Secret of the Ages - Part IV, Chapter 11 Summary & Analysis

Robert Collier (author)
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Part IV, Chapter 11 Summary and Analysis

Chapter Eleven, Part Four covers how a Positive Mental Attitude wins Success

One's mental attitude is made of that individual's thoughts, ideas, ideals, beliefs, and feelings. One's mental attitude is constantly changing, being influenced by and influencing one's surroundings and those around them. Collier defines the word Positive and its opposite, Negative. Positive is defined as Confident Expectation, Self-Confidence, Optimism, Expectation of Good not Evil, of Wealth not Poverty. Negative is defined as the opposite of all the previous terms, including but not limited to Fear, Worry, Lack of Confidence.

In order to be successful an individual must be a careful guardian of his Mental Attitude, by incorporating ideas and behaviors that are conducive to success. Paying attention to the world will reveal that there are a great many people who bemoan their lack of abilities and...

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