Originally published in 1928, this is the book that launched Napoleon Hill's self-help odyssey. Hill queried dozens of prosperous individuals about how they obtained their success, and he organized their experiences into a series of principles that promote: • Self-confidence • The h... read more
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Originally published in 1928, this is the book that launched Napoleon Hill's self-help odyssey. Hill queried dozens of prosperous individuals about how they obtained their success, and he organized their experiences into a series of principles that promote: • Self-confidence • The habit of saving • Imagination • Enthusiasm • Self-control • Concentration • Cooperation Each chapter forms a lesson in using these traits to develop the untapped "mind-power" that leads to success. Read this book today to learn how to cultivate your own potential.
Reprint of the Ralston University Press, Meriden, Connecticut, 1937 edition.
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