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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 is referred to as the part of the brain that makes itself known to man?
2. According to Collier, the strong desire inside each individual is responsible for that person's what?
3. Who was just a poor peasant girl and yet she was able to save the entire country of France?
4. According to the author, the most important component of the Formula of Success is what?
5. When was Robert Collier born?
Short Essay Questions
1. What does Collier state about Mental Attitude in Part IV, Chapter 11?
2. What does Alex Osborn write about in Part V, Chapter 16?
3. What question is foremost in peoples' minds, according to Collier?
4. What elements of Christian Science does Collier promote?
5. How does desire differentiate between employees and individuals, according to Collier?
6. How does Collier define Faith? What is its importance?
7. Collier cites an example of Annie, a poverty stricken girl who is delighted to find a job as an errand girl for a fashionable Fifth Avenue dress shop in Part III, Chapter 9. What does Annie do to achieve her goals?
8. What are the elements of Collier's Master Formula of Attainment?
9. What does Collier quote from the Bible about desire in Part IV, Chapter 10?
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 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 2
Define Creative Power, Personal Power and All Power, and discuss the theological components of Collier's philosophies. How encompassing are Collier's views on religion?
Essay Topic 3
Describe Albert Einstein's philosophies of the mind and imagination. Why do Collier and Einstein believe that creativity is of more importance?
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