Wallace D. Wattles The Science of Getting Rich – Study Guide Week 14

Last week we considered the content found in Chapter 13 and Getting into the Right Business. This week we look at how The Impression of Increase plays a part in “The Science of Getting Rich” by Wallace D. Wattles.

Study questions have been included at the bottom of this post to help draw out the learnings from this Chapter.

You’re invited to share your responses in the comments section on this post to these questions. These are also on YouTube, BitChute, and Odysee should you prefer to engage there.

The Science of Getting Rich Study Questions – Week 14

Q1) What is the key thought you must convey in all your transactions? Why?

Q2) Why do all people desire increase?

Q3) To whom are all men and women instinctively attracted? Why?

Q4) What impression do you wish to convey with everything you do?

Q5) How is the reader instructed to convey this impression?

Q6) When you succeed in achieving this, what effect will it have on your business?

Q7) What caution is given in regard to motives? Why?

Q8) How much power do you want?

Q9) What statement best sums up the principle of creative action?

Chapter 14 The Impression of Increase

Review Chapter 14 of The Science of Getting Rich below.

Join us next week for a study of Chapter 15.

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