Wallace D. Wattles Related Quotes

Napoleon Hill on How Things Come to You

Warning: This quote is a bit longer than those I normally use in this category (Wallace D. Wattles Related Quotes), but it's worth reading, well worth reading, every single word of it... again, and again, and again! It explains ever so nicely one of the most misunderstood things Wallace D. Wattles wrote about and what's most misunderstood about the so-called "law of attraction".

Several months ago, I decided to sit down and read Napoleon Hill's (Napoleon Hill being best known for his book Think and Grow Rich) first book The Law of Success (not an easy task, I might add), something I'd attempted to do many times (many, many, many times) but failed most miserably in the years prior to my finding Wallace D. Wattles' writings.

While reading this massive tome, I was struck by one passage in particular, so much so that I wanted to share it with you.

Here it is:

"Bear in mind the fact that you do not sit down and wait, nor do you go to bed and sleep, with the expectation of awaking to find that infinite intelligence has showered you with the object of your definite chief aim. You go right ahead, in the usual way, doing your daily work in accordance with the instructions laid down in Lesson Nine of this course, with full faith and confidence that natural ways and means for the attainment of the object of your definite purpose will open to you at the proper time and in a suitable manner.

The way may not open suddenly, from the first step to the last, but it may open one step at a time. Therefore, when you are conscious of an opportunity to take the first step, take it without hesitation, and do the same when the second, and the third, and all subsequent steps, essential for the attainment of the object of your definite chief aim, are manifested to you.

Infinite intelligence will not build you a home and deliver that home to you, ready to enter; but infinite intelligence will open the way and provide the necessary means with which you may build your own house.

Infinite intelligence will not command the cashier of your bank to place a definite sum of money to your credit, just because you suggested this to your subconscious mind; but infinite intelligence will open to you the way in which you may earn or borrow that money and place it to your own credit.

Infinite intelligence will not throw out the present incumbent of the White House and make you President in his place; but infinite intelligence would most likely proceed, under the proper circumstances, to influence you to prepare yourself to fill that position with credit and then help you to attain it through the regular method of procedure.

Do not rely upon the performance of miracles for the attainment of the object of your definite chief aim; rely upon the power of infinite intelligence to guide you, through natural channels, and with the aid of natural laws, for its attainment. Do not expect infinite intelligence to bring to you the object of your definite chief aim; instead, expect infinite intelligence to direct you toward that object."

Extremely well said!

If you'd like some real-life examples of how things come to you when you're thinking and acting in the "Certain Way", as Mr. Wattles referred to it in his book The Science of Getting Rich, whether you know it or not, I suggest you grab a copy of a short book I wrote titled How Things Come to You. Click or tap the link below to get your copy today.

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Note 1: What Napoleon Hill referred to as the object of your definite chief aim or purpose is what Wallace D. Wattles more broadly referred to as your vision.

Note 2: What Napoleon Hill referred to as infinite intelligence is what Wallace D. Wattles is what Wallace D. Wattles referred to by many different names in his writings, all of them referring to the one intelligent substance from which all things are made.

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Napoleon Hill on Brawn Versus Brains

In his book How to Sell Your Way Through Life, author Napoleon Hill, who's best known for his book Think and Grow Rich, wrote:

"Brawn brings a daily wage. The price of it is fixed by the law of supply and demand. General services, rendered by one who has not specialized, brings but little more than brawn. Brains, when marketed through a definite aim, have no fixed price. The sky is the limit in the marketing of specialized talent. These are statements of obvious fact, yet 98 out of every 100 people fail all through life because they do not follow the principle of working with definiteness of purpose."

If you're not working with definiteness of purpose, which, according to Napoleon Hill, 98 out of every 100 people aren't, I highly recommend that you read my Wallace D. Wattles Quick Start Guide and my Wallace D. Wattles Advanced Vision Guide, in that order. Between the two of them, you'll learn just about everything you'll ever need to know about the subject. Click or tap the links below to get your copies today.

Click or tap here to get my Wallace D. Wattles Quick Start Guide on Amazon Kindle.

Click or tap here to get my Wallace D. Wattles Advanced Vision Guide on Amazon Kindle.

Click or tap here to get my Wallace D. Wattles Quick Start Guide and my Wallace D. Wattles Advanced Vision Guide bundled together at a discounted price on Amazon Kindle.

No Kindle? No problem! Click or tap here to get a free Kindle reading app for your device.

Prefer paperback?

Click or tap here to get my Wallace D. Wattles Quick Start Guide in paperback on Amazon.

Click or tap here to get my Wallace D. Wattles Advanced Vision Guide in paperback on Amazon.

