Follow in the footsteps of the giants of success!
Andrew Carnegie. Thomas Edison. Henry Ford.
You've probably experienced fewer failures in life than these famous achievers. Surprising, but true. Each faced repeated setbacks. Yet each became enormously successful. How?
Napoleon Hill devoted his life to studying this question, analyzing the success of more than 500 of the 20th Century's greatest achievers. His exhaustive research proved that the essence of success lies within 17 simple principles that, when used together, serve as an infallible formula for achievement.
These 17 key principles are the foundation of The Science of Personal Achievement, a comprehensive course in success that empowers you to convert any adversity into advantage.
And it all starts with a thought.
With Napoleon Hill's guidance, you will achieve a level of mental self-mastery that will enable you consistently to:
Overcome fears to reach your achievements.
Maintain self-discipline and self-confidence.
Develop strong personal initiative.
Focus your thoughts into clear plans of action.
The Science of Personal Achievement gives you the mental skills needed to meet the challenge of transforming your ideas into realized accomplishments.
Consistently attain your goals as you incorporate the 17 principles at the heart of this course into your daily life. Become the architect of your destiny, capable of building a lifetime of accomplishment.
Whether you are striving for success in your career or in your personal life, Napoleon Hill's unique, universal philosophies will lead you directly to the source of all life's riches.
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So Relevant, Even in Today's World!
Napoleon's very motivated voice/narration. I really enjoyed his no B.S. delivery of some serious no B.S. material!
It's total application to today's life all these years later. What a sign of a true classic!
I did listen to Think and Grow Rich. That was a bit redundant and kind of a no brainer. This book did have a few points that I've heard in other (really good) books, but to hear it from the original motivational speaker was powerful.
Keeping a positive mindset, ignoring any negativity within, stay the course using goals as a pace keeper. Simple stuff but in his delivery it sounds new and achievable.
A really good book one should most likely go back and read a few times.