As in the pervious week, below you will find a series of question which you may like to consider in reflection of the content covered in the second chapter.
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The Science of Getting Rich Study Questions – Week 2
Q1) How may a person get rich with mathematical certainty?
Q2) What causes the ownership of money and property?
Q3) In relation to Q2, what happens if you do so, and what happens if you don’t?
Q4) Explain how getting rich is not a matter of location.
Q5) Explain how getting rich is not a matter of talent.
Q6) Explain how getting rich is not a matter of saving or thrift.
Q7) Explain how getting rich is not a matter of doing things that are neglected or overlooked by others.
Q8) Explain how getting rich is not a matter of the right business or the right profession.
Q9) What type of business or vocation will you tend to do best in?
Q10) Do you need to change businesses or careers to get rich? Why?
Q11) Explain the benefit of capital and what you should do if you don’t have any.
Chapter 2 There is a Science of Getting Rich
Review Chapter 2 of The Science of Getting Rich below.
Join us next week for a study of Chapter 3.