I heard you mention the three secrets, what are they?
Milton, if you have heard The Three Secrets mentioned and not explained, you probably have got a hold of some old training I did as I was working this all out. There are still things circulating on the internet that I did 20 years or more ago and either I or someone else put them up when the internet was becoming popular. I suggest you go to the home page and sign up for the free resource list to bring you up to speed, but I will touch on this here.
The Three Steps To Wealth are:
1. Get the information.
2. Study the information.
3. Use and apply the information.
The Three Secrets To The Three Steps To Wealth are:
1. You must get the correct information.
2. You must study it not until you know it, but it has changed you.
3. You must apply that information in a certain way.
Take the information, fly fishing is a bit different than fly baseballs. You must have the correct information for what you are trying to do. I got mine from millionaires and billionaires and in my training I cover that and explain how I got it in depth.
Now on to study. Frank has studied the flight manual, do you want to go up on his first flight and with no instructor on board? Me neither. No amount of reading the flight manual will make you a pilot. It takes a different type of study to change you into a pilot.
Apply the information in a certain way. There is a certain way to go about this outlined in Wallace Wattles book, "The Science Of Getting Rich." That is a bit more involved than I can go into here, but it has to do with intention, creation, efficiency and effectiveness to name a few things.
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best and be blest,
Scott Hogue CChH
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