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This test consists of 5 short answer questions, 10 short essay questions, and 1 (of 3) essay topics.
Short Answer Questions
1. What individual does Collier describe who won a contest put on by Nautilus Magazine in Part III, Chapter 9?
2. According to Collier, when man tries to flee from God, it is because that man is running from what?
3. What law does Collier cite that in order for mental hunger to be manifested, it must have ideals presented to the mind's eye?
4. Expounding on his theory of belief, Collier insists that everything desired can be attained provided it is what?
5. Collier defines the Two Keys to Success as Ambition and what?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does the article from Dun's Review and Modern Industry say of imagination in Part V, Chapter 17?
2. What is the General Rule? What is its first step?
3. What is Treasure Mapping?
4. What great entrepreneurs and thinkers are described in Part V, Chapter 16?
5. How does Collier define Positive and Negative in terms of Attitude?
6. What does Collier write of the man who flees God?
7. What does Collier state about Mental Attitude in Part IV, Chapter 11?
8. How does desire differentiate between employees and individuals, according to Collier?
9. What is described in the beginning of Selvyn James' article in Part V, Chapter 15?
10. What example does Collier use to demonstrate the Law of Ambition in Part II, Chapter 2?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Describe the definition of a Positive Mental Attitude and how it applies to the Formula of Success. How does Collier differentiate Positive and Negative Attitudes?
Essay Topic 2
Describe the importance of Ideal Desire, and analyze different methods in which one may focus his/her intentions. How does imagination play into this process?
Essay Topic 3
Describe the definition and process of Treasure Mapping. How does this process serve to help mental visualization of one's goals?
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