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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. The second rule of the Master Formula of Attainment is that "You may have anything you want, provided that you" what?
2. What refers to power from which everything derives power, called God, the Supreme Being, Goodness, I AM, according to Collier?
3. What is the first component of Creativity, according to Collier?
4. Who wrote the article that comprises Part V, Chapter 16?
5. According to Collier, who is equipped with the necessary abilities to change his or her character, temperament, and habits, should they really wish to do so?
Short Essay Questions
1. What is desire the key to, according to Collier?
2. What does the article from Dun's Review and Modern Industry say of imagination in Part V, Chapter 17?
3. What is the first component which creativity is broken down into in Part V, Chapter 17?
4. What is the first secret of Collier's multi-step system, describe in Part I, Chapter 1?
5. How does Collier describe the qualities of Constructive Imagination in Part V, Chapter 18?
6. What great entrepreneurs and thinkers are described in Part V, Chapter 16?
7. How does desire differentiate between employees and individuals, according to Collier?
8. What does Collier write of the man who flees God?
9. What is Collier's position about man's ability to fulfill his dreams?
10. How does Collier define Positive and Negative in terms of Attitude?
Write an essay for ONE of the following topics:
Essay Topic 1
Describe the positive characteristics of adversity. How does Collier use environment as an example? What are other comparisons for favorable and unfavorable circumstances?
Essay Topic 2
Discuss the process of Creative Composition and its relationship to the Subconscious Mind. How does Collier suggest one tap into one's Subconscious?
Essay Topic 3
Describe and discuss Selwyn James' interpretation of Imagination. Do you agree with his assertion? Why or why not?
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