|Lecture: Case Analysis - Rock Hunting - Q & A Period -2|
|Ron the Researcher|
Hubbard discusses his auditing practice in Hollywood, 1947.
And thought of myself as - the first time as somebody who actually had some business in the field of practice as well as research. First time - because it didn't matter how many hours they saw psychiatrists or psychoanalysts, you see, they didn't get well. And I could patch them up sometimes fairly adequately.
And then, 1947, I received all of my back pay from the war in one lump sum and although I was going along pretty good as a writer, I had to write the whole thing into solvency, which left very little time for research. I set up a practice in Hollywood with this lump sum and all of a sudden had a singing, humming practice. Every once in a while somebody writes me from 1947. I didn't charge people anything unless it was part of their case that I had to, and started making Clears.
— L. Ron Hubbard
Lecture 04 August 1958: Case Analysis - Rock Hunting - Question and Answer Period
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