The Mindset To Grow Rich-Thoughts Are Things.

The Mindset To Grow Rich-Thoughts Are Things.

This is for all those who have read the amazing book Think And Grow Rich (or who have heard of the book), who want to apply the 13 principles which is talks about. Although it was first written in 1937 by Napoleon Hill, it has been referred to as...

This is for all those who have read the amazing book Think And Grow Rich (or who have heard of the book), who want to apply the 13 principles which is talks about. Although it was first written in 1937 by Napoleon Hill, it has been referred to as a ‘timeless classic’ because business people, high-flying people and entrepreneurs to this very day still refer to the contents of this book.

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Even if you’ve read the book once – its not enough. The content is so heavy, that it is highly recommended that students read the book several times. But even if you have read the book several times, this too, isn’t sufficient. One must then APPLY the content to their life. This course will help you to apply the content of Think And Grow Rich.

We give you a PDF copy of the book “Think And Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill, Revised and Expanded by Lisa Newton” your course tutor, who then has a lecture aimed at helping you to apply the contents of the material in each chapter. The course will help you to really analyze, break down, get to grips with, use and apply the content of each chapter. It’s not enough to just read the chapter. You must understand what you’ve read and apply it.

Even if you’ve read the book, if you cannot recite the 13 principles which Hill outlined – then you don’t really know this book. And this is why this course is like a study course. We are going to study it together. And we’ll have an open forum where we can discuss ideas together.

The format of the course – download the book, read a chapter, watch the course lecture on the chapter, re-read the chapter and have a go at the end of chapter task. In total (assuming you take a chapter per day), the course will take approx 2 weeks to complete. Its not a sprint, but a marathon. We would recommend that you don’t rush the material, and if you prefer to take one week to really study and analyze the chapter – then do so. Or, even if you do take one day – once complete, return to the beginning and do it again.

This will help you to really understand how to THINK AND GROW RICH. If you’ve read the book, but nothing happened, then this course is for you. If you’ve heard about the book, but not read it – this course is for you. If you are interested in understanding what makes a person rich, how do they do it? How do you become wealthy? How can you get rich? What are the rich doing that everyone else isn’t doing, then this course is for you.

Be aware that Hill took 25 years of his life to interview and study over 500 of the most successful men and women of his time. He took this analysis and broke it down, in a way that the normal, everyday, average man and woman could read and could replicate those same results – if they so want to.

So, (as you’ll see in chapter 2), a BURNING DESIRE is one of the first requisites to accumulate great wealth. And in order to do this course – it helps, if you have a burning desire. There is nothing new under the sun. The laws of success are just as relevant today, as they were in 1937. Many millionaires have this book on their bookshelf. Don’t just read the book – join us on this course and let us really STUDY THE BOOK together.

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A free and open dialogue is critical to the success of any civilisation. History shows that whenever free speech is oppressed, tyranny ensues.

A free and open dialogue is critical to the success of any civilisation. History shows that whenever free speech is oppressed, tyranny ensues.


I have just received another 30 day ban from FaceBook for sharing an image of the Hindu symbol for peace and unity, because either somebody flagged it or perhaps their algorithms mistakenly identified it as a Swastika, which is illegal in some countries.


Either way, the oppression of expression is the first step toward tyranny. We should all be wary of any attempts to suppress opinion, no matter how inane or offensive they may seem to some. The marketplace of ideas relies on this; good ideas will be encouraged and built upon, while bad ideas will eventually die out through a cultural form of natural selection.


Only those with invested interests seek to silence others who disagree with them. The truth will always emerge if open dialogue is allowed.

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In this talk, I'll cover how the TypeScript project grew from a small project to a popular web tool, and some of the bumps along the way. I'll also compare this with how Rust has changed and adapted since its 1.0 release.

Lastly, I'll talk about how Rust's collaborative design works and how it helps to shape Rust's direction, and how other open source projects may be able to use similar techniques.

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A feature-rich dual listbox for React

A feature-rich dual listbox for React

A feature-rich dual listbox for React

react-dual-listbox

A feature-rich dual listbox for React.

Usage

Installation

Install the library using your favorite dependency manager:

yarn add react-dual-listbox

Using npm:

npm install react-dual-listbox --save

Note – This library makes use of Font Awesome styles and expects them to be loaded in the browser.

Include CSS

For your convenience, the library's styles can be consumed utilizing one of the following files:

  • node_modules/react-dual-listbox/lib/react-dual-listbox.css
  • node_modules/react-dual-listbox/src/less/react-dual-listbox.less
  • node_modules/react-dual-listbox/src/scss/react-dual-listbox.scss

Either include one of these files in your stylesheets or utilize a CSS loader:

import 'react-dual-listbox/lib/react-dual-listbox.css';

Render Component

The DualListBox is a controlled component, so you have to update the selected property in conjunction with the onChange handler if you want the selected values to change.

