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Napoleon Hill Think and Grow Rich! The Seventh Step Toward Wealth: Deciding

Napoleon Hill Think and Grow Rich!

Chapter 7: The Seventh Step Toward Wealth: Deciding

You will see how the decision appears in the comments

and how it must be implemented.

You will understand the need to reap the benefits,

how and when to profit.


Experience is not what happens to you;

it’s what you do with what happens to you. ― Aldous Huxley


Make today worth remembering. — Zig Ziglar

I analyzed 25,000 failure cases.

And have discovered that the bigger the job,

the more dangerous the indecision becomes.

Every single one of us struggles

with the habit of putting aside.

When you finish reading this book,

you will have the opportunity

to test your ability

to make quick and specific decisions

because the principles presented here must be put into practice!

Biographies of great fortunes have much in common:

owners make decisions very quickly,

but change decisions slowly and carefully.

And all the losers are very similar in reverse:

they make decisions very slowly,

but change decisions very quickly and often.

Mr. Ford was in the habit of making quick decisions

and was so averse

to change that the myth of his stubbornness

and stubbornness was formed.

It is said that it is this personality

that has motivated him to continue

to produce the car model (the ugliest car in the world),

while all the advisors

and many customers demand a replacement.

It is possible that in this case Mr. Ford is slow

to innovate, but on the other hand,

is it not this stubbornness

that has brought him many millions of dollars?

And is the stubborn stubbornness

to defend the decision more

than the procrastination and swinging

from one extreme to another?

“The fastest way to become a millionaire is

to increase your knowledge

by taking public speaking courses.”– Bill Gove


The most valuable lessons in life cannot be taught,

they must be experienced. ― Liam Payne


People with little money often cling

to the advice of others.

They allow the press and gossipy neighbors

to think for them.

Advice is the cheapest commodity in the world.

Just ask anyone

– he’ll give you tons of advice.

But if you decide on the basis of other people’s opinions,

you won’t succeed at anything,

especially if you want to turn your dreams into money.

And if you can’t do

without the advice of others,

maybe it’s

because you don’t have any dreams yourself?

Don’t tell anyone about your work except

for members of your BrainCenter.

Of course, when selecting these members,

make sure they understand

and agree with your goals.

Close friends and relatives often accidentally trip you up

with their opinions or jokes.

Tens of thousands of people suffer

from lack of confidence because of the jokes

and sometimes not malicious

but equally stupid judgments of others.

After all,

you have your own head

let your brain decide for itself.

And if to do that you need facts

or information from others,

then find out all you need

but don’t reveal your goals.

There is a very characteristic point for people

that when they know something,

people often pretend

that they know everything

and know more.

Such people love to talk.

As for you,

if you want to learn how to make quick decisions,

it’s better to stay focused and silent.

People who talk a lot are people who do little.

If you talk more than you listen,

first of all,

you’ll get less benefit,

and two,

you’ll probably leave your plans open

to people who are eager

to take advantage of this to trap you.

Because people are very jealous.

And imagine that you talk a lot in the presence

of a really smart person

with whom you want to work.

He will quickly determine your actual level

of knowledge or find you empty.

So follow the rule:


and restraint.

Don’t forget that no one turns down the prospect of becoming rich.

So, if you generously share your plans,

don’t be surprised that among your listeners,

someone will pre-implement your (former!)

So your first decision should be:

ears – up,

mouth – locked.

To remind yourself,

write in large letters

and hang them in plain view:

what you know

– tell the world.

But first,

take action!

Or like this:

Judge people not by their words,

but by their deeds.

Patience, focus and passion are the devices

that play a key role in success.

Because of these things,

the majority are still looking for security

and the greats still decide to start

and build a business.

“Those who know the simple rules of deciding

to make a lot of money

will have a lot of money.” – George Clason


Turn a perceived risk into an asset. — Aaron Patzer


Usually big decisions require a lot of courage

and sometimes risk your life.

This is associated with all the great decisions

in the development history of human civilization.

The famous Bill of Rights that brought freedom

to the colored people of America was decided

by President Lincoln to publish

while he fully understood that thousands of friends

and those who were politically supporting him

would return back to him.

