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90 DAYS CHALLENGE TO BECOME RICH (Wealth): YOU DONT NEED A ROYAL BLOOD DAY 74

Hey there, money-minded independent persons! Be ready, to learn how to become rich, because it’s day seventy-four of your 90-day challenge to make your bank account sing. My friend today we are going to unlock the secrets of wealth with the help of a book which is, “Think and Grow Rich” by Napoleon Hill. It is a timeless classic that has inspired millions of people around the world so that they can achieve their dreams and become wealthy. This book is a result of Hill’s 20 years of research and interviews with over 500 successful individuals. The interview of the successful interview included entrepreneurs, investors, all leaders. Before we deep into the summary of the book, let’s talk a bit about Hill’s journey. Hill’s journey began in 1908 when he was assigned to interview the successful businessman, Andrew Carnegie. Carnegie challenged Hill to uncover the secrets of success and share them with the world. Hill accepted the challenge and spent the next 20 years researching and interviewing successful individuals. The result of Hill’s research is “Think and Grow Rich”, a book. This book has revealed the 13th principles of success and wealth. Hill’s philosophy is simple yet powerful: our thoughts and beliefs have a direct impact on our ability to succeed and become rich. Today in this article, we will discuss the book summary which will guide you through Hill’s 13 principles, which are two knowledgeable, and you will also explore the examples to help you apply them in your own life. Whether you are an entrepreneur, whether you are an artist, or whether you are simply looking to improve your life, “Think and Grow Rich” has something to offer. So my friends grab a cup of coffee and enjoy the article and let’s die when and discover the secrets of wealth and success.

Table of Content

Introduction

  • The importance of success and wealth
  • The purpose of the book

The Power of Thought (To Achieve Wealth)

Chapter 1: Desire (To Achieve Wealth)

  • The power of desire
  • How to identify and clarify your desires
  • The importance of desire in achieving success

Chapter 2: Faith (To Achieve Wealth)

  • The power of faith
  • How to develop and maintain faith
  • The importance of faith in achieving success

Conclusion

The Power of Thought (To Achieve Wealth)

Hill’s philosophy is simple yet powerful: our thoughts and beliefs have a direct impact on our ability to succeed and become rich. He writes, “Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve.” (Chapter 1) The power of thought is the foundation of Hill’s principles. My friend believes that our thoughts and beliefs shape our actions and our reality. If you think positive and believe in yourself, you would be able to take action and you would be able to achieve all of your goals. If you think negatively and doubt yourself, you will procrastinate and fail. Hill emphasizes the importance of self-awareness and self-control in managing our thoughts. He writes, “You are the master of your destiny. You can influence, direct, and control your thoughts.” (Chapter 1)

To have the power of thought, ask yourself:

  • What are my thoughts and beliefs about myself and my abilities?
  • Are my thoughts positive and empowering, or negative and limiting?
  • What can I do to control and direct my thoughts towards my goals?

My friend for instance let’s say you want to start a business, but you are afraid of failure. Your thoughts might be:

  • “I’m not good enough to start a business.”
  • “I don’t have the skills or experience.”
  • “I’ll never be able to compete with larger companies.”

To change these negative thoughts, you could: Challenge them by asking yourself if they’re true.

Replace them with positive and empowering thoughts, such as:

  • “I can learn and grow.”
  • “I have unique skills and experiences that will help me succeed.”
  • “I’ll focus on serving my customers and providing value.”

Honey, if you have the power of thought, you will be able to overcome the challenges, you will be able to achieve all of your goals, and you will be able to become the person you want to be. Remember, “Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve.” (Chapter 1)

The 13 Principles of Success (to Achieve Wealth)

This book is organized into 13 principles, each building on the previous one to provide a comprehensive guide to achieving success and wealth. Let’s have a brief overview of each principle.

  1. Desire (To Achieve Wealth)

My friend, you have to identify your burning desire and create a clear vision of what you want to achieve in your life because this is all about chapter number one. Hill emphasizes the importance of having a clear and specific desire, rather than a vague or general one. He writes, “The more specific and clear your desire, the more likely you are to achieve it.” (Chapter 2)

To identify your desire, you should ask yourself:

  • What is my heart’s deepest desire?
  • What do I want to achieve in my life?
  • What is my purpose and passion?