Click or tap here to get my Wallace D. Wattles Quick Start Guide and my Wallace D. Wattles Advanced Vision Guide bundled together at a discounted price in paperback on Amazon.

By the way, if you're interested in getting Napoleon Hill's book How to Sell Your Way Through Life that I mention above, it's available on Amazon as well. Click or tap the link below to get it today.

Click or tap here to get How to Sell Your Way Through Life on Amazon Kindle.

No Kindle? No problem! Click or tap here to get a free Kindle reading app for your device.

Prefer paperback?

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Note: There are a couple of versions of How to Sell Your Way Through Life on Amazon. The one I link to above is the one I personally own and use.

Note: If you're a student of Mr. Wattles' writings, as I am, I highly recommend you read books and articles outside his writings selectively (very selectively!), if at all, with your "Wallace D. Wattles glasses" on. What's that mean? It means if you're going to read something outside his writings, you do so from the perspective of or through the "lens" of Mr. Wattles' writings and reject or modify anything that conflicts with them. What if you can't do that? What if you tend to get easily confused or off track? Then I don't, repeat don't, recommend your reading whatever it is your considering reading, at least not right now.

Related Pages:

Wallace D. Wattles Advanced Vision Guide

Wallace D. Wattles Quick Start & Advanced Vision Bundle

Wallace D. Wattles Quick Start Guide

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Napoleon Hill on the Second Major Cause of Failure

In Chapter 7 of the book for which he's best known, Think and Grow Rich, Napoleon Hill wrote:

"Life's greatest tragedy consists of men and women who earnestly try, and fail! The tragedy lies in the overwhelmingly large majority of people who fail, as compared to the few who succeed.

I have had the privilege of analyzing several thousand men and women, 98% of whom were classed as 'failures'. There is something radically wrong with a civilization, and a system of education, which permit 98% of the people to go through life as failures. But I did not write this book for the purpose of moralizing on the rights and wrongs of the world; that would require a book a hundred times the size of this one.

My analysis work proved that there are thirty major reasons for failure, and thirteen major principles through which people accumulate fortunes. In this chapter, a description of the thirty major causes of failure will be given. As you go over the list, check yourself by it, point by point, for the purpose of discovering how many of these causes of failure stand between you and success."

He then on to list and describe those causes, the second of which was:

"Lack of a well-defined purpose in life."

About which he wrote:

"There is no hope of success for the person who does not have a central purpose, or definite goal at which to aim. Ninety-eight out of every hundred of those whom I have analyzed, had no such aim. Perhaps this was the major cause of their failure."

Ya think!!

In my opinion, based on my own experience and that of personally coaching and training many hundreds of people over the years in Wallace D. Wattles' principles, lack of a clear and definite vision (my version of "a well-defined purpose") based on what's truly important to you and what you really want next in your life is the number one cause of failure, bar none!

So, if you're failing in life (not getting what you want in life, as Mr. Wattles might define it), my advice to you today is to get that fixed. Do that and I think you'll find everything else will fall into place rather nicely.

Need some help in that regard? I highly recommend my Wallace D. Wattles Quick Start Guide and my Wallace D. Wattles Advanced Vision Guide, read in that order. Between the two of them, you'll learn just about everything you'll ever need to know about creating and realizing next-level visions. Click or tap the links below to get your copies today.

Click or tap here to get my Wallace D. Wattles Quick Start Guide on Amazon Kindle.

Click or tap here to get my Wallace D. Wattles Advanced Vision Guide on Amazon Kindle.

Click or tap here to get my Wallace D. Wattles Quick Start Guide and my Wallace D. Wattles Advanced Vision Guide bundled together at a discounted price on Amazon Kindle.

No Kindle? No problem! Click or tap here to get a free Kindle reading app for your device.

Prefer paperback?

Click or tap here to get my Wallace D. Wattles Quick Start Guide in paperback on Amazon.

Click or tap here to get my Wallace D. Wattles Advanced Vision Guide in paperback on Amazon.

Click or tap here to get my Wallace D. Wattles Quick Start Guide and my Wallace D. Wattles Advanced Vision Guide bundled together at a discounted price in paperback on Amazon.

By the way, if you're interested in getting Napoleon Hill's book Think and Grow Rich that I mention above, it's available on Amazon as well. Click or tap the link below to get it today.

Click or tap here to get Think and Grow Rich on Amazon Kindle.

No Kindle? No problem! Click or tap here to get a free Kindle reading app for your device.

Prefer paperback?

Click or tap here to get Think and Grow Rich in paperback on Amazon.

