Bill Riske Houston, Texas, USA
We learn from this chapter there are two kinds of knowledge, general knowledge and specialized knowledge. I rerfer to general knowledge as book learning. That takes me back to my Army days. Here you have a second Lieutenant fresh out of colledge telling a seargent with twenty plus years of service and possibly combat service what to do.
This seargent had already applied many tactics while this lieutenant was a very young boy or possibly before he was born. The smart lieutenants listened and learned from the veteran seargent.
You hear the staement (knowledge is power). NO (Applied knowledge is power)
Before you can be sure of your ability to transmute desire into its monetary equivalent you will require specialized knowledge of the service, merchandise
or porofession which you intend to offer in return for fortune.
One way to do this is through a "Master Mind" group.
The accumulation of great fortunes calls for power and power is acquired through hihgly organnized and inteligently directed knowledge, but that knowledge does not necassarily have to be in the possession of man who accumulates the fortune.
My thanks to Michael & Linda Dlouhy, and Bob Shoaf who introduced me to this training. I have learned so much in the few weeks I have been able to participate, and continue to learn each and every day.. THNK YOU! THANK YOU!
Learning More & More Every Day