Think & Grow Rich Lessons
Robert Clark Colorado Springs, CO, United States

Posted: 2018-11-28

Chapter 7 - ORGANIZED PLANNING

Ally yourself with as many people you need to carry out your plan.

Decide what benefits you will offer allies for their cooperation.

Select allies that believe in your vision and make them part of your “Master Mind” group.

Maintain harmony with the “Master Mind” and meet regularly to discuss plans be persistent in trying plans until a plan works.

Temporary defeat is NOT permanent failure.

A QUITTER NEVER WINS AND A WINNER NEVER QUITS.

Become an intelligence follower to become a great leader.

Intelligent followers acquire knowledge from his leader.

Intelligent followers will not be dominated by a leader who lacks self-confidence and courage.

SELF-CONTROL - a man who cannot control himself cannot control others.

A leader must have definiteness of decision and be sure of himself.

A leader must plan his work and work his plan. He cannot be too busy to organize details.

A leader must do more than he requires of his followers.

A leader needs a pleasing personality to gain respect of his followers.

A leader sympathizes with followers to understand their problems.

A leader must display mastery of details.

A leader must take full responsibility for the shortcomings of his followers.

A great leader claims none of the honors and credits his followers.

LEADERSHIP CALLS FOR POWER AND POWER CALLS FOR COOPERATION.

A leader must have great imagination for plans in times of emergencies.

A leader must remain loyal to his trust and followers.

A leader shows how to apply knowledge through practice.

QQS: quality, quantity, spirit.

Services delivered in high spirit can compensate for lower quality and quantity but not vice versa.

Demanding more pay for less service will not and cannot bring riches without effort.

America offers an abundance of opportunities and freedom compared to the rest of the world’s countries.

The Law of Economics does not tolerate getting without giving.

Thanks to Linda and Michael Dlouhy for all you do for us.

Thanks to my Mentor Bob Shoaf for being their for me.

Your Friend,

Robert Clark

Colorado Springs, CO