This section is from the book "Applications of Psychology to the Problems of Personal and Business Efficiency", by Warren Hilton. Also available from Amazon: Psychology and Achievement - Applied Psychology 12 Volume Set.
MARK now again our seven fundamental principles of Success-Achievement with the addition of certain others now established.
I. All human achievement comes about through some form of bodily activity.
II. All bodily activity is caused, controlled and directed by the mind.
III. The mind is the instrument that we must employ in the accomplish-ment of any purpose.
IV. You have but one mind, but it is a mind with phases of consciousness and phases of subconsciousness.
V. Your consciousness is made up in part of present sensory experiences and in part of complexes drawn from subconsciousness.
VI. Your subconsciousness is a reservoir of classified complexes made up of ideas, emotions and motor impulses.
VII. The presence of any idea in your consciousness tends simultaneously to produce an associated "feeling" and to impel you to certain appropriate muscular activities.
VIII. The attention determines what
IX. Concentrate the attention, and you automatically control and direct all bodily activities.