Last week Chapter 12 covered valuable information in support of taking efficient action. What you do is of as much importance as how you do it, and taking efficient action is a great basis for this week’s study where we look at Getting into the Right Business in The Certain Way as a part of “The Science of Getting Rich” by Wallace D. Wattles.
At the bottom of this post there is a selection of questions which have been provided to help round out the learnings obtained through this Chapter.
I am grateful that you have chosen to participate in this study. You are invited to provide your responses to the questions below within the comments section in this post. You may also choose to engage on YouTube, BitChute, or Odysee through the comments sections there too.
The Science of Getting Rich Study Questions – Week 13
Q1) Explain how simply having a well-developed state of faculties for a particular line of business alone is not enough to get rich.
Q2) What are faculties, and how are they like tools?
Q3) Where will you get rich most easily?
Q4) Where will you get rich most satisfactorily?
Q5) How does the desire to do a thing prove that you can do a thing?
Q6) What should you do if you feel that you are not in the right vocation?
Q7) Explain when you should or shouldn’t make a sudden radical change?
Q8) What are some sure signs that you have fallen into the competitive mindset?
Q9) When you are in doubt, what should you do?
Q10) When do mistakes come?
Chapter 13 Getting into the Right Business
Review Chapter 13 of The Science of Getting Rich below.
Join us next week for a study of Chapter 14.