Wallace D. Wattles The Science of Getting Rich – Study Guide Week 9


Chapter 8’s study last week covered what was possibly one of the most important elements of this book, that of Thinking in the Certain Way. This week we will further build upon that through learning ‘How to Use The Will’ in chapter 9 of “The Science of Getting Rich” by Wallace D. Wattles.

Below this post you’ll see some questions provided to help with extracting further value from lessons in this Chapter. The diligent study and faithful application of these points is what supports the gaining of riches.

You are invited to participate and add value for yourself and to help with the development of others through responding to the questions below. You may choose to include your responses in the comments section on this post, or on YouTube in the comments section there. These are all open to you. You could also choose to participate on BitChute or Odysee.

The Science of Getting Rich Study Questions – Week 9

Q1) What is warned of in applying your will on other men and women to get what you desire?

Q2) Who knows what is best for another man or woman’s own good anyway?

Q3) Can you compel the things you want to come to you by exerting willpower? If not, why not?

Q4) What is the only legitimate use of your will?

Q5) What is the effect of holding ‘negative’ impressions in the mind?

Q6) What is the effect of doubt and unbelief?

Q7) Explain the fundamental mistake the sciences of economics, religion, and medicine are making.

Q8) With regard to Q7, what are their effects, and what is the solution?

Q9) What tends to do away with poverty?

Q10) With regard to Q9, how can this best help you?

Q11) What is the only way poverty will ever be banished form the world?

Q12) The Author advises that you can get rich by two methods. What are they and what is the result of each?

Q13) With regard to Q12, before studying this text, what is, or was your current attitude to poverty?

Chapter 9 How to Use The Will

Review Chapter 9 of The Science of Getting Rich below.

Join us next week for a study of Chapter 10.

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