THE MOST UPDATED AND MOST COMPLETE EDITION OF NAPOLEON HILL'S MASTERWORK
Napoleon Hill stunned America when he published the first edition of The Law of Success. It had taken Hill twenty years to research and write. He had personally met with hundreds of the most famous self-made multimillionaires so he could study their habits, analyze their methods, and learn their secrets of success. After further testing and proving his theories, Napoleon Hill refined them into 17 basic principles that anyone could master and use.
VOLUME III, THE PRINCIPLES OF SELF-CREATION
This recording explains step-by-step how you can use the following four Principles of Success:
Doing More Than Paid For: Take advantage of the Law of Increasing Returns to earn more for service rendered.
Pleasing Personality: Transform yourself so that you can master your relationships and control any situation.
Accurate Thinking: Separate real facts from mere information so you can devise definite, practical plans.
Concentration: Laser-focus your mind on one subject at a time so the plans you create are plans that will work.
This revised and updated edition--the third of four volumes--incorporates new information, explains historical context, and augments Napoleon Hill's original examples with contemporary stories which conclusively prove that The Law of Success is as relevant and applicable today as it was when this landmark book was first published.
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Napoleon Hill was born in 1883 in a one-room cabin on the Pound River in Wise County, Virginia. From these humble roots he rose to distinction as the author of the motivational classics The Laws of Success and Think and Grow Rich. Hill passed away in November 1970 after a long and successful career writing, teaching, and lecturing about the principles of success. His lifework continues under the direction of the Napoleon Hill Foundation, whose goal and mission is to assist people throughout the world to reach their highest level of personal achievement and self-fulfillment.
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