What’s your mental attitude like right now? Is it Positive or Negative? It’s a rhetorical question you don’t have to answer; not that I can hear you, even if you wanted to answer me. But, while you are thinking about it, you might want to consider some more of the things Stone and Hill discuss in this chapter.
We read here that the burden of teaching lies upon those who want to teach, just as much as the burden of learning lies upon the one who wants to learn. Hill and Stone tell us that success can most certainly be copied. So, if we are willing to listen to folks who have more experience than us, we can take from them the information that is good and helpful in achieving our own goals.
The authors emphasize here, too, that their book, “Success Through A Positive Mental Attitude,” is not something you will want to read just once. They suggest, after reading it a few times by yourself, you read it again with a loved one or friend if possible; discussing it point by point. They say you will want to make sure to memorize the success principles in their book and assimilate these principles into your day to day life; thus, insuring their 17 Success Principles will work for you.