The decision of the Socrates philosophe

r to drain the potion rather

than abandon his point of view was a courageous one.

Centuries have passed,

but it is thanks to him that we have our freedom today speech

and freedom of thought.

When General Robert E.Li seceded from the Union

and courageously decided to sided with the South,

he understood better than anyone

that this could be worth his life

and at the very least claimed many love soldiers’ lives wish.

Instead of waiting for this,

great people look for problems

to solve for a part of society.

They are the contributors

to the technological innovation track record.

They use their brains

to solve problems not to move society forward

but to advance themselves,

and as a result we all benefit.

In the end,

a vision without the ability to execute

it is probably a hallucination. — Steve Case 



Be brave.

Take risks.

Nothing can substitute experience. ― Paulo Coelho

But the most important decision

for the American people was passed

on July 4, 1776 in Philadelphia,

when fifty-six statesmen put pen

to paper on a document capable

of bringing freedom to America

or hanging neck for all fifty-six people!

Of course you’ve heard this famous story,

but you’re not sure if you’ve learned the lesson.

History! We know history as it has been taught to us.

We remember the dates

and names of the warriors Welly Forge,

Yorktown, George Washington,

Duke of Kornuelis.

But do we know anything about the actual forces behind these names,

the dates and events that brought America to freedom

before George Washington’s army reached Yorktown?

You cannot find in any historical novel a single reminder

of this invincible power that gave birth to

and brought freedom to a people

whose fate has determined to continue on the path

and establishes the standards of independence

for all the peoples of the world.

And that is a tragedy.

The tragedy is because this same power should be used

by everyone to overcome difficulties

and make life pay them what they deserve.

Let us consider once more the events that give rise to this force.

Boston, March 5, 1770.

British soldiers patrolled the streets,

threatening the colonists with their presence.

The people were angry,

they hurled stones and sarcasm,

until the officer ordered:

Oh Prepare to fight!

Started a fight, many people died and were injured.

The whole people are displeased.

To discuss the event,

the Provincial Council of the most prestigious people met.

Two of them, John Hankok and Samuel Adams,

gave bold speeches.

They demanded decisive measures

to drive the British out of Boston.

We have enough reason to believe

that the decision made in the minds of

these two men was the beginning of American freedom.

This is a dangerous decision,

because come to think of it,

it requires a lot of courage and conviction.

Samuel Adams was assigned to meet Governor Hatchinson

to demand the withdrawal of British troops from the city.

The request was accepted,

the troops withdrew from Boston,

but the problem was not completely resolved.

It started a process

that later led to a change in the direction of human development.

“If you keep doing what you’ve always done,

you’ll get what you’ve always done always receive”

The secret is not in the mechanics of money,

but in the way of thinking that makes money.

Once you know how to think,

you will have endless possibilities for making money. ― Steve Siebold


Help others achieve their dreams and you will achieve yours. ―Les Brown


Richard Henry Li became a notable figure in our story

because of his frequent correspondence with Samuel Adams.

These pioneers shared their concerns

and hopes for the well-being

and happiness of their people.

During the correspondence,

it occurred to Sir Adams that the very exchange of letters

between representatives

of all the thirteen colonies could foster the coordination

that governs all efforts necessary

to carry out the task of placing the order out.

Two years after the clash

with British soldiers at Boston (March 1772),

S. Adams proposed to the Council

to establish a Committee of Corresponds,

consisting of many reporters from all colonies,

to cooperate in friendship for the benefit of the British.

British American colonies.

In fact, it was the first forging of the organized power

that freed you and me:

the Brain Center that included S. Adams,

R. Li and J. Hankok was formed.

Before that,

colonists everywhere rebelled against the British army,

as in the Boston incident mentioned above,

but in general, the benefit was little.

For lack of a Brain Center to guide individual forces

and unite the strength of all hearts,

minds and souls to solve the only problem of all colonies

the problem of relations with England.

Meanwhile, the British did not waste time in vain.

Their plan was not spontaneous

but emanated from a common operating center.

Their plan was underpinned by finance and an organized army.

Those who learn will inherit all the essence of the earth.

