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Summary of Mark Victor Hansen's How to Think Bigger (eBook)

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#1 Bob’s story is a great example of how thinking big can help you achieve your goals. Bob was a firefighter in Canada, and he was earning $4,000 a year. He quit the fire department to pursue his dream of earning $25,000 a year. He eventually sold the company and learned how to invest his life in seeking the answers to his questions.

#2 Bob Proctor was a prime example of how someone can become an unconscious competent. He had no college education, no connections, and only an idea. But he badly wanted out of the prison of a low-paying job. He read Think and Grow Rich, and that lit his fire.

#3 The twenty-one-day rule states that it takes 21 days for an old habit or belief to fall to the side and a new one to take its place. Work this rule, and keep positive even if you don’t see results right away.

#4 The first step to elevate your thinking is to find like-minded people who are willing to dream-team with you. You must also exercise your imagination. By creating and working from different ideas, visions, perspectives, and dreams, you’ll begin to own them for yourself.

Please note: This is a companion version & not the original book. Book Preview:

#1 Bob’s story is a great example of how thinking big can help you achieve your goals. Bob was a firefighter in Canada, and he was earning $4,000 a year. He quit the fire department to pursue his dream of earning $25,000 a year. He eventually sold the company and learned how to invest his life in seeking the answers to his questions.

#2 Bob Proctor was a prime example of how someone can become an unconscious competent. He had no college education, no connections, and only an idea. But he badly wanted out of the prison of a low-paying job. He read Think and Grow Rich, and that lit his fire.

#3 The twenty-one-day rule states that it takes 21 days for an old habit or belief to fall to the side and a new one to take its place. Work this rule, and keep positive even if you don’t see results right away.

#4 The first step to elevate your thinking is to find like-minded people who are willing to dream-team with you. You must also exercise your imagination. By creating and working from different ideas, visions, perspectives, and dreams, you’ll begin to own them for yourself.


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