Note: There are a number of versions of Think and Grow Rich on Amazon. The one I link to above is the one I personally own and use.

Note: If you're a student of Mr. Wattles' writings, as I am, I highly recommend you read books and articles outside his writings selectively (very selectively!), if at all, with your "Wallace D. Wattles glasses" on. What's that mean? It means if you're going to read something outside his writings, you do so from the perspective of or through the "lens" of Mr. Wattles' writings and reject or modify anything that conflicts with them. What if you can't do that? What if you tend to get easily confused or off track? Then I don't, repeat don't, recommend your reading whatever it is your considering reading, at least not right now.

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Wallace D. Wattles Advanced Vision Guide

Wallace D. Wattles Quick Start & Advanced Vision Bundle

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James Allen on Mind

Author James Allen began the book for which he's best known, his classic masterpiece As a Man Thinketh, which was first published in 1903 and, I believe, has been in print, in one form or another, ever since, with these words:

"Mind is the Master power that moulds and makes,
And Man is Mind, and evermore he takes
The tool of Thought, and, shaping what he wills,
Brings forth a thousand joys, a thousand ills: -
He thinks in secret, and it comes to pass:
Environment is but his looking-glass."

With that little gem in mind, here are four questions for you to ponder today:

  1. What's in your environment?
  2. How did it get there?
  3. What, if you don't like it, can you do about it?
  4. Why?

Remember:

"Mind is the Master power that moulds and makes,
And Man is Mind, and evermore he takes
The tool of Thought, and, shaping what he wills,
Brings forth a thousand joys, a thousand ills: -
He thinks in secret, and it comes to pass:
Environment is but his looking-glass."

By the way, if you'd like to read more of James Allen's eternal wisdom on the subject, you can get his book As a Man Thinketh for free in Amazon's Kindle Store. Click or tap the link below to get your copy today.

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Reminder: As always, if you're a student of Mr. Wattles' writings, as I am, I highly recommend you read books and articles outside his writings selectively (very selectively!), if at all, with your "Wallace D. Wattles glasses" on. What's that mean? It means if you're going to read something outside his writings, you do so from the perspective of or through the "lens" of Mr. Wattles' writings and reject or modify anything that conflicts with them. What if you can't do that? What if you tend to get easily confused or off track? Then I don't, repeat don't, recommend your reading whatever it is your considering reading, at least not right now.

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Andrew Carnegie on Temporary Defeat

In A Lifetime of Riches, a 1995 biography of self-help author Napoleon Hill by Michael J. Ritt, Jr. and Kirk Landers, Andrew Carnegie, one of the richest men who ever lived and the inspiration behind Hill's best-known book Think and Grow Rich, is quoted as saying this to a relatively young Napoleon Hill in a 1908 interview:

"... every failure carries within it - in the circumstances of the failure itself - the seed of an equivalent advantage."

Interesting that Wallace D. Wattles said something similar in his 1910 book The Science of Getting Rich when he wrote:

"... you will find that every difficulty carries with it the wherewithal for its overcoming."

Andrew Carnegie continued:

"If you examine the lives of truly great leaders, you will discover that their success is in exact proportion to their mastery of failures. Life has a way of developing strength and wisdom in individuals through temporary defeat."

No doubt about it!

In fact, experience has taught me that every rotten, lousy thing that happens in our lives (all the "crap") happens to prepare us to do what we were put here to do; and, yes, I do believe that each and every one of us is here for a unique purpose, one that only we can fulfill, whether we do so or not is our choice.

Remember:

"... every failure carries within it - in the circumstances of the failure itself - the seed of an equivalent advantage. If you examine the lives of truly great leaders, you will discover that their success is in exact proportion to their mastery of failures. Life has a way of developing strength and wisdom in individuals through temporary defeat."

Speaking of temporary defeat, are you off your game and looking for some positive direction in your life? There's nothing I could possibly recommend to you more than my Wallace D. Wattles Quick Start Guide, which outlines the exact system I used to accomplish more in just a couple of years than I did in the previous thirty years combined, and my Wallace D. Wattles Advanced Vision Guide, which compliments and expands on it. Click or tap the links below to get your copies today.

Click or tap here to get my Wallace D. Wattles Quick Start Guide on Amazon Kindle.

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No Kindle? No problem! Click or tap here to get a free Kindle reading app for your device.

Prefer paperback?

Click or tap here to get my Wallace D. Wattles Quick Start Guide in paperback on Amazon.

Click or tap here to get my Wallace D. Wattles Advanced Vision Guide in paperback on Amazon.