Once you have identified all of your desires, you should create a clear and vivid vision of what it looks like. Imagine yourself already in possession of what you want to achieve. You have to see it, feel it, taste it, and smell it. Make it as real as possible in your mind.

For example, let’s say you desire to become a successful writer. Your vision might look like this:

  • I see myself sitting at my desk, typing away on my laptop.
  • I feel the excitement and satisfaction of creating something new and meaningful.
  • I taste the sweetness of success as my book becomes a bestseller.
  • I smell the fresh ink and paper of my newly published book.

Hill also stresses the importance of intensity and emotion in desire. He writes, “The intensity of your desire will determine the intensity of your effort.” (Chapter 2)

To increase the intensity of your desire, ask yourself:

  • How much do I want this?
  • How will my life change when I achieve this?
  • What am I willing to sacrifice to make this happen?

For example, let’s say you want to become a successful writer, but you’re currently working a full-time job and have a family to support. Your intensity of desire might look like this:

  • I want this so much that I’m willing to wake up at 5 am every morning to write for an hour before work.
  • I want this so much that I’m willing to give up my weekends and holidays to work on my book.
  • I want this so much that I’m willing to face rejection and criticism from publishers and readers.

If you identify and intensify your desire, you will be more focused, and motivated, and you will be committed to achieving your goals. Remember, “The starting point of all achievement is desire. Keep this in mind. Weak desires bring weak results, just as a small amount of fire makes a small amount of heat.” (Chapter 2)

  1. Faith

Faith is the second principle of success and wealth. Hill defines faith as “the head chemist of the mind. It is the element that transforms the impulses of thought into their physical equivalent.” (Chapter 2) my friend Faith is the ability to believe in yourself, your abilities, and your goals. It is the confidence that what you want to achieve is possible and that you have the power to achieve it. Hill emphasizes the importance of faith in overcoming obstacles and achieving success. He writes, “The majority of people who fail do so because they lack the faith to persist in the pursuit of their goals.” (Chapter 2)

To develop faith, ask yourself:

  • What are my goals and desires?
  • What are my strengths and abilities?
  • What can I do to build my confidence and trust in myself?

For example, let’s say you want to start a business but you’re afraid of failure. Your faith might be:

  • “I believe in my ability to learn and grow.”
  • “I trust myself to make good decisions.”
  • “I have faith that my business will succeed.”

By having faith in yourself and your abilities, you can overcome fear and doubt, and take action towards your goals. Hill also emphasizes the importance of autosuggestion in building faith. He writes, “The subconscious mind will not argue with you. It will accept whatever you tell it and act upon it.” (Chapter 3)

To use autosuggestion to build faith, repeat positive affirmations to yourself, such as:

  • “I am capable and confident.”
  • “I trust myself and my abilities.”
  • “I have faith in my success.”

If you repeat these affirmations, you can reprogram your subconscious mind with positive thoughts and beliefs, and you will be able to build your faith in yourself and your abilities. Remember, “Faith is the head chemist of the mind. It is the element that transforms the impulses of thought into their physical equivalent.” (Chapter 2)

In conclusion, the principles outlined in this book are the result of Hill’s extensive research and experimentation on the nature of success and wealth. He has identified the 13 principles and talked about 2 of them today. If you want to learn more principles then come back tomorrow for part 2. These principles are common to all successful people and have provided a clear and practical guide on how to apply these principles in your own life. By applying these principles, you can achieve great things and live a life of purpose, meaning, and fulfillment. You can overcome obstacles and challenges, and stay focused and motivated on your path to success. Remember, success is not just about achieving wealth and material possessions, but about living a life that is true to your values and purposes. It is about being the best version of yourself and making a positive impact on the world around you. As Hill says, “The greatest achievement in life is to live a life that is true to your values and purposes, and to make a positive impact on the world around you.” So, take the principles outlined in this book to heart, and start applying them in your own life today. Stay focused, stay motivated, and never give up on your dreams. Remember, “The greatest achievement in life is to live a life that is true to your values and purposes, and to make a positive impact on the world around you.”

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