Secret of the Ages - Part V, Chapter 20 Summary & Analysis

Robert Collier (author)
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Part V, Chapter 20 Summary and Analysis

Chapter Twenty, Part Five, Creative Composition.

In Chapter 20, Collier continues his expounded explanation of the General Rule. After the creation of the written plan and the evaluation of absolutely everything that could be associated with the project, then the individual must be ready to approach the project with Creative Composition. A comparison of this step and the process a child might use when crating a building block structure is made. As the process unfolds, constant changes are made, replacing one block with another of a different size and shape, over and over and over until at last the perfect combination is discovered.

In a similar manner, that is how one would approach the project, putting this and that together, evaluating it and being willing to change the composition as one works toward perfection. Everything that man uses...

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