Reliv Book Club: Lori Doerneman




By Reliv Distributor Lori Doerneman of Goddard, Kansas

Title: Think and Grow Rich

Author: Napoleon Hill

What is the main lesson you learned from this book?  What we think about grows. As a mother of eight children, with two in college, two in high school and four in grade school, I can easily think about college tuition, starter cars and insurance. The more I think about all that stuff, the more my stress grows. Napoleon Hill has taught me to use my subconscious mind and the positive, life-giving forces that exist all around us. I focus on my desires of being rich in all areas of life.

One practical piece of advice from this book: Spend time thinking about your “main chief purpose in life.” As you give your subconscious mind a new “blueprint” business becomes almost effortless.

Did this book give you any new ideas about yourself? I believe, know and understand with every fiber of my being, why I was born and my purpose in life. I understand how Reliv fits within my life and how to help others get what they want with this business. I love my life and am incredibly grateful that we are part of Reliv. As I build this business, I build my life.

4 thoughts on “Reliv Book Club: Lori Doerneman

  1. I especially liked your comment about changing the blueprint, Lori! We have a battle going on within between negative and positive thoughts that go flashing through. We must learn to think positive. What goes in to our brains, ultimately comes out in our lives. Thanks for sharing!

  2. I too have read this fine book and fully agree with the fact that Andrew Carnegie provided the formula for success that made the book possible. In the book, Napoleon points out that thought are things and if one masters the principles, ones financial status will begin to improve. He points out “one of the main weaknesses of mankind is the average man’s familiarity with the word “impossible.” He knows all the rules which will not work. He knows all the things which cannot be done. This book was written for those who seek the rules which have made others successful, and are willing to stake everything on those rules.” Success comes to those who become success conscious. Sounds like a Reliv Entrepreneur like me.

  3. Hi,
    I really needed to read this post today. It pointed out to me that I need to stop my thoughts from constantly zeroing in on and stressing about bills to pay rather than focusing in on the gift in our hand to make improvements in our situation. Thinking about things differently is a great piece to this puzzle. Thanks.

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