Napoleon Hill: Good as Gold

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9780981951164: Napoleon Hill: Good as Gold
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It is my pleasure to share with you readings from Napoleon Hill's writings that range from his earliest to his latest works. Selections are included from his essays, his books, and his capstone course: PMA Science of Success. In addressing these writings, I enjoyed fast forwarding to today's current application of his philosophy. Remembering that "there is nothing new under the sun," it is refreshing to align Dr. Hill's thoughts with my interpretation and application of them in today's ever changing world. This material is pure, unadulterated gold, and hence the title of the book: Napoleon Hill: Good as Gold So, I commend you to the material. There are 52 chapters - that equates to one per week. Read a little, reflect a lot, and then when you uncover the secret put it into immediate action. As Dr. Hill states: When a plan comes through to your conscious mind while you are open to the guidance of Infinite Intelligence, accept it with appreciation and gratitude and act on it at once. Do not hesitate, do not argue, challenge, worry, fret about it, or wonder if it's right. Act on it! By reading this book you are acting on your explicit faith that you can become the person you desire to be. By raising your sights to your "higher self" you are visualizing the picture perfect outcome for your purpose and plan here on Earth. Enjoy your journey. Enjoy the book.

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Napoleon Hill was an American author who was one of the earliest producers of the modern genre of personal-success literature. His most famous work, Think and Grow Rich, is one of the best-selling books of all time.

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