A protégé of Andrew Carnegie, Napoleon Hill (1883–1970) was a pioneer of self-help writing, and his Think and Grow Rich
ranks among the top 10 bestselling self-help books of all time. He employed his own philosophy to achieve wealth and fame, sharing his insights through his books and lectures. Hill launched his remarkable career in 1928 with The Law of Success: 16 Secrets to Unlock Wealth and Happiness.
After querying dozens of prosperous individuals about how they achieved their success, Hill distilled their responses into a series of principles that promote self-confidence, thrift, imagination, enthusiasm, self-control, concentration, and cooperation. Each chapter of this volume forms a lesson in using these traits to develop the untapped "mind-power" that leads to success. Nearly a century after its initial publication, the self-help guru Hill's enduring advice continues to offer modern readers valuable guidance for cultivating their inner potential.
Reprint of the Ralston University Press, Meriden, Connecticut, 1937 edition.
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