Ray Lalonde Kitchener, Ontario, Canada
You have learned that everything man creates or acquires, begins in the form of desire,
that desire is taken on the first lap of its journey, from the abstract to the concrete,
into the workshop of the IMAGINATION, where Plans for its transition are created and organized.
In chapter two. You were instructed to take six definite, practical steps as your first move in translating
the desire for money into its monetary equivalent.
If the first plan which you adopt does not work successfully, replace it with a new plan, if this new plan
fails to work, replace it, in turn with still another, and so on, until you find a plan which DOES WORK.
The most intelligent man living cannot succeed in accumulating money-nor in any other undertaking –withou
t plans which are practical and workable.
Temporary defeat should mean only one thing, the certain knowledge that there is something wrong with the plan.
No man is ever whipped. Until he QUITS-in his own mind.
A QUITTER NEVER WINS-AND-A WINNER NEVER QUITS