Think & Grow Rich Lessons
David Calicotte Hannibal, Missouri, USA

Posted: 2016-04-06




Until reading this book, I never gave my imagination much thought.  I guess I just figured it was 

for day dreaming or what I call wishful thinking.  I didn't realize that your imagination is where it

all begins.  Or that your hunches, inspirations and ideas are all products of your imagination.

But you have to pay attention to your imagination, by stopping all the chatter and listening to

what your brain is telling you and then acting upon it.  I can't even begin to count how many

times I've had these hunches and ideas come to me and I just let them slip away.  But not

anymore.  I'm going to do what Michael says, from now on whenever an idea or hunch comes

into my mind I'm going to stop right then and there and write it down so I don't forget it.  I'm

also going to start using both the synthetic and creative sides of my imagination as much

as I can so they will become more alert and receptive to these inspirations and ideas.


It just amazes me how much more I learn every time I read this book.




Forever grateful,

David Calicotte