Saturday, April 21, 2012

The Master-Mind Test - Lesson 4

The Master-Mind Test

So today we, as in I, decided to make two posts regarding the Master-Mind. Tomorrow's Master-Mind plan will deal with mastery. As a prequel, in order to know if you have successful mastered the Master-Mind, you must overcome all or at least the vast majority of the following 15 ideas. You should rate yourself, have your closest friends rate you, and even people who may not know you well but have formed opinions of you based on what they do know.

You should have each person rate you on a scale of 1-10 for each topic.

You will then add up the total score and divide by 15. Ideally your score should be above 80%.

People that have truly achieved success have scored very well. Henry Ford received a 91, Ben Franklin a 90, George Washington an 86.

I. Clearly Defined Goals
II. Self-Confidence
III. Habit of Saving Money
IV. Initiative and Leadership
V. Imagination
VI. Self-Control
VII. Enthusiasm
VIII. Habit of Doing More Than Paid For
IX. Pleasing Personality
X. Accurate Thinking
XI. Concentration
XII. Co-operation
XIII. Profiting by Failure
XIV. Tolerance
XV. Practicing the Golden Rule

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