Life is the art of drawing without an eraser. ― John W. Gardner 


Don’t play games that you don’t understand,

even if you see lots of other people making money from them. — Tony Hsieh


In place of Hatchinson,

the newly appointed governor of Massachusetts was Mr. Gage,

who decided to use repression

to put an end to opposition activity.

To this end, Governor Gage sent someone to meet Samuel Adams.

To better understand what happened,

let’s listen to part of the dialogue

between S.Adams and Colonel Fenton.

Colonel Fenton:

Oh, in the name of Governor Gage, Mr. Adams,

I would like to inform you that the governor has full discretion

to negotiate the terms under

which you agree to leave the opposition

and return to the Government.

The governor wholeheartedly advised him not

to continue to displease him.

His actions, according

to a deed issued by King Henrich VIII,

may well fall under the provision that those

who commit treason

or refuse to report the treachery may be sent back

to England to be repatriated.

To go to court in the event that the governor

of that province files a petition.

But if he changed his political direction,

not only would he be personally satisfied,

but he could also restore relations with the king.

Samuel Adams was faced with a choice:

either accept a bribe and leave the opposition,

or continue to fight with the risk of being hanged.

The time had come,

rather the time had come

for Adams to make a life-or-death decision.

And Adams made Colonel Fenton promise his honor

that he would deliver the answer verbatim to the governor.

He said the following:

Oh Colonel can you tell the governor

that my soul has long lived in peace with the king of kings,

and no one’s personal opinion can force me

to leave the cause of justice of my country.

And let the colonel convey

to Governor Gage the advice of Samuel Adams not to continue

to slander the sentiments of a cornered people.

Upon receiving Adams’ cynical reply,

the governor became enraged

and issued the following statement:

Oh, in the name of the king,

I appeal and promise leniency to those

who lay down their arms

and return to their duties. gentle citizens.

Samuel Adams and John Hankok,

whose acts were too despicable

to expect anything but punishment,

were excluded from the names of those

who could hope for leniency.

In modern parlance, S.Adams

and J.Hankok were blacklisted.

The governor’s angry threat prompted them

to come to another equally dangerous decision.

They immediately gathered their most loyal followers in secret.

After everyone had gathered,

Adams locked the door,

put the key in his pocket,

and announced to everyone that it was absolutely time

to call the congress of the colonists.

And no one will leave this room

until a decision is made!

Everyone is worried.

Consider all possible consequences of this basic move.

Doubting the wisdom

of the decision was too specific

and provocative for this king.

But among them are two people

who are immune to fear

and despite the possibility of failure. – J.Hankok and S.Adams.

By the force of their powerful minds,

all agreed that the Correspondence Committee

should do all that was necessary

to hold the First Continental Congress on September 5, 1774, in Philadelphia.

Remember this date.

It is even more important than July 4, 1776,

because without the decision

to hold that Continental Congress,

the Declaration of Independence would not have been made.

Before the day of the congress,

the leader of another region also had creative concerns

when he released the “Common view on the rights of British America”.

It was Thomas Jefferson of Virginia,

whose relations with Duke Danmor

(the king’s representative in Virginia) were as strained as those

between J.Hankok and S.Adams with their governor.

After posting the box General view of rights .

Famously, T. Jefferson was informed that he was

to be punished for being accused

of treason against the British government.

Hearing this threat, Patric Henry,

one of Jefferson’s comrades,

boldly uttered the famous phrase of the century:

“If it’s betrayal, betray it as much as possible.”

During the two-year period,

with breaks,

of the First Continental Congress,

it was these same people,

who had no power,

no military force, no money,

who discussed the numbers part of the colony,

until June 7, 1776,

when Richard Henry Li stood up and said:

oh my lords! I believe that the Colonial Union should

and must be an independent nation,

free from all forms of dependence on the British king,

and that all political relations

between the United States

and Great Britain must be destroyed.

Learning how to get rich is not just about

how to have a lot of money,

but you have to know

what kind of person you need to be

in terms of personality

and mindset to become rich.

The greater the passive income you can build,

the freer you will become. ―Todd M. Fleming


You cannot have a million-dollar dream

with a minimum wage work ethic. ― Stephan C. Hogan


Mr. Li’s bold proposal was discussed

with great enthusiasm,

and most importantly for so long,

that he himself began to feel impatient.

