patience, kindness, faith, cooperation and harmony towards all people, because I know that only a positive attitude toward others can ever bring me success."
    "Iwdaaol, j, p, p, k, f, cahtap, bIktoapatocebms."
  72. " I will cause others to believe in me, because I will believe in them, and in myself."
    " Iwcotbim, bIwbit, aim."
  73. ALL IMPULSES OF THOUGHT HAVE A TENDENCY TO CLOTHE THEMSELVES IN THEIR PHYSICAL EQUIVALENT.
    AIOTHATTCTITPE.
  74. "The subconscious mind, (the chemical laboratory in which all thought impulses are combined, and made ready for translation into physical reality), makes no distinction between constructive and destructive thought impulses."
    "Tsm, (tcliwatiac, amrftipr) , mndbcadti."
  75. "The subconscious mind will translate into reality a thought driven by FEAR just as readily as it will translate into reality a thought driven by COURAGE, or FAITH."
    "TsmwtiratdbFjaraiwtiratdbC, oF."
  76. "If you fill your mind with FEAR, doubt and unbelief in your ability to connect with, and use the forces of Infinite Intelligence, the law of autosuggestion will take this spirit of unbelief and use it as a pattern by which your subconscious mind will translate it into its physical equivalent."
    "IyfymwF, dauiyatcw, autfoII, tloawttsouauiaapbwysmwtiiipe."
  77. "Like the wind which carries one ship East, and another West, the law of auto-suggestion will lift you up or pull you down, according to the way you set your sails of THOUGHT."
    "LtwwcosE, aaW, tloa-swlyuopyd, attwysysoT."
  78. "Somewhere in your make-up (perhaps in the cells of your brain) there lies sleeping, the seed of achievement which, if aroused and put into action, would carry you to heights, such as you may never have hoped to attain."
    "Siym-u (pitcoyb) tls, tsoaw, iaapia, wcyth, saymnhhta."
  79. "It is a known fact that the emotion of LOVE is closely akin to the state of mind known as FAITH, and this for the reason that Love comes very near to translating one’s thought impulses into their spiritual equivalent."
    "IiakftteoLicattsomkaF, atftrtLcvnttotiitse."
  80. "The emotion of love, in the human heart and brain, creates a favorable field of magnetic attraction, which causes an influx of the higher and finer vibrations which are afloat in the ether."
    "Teol, ithhab, caffoma, wcaiothafvwaaite."
  81. "Industrialists and business men accumulate great fortunes, by giving before they try to get. They have to create the company and produce their products and services before they can earn profits."
    "Iabmagf, bgbtttg. Thtctcaptpasbtcep."
  82. IDEAS have been converted into huge fortunes.
    Ihbcihf.
  83. INTANGIBLE DESIRE CAN BE TRANSFORMED INTO ITS PHYSICAL EQUIVALENT!
    IDCBTIIPE!
  84. RICHES begin in the form of THOUGHT! The amount is limited only by the person in whose mind the THOUGHT is put into motion.
    RbitfoT! TailobtpiwmtTipim.
  85. FAITH removes limitations!
    Frl!
  86. THERE ARE NO LIMITATIONS TO THE MIND EXCEPT THOSE WE ACKNOWLEDGE
    TANLTTMETWA
  87. BOTH POVERTY AND RICHES ARE THE OFFSPRING OF THOUGHT
    BPARATOOT
  88. AUTO-SUGGESTION is a term which applies to all suggestions and all self-administered stimuli which reach one’s mind through the five senses.
    A-Siatwatasaas-aswromttfs.
  89. "Auto-suggestion is the agency of communication between that part of the mind where conscious thought takes place, and that which serves as the seat of action for the subconscious mind."
    "A-sitaocbtpotmwcttp, atwsatsoaftsm."
  90. "Through the dominating thoughts which one permits to remain in the conscious mind, (whether these thoughts be negative or positive, is immaterial), the principle of auto-suggestion voluntarily reaches the subconscious mind and influences it with these thoughts."
    "Ttdtwoptritcm, (wttbnop, ii) , tpoa-svrtsmaiiwtt."
  91. "NO THOUGHT, whether it be negative or positive, CAN ENTER THE SUBCONSCIOUS MIND WITHOUT THE AID OF THE PRINCIPLE OF AUTO-SUGGESTION, with the exception of thoughts picked up from the ether."
    "NT, wibnop, CETSMWTAOTPOA-S, wteotpufte."
  92. "All sense impressions which are perceived through the five senses, are stopped by the CONSCIOUS thinking mind, and may be either passed on to the subconscious mind, or rejected, at will. The conscious faculty serves, therefore, as an outer guard to the approach of the subconscious."
    "Asiwapttfs, asbtCtm, ambepottsm, or, aw. Tcfs, t, aaogttaots."
  93. "Nature has so built man that he has ABSOLUTE CONTROL over the material which reaches his subconscious mind, through his five senses."
    "NhsbmthhACotmwrhsm, thfs."
  94. AUTO-SUGGESTION is the agency of control through which an individual may voluntarily feed his subconscious mind on thoughts of a creative nature.
    A-Sitaoctwaimvfhsmotoacn.
  95. "When reading aloud the statement of your desire (through which you are endeavoring to develop a “money consciousness”), that the mere reading of the words is of NO CONSEQUENCE—UNLESS you mix emotion, or feeling with your words."
    "Wratsoyd (twyaetda “mc” ) , ttmrotwioNCyme, ofwyw."
  96. Your subconscious mind recognizes and acts upon ONLY thoughts which have been well-mixed with emotion or feeling.
    YsmraauOtwhbw-mweof.
  97. "Plain, unemotional words do not influence the subconscious mind. You will get no appreciable results until you learn to reach your subconscious mind with thoughts, or spoken words which have been well emotionalized with BELIEF."
    "P, uwdnitsm. Ywgnaruyltrysmwt, oswwhbwewB."
  98. "Your ability to use the principle of auto-suggestion will depend, very largely, upon your capacity to CONCENTRATE upon a given DESIRE until that desire becomes a BURNING OBSESSION."
    "Yatutpoa-swd, vl, uyctCuagDutdbaBO."
  99. "When you begin to carry out the first of the six steps, which instructs you to “fix in your own mind the EXACT amount of money you desire,” hold your thoughts on that amount of money by CONCENTRATION, or fixation of attention, with your eyes closed, until you can ACTUALLY SEE the physical appearance of the money."
    "Wybtcotfotss, wiyt “fiyomtEaomyd, ” hytotaombC, ofoa, wyec, uycAStpaotm."
  100. "Here is a most significant fact—the subconscious mind takes any orders given it in a spirit of absolute FAITH, and acts upon those orders, although the orders often have to be presented over and over again, through repetition, before they are interpreted by the subconscious mind. "
    "HiamsfsmtaogiiasoaF, aauto, atoohtbpoaoa, tr, btaibtsm. "
  101. "DO NOT WAIT for a definite plan, through which you intend to exchange services or merchandise in return for the money you are visualizing, but begin at once to see yourself in possession of the money, DEMANDING and EXPECTING meanwhile, that your subconscious mind will hand over the plan, or plans you need. Be on the alert for these plans, and when they appear, put them into ACTION IMMEDIATELY."
    "DNWfadp, twyitesomirftmyav, bbaotsyipotm, DaEm, tysmwhotp, opyn. Botaftp, awta, ptiAI."
  102. "When your subconscious mind gives you the plans you need, they will probably “flash” into your mind through the sixth sense, in the form of an “inspiration.” This inspiration may be considered a direct “telegram,” or message from Infinite Intelligence. Treat it with respect, and act upon it as soon as you receive it. Failure to do this will be FATAL to your success."
    "Wysmgytpyn, twp “f” iymttss, itfoa “i. ” Timbcad “t, ” omfII. Tiwr, aauiasayri. FtdtwbFtys."
  103. "Do not trust to your “reason when creating your plan for accumulating money through the transformation of desire. Your reason is faulty. Moreover, your reasoning faculty may be lazy, and, if you depend entirely upon it to serve you, it may disappoint you."
    "Dntty “rwcypfamtttod. Yrif. M, yrfmbl, a, iydeuitsy, imdy."
  104. "When visualizing the money you intend to accumulate, (with closed eyes), see yourself rendering the service, or delivering the merchandise you intend to give in return for this money."
    "Wvtmyita, (wce) , syrts, odtmyitgirftm."
  105. "Remember that your subconscious mind will act ONLY upon instructions which are emotionalized, and handed over to it with “feeling.”"
    "RtysmwaOuiwae, ahotiw “f. ”"
  106. "If you follow the instructions outlined, your skepticism will soon be replaced by belief, and this, in turn, will soon become crystallized into ABSOLUTE FAITH."
    "Iyftio, yswsbrbb, at, it, wsbciAF."
  107. "Man may become the master of himself, and of his environment, because he has the POWER TO INFLUENCE HIS OWN SUBCONSCIOUS MIND, and through it, gain the cooperation of Infinite Intelligence."
    "Mmbtmoh, aohe, bhhtPTIHOSM, ati, gtcoII."
  108. "The actual performance of transforming DESIRE into money, involves the use of self-suggestion as an agency by which one may reach, and influence, the subconscious mind. The other principles are simply tools with which to apply auto-suggestion."
    "TapotDim, ituos-saaabwomr, ai, tsm. Topastwwtaa-s."
  109. "THERE are two kinds of knowledge. One is general, the other is specialized. General knowledge, no matter how great in quantity or variety it may be, is of but little use in the accumulation of money. "
    "Tatkok. Oig, tois. Gk, nmhgiqovimb, iobluitaom. "
  110. "KNOWLEDGE will not attract money, unless it is organized, and intelligently directed, through practical PLANS OF ACTION, to the DEFINITE END of accumulation of money."
    "Kwnam, uiio, aid, tpPOA, ttDEoaom."
  111. "Knowledge is only potential power. It becomes power only when, and if, it is organized into definite plans of action, and directed to a definite end."
    "Kiopp. Ibpow, ai, iioidpoa, adtade."
  112. "An educated man is not, necessarily, one who has an abundance of general or specialized knowledge. An educated man is one who has so developed the faculties of his mind that he may acquire anything he wants, or its equivalent, without violating the rights of others."
    "Aemin, n, owhaaogosk. Aemiowhsdtfohmthmaahw, oie, wvtroo."
  113. "Any man is educated who knows where to get knowledge when he needs it, and how to organize that knowledge into definite plans of action."
    "Amiewkwtgkwhni, ahtotkidpoa."
  114. "Before you can be sure of your ability to transform DESIRE into its monetary equivalent, you will require SPECIALIZED KNOWLEDGE of the service, merchandise, or profession which you intend to offer in return for fortune. Perhaps you may need much more specialized knowledge than you have the ability or the inclination to acquire, and if this should be true, you may bridge your weakness through the aid of your “Master Mind” group."
    "BycbsoyattDiime, ywrSKots, m, opwyitoirff. Pymnmmsktyhtaotita, aitsbt, ymbywttaoy “MM” g."
  115. "The accumulation of great fortunes calls for POWER, and power is acquired through highly organized and intelligently directed specialized knowledge, but that knowledge does not, necessarily, have to be in the possession of the man who accumulates the fortune."
