Think & Grow Rich Lessons
Martin Staunfeldt Vojens, Denmark, Denmark

Posted: 2016-03-31

Chapter 6, Imagination

Hill describes the two kind of Imaginations, the
Synthetic and the Creative.

The Synthetic that let us work on a task. Just like
a pussle with a fixed number of pieces in front of
us. We can put the pieces together in anyway we
would like. We can even cut the pieces and clue them
together as we would like. But the limitation is
that we only have those pieces in front of us to 
work with.

The Creative cant live without the Synthetic. As we
work the Synthetic, the Creative will drop brand new
pieces in front of us. If our eyes are open we will
see these new pieces. If we don't act upon these
new pieces, they will quickly disappear again. And we
will have lost the opportunity to build something
truly great like the light bulb or the Mentoring
For Free system.

To have these brand new pieces break loose and 
appear in front of you. You will need a conscious
exceedingly vibrating mind like the emotion of a
strong desire. The only way to do that. Make a plan
and repeatedly take action on that plan using your
Synthetic Imagination.

So as Napoleon Hill writes "Center your attention, 
for the time being, on the development of the 
synthetic imagination, because this is the faculty 
which you will use more often in the process of 
converting desire into money." and the Creative
Imagination will show it self automatically.

Martin Staunfeldt, Denmark