A few days later he asked

to speak and declared boldly:

Oh, Mr. Chairman!

My proposal has been discussed for several days.

But this is our only way out.

Then why, sir, are we still wavering and procrastinating?

Let this wonderful day be the birthday of the republic of America.

Let America rise,

not to destroy and conquer,

but to restore peace and law.

Before the statement was made to be voted on,

R.H.Li was forced

to return to Virginia

because of a family member’s illness.

Before he left,

he passed the job on to his friend Thomas Jefferson,

who promised to fight

until a new result was achieved.

And not long after that,

the president of the Hankok Congress appointed T. Jefferson

as chairman of the Committee

to draft the Declaration of Independence.

The document was drafted,

and on June 23,

the General Assembly reviewed the draft for the first time.

After several days of discussion and revision,

the Declaration was approved.

On July 4, 1776, before the General Assembly,

Thomas Jefferson boldly read the decision unprecedented in human history:

When a nation feels the need

to break all political ties binding them

to another people and transitioning to the equal,

sovereign state that the law

and God have afforded them,

respecting world opinion requires

that nation to claim the cause

that impels them to spend independent right.

When T. Jefferson finished,

the document was passed

and fifty-six men signed it,

and each of them,

with his signature,

staked his own life.

Thanks to this decision,

a nation was born,

by its existence affirming the right

to self-determination of other peoples.

Analyze the events leading up

to the adoption of the Declaration of Independence,

and you will understand that the powerful

and venerable nation of modern times was born

when fifty-six men of the Brain Center cell died

determine the fate of that country.

It was their decision

that ensured the success of Washington’s military,

because the spirit of that decision permeated every soldier’s heart,

because that spirit did not accept the word defeat.

It is the spiritual strength

that has led the nation to this freedom

that is needed to form a hardness of character.

The principles described in this book are part of that power.

In the story of the Declaration of Independence can be separated very clearly.

These are desires,




brain centers

and planning organizations.

When times are bad is

when the real entrepreneurs emerge. — Robert Kiyosaki 


If you don’t find a way to make money while you sleep,

you will work until you die. ― Warren Buffett


Acquainted with the philosophy of this book,

you have come across the claim that thoughts,

reinforced by passionate desire,

tend to transform into their material equivalents.

What can confirm the truth of these words better than the story just told

or the history of the founding of the American Steel Association?

Want to understand success methodology?

First of all, don’t look for miracles,

because no magic at all.

Only the eternal laws of nature that those

who have enough faith

and courage to apply will also grasp.

Whatever it is gaining freedom

or accumulating capital is the same.

Leaders in any field make decisions very quickly and clearly.

This is the main reason

why they become leaders.

The world has always reserved a place

for the person whose words

and deeds represent:

he knows where he is going.

The habit of indecisiveness infects people

from a young age.

It becomes a chronic disease

if a boy graduates from high school

and graduate school

without setting his own goals.

Many young people look for any job

and grab the first job they find.

Those people are always impatient 98% of salaried people do not know

how to achieve the desired status,

and in general how to find the employer that offers the job.

Consistency always requires courage,

sometimes great.

As we said, the fifty-six men

who signed the Declaration of Independence were betting their lives on it.

But, it is impossible to be financially independent,

not to be rich,

to be successful in commerce

or any hobby without a mature

and goal-oriented approach.

Anyone who desires wealth as strongly as Samuel Adams desires freedom

for America will surely achieve it.

Rich people understand

that the order to success must be: IS, DO, YES.

Rich people plan for four generations.

Poor people plan for Saturday night. — Gloria Steinem


“To attract attractive people,

you must be attractive.” — Jim Rohn


Lack of determination is the main cause of all failures.

Your brain, not someone else’s,

controls your world.

The 1776 decision in Philadelphia still injects strength

and confidence to America today.

The independent spirit is tuned to the waves

of the power that governs the world.

Be firm with indecisiveness

– your own and that of others.

To decide if it’s effective,

analyze how other people do it.

The burning desire

for freedom will bring freedom.

The burning desire for wealth will bring wealth.

The voice you believe will determine the future you experience. ― Steven Furtick


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