Chapter 2: The magic of thinking big

Chapter 2: The magic of thinking big, How to think like a leader? success means many wonderful, The seven basic fears which appear most often in the minds of men, Nine basic motives of life, All human activities are inspired by one or more of the nine basic motives of life, Fifty major causes of failure.

How to think like a leader?

  1. Trade minds with the people you want to influence.
  2. Think: what is the human way to handle it.
  3. Think progress, believe in progress, push for progress.
  4. Take time out to confer with yourself.
  5. Consider the other person’s situation, put yourself in his shoes, so to speak.
  6. Think improvement in everything you do.
  7. Think high standard in everything you do.


Success means many wonderful, positive things, success means personal prosperity, financial security, winning admiration, leadership, being looked up to by people in your business and social life. Success means freedom: freedom from worries, fear, frustration and failure. Success means self respect, continually finding more real happiness and satisfaction from life, being able to do more for those who depend on you.

Every human being wants success. Everybody wants the best this life can deliver. Nobody enjoy crawling, living in mediocrity. No one likes feeling second class and feeling force to go that way.

Some of the most practical success building wisdom is found in that biblical quotation stating that faith can move mountains.

Believe, really believe, you can move a mountain and you can,not many people believe that they can move mountains, so, as a result, not many people do.

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Seven basic fear:

The seven basic fears which appear most often in the minds of men are:

  1. Fear of poverty
  2. The fear of criticism
  3. The fear of ill health
  4. The fear of loss of love
  5. The fear of loss of liberty
  6. The fear of old age
  7. The fear of death

Nine basic motives of life:

All human activities are inspired by one or more of the nine basic motives of life, viz:

  1. The emotion of ”love”
  2. The emotion of “sex”
  3. The desire for “material gain”
  4. The desire for “self-preservation”
  5. The desire for  ”freedom of body and mind”
  6. The desire for “self-expression”
  7. The desire for “perpetuation of life after death”
  8. The desire for  “anger”
  9. The desire for “ fear”

Fifty major causes of failure:

  1. The habit of drifting with circumstances without definite aims or purposes.
  2. Unfavorable physical heredity at birth.
  3. Meddlesome curiosity with other people’s affairs.
  4. Lack of definite major purpose as a life goal.
  5. Inadequate schooling.
  6. Lack of self-discipline.
  7. Lack of ambition to aim above mediocrity.
  8. Ill health, generally due to wrong thinking, improper diet, and lake of physical exercise.
  9. Unfavorable environmental influences during childhood.
  10. Lack of persistence in carrying through to finish that which are starts.
  11. A Negative mental attitude as a fixation of habit.
  12. Lack of control over the emotions of the heart.
  13. Desire for something for nothing, usually expressed in the habit of gambling.
  14. Failure to reach decisions promptly and definitely and to stand by them after they have been made.
  15. One or more of the seven basic fear.
  16. Wrong selection of a mate in marriage.
  17. Over-caution in business and professional relationship.
  18. Lack of all form of caution.
  19. Wrong choice of associates in business or professional pursuits.
  20. Lack of concentration of effort on the task at hand at a given time.
  21. Habit of indiscrimination spending without a budget control over income and expenditure.
  22. Failure to budget and use time to the best advantage.
  23. Lack of control enthusiasm.
  24. Intolerance a closed mind based particularly on ignorance or prejudice in connection with religious, political and economic subjects.
  25. The possession of power and wealth not based on merit or not earned.
  26. Lack of the spirit of loyalty to those to whom loyalty is due.
  27. Egotism and vanity not under control.
  28. The habit of forming opinions and building plans without basing them on first-hand knowledge of the necessary facts.
  29. Lack of vision and imagination sufficient to recognize favourable opportunities.
  30. Unwillingness to go the extra mile in rendering service.
  31. The desire for revenge for real or imaginary injuries by others.
  32. The habit of conversing in terms of vulgarity or profanity.
  33. The habit of indulging in negative gossip about the affairs of other people.
  34. Unbelief in the existence of infinite intelligence.
  35. Lack of knowledge of how to engage in prayer so as to bring a positive result.
  36. Failure to benefit from the counsel of others whose experience one often.
  37. Carelessness in payment of personal debts.
  38. The habit of laying or unduly modifying the truth.
  39. The habit of offering criticism where it has not been invited.
  40. Greed for material possessions one does not need.
  41. Lack of self-confidence of adequate proportions for the fulfilment of one’s chosen objectives.
  42. The habit of Drug addicting.
  43. The habit of serving as their own lawyers in connection with contracts and legal matters.
  44. The habit of endorsing other people’s notes when the risk is not justified.
  45. The habit of leaving today on tomorrow.
  46. Failure to cooperate with others in a spirit of harmony.
  47. The habit of running away from unpleasant circumstances instead of mastering them.
  48. The habit of talking too much and listening too little.
  49. The habit of accepting favours from others without reciprocating.
  50. International dishonesty in business and professional relations.

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