    "TaogfcfP, apiathoaidsk, btkdn, n, htbitpotmwatf."
  116. "The man who can organize and direct a “Master Mind” group of men who possess knowledge useful in the accumulation of money, is just as much a man of education as any man in the group."
    "Tmwcoada “MM” gomwpkuitaom, ijamamoeaamitg."
  117. Knowledge has no value except that which can be gained from its application toward some worthy end.
    Khnvetwcbgfiatswe.
  118. We rise to high positions or remain at the bottom BECAUSE OF CONDITIONS WE CAN CONTROL IF WE DESIRE TO CONTROL THEM.
    WrthporatbBOCWCCIWDTCT.
  119. "More money changes hands in return for personal services than for any other purpose. The sum paid out monthly, to people who work for wages and salaries, is so huge that it runs into hundreds of millions, and the annual distribution amounts to billions."
    "Mmchirfpstfaop. Tspom, tpwwfwas, ishtirihom, atadatb."
  120. There is no fixed price for sound IDEAS!
    TinfpfsI!
  121. "IMAGINATION is the one quality needed to combine specialized knowledge with IDEAS, in the form of ORGANIZED PLANS designed to yield riches."
    "IitoqntcskwI, itfoOPdtyr."
  122. "The imagination is literally the workshop wherein are fashioned all plans created by man. The impulse, the DESIRE, is given shape, form, and ACTION through the aid of the imaginative faculty of the mind."
    "Tiiltwwafapcbm. Ti, tD, igs, f, aAttaotifotm."
  123. Man can create anything which he can imagine.
    Mccawhci.
  124. "MAN”S ONLY LIMITATION, within reason, LIES IN HIS DEVELOPMENT AND USE OF HIS IMAGINATION."
    "M”SOL, wr, LIHDAUOHI."
  125. "The imaginative faculty functions in two forms. One is known as “synthetic imagination,” and the other as “creative imagination.”"
    "Tiffitf. Oika “si, ” atoa “ci. ”"
  126. "Through synthetic imagination, one may arrange old concepts, ideas, or plans into new combinations."
    "Tsi, omaoc, i, opinc."
  127. "Through the faculty of creative imagination, the finite mind of man has direct communication with Infinite Intelligence."
    "Ttfoci, tfmomhdcwII."
  128. The creative imagination is the faculty through which “hunches” and “inspirations” are received.
    Tciitftw “h” a “i” ar.
  129. "The creative imagination is by this faculty that all basic, or new ideas are handed over to man. "
    "Tciibtftab, oniahotm. "
  130. "It is through the creative imagination that thought vibrations from the minds of others are received. It is through this faculty that one individual may “tune in,” or communicate with the subconscious minds of other men."
    "Iittcittvftmooar. Iittftoim “ti, ” ocwtsmoom."
  131. "The creative imagination functions ONLY when the conscious mind is vibrating at an exceedingly rapid rate, as for example, when the conscious mind is stimulated through the emotion of a strong desire."
    "TcifOwtcmivaaerr, afe, wtcmistteoasd."
  132. "The creative faculty becomes more alert, more receptive to vibrations from the sources mentioned, in proportion to its development through USE."
    "Tcfbma, mrtvftsm, iptidtU."
  133. "Center your attention, for the time being, on the development of the synthetic imagination, because this is the faculty which you will use more often in the process of converting desire into money."
    "Cya, fttb, otdotsi, btitfwywumoitpocdim."
  134. "Transformation of the intangible impulse, of DESIRE, into the tangible reality, of MONEY, calls for the use of a plan, or plans. These plans must be formed with the aid of the imagination, and mainly, with the synthetic faculty."
    "Totii, oD, ittr, oM, cftuoap, op. Tpmbfwtaoti, am, wtsf."
  135. "The moment you reduce the statement of your desire, and a plan for its realization, to writing, you have actually TAKEN THE FIRST of a series of steps, which will enable you to convert the thought into its physical counterpart."
    "Tmyrtsoyd, aapfir, tw, yhaTTFoasos, wweytcttiipc."
  136. "You are now engaged in the task of trying to profit by Nature’s method. You are adapting yourself to Nature’s laws, by endeavoring to convert DESIRE into its physical or monetary equivalent. YOU CAN DO IT! IT HAS BEEN DONE BEFORE!"
    "YaneittottpbNm. YaaytNl, betcDiipome. YCDI! IHBDB!"
  137. "You can build a fortune through the aid of laws which are immutable. But, first, you must become familiar with these laws, and learn to USE them."
    "Ycbafttaolwai. B, f, ymbfwtl, altUt."
  138. Ideas are the beginning points of all fortunes. Ideas are products of the imagination.
    Iatbpoaf. Iapoti.
  139. "IDEAS CAN BE TRANSFORMED INTO CASH THROUGH THE POWER OF DEFINITE PURPOSE, PLUS DEFINITE PLANS."
    "ICBTICTTPODP, PDP."
  140. "If you are one of those who believe that hard work and honesty, alone, will bring riches, perish the thought! It is not true! Riches, when they come in huge quantities, are never the result of HARD work! Riches come, if they come at all, in response to definite demands, based upon the application of definite principles, and not by chance or luck."
    "Iyaootwbthwah, a, wbr, ptt! Iint! R, wtcihq, antroHw! Rc, itcaa, irtdd, butaodp, anbcol."
  141. "An idea is an impulse of thought that impels action, by an appeal to the imagination. All master salesmen know that ideas can be sold where merchandise cannot. Ordinary salesmen do not know this—that is why they are “ordinary.”"
    "Aiiaiottia, baatti. Amskticbswmc. Osdnktiwta “o. ”"
  142. "There is no standard price on ideas. The creator of ideas makes his own price, and, if he is smart, gets it."
    "Tinspoi. Tcoimhop, a, ihis, gi."
  143. The story of practically every great fortune starts with the day when a creator of ideas and a seller of ideas got together and worked in harmony.
    Tsopegfswtdwacoiaasoigtawih.
  144. "Ideas are intangible forces, but they have more power than the physical brains that give birth to them. They have the power to live on, after the brain that creates them has returned to dust."
    "Iaif, bthmpttpbtgbtt. Thtptlo, atbtcthrtd."
  145. SUCCESS REQUIRES NO EXPLANATIONS. FAILURE PERMITS NO ALIBIS.
    SRNE. FPNA.
  146. ORGANIZED PLANNING IS THE CRYSTALLIZATION OF DESIRE INTO ACTION
    OPITCODIA
  147. "Everything man creates or acquires, begins in the form of DESIRE, that desire is taken on the first lap of its journey, from the abstract to the concrete, into the workshop of the IMAGINATION, where PLANS for its transition are created and organized."
    "Emcoa, bitfoD, tditotfloij, ftattc, itwotI, wPfitacao."
  148. "Ally yourself with a group of as many people as you may need for the creation, and carrying out of your plan, or plans for the accumulation of money— making use of the “Master Mind” principle described in a later chapter. (Compliance with this instruction is absolutely essential. Do not neglect it.)"
    "Aywagoampaymnftc, acooyp, opftaommuot “MM” pdialc. (Cwtiiae. Dnni. )"
  149. "Arrange to meet with the members of your “Master Mind” group at least twice a week, and more often if possible, until you have jointly perfected the necessary plan, or plans for the accumulation of money."
    "Atmwtmoy “MM” galtaw, amoip, uyhjptnp, opftaom."
  150. Maintain PERFECT HARMONY between yourself and every member of your “Master Mind” group.
    MPHbyaemoy “MM” g.
  151. "You are engaged in an undertaking of major importance to you. To be sure of success, you must have plans which are faultless."
    "Yaeiauomity. Tbsos, ymhpwaf."
  152. "You must have the advantage of the experience, education, native ability and imagination of other minds. "
    "Ymhtaote, e, naaioom. "
  153. "No individual has sufficient experience, education, native ability, and knowledge to insure the accumulation of a great fortune, without the cooperation of other people."
    "Nihse, e, na, aktitaoagf, wtcoop."
  154. "If the first plan which you adopt does not work successfully, replace it with a new plan, if this new plan fails to work, replace it, in turn with still another, and so on, until you find a plan which DOES WORK."
    "Itfpwyadnws, riwanp, itnpftw, ri, itwsa, aso, uyfapwDW."
  155. The most intelligent man living cannot succeed in accumulating money—nor in any other undertaking— without plans which are practical and workable.
    Tmimlcsiamiaouwpwapaw.
  156. "Temporary defeat should mean only one thing, the certain knowledge that there is something wrong with your plan. "
    "Tdsmoot, tckttiswwyp. "
  157. Your achievement can be no greater than your PLANS are sound.
    YacbngtyPas.
  158. A QUITTER NEVER WINS—AND—A WINNER NEVER QUITS.
    AQNWWNQ.
  159. "When you begin to select members for your “Master Mind” group, endeavor to select those who do not take defeat seriously."
    "Wybtsmfy “MM” g, etstwdntds."
  160. "Some people foolishly believe that only MONEY can make money. This is not true! DESIRE, transformed into its monetary equivalent, through the principles laid down here, is the agency through which money is “made.”"
    "SpfbtoMcmm. Tint! D, tiime, ttpldh, itatwmi “m. ”"
  161. Intelligent planning is essential for success in any undertaking designed to accumulate riches.
    Ipiefsiaudtar.
  162. "Broadly speaking, there are two types of people in the world. One type is known as LEADERS, and the other as FOLLOWERS. Decide at the outset whether you intend to become a leader in your chosen calling, or remain a follower."
    "Bs, tattopitw. OtikaL, atoaF. Datowyitbaliycc, oraf."
  163. "The follower cannot reasonably expect the compensation to which a leader is entitled, although many followers make the mistake of expecting such pay."
    "Tfcretctwalie, amfmtmoesp."
  164. "The successful leader must plan his work, and work his plan. A leader who moves by guesswork, without practical, definite plans, is comparable to a ship without a rudder. Sooner or later he will land on the rocks."
    "Tslmphw, awhp. Alwmbg, wp, dp, ictaswar. Solhwlotr."
  165. The successful leader must be willing to assume responsibility for the mistakes and the shortcomings of his followers.
    Tslmbwtarftmatsohf.
  166. "The successful leader must understand, and apply the principle of cooperative effort and be able to induce his followers to do the same. Leadership calls for POWER, and power calls for COOPERATION."
    "Tslmu, aatpoceabatihftdts. LcfP, apcfC."
  167. "There are two forms of Leadership. The first, and by far the most effective, is LEADERSHIP BY CONSENT of, and with the sympathy of the followers. The second is LEADERSHIP BY FORCE, without the consent and sympathy of the followers."
    "TatfoL. Tf, abftme, iLBCo, awtsotf. TsiLBF, wtcasotf."
  168. Efficient leadership calls for ability to organize and to master details.
    Elcfatoatmd.
  169. "Truly great leaders are willing, when occasion demands, to perform any sort of labor which they would ask another to perform. “The greatest among ye shall be the servant of all” is a truth which all able leaders observe and respect."
    "Tglaw, wod, tpasolwtwaatp. “Tgaysbtsoa” iatwaaloar."
