The Mastermind Principle by Napoleon Hill http://arkarthick.com/2011/03/23/napoleon-hill-success-nuggets-lolcats
1. a person with the ability or power to use, control, or dispose of something: a master of six languages; to be master of one’s fate.
2. an owner of a slave, animal, etc.
3. an employer of workers or servants.
4. the male head of a household.
5. a person eminently skilled in something, as an occupation, art, or science: the great masters of the Impressionist period.
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1. a person who is the property of and wholly subject to another; a bond servant.
2. a person entirely under the domination of some influence or person: a slave to a drug.
3. a drudge: a housekeeping slave.
4. a slave ant.
5. Photography . a subsidiary flash lamp actuated through its photoelectric cell when the principal flash lamp is discharged.
Moral Of The Story
The Master Mind (The Law Of Success Lesson 1 by Napoleon Hill)
Lesson 1: Introduction: The concept of The Master Mind, which Dr. Hill defines “as a mind that is developed through the harmonious cooperation of two or more people who ally themselves for the purpose of accomplishing any given task.” Hill uses ideas from physics to illustrate the synergy that occurs between like-minded individuals. He also warns of the danger to the master mind group of any single member who thinks negatively. Another key insight from Hill is that knowledge is not power â€“ it is only potential power. He defines power as “…organized knowledge, expressed through intelligent efforts.” The master mind group makes this happen.
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Greetings Earthlings and T.G.I.M. (Thank God It’s Monday!)
Upon searching for an image to add an illustration to the definition of slave as listed above, the images of African Americans in bondage occupy most of the gallery on booth Google and Bing including but not limited to images from the 2014 Academy Award for Best Picture 12 Years A Slave, yet since in my honest opinion as an author and content creator, mastery of ones own mind is dependent on independent thinking abilities, the decision was made to feature a literary work from a working girl on #MoneyMonday to offer yet another different perspective to consider.