Here is a minimal rendering of the component:

import React from 'react';
import DualListBox from 'react-dual-listbox';

const options = [
    { value: 'one', label: 'Option One' },
    { value: 'two', label: 'Option Two' },
];

class Widget extends React.Component {
    state = {
        selected: ['one'],
    };

    onChange = (selected) => {
        this.setState({ selected });
    };

    render() {
        const { selected } = this.state;

        return (
            <DualListBox
                options={options}
                selected={selected}
                onChange={this.onChange}
            />
        );
    }
}

Optgroups

Traditional <optgroup>'s are also supported:

render() {
    const options = [
        {
            label: 'Earth',
            options: [
                { value: 'luna', label: 'Moon' },
            ],
        },
        {
            label: 'Mars',
            options: [
                { value: 'phobos', label: 'Phobos' },
                { value: 'deimos', label: 'Deimos' },
            ],
        },
        {
            label: 'Jupiter',
            options: [
                { value: 'io', label: 'Io' },
                { value: 'europa', label: 'Europa' },
                { value: 'ganymede', label: 'Ganymede' },
                { value: 'callisto', label: 'Callisto' },
            ],
        },
    ];

    return <DualListBox options={options} />;
}

Filtering

You can enable filtering of available and selected options by merely passing in the canFilter property:

render() {
    ...

    return <DualListBox canFilter options={options} />;
}

Optionally, you can also override the default filter placeholder text and the filtering function:

render() {
    ...

    return (
        <DualListBox
            canFilter
            filterCallback={(option, filterInput) => {
                if (filterInput === '') {
                    return true;
                }

                return (new RegExp(filterInput, 'i')).test(option.label);
            }}
            filterPlaceholder="Filter..."
            options={options}
        />
    );
}

In addition, you can control the filter search text, rather than leaving it up to the component:

render() {
    ...

    return (
        <DualListBox
            canFilter
            filter={{
                available: 'europa',
                selected: '',
            }}
            options={options}
            onFilterChange={(filter) => {
                console.log(filter;
            }}
        />
    );
}

Action/Button Alignment

By default, the movement buttons are aligned to the center of the component. Another option is to align these actions to be above their respective lists:

render() {
    ...

    return (
        <DualListBox alignActions="top" options={options} />
    );
}

Preserve Select Ordering

By default, react-dual-listbox will order any selected items according to the order of the options property. There may be times in which you wish to preserve the selection order instead. In this case, you can add the preserveSelectOrder property.

Note – Any <optgroup>'s supplied will not be surfaced when preserving the selection order.

render() {
    ...

    return <DualListBox options={options} preserveSelectOrder />;
}

To allow users to re-arrange their selections after moving items to the right, you may also pass in the showOrderButtons property.

Restrict Available Options

Sometimes, it may be desirable to restrict what options are available for selection. For example, you may have a control above the dual listbox that allows a user to search for a planet in the solar system. Once a planet is selected, you want to restrict the available options to the moons of that planet. Use the available property in that case.

render() {
    ...

    // Let's restrict ourselves to the Jovian moons
    const available = ['io', 'europa', 'ganymede', 'callisto'];

    return <DualListBox options={options} available={available} />;
}

Changing the Default Icons

By default, react-dual-listbox uses Font Awesome for the various icons that appear in the component. To change the defaults, simply pass in the icons property and override the defaults:

<DualListBox
    ...
    icons={{
        moveLeft: <span className="fa fa-chevron-left" />,
        moveAllLeft: [
            <span key={0} className="fa fa-chevron-left" />,
            <span key={1} className="fa fa-chevron-left" />,
        ],
        moveRight: <span className="fa fa-chevron-right" />,
        moveAllRight: [
            <span key={0} className="fa fa-chevron-right" />,
            <span key={1} className="fa fa-chevron-right" />,
        ],
        moveDown: <span className="fa fa-chevron-down" />,
        moveUp: <span className="fa fa-chevron-up" />,
    }}
/>

All Properties

Property Type Description Default
options array Required. Specifies the list of options that may exist on either side of the dual list box.
onChange function Required. The onChange handler called when an option is moved to either side: function(selected) {}.
alignActions string A value specifying whether to align the action buttons to the 'top' or 'middle'. middle
allowDuplicates bool If true, duplicate options will be allowed in the selected list box. false
available array A subset of the options array to optionally filter the available list box. undefined
availableRef function A React ref to the "available" list box. null
canFilter bool If true, search boxes will appear above both list boxes, allowing the user to filter the results. false
disabled bool If true, both "available" and "selected" list boxes will be disabled. false
filterCallback function The filter function to run on a given option and input string: function(option, filterInput) {}. See Filtering. () => { ... }
filterPlaceholder string The text placeholder used when the filter search boxes are empty. "Search..."
icons object A key-value pairing of action icons and their React nodes. See Changing the Default Icons for further info. { ... }
id string An HTML ID prefix for the various sub elements. null
lang object A key-value pairing of localized text. See src/js/lang/default.js for a list of keys. { ... }
moveKeyCodes array A list of key codes that will trigger a toggle of the selected options. [13, 32]
name string A value for the name attribute on the hidden <input /> element. This is potentially useful for form submissions. null
preserveSelectOrder bool If true, the order in which the available options are selected are preserved when the items are moved to the right. false
selected array A list of the selected options appearing in the rightmost list box. []
selectedRef function A React ref to the "selected" list box. null
simpleValue bool If true, the selected value passed in onChange is an array of string values. Otherwise, it is an array of options. true
showHeaderLabels bool If true, labels above both the available and selected list boxes will appear. These labels are derived from 1ang. false
showNoOptionsText bool If true, text will appear in place of the available/selected list boxes when no options are present. false
showOrderButtons bool If true, a set of up/down buttons will appear near the selected list box to allow the user to re-arrange the items. false
GitHub

Author: jakezatecky

Live Demo: https://jakezatecky.github.io/react-dual-listbox/

GitHub: https://github.com/jakezatecky/react-dual-listbox