Today's subject is the 13 named principles of The NEW Think and Grow Rich. From time to time someone asks me—and sometimes I wonder why it doesn't happen more often, but maybe I already have the answer—"Should I memorize the 13 principles of The NEW Think and Grow Rich?"

I usually refer to them as the 13 named principles of The NEW Think and Grow Rich. They're the same as the ones in Napoleon Hill's original book, just changed a little for the new version. And my answer is: "Well, I'm not really sure—but it sure can’t hurt!"

Here they are:

1. Desire
2. Faith
3. Autosuggestion
4. Specialized Knowledge
5. Imagination
6. Organized Planning
7. Decision
8. Persistence
9. MasterMind
10. Passion
11. The Subconscious
12. The Brain
13. HoloMagic

But should you memorize them? I don't know. I think you'd have a good awareness of them all no matter what. On the other hand, if you do memorize them, it gives you a little aid to check yourself on at any time. To this end, let me say…

One, Desire. I think that's the most important thing. Two, Faith—it's the second one. You can have desire (and desire does come first), but without believing it you'll never set it in motion. In fact, there have been significant teachers throughout the years, centuries, and millennia who have put great stock in faith and belief.

Number 3, Autosuggestion. You've got to change your habitual thinking. If you agree that your results are the outcome of your habitual thinking—and they are, whether you agree they are or not—you've got to change things if you don't have what you want. So… autosuggestion and, of course, HoloMagic Wealth Programming—that program is a neuro re-patterning system that can do it for you.

Either way, YOU've got to intervene.

Number 4, Specialized Knowledge. Seems to be the four cardinal points—something solid and good in the material world. Number 5…this is interesting. Imagination. It's the number of the Pentagon, the number of war—what is that saying about Imagination? It does get you stirred up, doesn't it?

Number 6, Organized Planning—looks like a perfect diamond to me. Get clear, get clarity. Number 7—7 is always such a lucky number. Destines have turned on 7. Seven is Decision.

Eight, turn it over on its side, and it's the symbol of eternity. Forever and ever and ever interlooping, interlooping, interlooping—Persistence.

Number 9, the 3 times 3, the 3 triangles stacked on top of one another, special, power, synergy, the MasterMind. Number 10, Passion. Remember, 10 reduces to 1 when you add the digits together, which is desire—passion. Number 11, the Subconscious. It's a reflection. There's one on both sides, mind-environment.

Number 12, the Brain. You're taking it to the bank, because this is how you intentionally invoke the universe, and impulse is a self-fulfilling prophecy in the Law of Attraction. Number 13, the luckiest thing of all, The Sixth Sense, HoloMagic.

Now you have the 13 named principles of The NEW Think and Grow Rich!

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Author's Bio: 

Ted Ciuba, “living legend” and bestselling author of The NEW Think and Grow Rich, Ted Ciuba is one of the world's top human potential trainers. He helps people find, define, and actualize their passions to transmute their intangible desires into real money. To find out more about Ciuba, how he can help you, and to collect $297 worth of free gifts visit HoloMagic.com