Click or tap here to get my Wallace D. Wattles Quick Start Guide and my Wallace D. Wattles Advanced Vision Guide bundled together at a discounted price in paperback on Amazon.

By the way, if you're interested in getting A Lifetime of Riches (it's a fascinating read) and/or The Science of Getting Rich (the book that introduced me to Mr. Wattles' works), they're both available on Kindle as well. Click or tap the links below to get them today.

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Reminder: As always, if you're a student of Mr. Wattles' writings, as I am, I highly recommend you read books and articles outside his writings selectively (very selectively!), if at all, with your "Wallace D. Wattles glasses" on. What's that mean? It means if you're going to read something outside his writings, you do so from the perspective of or through the "lens" of Mr. Wattles' writings and reject or modify anything that conflicts with them. What if you can't do that? What if you tend to get easily confused or off track? Then I don't, repeat don't, recommend your reading whatever it is your considering reading, at least not right now.

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John D. Rockefeller on Controlled Attention

In his book PMA: The Science of Success, author Napoleon Hill, who's best known for his book Think and Grow Rich, quoted John D. Rockefeller (admittedly, not exactly Wallace D. Wattles' favorite person, or so it seems from his writings) as having said:

"From the very day that I began my first job as a bookkeeper, until this very moment, I have followed the plan of concentrating my attention upon one thing at a time. Controlled attention places one in contact with a source of power which gives him what amounts to a sort of super-wisdom in the management of his affairs.

I have invested large sums of money in many different businesses and industries, but I earned this money in the business which represented my definite major purpose, the oil business. No part of my attention has been given to any of the other industries in which I have investments. My capital works for me in those industries, but my personal attention has remained always in my original business."

Dr. Hill went on to note:

"Mr. Rockefeller emphasized a point it is well to remember by calling attention to the difference between the investment of capital in many businesses and the endeavor to devote one's attention to many businesses."

On the subject of business, in his Wealth Science Course, Wallace D. Wattles wrote that in order to acquire wealth:

"... you must know what you want to do. First, choose your business. Choose the one that seems most in line with your tastes, and which will require the use of your strongest faculties. Select for your life work the thing you most WANT to do. Do not become possessed by the idea that you must be fixed by circumstances in some business or profession which you do not like, and barred out from the one which you WOULD like. Even though you are making money, you are not successful so long as you are doing something you do not like to do, and not doing the thing you want to do. The man who feels that he is misplaced is neither wealthy nor successful. Perhaps the most essential part of wealth-culture consists in finding the place where you will be happy in your work. If you are not happy in your work, you are a slave.

Perhaps there is something which you would LIKE to do, but you feel that you have not the talent for that particular business or profession; and so you do not dare try it. But remember that if you have not the fully developed talent, you have it in an undeveloped state, and can develop it; a future lesson of this course will tell you how. Nothing is more certain than that you CAN BE WHAT YOU WANT TO BE, in the matter of talent and ability; and if that is true, it is also certain that you CAN DO WHAT YOU WANT TO DO. If you are not big enough to do it, you can MAKE yourself big enough to do it. So, make up your mind as to what you want to do; then make up your mind that you WILL do what you want to do, and then begin to move toward the thing you want to do."

Do you want to create wealth in your life? Here's my advice:

1. Determine what it is you most like to do.

2. Figure out a way to make money doing it.

3. Begin moving in that direction.

4. Devote all your attention, at least that portion of it you devote to your chosen business or profession, to that one thing.

For more on the subject I highly recommend you read Wallace D. Wattles' Wealth Science Course. Click or tap the links below to get your copy today.

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By the way, if you're interested in getting either of Napoleon Hill's books that I mentioned above, they're both available on Kindle as well. Click or tap the links below to get them today.

Click or tap here to get PMA: The Science of Success on Amazon Kindle.

Click or tap here to get Think and Grow Rich on Amazon Kindle.

No Kindle? No problem! Click or tap here to get a free Kindle reading app for your device.

Prefer paperback?

Click or tap here to get Think and Grow Rich in paperback on Amazon.

Note: There are a number of versions of Think and Grow Rich in the Kindle Store. The one I link to above is the one I personally own and use.

Note: If you're a student of Mr. Wattles' writings, as I am, I highly recommend you read books and articles outside his writings selectively (very selectively!), if at all, with your "Wallace D. Wattles glasses" on. What's that mean? It means if you're going to read something outside his writings, you do so from the perspective of or through the "lens" of Mr. Wattles' writings and reject or modify anything that conflicts with them. What if you can't do that? What if you tend to get easily confused or off track? Then I don't, repeat don't, recommend your reading whatever it is your considering reading, at least not right now.