  170. "The world does not pay men for that which they “know.” It pays them for what they DO, or induce others to do."
    "Twdnpmftwt “k. ” IptfwtD, oiotd."
  171. "Leaders receive more pay for their ABILITY TO GET OTHERS TO PERFORM, than they could possibly earn by their own efforts. "
    "LrmpftATGOTP, ttcpebtoe. "
  172. "An efficient leader may, through his knowledge of his job and the magnetism of his personality, greatly increase the efficiency of others, and induce them to render more service and better service than they could render without his aid."
    "Aelm, thkohjatmohp, giteoo, aittrmsabsttcrwha."
  173. "The really great leader CLAIMS NONE OF THE HONORS. He is contented to see the honors, when there are any, go to his followers, because he knows that most men will work harder for commendation and recognition than they will for money alone."
    "TrglCNOTH. Hictsth, wtaa, gthf, bhktmmwwhfcarttwfma."
  174. "The efficient leader leads by encouraging, and not by trying to instill fear in the hearts of his followers."
    "Tellbe, anbttifithohf."
  175. "The doors to the office of the real leader are open to all who wish to enter, and his working quarters are free from formality or ostentation."
    "Tdttootrlaotawwte, ahwqafffoo."
  176. "We are where we are, and what we are, because of our own conduct! If there is a principle of cause and effect, which controls business, finance, and transportation, this same principle controls individuals and determines their economic status."
    "Wawwa, awwa, boooc! Itiapocae, wcb, f, at, tspciadtes."
  177. Every person must be his own salesman of personal services.
    Epmbhosops.
  178. "The QUALITY and the QUANTITY of service rendered, and the SPIRIT in which it is rendered, determine to a large extent, the price, and the duration of employment."
    "TQatQosr, atSiwiir, dtale, tp, atdoe."
  179. "To market Personal services effectively, (which means a permanent market, at a satisfactory price, under pleasant conditions), one must adopt and follow the “QQS” formula which means that QUALITY, plus QUANTITY, plus the proper SPIRIT of cooperation, equals perfect salesmanship of service. Remember the “QQS” formula, but do more—APPLY IT AS A HABIT!"
    "TmPse, (wmapm, aasp, upc) , omaaft “Q” fwmtQ, pQ, ptpSoc, epsos. Rt “Q” f, bdmIAAH!"
  180. "QUALITY of service shall be construed to mean the performance of every detail, in connection with your position, in the most efficient manner possible, with the object of greater efficiency always in mind."
    "Qossbctmtpoed, icwyp, itmemp, wtoogeaim."
  181. "QUANTITY of service shall be understood to mean the HABIT of rendering all the service of which you are capable, at all times, with the purpose of increasing the amount of service rendered as greater skill is developed through practice and experience."
    "QossbutmtHoratsowyac, aat, wtpoitaosragsidtpae."
  182. "SPIRIT of service shall be construed to mean the HABIT of agreeable, harmonious conduct which will induce cooperation from associates and fellow employees."
    "SossbctmtHoa, hcwwicfaafe."
  183. "Adequacy of QUALITY and QUANTITY of service is not sufficient to maintain a permanent market for your services. The conduct, or the SPIRIT in which you deliver service, is a strong determining factor in connection with both the price you receive, and the duration of employment."
    "AoQaQosinstmapmfys. Tc, otSiwyds, iasdficwbtpyr, atdoe."
  184. "The importance of a pleasing personality has been stressed, because it is a factor which enables one to render service in the proper SPIRIT. If one has a personality which PLEASES, and renders service in a spirit of HARMONY, these assets often make up for deficiencies in both the QUALITY, and the QUANTITY of service one renders. Nothing, however, can be SUCCESSFULLY SUBSTITUTED FOR PLEASING CONDUCT."
    "Tioapphbs, biiafweotrsitpS. IohapwP, arsiasoH, taomufdibtQ, atQosor. N, h, cbSSFPC."
  185. "The person whose income is derived entirely from the sale of personal services is no less a merchant than the man who sells commodities, and it might well be added, such a person is subject to EXACTLY THE SAME RULES of conduct as the merchant who sells merchandise."
    "Tpwiideftsopsinlamttmwsc, aimwba, sapistETSRocatmwsm."
  186. The day of the “go-getter” has passed. He has been supplanted by the “go-giver.”
    Tdot “g-g” hp. Hhbsbt “g-g. ”
  187. "Before you can control conditions, you must first control yourself. Self-mastery is the hardest job you will ever tackle. If you do not conquer self, you will be conquered by self. You may see at one and the same time both your best friend and your greatest enemy, by stepping in front of a mirror."
    "Byccc, ymfcy. S-mithjywet. Iydncs, ywbcbs. Ymsaoatstbybfayge, bsifoam."
  188. "Most of us go through life as failures, because we are waiting for the “time to be right” to start doing something worthwhile. Do not wait. The time will never be “just right.” Start where you stand, and work with whatever tools you may have at your command, and better tools will be found as you go along."
    "Mougtlaf, bwawft “ttbr” tsdsw. Dnw. Ttwnb “jr. ” Swys, awwwtymhayc, abtwbfayga."
  189. "There is no substitute for PERSISTENCE. The person who makes PERSISTENCE his watch-word, discovers that “Old Man Failure” finally becomes tired, and makes his departure. Failure cannot cope with PERSISTENCE."
    "TinsfP. TpwmPhw-w, dt “OMF” fbt, amhd. FccwP."
  190. "Success comes through the application of POWER, and power is attained through the cooperative efforts of other people."
    "ScttaoP, apiattceoop."
  191. "Men who succeed reach decisions promptly, and change them, if at all, very slowly. Men who fail, reach decisions, if at all, very slowly, and change them frequently, and quickly."
    "Mwsrdp, act, iaa, vs. Mwf, rd, iaa, vs, actf, aq."
  192. "The person who takes no chances, generally has to take whatever is left when others are through choosing. Over-caution is as bad as under-caution. Both are extremes to be guarded against. Life itself is filled with the element of chance."
    "Tpwtnc, ghttwilwoatc. O-ciabau-c. Baetbga. Liifwteoc."
  193. No man can succeed in a line of endeavor which he does not like. The most essential step in the marketing of personal services is that of selecting an occupation into which you can throw yourself wholeheartedly.
    Nmcsialoewhdnl. Tmesitmopsitosaoiwyctyw.
  194. The “jack-of-all- trades” seldom is good at any. Concentrate all of your efforts on one DEFINITE CHIEF AIM.
    T “j-o-a- t” sigaa. CaoyeooDCA.
  195. Form the habit of systematic saving by putting aside a definite percentage of your income. Money in the bank gives one a very safe foundation of COURAGE when bargaining for the sale of personal services.
    Fthossbpaadpoyi. MitbgoavsfoCwbftsops.
  196. "Enthusiasm is contagious, and the person who has it, under control, is generally welcome in any group of people."
    "Eic, atpwhi, uc, igwiagop."
  197. "More people lose their positions and their big opportunities in life, because of this fault, than for all other reasons combined."
    "Mpltpatboil, botf, tfaorc."
  198. It is one thing to WANT money—everyone wants more— but it is something entirely different to be WORTH MORE! Many people mistake their WANTS for their JUST DUES. Your financial requirements or wants have nothing whatever to do with your WORTH. Your value is established entirely by your ability to render useful service or your capacity to induce others to render such service.
    IiottWmwmbiisedtbWM! MpmtWftJD. YfrowhnwtdwyW. Yvieebyatrusoyctiotrss.
  199. Have I attained the goal which I established as my objective for this year? (You should work with a definite yearly objective to be attained as a part of your major life objective).
    HIatgwIeamofty? (Yswwadyotbaaapoymlo) .
  200. "Have I delivered service of the best possible QUALITY of which I was capable, or could I have improved any part of this service?"
    "HIdsotbpQowIwc, ocIhiapots?"
  201. Have I delivered service in the greatest possible QUANTITY of which I was capable?
    HIdsitgpQowIwc?
  202. "Has the spirit of my conduct been harmonious, and cooperative at all times? "
    "Htsomcbh, acaat? "
  203. "Have I permitted the habit of PROCRASTINATION to decrease my efficiency, and if so, to what extent?"
    "HIpthoPtdme, ais, twe?"
  204. "Have I improved my PERSONALITY, and if so, in what ways?"
    "HIimP, ais, iww?"
  205. Have I been PERSISTENT in following my plans through to completion?
    HIbPifmpttc?
  206. Have I reached DECISIONS PROMPTLY AND DEFINITELY on all occasions?
    HIrDPADoao?
  207. Have I permitted any one or more of the six basic fears to decrease my efficiency?
    HIpaoomotsbftdme?
  208. "Have I been either “over-cautious,” or “under-cautious?”"
    "HIbe “o-c, ” o “u-c? ”"
  209. "Has my relationship with my associates in work been pleasant, or unpleasant? If it has been unpleasant, has the fault been partly, or wholly mine?"
    "Hmrwmaiwbp, ou? Iihbu, htfbp, owm?"
  210. Have I dissipated any of my energy through lack of CONCENTRATION of effort?
    HIdaometloCoe?
  211. Have I been open minded and tolerant in connection with all subjects?
    HIbomaticwas?
  212. In what way have I improved my ability to render service?
    IwwhIimatrs?
  213. Have I been intemperate in any of my habits?
    HIbiiaomh?
  214. "Have I expressed, either openly or secretly, any form of EGOTISM?"
    "HIe, eoos, afoE?"
  215. Has my conduct toward my associates been such that it has induced them to RESPECT me?
    HmctmabstihittRm?
  216. "Have my opinions and DECISIONS been based upon guesswork, or accuracy of analysis and THOUGHT?"
    "HmoaDbbug, oaoaaT?"
  217. "Have I followed the habit of budgeting my time, my expenses, and my income, and have I been conservative in these budgets?"
    "HIfthobmt, me, ami, ahIbcitb?"
  218. How much time have I devoted to UNPROFITABLE effort which I might have used to better advantage?
    HmthIdtUewImhutba?
  219. "How may I RE-BUDGET my time, and change my habits so I will be more efficient during the coming year?"
    "HmIR-Bmt, acmhsIwbmedtcy?"
  220. Have I been guilty of any conduct which was not approved by my conscience?
    HIbgoacwwnabmc?
  221. In what ways have I rendered MORE SERVICE AND BETTER SERVICE than I was paid to render?
    IwwhIrMSABStIwptr?
  222. "Have I been unfair to anyone, and if so, in what way?"
    "HIbuta, ais, iww?"
  223. "If I had been the purchaser of my own services for the year, would I be satisfied with my purchase?"
    "IIhbtpomosfty, wIbswmp?"
  224. "Am I in the right vocation, and if not, why not?"
    "AIitrv, ain, wn?"
  225. "Has the purchaser of my services been satisfied with the service I have rendered, and if not, why not?"
    "HtpomsbswtsIhr, ain, wn?"
  226. "What is my present rating on the fundamental principles of success? (Make this rating fairly, and frankly, and have it checked by someone who is courageous enough to do it accurately)."
    "Wimprotfpos? (Mtrf, af, ahicbswicetdia) ."
