Napoleon Hill, born into poverty in 1883, began writing as a reporter for small town newspapers while just a teenager. Industrialist Andrew Carnegie commissioned him in 1908 to interview over 500 successful men and women to help prove his theory that success could be distilled down to a clear-cut formula. In 1928, Hill's Philosophy of Achievement was published as
The Law of Success. This life changing guide of 16 lessons has sold millions of copies for nearly three quarters of a century and was his first master work before
Think and Grow Rich.
Now you can hear 24 hours of the incredible philosophy upon which personal success is built, including:
The Master Mind...who can profit most by the law of success philosophy and your six most dangerous enemies
A Definite Chief Aim...instructions for applying its principles
Self-Confidence... heredity, the self-confidence formula, and the power of habit and discontentment
The Habit of Saving...walls of limitation, the slavery of debt, mastering the fear of poverty, "I have made a million dollars but I haven't got a cent," and opportunities that come to those who save
Initiative and Leadership...the penalty of leadership and intolerance
Imagination... how it relates to success
Enthusiasm...how it affects you and others, the psychology of good clothes and the seven deadly horsemen
Self-Control...why poverty is the richest experience that can come to a child
The Habit of Doing More Than Paid For...The Law of Increasing Returns!
Pleasing Personality...three different plans
Accurate Thought...the principles involved in accurate thinking and a chief aim
Concentration...persuasion vs. force
Co-Operation...power through co-operation and your standing army
Failure...the turning points to opportunity
The Golden Rule...the power of prayer
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