Wallace D. Wattles The Science of Getting Rich – Study Guide Week 11

Last week, in Chapter 10, we built on the use of The Will from Chapter 9, where we looked at the further use of The Will as a part of “The Science of Getting Rich” by Wallace D. Wattles.

As with other weeks, you’ll find a set of questions at the bottom of this post to help with solidifying the understanding from this Chapter.

You are graciously invited to participate by providing responses to these questions in the comments section shown below. I have also opened the YouTube comments section to all too. Otherwise, you could engage via BitChute or Odysee.

The Science of Getting Rich Study Questions – Week 11

Q1) Where do many people go wrong with regard to Acting in the Certain Way?

Q2) Why is it impossible to get rich by thought without personal action?

Q3) Who’s part is it to guide how things come to you in the creative process?

Q4) What part are you to play in the creative process?

Q5) Why must you act in The Certain Way?

Q6) When things reach you, where will they come from and what must you do to acquire them?

Q7) When must you act and why?

Q8) What if your current business or circumstances are not right?

Q9) What about preparing for future emergencies?

Q10) Your action therefore will most likely be where and on whom?

Q11) How should an Employee proceed to get a better job?

Chapter 11 Acting in The Certain Way

Review Chapter 11 of The Science of Getting Rich below.

Join us next week for a study of Chapter 12.

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