  227. "CAPITAL consists not alone of money, but more particularly of highly organized, intelligent groups of men who plan ways and means of using money efficiently for the good of the public, and profitably to themselves."
    "Ccnaom, bmpoho, igomwpwamoumeftgotp, aptt."
  228. "Stated briefly, the capitalists are the brains of civilization, because they supply the entire fabric of which all education, enlightenment and human progress consists."
    "Sb, tcatboc, btstefowae, eahpc."
  229. "Money, without brains, always is dangerous. Properly used, it is the most important essential of civilization."
    "M, wb, aid. Pu, iitmieoc."
  230. "Steam ships and railroads do not spring up from the earth and function automatically. They come in response to the call of civilization, through the labor and ingenuity and organizing ability of men and women who have IMAGINATION, FAITH, ENTHUSIASM, DECISION, PERSISTENCE!"
    "Ssardnsufteafa. Tcirttcoc, ttlaiaoaomawwhI, F, E, D, P!"
  231. "Capitalists are motivated by the desire to build, construct, achieve, render useful service, earn profits and accumulate riches. And, because they RENDER SERVICE WITHOUT WHICH THERE WOULD BE NO CIVILIZATION, they put themselves in the way of great riches."
    "Cambtdtb, c, a, rus, epaar. A, btRSWWTWBNC, tptitwogr."
  232. "All who seek riches must recognize and adapt themselves to the system that controls all approaches to fortunes, large or small."
    "Awsrmraatttstcaatf, los."
  233. "There is but one dependable method of accumulating, and legally holding riches, and that is by rendering useful service. No system has ever been created by which men can legally acquire riches through mere force of numbers, or without giving in return an equivalent value of one form or another."
    "Tibodmoa, alhr, atibrus. Nshebcbwmclartmfon, owgiraevoofoa."
  234. "ACCURATE analysis of over 25,000 men and women who had experienced failure, disclosed the fact that LACK OF DECISION was near the head of the list of the 30 major causes of FAILURE. This is no mere statement of a theory—it is a fact."
    "Aaoo2,0mawwhef, dtftLODwnthotlot3mcoF. Tinmsoatiaf."
  235. "PROCRASTINATION, the opposite of DECISION, is a common enemy which practically every man must conquer."
    "P, tooD, iacewpemmc."
  236. "Analysis of several hundred people who had accumulated fortunes well beyond the million dollar mark, disclosed the fact that every one of them had the habit of REACHING DECISIONS PROMPTLY, and of changing these decisions SLOWLY, if, and when they were changed. "
    "Aoshpwhafwbtmdm, dtfteooththoRDP, aoctdS, i, awtwc. "
  237. "People who fail to accumulate money, without exception, have the habit of reaching decisions, IF AT ALL, very slowly, and of changing these decisions quickly and often."
    "Pwftam, we, hthord, IAA, vs, aoctdqao."
  238. "The majority of people who fail to accumulate money sufficient for their needs, are, generally, easily influenced by the “opinions” of others."
    "Tmopwftamsftn, a, g, eibt “o” oo."
  239. "If you are influenced by “opinions” when you reach DECISIONS, you will not succeed in any undertaking, much less in that of transforming YOUR OWN DESIRE into money."
    "Iyaib “o” wyrD, ywnsiau, mlitotYODim."
  240. "Keep your own counsel, when you begin to put into practice the principles described here, by reaching your own decisions and following them."
    "Kyoc, wybtpiptpdh, bryodaft."
  241. "Take no one into your confidence, EXCEPT the members of your “Master Mind” group, and be very sure in your selection of this group, that you choose ONLY those who will be in COMPLETE SYMPATHY AND HARMONY WITH YOUR PURPOSE."
    "Tnoiyc, Etmoy “MM” g, abvsiysotg, tycOtwwbiCSAHWYP."
  242. "You have a brain and mind of your own. USE IT, and reach your own decisions. If you need facts or information from other people, to enable you to reach decisions, as you probably will in many instances; acquire these facts or secure the information you need quietly, without disclosing your purpose."
    "Yhabamoyo. UI, aryod. Iynfoifop, teytrd, aypwimiatfostiynq, wdyp."
  243. "“TELL THE WORLD WHAT YOU INTEND TO DO, BUT FIRST SHOW IT.”"
    " TTWWYITD, BFSI. ”"
  244. "“Deeds, and not words, are what count most.”"
    " D, anw, awcm. ”"
  245. "Thought, backed by strong DESIRE, has a tendency to transform itself into its physical equivalent."
    "T, bbsD, hatttiiipe."
  246. "In your search for the secret of the method, do not look for a miracle, because you will not find it. You will find only the eternal laws of Nature. These laws are available to every person who has the FAITH and the COURAGE to use them. They may be used to bring freedom to a nation, or to accumulate riches. There is no charge save the time necessary to understand and appropriate them."
    "Iysftsotm, dnlfam, bywnfi. YwfoteloN. TlaatepwhtFatCtut. Tmbutbftan, otar. Tincsttntuaat."
  247. "Those who reach DECISIONS promptly and definitely, know what they want, and generally get it."
    "TwrDpad, kwtw, aggi."
  248. "The leaders in every walk of life DECIDE quickly, and firmly. That is the major reason why they are leaders."
    "TliewolDq, af. Titmrwtal."
  249. The world has the habit of making room for the man whose words and actions show that he knows where he is going.
    Twhthomrftmwwaasthkwhig.
  250. "Ninety-eight out of every hundred people working for wages today, are in the positions they hold, because they lacked the DEFINITENESS OF DECISION to PLAN A DEFINITE POSITION, and the knowledge of how to choose an employer."
    "N-eooehpwfwt, aitpth, btltDODtPADP, atkohtcae."
  251. PERSISTENCE IS THE SUSTAINED EFFORT NECESSARY TO INDUCE FAITH
    PITSENTIF
  252. PERSISTENCE is an essential factor in the procedure of transforming DESIRE into its monetary equivalent.
    PiaefitpotDiime.
  253. The basis of persistence is the POWER OF WILL.
    TbopitPOW.
  254. "Will-power and desire, when properly combined, make an irresistible pair."
    "W-pad, wpc, maip."
  255. "There may be no heroic connotation to the word “persistence,” but the quality is to the character of man what carbon is to steel."
    "Tmbnhcttw “p, ” btqittcomwcits."
  256. "The building of a fortune, generally, involves the application of the entire thirteen factors of this philosophy. These principles must be understood, they must be applied with PERSISTENCE by all who accumulate money."
    "Tboaf, g, itaotetfotp. Tpmbu, tmbawPbawam."
  257. "If you are following this book with the intention of applying the knowledge it conveys, your first test as to your PERSISTENCE will come when you begin to follow the six steps described in the second chapter. "
    "Iyaftbwtioatkic, yftatyPwcwybtftssditsc. "
  258. Lack of persistence is one of the major causes of failure.
    Lopiootmcof.
  259. The ease with which lack of persistence may be conquered will depend entirely upon the INTENSITY OF ONE’S DESIRE.
    TewwlopmbcwdeutIOOD.
  260. "Weak desires bring weak results, just as a small amount of fire makes a small amount of heat. If you find yourself lacking in persistence, this weakness may be remedied by building a stronger fire under your desires."
    "Wdbwr, jaasaofmasaoh. Iyfylip, twmbrbbasfuyd."
  261. "Start immediately to carry out the instructions given in connection with the six steps. The eagerness with which you follow these instructions will indicate clearly, how much, or how little you really DESIRE to accumulate money. If you find that you are indifferent, you may be sure that you have not yet acquired the “money consciousness” which you must possess, before you can be sure of accumulating a fortune."
    "Sitcotigicwtss. Tewwyftiwic, hm, ohlyrDtam. Iyftyai, ymbstyhnyat “mc” wymp, bycbsoaaf."
  262. "Fortunes gravitate to men whose minds have been prepared to “attract” them, just as surely as water gravitates to the ocean."
    "Fgtmwmhbpt “a” t, jasawgtto."
  263. "If you find you are weak in PERSISTENCE, center your attention upon the instructions contained in the chapter on “Power”; surround yourself with a “MASTER MIND” group, and through the cooperative efforts of the members of this group, you can develop persistence."
    "IyfyawiP, cyauticitco “P”;sywa “MM” g, attceotmotg, ycdp."
  264. "Your subconscious mind works continuously, while you are awake, and while you are asleep."
    "Ysmwc, wyaa, awyaa."
  265. "Spasmodic, or occasional effort to apply the rules will be of no value to you. To get RESULTS, you must apply all of the rules until their application becomes a fixed habit with you. In no other way can you develop the necessary “money consciousness.”"
    "S, ooetatrwbonvty. TgR, ymaaotrutabafhwy. Inowcydtn “mc. ”"
  266. "POVERTY is attracted to the one whose mind is favorable to it, as money is attracted to him whose mind has been deliberately prepared to attract it, and through the same laws."
    "Piattowmifti, amiathwmhbdptai, attsl."
  267. POVERTY CONSCIOUSNESS WILL VOLUNTARILY SEIZE THE MIND WHICH IS NOT OCCUPIED WITH THE MONEY CONSCIOUSNESS.
    PCWVSTMWINOWTMC.
  268. A poverty consciousness develops without conscious application of habits favorable to it.
    Apcdwcaohfti.
  269. "The money consciousness must be created to order, unless one is born with such a consciousness."
    "Tmcmbcto, uoibwsac."
  270. Those who have cultivated the HABIT of persistence seem to enjoy insurance against failure.
    TwhctHopsteiaf.
  271. "If one does not possess PERSISTENCE, one does not achieve noteworthy success in any calling."
    "IodnpP, odnansiac."
  272. "Persistence is a state of mind, therefore it can be cultivated. Like all states of mind, persistence is based upon definite causes."
    "Piasom, ticbc. Lasom, pibudc."
  273. "DEFINITENESS OF PURPOSE. Knowing what one wants is the first and, perhaps, the most important step toward the development of persistence. A strong motive forces one to surmount many difficulties."
    "DOP. Kwowitfa, p, tmisttdop. Asmfotsmd."
  274. DESIRE. It is comparatively easy to acquire and to maintain persistence in pursuing the object of intense desire.
    D. Iicetaatmpiptooid.
  275. SELF-RELIANCE. Belief in one’s ability to carry out a plan encourages one to follow the plan through with persistence.
    S-R. Bioatcoapeotftptwp.
  276. "DEFINITENESS OF PLANS. Organized plans, even though they may be weak and entirely impractical, encourage persistence."
    "DOP. Op, ettmbwaei, ep."
  277. "ACCURATE KNOWLEDGE. Knowing that one’s plans are sound, based upon experience or observation, encourages persistence; “guessing” instead of “knowing” destroys persistence."
    "AK. Ktopas, bueoo, ep “g” io “k” dp."
  278. "CO-OPERATION. Sympathy, understanding, and harmonious cooperation with others tend to develop persistence."
    "C-O. S, u, ahcwottdp."
  279. "WILL-POWER. The habit of concentrating one’s thoughts upon the building of plans for the attainment of a definite purpose, leads to persistence."
    "W-P. Thocotutbopftaoadp, ltp."
