Success Through A Positive Mental Attitude - Napoleon Hill

Success Through A Positive Mental Attitude - Napoleon Hill

by Napoleon Hill
     
 

Every inspirational, self-help action book, including this one, should be evaluated by what happens to you, the reader, as a result of the book's power to motivate you to motivate yourself to desirable action. By this standard, Success Through a Positive Mental Attitude is reputed to be one of the outstandingly successful inspirational, self-help action books of this…  See more details below

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Every inspirational, self-help action book, including this one, should be evaluated by what happens to you, the reader, as a result of the book's power to motivate you to motivate yourself to desirable action. By this standard, Success Through a Positive Mental Attitude is reputed to be one of the outstandingly successful inspirational, self-help action books of this century. It has inspired countless thousands of men, women, and teenagers to acquire good physical, mental and moral health; seek happiness; pursue wealth and reach for high goals or other objectives that do not violate the laws of God or the rights of their fellow men.
Something wonderful is going to happen to you -- if you are ready. To prepare yourself to be ready, understand clearly Andrew Carnegie's observation that all achievement, all earned riches, have their beginning in an idea!
Before proceeding further, I'd like to give you a background of my co-author. Dr. Napoleon Hill.
Think and grow rich. Think and Grow Rich, the book by Napoleon Hill, has motivated more persons throughout the world to acquire wealth and succeed in their careers than any book written in the twentieth century. Its author was born in poverty in a log cabin in Wise County, Virginia, on October 1883, and he passed away in Greenville, South Carolina, on November 8, 1970.
As a boy, young Hill was blessed, inspired and motivated to high achievement by his calm, patient stepmother who loved him dearly. It was she, who motivated "a problem child" to develop character and motivate himself to work hard to become educated and an achiever.
In 1908, while working for a magazine and attending college, young Hill was assigned to interview Andrew Carnegie, the great steelmaker, philosopher and philanthropist.
Andrew Carnegie was so impressed with his interviewer that he invited him to his home as a guest. Hour after hour each day during the three-day visit, the two men discussed philosophy. The elder romanced the lives of philosophers and the impact their philosophy had had on world civilization to the younger, who listened with rapture.
In his discussions, Carnegie made it a point to express in simple, clear language the principles involved and the concepts of each of the philosophers he romanced. And he told something more: how to apply those principles in everyday living as they pertain to an individual, his family, his career or any human activity.

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Product Details

ISBN-13:
2940016603476
Publisher:
Unforgotten Classics
Publication date:
07/26/2015
Series:
Unforgotten Classics , #1
Sold by:
Barnes & Noble
Format:
NOOK Book
Sales rank:
255,346
File size:
357 KB

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