Wallace D. Wattles The Science of Getting Rich – Study Guide Week 12

In the previous week we looked closely at Chapter 11 and the importance of Acting in The Certain Way as a part of “The Science of Getting Rich” by Wallace D. Wattles.

The questions for this week’s study can be found at the bottom of this post and have been shared to assist with your locking in of the lessons included in this Chapter.

Your participation with this study through responding to the below questions in the comments section would be greatly appreciated, and also to the benefit of others. The comments section on YouTube comments section on BitChute, Odysee, and YouTube are open to you too.

The Science of Getting Rich Study Questions – Week 12

Q1) How is the world advanced?

Q2) What is the cause of evolution?

Q3) What if you fail to do something today that you could have done?

Q4) How much should you try to do each day? Why?

Q5) What is more important than the number of things you do each day?

Q6) What is the cause of failure?

Q7) How can you make each act effective?

Q8) What is said in this chapter about vision?

Q9) What should you do with your leisure hours if you wish speedy results?

Q10) Do you feel you are acting effectively now? If not, why not?

Chapter 12 Efficient Action

Review Chapter 12 of The Science of Getting Rich below.

Join us next week for a study of Chapter 13.

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