  280. HABIT. Persistence is the direct result of habit. The mind absorbs and becomes a part of the daily experiences upon which it feeds.
    H. Pitdroh. Tmaabapotdeuwif.
  281. "Fear, the worst of all enemies, can be effectively cured by forced repetition of acts of courage."
    "F, twoae, cbecbfroaoc."
  282. ORGANIZED PLANS must be placed in writing where they may be analyzed.
    OPmbpiwwtmba.
  283. "MOST IDEAS ARE STILL-BORN, AND NEED THE BREATH OF LIFE INJECTED INTO THEM THROUGH DEFINITE PLANS OF IMMEDIATE ACTION."
    "MIAS-B, ANTBOLIITTDPOIA."
  284. " The time to nurse an idea is at the time of its birth. Every minute it lives, gives it a better chance of surviving."
    " ttnaiiattoib. Emil, giabcos."
  285. The FEAR OF CRITICISM is at the bottom of the destruction of most ideas which never reach the PLANNING and ACTION stage.
    TFOCiatbotdomiwnrtPaAs.
  286. "Many people believe that material success is the result of favorable “breaks.” There is an element of ground for the belief, but those depending entirely upon luck, are nearly always disappointed, because they overlook another important factor which must be present before one can be sure of success. It is the knowledge with which favorable “breaks” can be made to order."
    "Mpbtmsitrof “b. ” Tiaeogftb, btdeul, anad, btoaifwmbpbocbsos. Iitkwwf “b” cbmto."
  287. The only “break” anyone can afford to rely upon is a self-made “break.” These come through the application of PERSISTENCE. The starting point is DEFINITENESS OF PURPOSE.
    To “b” acatruias-m “b. ” TcttaoP. TspiDOP.
  288. "Examine the first hundred people you meet, ask them what they want most in life, and ninety eight of them will not be able to tell you."
    "Etfhpym, atwtwmil, aneotwnbatty."
  289. "Riches do not respond to wishes. They respond only to definite plans, backed by definite desires, through constant PERSISTENCE."
    "Rdnrtw. Trotdp, bbdd, tcP."
  290. Persistence - Step 1: A DEFINITE PURPOSE BACKED BY BURNING DESIRE FOR ITS FULFILLMENT.
    P - S1 ADPBBBDFIF.
  291. "Persistence - Step 2: A DEFINITE PLAN, EXPRESSED IN CONTINUOUS ACTION."
    "P - S2 ADP, EICA."
  292. "Persistence - Step 3: A MIND CLOSED TIGHTLY AGAINST ALL NEGATIVE AND DISCOURAGING INFLUENCES, including negative suggestions of relatives, friends and acquaintances."
    "P - S3 AMCTAANADI, insor, faa."
  293. Persistence - Step 4: A FRIENDLY ALLIANCE WITH ONE OR MORE PERSONS WHO WILL ENCOURAGE ONE TO FOLLOW THROUGH WITH BOTH PLAN AND PURPOSE.
    P - S4 AFAWOOMPWWEOTFTWBPAP.
  294. "I had the happy privilege of analyzing both Mr. Edison and Mr. Ford, year by year, over a long period of years, and therefore, the opportunity to study them at close range, so I speak from actual knowledge when I say that I found no quality save PERSISTENCE, in either of them, that even remotely suggested the major source of their stupendous achievements."
    "IhthpoabM. EaM. F, yby, oalpoy, at, totstacr, sIsfakwIstIfnqsP, ieot, terstmsotsa."
  295. POWER is essential for success in the accumulation of money.
    Piefsitaom.
  296. "PLANS are inert and useless, without sufficient POWER to translate them into ACTION."
    "Paiau, wsPtttiA."
  297. POWER may be defined as “organized and intelligently directed KNOWLEDGE.”
    Pmbda “oaidK. ”
  298. "Power, as the term is here used, refers to ORGANIZED effort, sufficient to enable an individual to transform DESIRE into its monetary equivalent."
    "P, attihu, rtOe, steaittDiime."
  299. "ORGANIZED effort is produced through the coordination of effort of two or more people, who work toward a DEFINITE end, in a spirit of harmony."
    "Oeipttcoeotomp, wwtaDe, iasoh."
  300. POWER IS REQUIRED FOR THE ACCUMULATION OF MONEY! POWER IS NECESSARY FOR THE RETENTION OF MONEY AFTER IT HAS BEEN ACCUMULATED!
    PIRFTAOM! PINFTROMAIHBA!
  301. "Sources of knowledge: Infinite Intelligence, Accumulated Experience, and Experiment and Research."
    "Sok II, AE, aEaR."
  302. Knowledge may be converted into POWER by organizing it into definite PLANS and by expressing those plans in terms of ACTION.
    KmbciPboiidPabetpitoA.
  303. "Examination of the three major sources of knowledge will readily disclose the difficulty an individual would have, if he depended upon his efforts alone, in assembling knowledge and expressing it through definite plans in terms of ACTION."
    "Eottmsokwrdtdaiwh, ihduhea, iakaeitdpitoA."
  304. "If his plans are comprehensive, and if they contemplate large proportions, he must, generally, induce others to cooperate with him, before he can inject into them the necessary element of POWER."
    "Ihpac, aitclp, hm, g, iotcwh, bhciittneoP."
  305. "The “Master Mind” may be defined as: “Coordination of knowledge and effort, in a spirit of harmony, between two or more people, for the attainment of a definite purpose.”"
    "T “MM” mbda “Cokae, iasoh, btomp, ftaoadp. ”"
  306. No individual may have great power without availing himself of the “Master Mind.”
    Nimhgpwahot “MM. ”
  307. "Economic advantages may be created by any person who surrounds himself with the advice, counsel, and personal cooperation of a group of men who are willing to lend him wholehearted aid, in a spirit of PERFECT HARMONY. This form of cooperative alliance has been the basis of nearly every great fortune. Your understanding of this great truth may definitely determine your financial status."
    "Eambcbapwshwta, c, apcoagomwawtlhwa, iasoPH. Tfocahbtbonegf. Yuotgtmddyfs."
  308. "“No two minds ever come together without, thereby, creating a third, invisible, intangible force which may be likened to a third mind.”"
    " Ntmectw, t, cat, i, ifwmbltatm. ”"
  309. "The human mind is a form of energy, a part of it being spiritual in nature. When the minds of two people are coordinated in a SPIRIT OF HARMONY, the spiritual units of energy of each mind form an affinity, which constitutes the “psychic” phase of the Master Mind."
    "Thmiafoe, apoibsin. WtmotpaciaSOH, tsuoeoemfaa, wct “p” potMM."
  310. "Analyze the record of any man who has accumulated a great fortune, and many of those who have accumulated modest fortunes, and you will find that they have either consciously, or unconsciously employed the “Master Mind” principle."
    "Atroamwhaagf, amotwhamf, aywftthec, ouet “MM” p."
  311. "ENERGY is Nature’s universal set of building blocks, out of which she constructs every material thing in the universe, including man, and every form of animal and vegetable life. Through a process which only Nature completely understands, she translates energy into matter."
    "EiNusobb, oowscemtitu, im, aefoaavl. TapwoNcu, steim."
  312. "Nature’s building blocks are available to man, in the energy involved in THINKING! Man’s brain may be compared to an electric battery. It absorbs energy from the ether, which permeates every atom of matter, and fills the entire universe."
    "Nbbaatm, iteiiT! Mbmbctaeb. Iaefte, wpeaom, afteu."
  313. "A group of brains coordinated (or connected) in a spirit of harmony, will provide more thought-energy than a single brain, just as a group of electric batteries will provide more energy than a single battery."
    "Agobc (oc) iasoh, wpmt-etasb, jaagoebwpmetasb."
  314. The Master Mind principle holds the secret of the POWER wielded by men who surround themselves with other men of brains.
    TMMphtsotPwbmwstwomob.
  315. "When a group of individual brains are coordinated and function in Harmony, the increased energy created through that alliance, becomes available to every individual brain in the group."
    "WagoibacafiH, tiectta, bateibitg."
  316. "When two or more people coordinate in a spirit of HARMONY, and work toward a definite objective, they place themselves in position, through that alliance, to absorb power directly from the great universal storehouse of Infinite Intelligence."
    "WtompciasoH, awtado, tptip, tta, tapdftgusoII."
  317. "When money comes in quantities known as “the big money,” it flows to the one who accumulates it, as easily as water flows down hill."
    "Wmciqka “tbm, ” ifttowai, aeawfdh."
  318. "There exists a great unseen stream of POWER, which may be compared to a river; except that one side flows in one direction, carrying all who get into that side of the stream, onward and upward to WEALTH—and the other side flows in the opposite direction, carrying all who are unfortunate enough to get into it (and not able to extricate themselves from it), downward to misery and POVERTY."
    "TeagusoP, wmbctaretosfiod, cawgitsots, oautWtosfitod, cawauetgii (anatetfi) , dtmaP."
  319. "Every man who has accumulated a great fortune, has recognized the existence of this stream of life. It consists of one’s THINKING PROCESS. The positive emotions of thought form the side of the stream which carries one to fortune. The negative emotions form the side which carries one down to poverty."
    "Emwhaagf, hrteotsol. IcooTP. Tpeotftsotswcotf. Tneftswcodtp."
  320. "When riches take the place of poverty, the change is usually brought about through well conceived and carefully executed PLANS."
    "Wrttpop, tciubatwcaceP."
  321. "Poverty needs no plan. It needs no one to aid it, because it is bold and ruthless. Riches are shy and timid. They have to be “attracted.”"
    "Pnnp. Innotai, biibar. Rasat. Thtb “a. ”"
  322. "ANYBODY can WISH for riches, and most people do, but only a few know that a definite plan, plus a BURNING DESIRE for wealth, are the only dependable means of accumulating wealth."
    "AcWfr, ampd, boafktadp, paBDfw, atodmoaw."
  323. "The meaning of the word “transmute” is, in simple language, “the changing, or transferring of one element, or form of energy, into another.”"
    "Tmotw “t” i, isl, “tc, otooe, ofoe, ia. ”"
  324. "A definition of a genius is, “a man who has discovered how to increase the vibrations of thought to the point where he can freely communicate with sources of knowledge not available through the ordinary rate of vibration of thought.”"
    "Adoagi, “amwhdhtitvotttpwhcfcwsoknattorovot. ”"
  325. "This sixth sense is “Creative Imagination.” Those who use this creative imagination voluntarily, and with understanding of its functions, are GENIUSES."
    "Tssi “CI. ” Twutciv, awuoif, aG."
  326. The faculty of creative imagination is the direct link between the finite mind of man and Infinite Intelligence.
    TfociitdlbtfmomaII.
  327. "Sources of hunches: 1. Infinite Intelligence, 2. One’s subconscious mind, wherein is stored every sense impression and thought impulse which ever reached the brain through any of the five senses, 3. From the mind of some other person who has just released the thought, or picture of the idea or concept, through conscious thought, or 4. From the other person’s subconscious storehouse."
    "Soh 1. II, 2. Osm, wisesiatiwertbtaotfs, 3. Ftmosopwhjrtt, opotioc, tct, o 4. Ftopss."