05/20/2018 Update: Unfortunately, it appears PMA: The Science of Success is no longer be available on Amazon Kindle. There does, however, appear to be a paperback equivalent of to available on Amazon, click or tap here for details.

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Think and Grow Rich (Paperback)


Napoleon Hill on Controlling Your Mind

In the book for which he's best known, Think and Grow Rich, Napoleon Hill wrote:

"Mind control is the result of self-discipline and habit. You either control your mind or it controls you. There is no halfway compromise. The most practical of all methods for controlling the mind is the habit of keeping it busy with a definite purpose, backed by a definite plan. Study the record of any man who achieves noteworthy success, and you will observe that he has control over his own mind, moreover, that he exercises that control and directs it toward the attainment of definite objectives. Without this control, success is not possible."

Let's take a closer look at that:

"Mind control is the result of self-discipline and habit. You either control your mind or it controls you. There is no half-way compromise. The most practical of all methods for controlling the mind is the habit of keeping it busy with a definite purpose..."

For me and those I've taught over the years that equates to a next level vision that reflects what's truly important to you and what you really want...

"... backed by a definite plan."

Not initially necessary in my opinion, as, if you're clear about what you want, it reflects what's truly important to you and what you really want, and you're moving toward it, the necessary ways and means will come to you along the way.

"Study the record of any man who achieves noteworthy success, and you will observe he has control over his own mind, moreover, that he exercises that control and directs it towards the attainment of definite objectives. Without this control, success is not possible."

Guess what?

He's absolutely right...

It isn't!

Here's the deal:

In his book How to Get What You Want, Wallace D. Wattles wrote:

"Getting what you want is success..."

If you want success, then you need to take control of your mind and direct it toward what you want, not toward what you don't want. In other words, you must keep your thoughts on what you want and off what you don't want.

How do you do that?

The best way I know of is to have a crystal clear next level vision that reflects what's truly important to you and what you really want. Then, whenever you find yourself thinking about what you don't want, regardless of what it may be, you simply, gently switch your thoughts to your vision.

The clearer your vision is and the more it reflects what's truly important to you and what you really want next in your life, the easier that is to do.

Need help creating your vision and using it to control your mind? I highly recommend my Wallace D. Wattles Quick Start Guide and my Wallace D. Wattles Advanced Vision Guide, read in that order. Between the two of them, you'll learn just about everything you'll ever need to know about the subjects. Click or tap the links below to get your copies today.

Click or tap here to get my Wallace D. Wattles Quick Start Guide on Amazon Kindle.

Click or tap here to get my Wallace D. Wattles Advanced Vision Guide on Amazon Kindle.

Click or tap here to get my Wallace D. Wattles Quick Start Guide and my Wallace D. Wattles Advanced Vision Guide bundled together at a discounted price on Amazon Kindle.

No Kindle? No problem! Click or tap here to get a free Kindle reading app for your device.

Prefer paperback?

Click or tap here to get my Wallace D. Wattles Quick Start Guide in paperback on Amazon.

Click or tap here to get my Wallace D. Wattles Advanced Vision Guide in paperback on Amazon.

Click or tap here to get my Wallace D. Wattles Quick Start Guide and my Wallace D. Wattles Advanced Vision Guide bundled together at a discounted price in paperback on Amazon.

By the way, if you're interested in getting Napoleon Hill's book Think and Grow Rich that I mention above, it's available on Amazon as well. Click or tap the link below to get it today.

Click or tap here to get Think and Grow Rich on Amazon Kindle.

No Kindle? No problem! Click or tap here to get a free Kindle reading app for your device.

Prefer paperback?

Click or tap here to get Think and Grow Rich in paperback on Amazon.

Note: There are a number of versions of Think and Grow Rich on Amazon. The one I link to above is the one I personally own and use.

Note: If you're a student of Mr. Wattles' writings, as I am, I highly recommend you read books and articles outside his writings selectively (very selectively!), if at all, with your "Wallace D. Wattles glasses" on. What's that mean? It means if you're going to read something outside his writings, you do so from the perspective of or through the "lens" of Mr. Wattles' writings and reject or modify anything that conflicts with them. What if you can't do that? What if you tend to get easily confused or off track? Then I don't, repeat don't, recommend your reading whatever it is your considering reading, at least not right now.

Related Pages:

How to Get What You Want by Wallace D. Wattles

Wallace D. Wattles Advanced Vision Guide

Wallace D. Wattles Quick Start & Advanced Vision Bundle

Wallace D. Wattles Quick Start Guide

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Resource:

Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill