Secret of the Ages - Part VI, Chapter 23 Summary & Analysis

Robert Collier (author)
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Part VI, Chapter 23 Summary and Analysis

Chapter Twenty-three is the first chapter in Part Six which covers Secret Number Six: The Power of Will. Chapter Twenty-three discusses exactly how most failures in life are due to Weak Wills.

Collier now takes the Reader to the real problem with failure to succeed. He believes that with the Master Formula of Attainment reiterated in the last chapter, all men should be wildly successful. His statistic is that only one man in ten will attain his Intense Desire because that man has the Will to do so. It has been proven over and over that intelligence can be increased and improved by exercising the brain. Scientists have also proven the same to be true of the Will, that it can be made unconquerable with use and exercise. What is sometimes termed "lack of Will" is really...

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