  328. The creative imagination functions best when the mind is vibrating (due to some form of mind stimulation) at an exceedingly high rate.
    Tcifbwtmiv (dtsfoms) aaehr.
  329. That which is known as one’s conscience operates entirely through the faculty of the sixth sense.
    Twikaocoettfotss.
  330. "The great artists, writers, musicians, and poets become great, because they acquire the habit of relying upon the “still small voice” which speaks from within, through the faculty of creative imagination. It is a fact well known to people who have “keen” imaginations that their best ideas come through so-called “hunches.”"
    "Tga, w, m, apbg, btathorut “ssv” wsfw, ttfoci. Iiafwktpwh “k” ittbicts-c “h. ”"
  331. "The reasoning faculty is often faulty, because it is largely guided by one’s accumulated experience. Not all knowledge, which one accumulates through “experience,” is accurate."
    "Trfiof, biilgboae. Nak, woat “e, ” ia."
  332. "Ideas received through the creative faculty are much more reliable, for the reason that they come from sources more reliable than any which are available to the reasoning faculty of the mind."
    "Irttcfammr, ftrttcfsmrtawaattrfotm."
  333. "The scientific inventor (such as Mr. Edison, and Dr. Gates), makes use of both the synthetic and the creative faculties of imagination."
    "Tsi (saM. E, aD. G) , muobtsatcfoi."
  334. "The scientific inventor STIMULATES HIS MIND SO THAT IT VIBRATES ON A HIGHER-THAN-AVERAGE PLANE, using one or more of the mind stimulants."
    "TsiSHMSTIVOAH-T-AP, uoomotms."
  335. "The scientific inventor CONCENTRATES upon the known factors (the finished part) of his invention, and creates in his mind a perfect picture of unknown factors (the unfinished part), of his invention. He holds this picture in mind until it has been taken over by the subconscious mind, then relaxes by clearing his mind of ALL thought, and waits for his answer to “flash” into his mind."
    "TsiCutkf (tfp) ohi, acihmappouf (tup) , ohi. Hhtpimuihbtobtsm, trbchmoAt, awfhat “f” ihm."
  336. "Man attains to the status of a genius ONLY when, and IF, he stimulates his mind so that it draws upon the forces available, through the creative faculty of the imagination."
    "MattsoagOw, aI, hshmstidutfa, ttcfoti."
  337. "A mind stimulant is any influence which will either temporarily, or permanently, increase the vibrations of thought."
    "Amsiaiwwet, op, itvot."
  338. "When employing salesmen, the more capable sales manager looks for the quality of personal magnetism as the first requirement of a salesman."
    "Wes, tmcsmlftqopmatfroas."
  339. "People who lack creative energy will never become enthusiastic nor inspire others with enthusiasm, and enthusiasm is one of the most important requisites in salesmanship, no matter what one is selling."
    "Pwlcewnbeniowe, aeiootmiris, nmwois."
  340. "The public speaker, orator, preacher, lawyer, or salesman who is lacking in creative energy is a “flop,” as far as being able to influence others is concerned."
    "Tps, o, p, l, oswiliceia “f, ” afabatioic."
  341. "Master salesmen attain the status of mastery in selling, because they, either consciously, or unconsciously, transmute creative energy into SALES ENTHUSIASM!"
    "Msatsomis, bt, ec, ou, tceiSE!"
  342. The emotions are states of mind. Nature has provided man with a “chemistry of the mind” which operates in a manner similar to the principles of chemistry of matter.
    Teasom. Nhpmwa “cotm” woiamsttpocom.
  343. "Control of the mind, through the power of will, is not difficult. Control comes from persistence, and habit. The secret of control lies in understanding the process of transmutation. When any negative emotion presents itself in one’s mind, it can be transmuted into a positive, or constructive emotion, by the simple procedure of changing one’s thoughts."
    "Cotm, ttpow, ind. Ccfp, ah. Tsocliutpot. Wanepiiom, icbtiap, oce, btspocot."
  344. THERE IS NO OTHER ROAD TO GENIUS THAN THROUGH VOLUNTARY SELF EFFORT!
    TINORTGTTVSE!
  345. "Memories of love never pass. They linger, guide, and influence long after the source of stimulation has faded."
    "Molnp. Tl, g, ailatsoshf."
  346. Even the memories of love are sufficient to lift one to a higher plane of creative effort.
    Etmolastlotahpoce.
  347. "Go back into your yesterdays, at times, and bathe your mind in the beautiful memories of past love. It will soften the influence of the present worries and annoyances."
    "Gbiyy, at, abymitbmopl. Iwstiotpwaa."
  348. "Love is, without question, life’s greatest experience. It brings one into communion with Infinite Intelligence."
    "Li, wq, lge. IboicwII."
  349. "THE SUBCONSCIOUS MIND consists of a field of consciousness, in which every impulse of thought that reaches the objective mind through any of the five senses, is classified and recorded, and from which thoughts may be recalled or withdrawn as letters may be taken from a filing cabinet."
    "TSMcoafoc, iweiottrtomtaotfs, icar, afwtmbrowalmbtfafc."
  350. "You may VOLUNTARILY plant in your subconscious mind any plan, thought, or purpose which you desire to translate into its physical or monetary equivalent."
    "YmVpiysmap, t, opwydttiipome."
  351. "The subconscious acts first on the dominating desires which have been mixed with emotional feeling, such as faith."
    "Tsafotddwhbmwef, saf."
  352. THE SUBCONSCIOUS MIND WORKS DAY AND NIGHT.
    TSMWDAN.
  353. "Through a method of procedure, unknown to man, the subconscious mind draws upon the forces of Infinite Intelligence for the power with which it voluntarily transforms one’s desires into their physical equivalent, making use, always of the most practical media by which this end may be accomplished."
    "Tamop, utm, tsmdutfoIIftpwwivtoditpe, mu, aotmpmbwtemba."
  354. "You cannot entirely control your subconscious mind, but you can voluntarily hand over to it any plan, desire, or purpose which you wish transformed into concrete form."
    "Ycecysm, bycvhotiap, d, opwywticf."
  355. The subconscious mind is the connecting link between the finite mind of man and Infinite Intelligence. It is the intermediary through which one may draw upon the forces of Infinite Intelligence at will.
    TsmitclbtfmomaII. IititwomdutfoIIaw.
  356. The subconscious mind alone contains the secret process by which mental impulses are modified and changed into their spiritual equivalent.
    Tsmactspbwmiamacitse.
  357. The subconscious mind alone is the medium through which prayer may be transmitted to the source capable of answering prayer.
    Tsmaitmtwpmbtttscoap.
  358. The subconscious mind is the medium of communication between the thinking mind of man and Infinite Intelligence.
    TsmitmocbttmomaII.
  359. The subconscious mind is medium for transforming your DESIRES into their physical or monetary equivalent.
    TsmimftyDitpome.
  360. "MAKE YOUR DESIRES CLEAR, AND TO REDUCE THEM TO WRITING."
    "MYDC, ATRTTW."
  361. "The thirteen principles are the stimuli with which you acquire the ability to reach, and to influence your subconscious mind."
    "Ttpatswwyatatr, atiysm."
  362. "The subconscious mind may be voluntarily directed only through habit, under the directions given in the chapter on FAITH."
    "Tsmmbvdoth, utdgitcoF."
  363. "The subconscious mind functions voluntarily, whether you make any effort to influence it or not."
    "Tsmfv, wymaetiion."
  364. "Thoughts of fear and poverty, and all negative thoughts serve as stimuli to your subconscious mind UNLESS you master these impulses and give it more desirable food upon which it may feed."
    "Tofap, aantsastysmUymtiagimdfuwimf."
  365. "The subconscious mind will not remain idle! If you fail to plant DESIRES in your subconscious mind, it will feed upon the thoughts which reach it as the result of your neglect."
    "Tsmwnri! IyftpDiysm, iwfuttwriatroyn."
  366. "You are living daily, in the midst of all manner of thought impulses which are reaching your subconscious mind, without your knowledge. Some of these impulses are negative, some are positive. You are now engaged in trying to help shut off the flow of negative impulses, and to aid in voluntarily influencing your subconscious mind, through positive impulses of DESIRE."
    "Yald, itmoamotiwarysm, wyk. Sotian, sap. Yaneitthsotfoni, ataiviysm, tpioD."
  367. "Everything which man creates, BEGINS in the form of a thought impulse. Man can create nothing which he does not first conceive in THOUGHT."
    "Ewmc, Bitfoati. MccnwhdnfciT."
  368. "Through the aid of the imagination, thought impulses may be assembled into plans. The imagination, when under control, may be used for the creation of plans or purposes that lead to success in one’s chosen occupation."
    "Ttaoti, timbaip. Ti, wuc, mbuftcopoptltsioco."
  369. "All thought impulses, intended for transmutation into their physical equivalent, voluntarily planted in the subconscious mind, must pass through the imagination, and be mixed with faith."
    "Ati, iftitpe, vpitsm, mptti, abmwf."
  370. "The “mixing” of faith with a plan, or purpose, intended for submission to the subconscious mind, may be done ONLY through the imagination."
    "T “m” ofwap, op, ifsttsm, mbdOtti."
  371. Voluntary use of the subconscious mind calls for coordination and application of all the principles.
    Vuotsmcfcaaoatp.
  372. "Thoughts which go out from one’s mind, also imbed themselves deeply in one’s subconscious mind, where they serve as a magnet, pattern, or blueprint by which the subconscious mind is influenced while translating them into their physical equivalent."
    "Twgofom, aitdiosm, wtsaam, p, obbwtsmiiwttitpe."
  373. "Thoughts are truly things, for the reason that every material thing begins in the form of thought-energy."
    "Tatt, ftrtemtbitfot-e."
  374. "The subconscious mind is more susceptible to influence by impulses of thought mixed with “feeling” or emotion, than by those originating solely in the reasoning portion of the mind."
    "Tsmimstibiotmw “f” oe, tbtositrpotm."
  375. ONLY emotionalized thoughts have any ACTION influence upon the subconscious mind.
    OethaAiutsm.
  376. "The negative emotions voluntarily inject themselves into the thought impulses, which insure passage into the subconscious mind. The positive emotions must be injected, through the principle of auto-suggestion, into the thought impulses which an individual wishes to pass on to his subconscious mind."
    "Tnevititti, wipitsm. Tpembi, ttpoa-s, ittiwaiwtpothsm."
  377. The subconscious mind understands best the language of emotion or feeling.
    Tsmubtloeof.
  378. "THE SEVEN MAJOR POSITIVE EMOTIONS 1. DESIRE, 2. FAITH, 3. LOVE, 4. SEX, 5. ENTHUSIASM, 6. ROMANCE, 7. HOPE"
    "TSMPE1. D,2. F,3. L,4. S,5. E,6. R,7. H"
  379. You are studying a book which is intended to help you develop a “money consciousness” by filling your mind with positive emotions. One does not become money conscious by filling one’s mind with negative emotions.
    Yasabwiithyda “mc” bfymwpe. Odnbmcbfomwne.
