Henry Ford with little general knowledge became the most successful business.
Astonished by pure sense of knowledge.
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The Law of Success is one of those classics in which the content, whilst a bit dated / antiquated in its delivery (as well as some anecdotal content) - remains valid for modern day business and personal attitude requirements for success.
Yes. I'm sure the principles of his teachings remain relevant in modern day culture and business
Very funny when preaching absolute
There were many lessons to be learned but if you are someone who already strives for self improvement, the best thing you will get out of this book is reinforcement of existing success principles and practices.
this book should be labelled a
I was amazed to listen to this book and so you know it's impossible to listen to it just once even though its so long audiobook.
This author was ahed of his times...
His laws are to the point and not new age like you tend to see it and read it in many other books. I do believe if you will follow what he says we would all have what we want.
This book should be mandatory in any school. It motivated me to buy this book in paper because the information was so reach and I just couldn't stop the audio to write it down or give it more thought to it.
Read it and you will be happy you did.
Though needs a heavy hand of an editor.
Many hours are passed by blabbering, song reading, sharing us with old world perceptions on the life, etc.
I think that modern women will not appreciate the author’s take on women’s role in her man's life. I also do not believe that Native Americans will appreciate the author’s take on the benefits that the white man brought into their lives, and so on.
Other than that, this course is very inspiring and educating. It's not just about money but will encourage everybody to check their own lives and attitudes.
After reading most of Mr. Hill's "Think and Grow Rich" I assume that the matching audible is much more effective and up to the purpose of whoever has interest in bringing wealth into their lives.
Napoleon Hill's work is excellent. I would say that about 95% is absolutely correct. The only thing I don't agree with is that even though he does mention God in his phylosophy he doesn't give him appropriate credit. Also a few things such as telepathy and such does not agree with God's purpose for mankind. God created man with a tremendous ability, but man will always be "man" and will do great things "within" the human realm. Other than that, his phylosophy is excellent based on many bible principles. Dale Carnegie's work on the other hand does give God more credit, even mentioning his name "Jehovah".
I would recommend "in addition to reading the bible" reading both Napoleon Hill and Dale Carnegie's work. Even if you don't care about God or religion this book will help you.
a Must read! If you are wanting to make your place in the world, this book will give you the tools necessary to create a foundation and a path to success in whatever chosen field you desire!!!
The book was ok and offered some valuable lessons, but the book could have been cut in half. The author spends a lot of time defending/justifying his reasoning for including each lesson, rather than just presenting the lesson. It could easily have been condensed with no information lost.
This book might be enjoyable for the elderly recluse that is not at all up to speed with what we've learned about our planet, about the so called Aether, and about the human brain.
Grover Gardner is in this reading, as well as in all of his other works, outstanding.
The Law of Success is not character-driven.
This book was too firmly anchored to our ignorance, particularly in the field of physics, to serve much purpose in the information age. The principals of success were linked too firmly to scientific principals that have since been debunked, most notably the pseudoscience of telepathy.