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"Organized Planning" in New Think & Grow Rich (Author)

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http://ThinkRich.com 4 more. Author Ted Ciuba reads & comments on passages from the chapter 6, "Organized Planning" from *The New Think and Grow Rich* - Revised Edition.

Some passages from the book carry the message ringing clear:

"Building plans need not be a difficult, time-consuming project. With your definite chief aim burning in your heart, it’s just a matter of fol¬lowing some basic planning procedures, and then recursively refining them as you move forward, as further thought, results, or opportunities suggest."

"In its simplest essence it’s just a matter of starting with a clear description of where you want to end up (your goal or definite chief aim), connecting that with where you are now, and filling in the blanks along a time line of the things you must do / achieve to reach your goal."

"If you study the ways of providing a product or service, invest the time necessary to make organized plans to acquire the means of marketing and delivery of your goods and services, implement your plans with a Master-Mind team with passion and determination, and adjust and adapt your plan as you get feedback from your implementation, you, riding on the back of the Law of Economics, rise to victory in your chosen field. "

Includes stops along the way including...

> How To Build Plans Which Are Practical
> Temporary Defeat Is Not Failure
> You Cannot Get Rich By “Taking”— It Just Doesn’t Work That Way
> Rise To Victory

"Opportunity spreads its wares before you. Step up to the front, select what you want, create your plan, put the plan into action, and follow through with persistence. The divine law of “as you sow, so shall you reap” or “the observer affects the observed” will do the rest."

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