  380. "THE SEVEN MAJOR NEGATIVE EMOTIONS (To be avoided) 1. FEAR, 2. JEALOUSY 3. HATRED, 4. REVENGE, 5. GREED, 6. SUPERSTITION, 7. ANGER"
    "TSMNE(Tba)1.F,2.J3.H,4.R,5.G,6.S,7.A"
  381. Positive and negative emotions cannot occupy the mind at the same time. One or the other must dominate. It is your responsibility to make sure that positive emotions constitute the dominating influence of your mind.
    Panecotmatst. Ootomd. Iiyrtmstpectdioym.
  382. "Form the habit of applying and using the positive emotions! Eventually, they will dominate your mind so completely, that the negatives cannot enter it."
    "Fthoaautpe! E, twdymsc, ttncei."
  383. "If you pray for a thing, but have fear as you pray, that you may not receive it, or that your prayer will not be acted upon by Infinite Intelligence, your prayer will have been in vain."
    "Iypfat, bhfayp, tymnri, otypwnbaubII, ypwhbiv."
  384. "There are no toll-gates between the finite mind of man and Infinite Intelligence. The communication costs nothing except Patience, Faith, Persistence, Understanding, and a SINCERE DESIRE to communicate. Moreover, the approach can be made only by the individual himself. Paid prayers are worthless. Infinite Intelligence does no business by proxy. You either go direct, or you do not communicate."
    "Tant-gbtfmomaII. TccneP, F, P, U, aaSDtc. M, tacbmobtih. Ppaw. IIdnbbp. Yegd, oydnc."
  385. "Thoughts which you wish to communicate to Infinite Intelligence, must undergo transmutation, such as can be given only through your own subconscious mind."
    "TwywtctII, mut, sacbgotyosm."
  386. "The subconscious mind is the intermediary, which translates one’s prayers into terms which Infinite Intelligence can recognize, presents the message, and brings back the answer in the form of a definite plan or idea for procuring the object of the prayer."
    "Tsmiti, wtopitwIIcr, ptm, abbtaitfoadpoifptootp."
  387. "Before your prayer will reach Infinite Intelligence (a statement of the author’s theory only), it probably is transformed from its original thought vibration into terms of spiritual vibration. Faith is the only known agency which will give your thoughts a spiritual nature."
    "BypwrII (asotato) , ipitfiotvitosv. Fitokawwgytasn."
  388. Every human brain is both a broadcasting and receiving station for the vibration of thought.
    Ehbibabarsftvot.
  389. "Through the medium of the ether, in a fashion similar to that employed by the radio broadcasting principle, every human brain is capable of picking up vibrations of thought which are being released by other brains."
    "Ttmote, iafsttebtrbp, ehbicopuvotwabrbob."
  390. "The Creative Imagination is the “receiving set” of the brain, which receives thoughts, released by the brains of others."
    "TCIit “rs” otb, wrt, rbtboo."
  391. "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."
    "Ws, o “su” tahrov, tmbmrttvotwrittefos. T “su” ptpttpe, otne. Tte, tvotmbi."
  392. "Vibrations of an exceedingly high rate are the only vibrations picked up and carried, by the ether, from one brain to another. Thought is energy traveling at an exceedingly high rate of vibration."
    "Voaehratovpuac, bte, fobta. Tietaaehrov."
  393. "Thought, which has been modified or “stepped up” by any of the major emotions, vibrates at a much higher rate than ordinary thought, and it is this type of thought which passes from one brain to another, through the broadcasting machinery of the human brain."
    "T, whbmo “su” baotme, vaamhrtot, aiittotwpfobta, ttbmothb."
  394. "When the brain is vibrating at a rapid rate, it not only attracts thoughts and ideas released by other brains through the medium of the ether, but it gives to one’s own thoughts that “feeling” which is essential before those thoughts will be picked up and acted upon by one’s subconscious mind."
    "Wtbivaarr, inoatairbobttmote, bigtoott “f” wiebttwbpuaaubosm."
  395. "The broadcasting principle is the factor through which you mix feeling, or emotion with your thoughts and pass them on to your subconscious mind."
    "Tbpitftwymf, oewytaptotysm."
  396. "The subconscious mind is the “sending station” of the brain, through which vibrations of thought are broadcast. The Creative Imagination is the “receiving set,” through which the vibrations of thought are picked up from the ether."
    "Tsmit “ss” otb, twvotab. TCIit “rs, ” twtvotapufte."
  397. Auto-suggestion is the medium by which you may put into operation your “broadcasting” station.
    A-sitmbwympioy “b” s.
  398. "Operation of your mental “broadcasting” station is a comparatively simple procedure. You have but three principles to bear in mind, and to apply, when you wish to use your broadcasting station—the SUBCONSCIOUS MIND, CREATIVE IMAGINATION, and AUTO-SUGGESTION. The stimuli through which you put these three principles into action have been described—the procedure begins with DESIRE."
    "Ooym “b” siacsp. Yhbtptbim, ata, wywtuybsSM, CI, aA-S. TstwypttpiahbdpbwD."
  399. "The procedure is very simple. We sit down at a conference table, clearly state the nature of the problem we have under consideration, then begin discussing it. Each contributes whatever thoughts that may occur. The strange thing about this method of mind stimulation is that it places each participant in communication with unknown sources of knowledge definitely outside his own experience."
    "Tpivs. Wsdaact, cstnotpwhuc, tbdi. Ecwttmo. Tstatmomsitipepicwusokdohoe."
  400. "This method of mind stimulation, through harmonious discussion of definite subjects, between three people, illustrates the simplest and most practical use of the Master Mind."
    "Tmoms, thdods, btp, itsampuotMM."
  401. By adopting and following a similar plan any student of this philosophy may come into possession of the famous Carnegie formula briefly described in the introduction.
    BaafaspasotpmcipotfCfbditi.
  402. "THE “thirteenth” principle is known as the SIXTH SENSE, through which Infinite Intelligence may, and will communicate voluntarily, without any effort from, or demands by, the individual."
    "T “t” pikatSS, twIIm, awcv, waef, odb, ti."
  403. "The SIXTH SENSE is that portion of the subconscious mind which has been referred to as the Creative Imagination. It has also been referred to as the “receiving set” through which ideas, plans, and thoughts flash into the mind. The “flashes” are sometimes called “hunches” or “inspirations.”"
    "TSSitpotsmwhbrtatCI. Ihabrtat “rs” twi, p, atfitm. T “f” asc “h” o “i. ”"
  404. Understanding of the sixth sense comes only by meditation through mind development from within.
    Uotsscobmtmdfw.
  405. "The sixth sense probably is the medium of contact between the finite mind of man and Infinite Intelligence, and for this reason, it is a mixture of both the mental and the spiritual. It is believed to be the point at which the mind of man contacts the Universal Mind."
    "TsspitmocbtfmomaII, aftr, iiamobtmats. IibtbtpawtmomctUM."
  406. "Through the aid of the sixth sense, you will be warned of impending dangers in time to avoid them, and notified of opportunities in time to embrace them."
    "Ttaotss, ywbwoidittat, anooittet."
  407. "There comes to your aid, and to do your bidding, with the development of the sixth sense, a “guardian angel” who will open to you at all times the door to the Temple of Wisdom."
    "Tctya, atdyb, wtdotss, a “ga” wwotyaattdttToW."
  408. Nature never deviates from her established laws. Some of her laws are so incomprehensible that they produce what appear to be “miracles.”
    Nndfhel. Sohlasittpwatb “m. ”
  409. "Infinite Intelligence may, through the principles of this philosophy, be induced to aid in transforming DESIRES into concrete, or material form."
    "IIm, ttpotp, bitaitDic, omf."
  410. "All men have become what they are, because of their DOMINATING THOUGHTS AND DESIRES."
    "Amhbwta, botDTAD."
  411. Every deeply seated desire has the effect of causing one to seek outward expression through which that desire may be transformed into reality.
    Edsdhteocotsoetwtdmbtir.
  412. "Self-suggestion is a powerful factor in building character, that it is, in fact, the sole principle through which character is built."
    "S-siapfibc, tii, if, tsptwcib."
  413. "Somewhere in the cell-structure of the brain, is located an organ which receives vibrations of thought ordinarily called “hunches.” So far, science has not discovered where this organ of the sixth sense is located, but this is not important. The fact remains that human beings do receive accurate knowledge, through sources other than the physical senses."
    "Sitc-sotb, ilaowrvotoc “h. ” Sf, shndwtootssil, btini. Tfrthbdrak, tsottps."
  414. "The starting point of all achievement is DESIRE. The finishing point is that brand of KNOWLEDGE which leads to understanding— understanding of self, understanding of others, understanding of the laws of Nature, recognition and understanding of HAPPINESS."
    "TspoaaiD. TfpitboKwltuuos, uoo, uotloN, rauoH."
  415. "BEFORE you can put any portion of this philosophy into successful use, your mind must be prepared to receive it. The preparation is not difficult. It begins with study, analysis, and understanding of three enemies which you shall have to clear out. These are INDECISION, DOUBT, and FEAR!"
    "Bycpapotpisu, ymmbptri. Tpind. Ibws, a, auotewyshtco. TaI, D, aF!"
  416. "INDECISION is the seedling of FEAR! Remember this, as you read. Indecision crystallizes into DOUBT, the two blend and become FEAR! The “blending” process often is slow. This is one reason why these three enemies are so dangerous. They germinate and grow without their presence being observed."
    "IitsoF! Rt, ayr. IciD, ttbabF! T “b” pois. Tiorwtteasd. Tgagwtpbo."
  417. "The Six Basic Fears - 1. The fear of POVERTY, 2. The fear of CRITICISM, 3. The fear of ILL HEALTH, These first three fears are at the bottom of most of one’s worries., 4. The fear of LOSS OF LOVE OF SOMEONE, 5. The fear of OLD AGE, 6. The fear of DEATH"
    "TSBF-1.TfoP,2.TfoC,3.TfoIH,Tftfaatbomoow., 4TfoLOLOS, 5.TfoOA, 6.TfoD"
  418. Fears are nothing more than states of mind. One’s state of mind is subject to control and direction.
    Fanmtsom. Osomistcad.
  419. Man can create nothing which he does not first conceive in the form of an impulse of thought.
    Mccnwhdnfcitfoaiot.
  420. "MAN’S THOUGHT IMPULSES BEGIN IMMEDIATELY TO TRANSLATE THEMSELVES INTO THEIR PHYSICAL EQUIVALENT, WHETHER THOSE THOUGHTS ARE VOLUNTARY OR INVOLUNTARY."
    "MTIBITTTITPE, WTTAVOI."
  421. "Thought impulses which are picked up through the ether, by mere chance (thoughts which have been released by other minds) may determine one’s financial, business, professional, or social destiny just as surely as do the thought impulses which one creates by intent and design."
    "Tiwaputte, bmc (twhbrbom) mdof, b, p, osdjasadttiwocbiad."
  422. "This fact may be explained by the statement that every human being has the ability to completely control his own mind, and with this control, obviously, every person may open his mind to the tramp thought impulses which are being released by other brains, or close the doors tightly and admit only thought impulses of his own choice."
    "Tfmbebtstehbhtatcchom, awtc, o, epmohmttttiwabrbob, octdtaaotiohoc."
  423. "Nature has endowed man with absolute control over but one thing, and that is THOUGHT."
    "Nhemwacobot, atiT."
  424. "If it is true that ALL THOUGHT HAS A TENDENCY TO CLOTHE ITSELF IN ITS PHYSICAL EQUIVALENT, it is equally true that thought impulses of fear and poverty cannot be translated into terms of courage and financial gain."
    "IiittATHATTCIIIPE, iietttiofapcbtitocafg."
  425. "There can be no compromise between POVERTY and RICHES! The two roads that lead to poverty and riches travel in opposite directions. If you want riches, you must refuse to accept any circumstance that leads toward poverty."
    "TcbncbPaR! Ttrtltpartiod. Iywr, ymrtaactltp."
  426. "If you demand riches, determine what form, and how much will be required to satisfy you. You know the road that leads to riches. You have been given a road map which, if followed, will keep you on that road. If you neglect to make the start, or stop before you arrive, no one will be to blame, but YOU. This responsibility is yours."
    "Iydr, dwf, ahmwbrtsy. Yktrtltr. Yhbgarmw, if, wkyotr. Iyntmts, osbya, nowbtb, bY. Triy."
  427. "A state of mind is something that one assumes. It cannot be purchased, it must be created."
    "Asomistoa. Icbp, imbc."
  428. "Some will ask, “why did you write a book about money? Why measure riches in dollars, alone?” Some will believe, and rightly so, that there are other forms of riches more desirable than money. Yes, there are riches which cannot be measured in terms of dollars, but there are millions of people who will say, “Give me all the money I need, and I will find everything else I want.”"
    "Swa, “wdywabam? Wmrid, a? ” Swb, ars, ttaoformdtm. Y, tarwcbmitod, btamopwws, “GmatmIn, aIwfeeIw. ”"
  429. "Worry is a state of mind based upon fear. It works slowly, but persistently. It is insidious and subtle. Step by step it “digs itself in” until it paralyzes one’s reasoning faculty, destroys self-confidence and initiative. Worry is a form of sustained fear caused by indecision therefore it is a state of mind which can be controlled."
    "Wiasombuf. Iws, bp. Iiias. Sbsi “dii” uiporf, ds-cai. Wiafosfcbitiiasomwcbc."
  430. "The six basic fears become translated into a state of worry, through indecision."
    "Tsbfbtiasow, ti."
  431. "Kill the habit of worry, in all its forms, by reaching a general, blanket decision that nothing which life has to offer is worth the price of worry. With this decision will come poise, peace of mind, and calmness of thought which will bring happiness."
    "Kthow, iaif, brag, bdtnwlhtoiwtpow. Wtdwcp, pom, acotwwbh."
  432. "A man whose mind is filled with fear not only destroys his own chances of intelligent action, but, he transmits these destructive vibrations to the minds of all who come into contact with him, and destroys, also their chances."
    "Amwmifwfnodhocoia, b, httdvttmoawcicwh, ad, atc."
  433. The vibrations of fear pass from one mind to another just as quickly and as surely as the sound of the human voice passes from the broadcasting station to the receiving set of a radio—and BY THE SELF-SAME MEDIUM.
    TvofpfomtajaqaasatsothvpftbsttrsoarBTS-SM.
  434. "Mental telepathy is a reality. Thoughts pass from one mind to another, voluntarily, whether or not this fact is recognized by either the person releasing the thoughts, or the persons who pick up those thoughts."
    "Mtiar. Tpfomta, v, wontfirbetprtt, otpwputt."
  435. "The person who gives expression, by word of mouth, to negative or destructive thoughts is practically certain to experience the results of those words in the form of a destructive “kick-back.” The release of destructive thought impulses, alone, without the aid of words, produces also a “kickback” in more ways than one."
    "Tpwge, bwom, tnodtipctetrotwitfoad “k-b. ” Trodti, a, wtaow, paa “k” imwto."
  436. "The person who releases thoughts of a destructive nature, must suffer damage through the breaking down of the faculty of creative imagination."
    "Tpwrtoadn, msdttbdotfoci."
  437. "The presence in the mind of any destructive emotion develops a negative personality which repels people, and often converts them into antagonists."
    "Tpitmoadedanpwrp, aoctia."
  438. "The third source of damage to the person who entertains or releases negative thoughts, lies in this significant fact—these thought-impulses are not only damaging to others, but they IMBED THEMSELVES IN THE SUBCONSCIOUS MIND OF THE PERSON RELEASING THEM, and there become a part of his character."
    "Ttsodttpweornt, litsft-ianodto, btITITSMOTPRT, atbapohc."
  439. "One is never through with a thought, merely by releasing it. When a thought is released, it spreads in every direction, through the medium of the ether, but it also plants itself permanently in the subconscious mind of the person releasing it."
    "Ointwat, mbri. Watir, isied, ttmote, biapipitsmotpri."
  440. "To be successful, you must find peace of mind, acquire the material needs of life, and above all, attain HAPPINESS. All of these evidences of success begin in the form of thought impulses."
    "Tbs, ymfpom, atmnol, aaa, aH. Aoteosbitfoti."
  441. You may control your own mind. You have the power to feed it whatever thought impulses you choose. With this privilege goes also the responsibility of using it constructively. You are the master of your own earthly destiny just as surely as you have the power to control your own thoughts.
    Ymcyom. Yhtptfiwtiyc. Wtpgatrouic. Yatmoyoedjasayhtptcyot.
  442. "You may influence, direct, and eventually control your own environment, making your life what you want it to be—or, you may neglect to exercise the privilege which is yours, to make your life to order, thus casting yourself upon the broad sea of “Circumstance” where you will be tossed hither and yon, like a chip on the waves of the ocean."
    "Ymi, d, aecyoe, mylwywitb, ymntetpwiy, tmylto, tcyutbso “C” wywbthay, lacotwoto."
  443. "In addition to the Six Basic Fears, there is another evil by which people suffer. It constitutes a rich soil in which the seeds of failure grow abundantly. It is so subtle that its presence often is not detected. This affliction cannot properly be classed as a fear. IT IS MORE DEEPLY SEATED AND MORE OFTEN FATAL THAN ALL OF THE SIX FEARS. For want of a better name, let us call this evil SUSCEPTIBILITY TO NEGATIVE INFLUENCES."
    "IattSBF, tiaebwps. Icarsiwtsofga. Iisstipoind. Tacpbcaaf. IIMDSAMOFTAOTSF. Fwoabn, lucteSTNI."
  444. "You can easily protect yourself against highway robbers, because the law provides organized cooperation for your benefit, but the “seventh basic evil” is more difficult to master, because it strikes when you are not aware of its presence, when you are asleep, and while you are awake."
    "Ycepyahr, btlpocfyb, bt “sbe” imdtm, biswyanaoip, wyaa, awyaa."
  445. "To protect yourself against negative influences, whether of your own making, or the result of the activities of negative people around you, recognize that you have a WILL-POWER, and put it into constant use, until it builds a wall of immunity against negative influences in your own mind."
    "Tpyani, woyom, otrotaonpay, rtyhaW-P, apiicu, uibawoianiiyom."
  446. "Recognize that negative influences often work on you through your subconscious mind, therefore they are difficult to detect, and keep your mind closed against all people who depress or discourage you in any way."
    "Rtniowoytysm, ttadtd, akymcaapwdodyiaw."
  447. "Without doubt, the most common weakness of all human beings is the habit of leaving their minds open to the negative influence of other people."
    "Wd, tmcwoahbitholtmottnioop."
  448. "Do you have a DEFINITE MAJOR PURPOSE, and if so, what is it, and what plan have you for achieving it?"
    "DyhaDMP, ais, wii, awphyfai?"
  449. Do you make deliberate use of auto-suggestion to make your mind positive?
    Dymduoa-stmymp?
  450. Have you learned how to create a mental state of mind with which you can shield yourself against all discouraging influences?
    Hylhtcamsomwwycsyaadi?
  451. If you believe that “birds of a feather flock together” what have you learned about yourself by studying the friends whom you attract?
    Iybt “boafft” whylaybstfwya?
  452. "What, above all else, do you most DESIRE? Do you intend to acquire it? Are you willing to subordinate all other desires for this one? How much time daily do you devote to acquiring it? "
    "W, aae, dymD? Dyitai? Aywtsaodfto? Hmtddydtai? "
  453. "You have ABSOLUTE CONTROL over but one thing, and that is your thoughts. This is the most significant and inspiring of all facts known to man! It reflects man’s Divine nature. This Divine prerogative is the sole means by which you may control your own destiny. If you fail to control your own mind, you may be sure you will control nothing else."
    "YhACobot, atiyt. Titmsaioafktm! IrmDn. TDpitsmbwymcyod. Iyftcyom, ymbsywcne."
  454. "If you must be careless with your possessions, let it be in connection with material things. Your mind is your spiritual estate! Protect and use it with the care to which Divine Royalty is entitled. You were given a WILL-POWER for this purpose."
    "Iymbcwyp, libicwmt. Ymiyse! PauiwtctwDRie. YwgaW-Pftp."
  455. Mind control is the result of self-discipline and habit. You either control your mind or it controls you. There is no hall-way compromise.
    Mcitros-dah. Yecymoicy. Tinh-wc.
  456. "The most practical of all methods for controlling the mind is the habit of keeping it busy with a definite purpose, backed by a definite plan."
    "Tmpoamfctmithokibwadp, bbadp."
  457. "Study the record of any man who achieves noteworthy success, and you will observe that he has control over his own mind, moreover, that he exercises that control and directs it toward the attainment of definite objectives. Without this control, success is not possible."
    "Stroamwans, aywothhcohom, m, thetcadittaodo. Wtc, sinp."
  458. Alibis cannot be used for money. The world wants to know only one thing—HAVE YOU ACHIEVED SUCCESS?
    Acbufm. TwwtkootYAS?
  459. "Building alibis with which to explain away failure is as old as the human race, and is fatal to success! Why do people cling to their pet alibis? The answer is obvious. They defend their alibis because THEY CREATE them! A man’s alibi is the child of his own imagination. It is human nature to defend one’s own brain-child."
    "Bawwteafiaoathr, aifts! Wdpcttpa? Taio. TdtabTCt! Amaitcohoi. Iihntdoob-c."
  460. The first and best victory is to conquer self.
    Tfabvitcs.
  461. "“Life is a checkerboard, and the player opposite you is TIME. If you hesitate before moving, or neglect to move promptly, your men will be wiped off the board by TIME. You are playing against a partner who will not tolerate INDECISION!”"
    " Liac, atpoyiT. Iyhbm, ontmp, ymwbwotbbT. YapaapwwntI! ”"
  462. "You now have the Master Key for attaining anything in life that you desire. The Master Key is intangible, but it is powerful! It is the privilege of creating, in your own mind, a BURNING DESIRE for a definite form of riches."
    "YnhtMKfaailtyd. TMKii, biip! Iitpoc, iyom, aBDfadfor."
  463. There is a reward of stupendous proportions if you put the Key to use. It is the satisfaction that comes to all who conquer self and force Life to pay whatever is asked.
    TiarospiyptKtu. IitstctawcsafLtpwia.

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