Written in the depths of the Great Depression, How to Sell Your Way Through Life explores a crucial component of achievement: your ability to make the sale. Ringing eerily true in today's uncertain times, Hill's work takes a practical look at how, regardless of our occupation, we must all be salespeople at key points in our lives. Hill breaks down concrete instances of how the Master Salesman seizes advantages and opportunities, giving you tools you can use to effectively sell yourself and your ideas.
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Having dived into the depth & abundance of Napoleon Hill's thought and experience, I cannot help but admire his life's work. It really does take guts to be a courageous dreamer in this fast-paced world. Discovering his books was a stepping stone on my way to advancement. There's a lifetime of discoveries, trials, errors and, eventually, success.
This book, in particular, teaches one of the most important skills... It taps into our potential to sell ourselves through life by serving other people and ourselves in the greatest manner possible: by applying the golden rule. Hopefully, "How to Sell Your Way Through Life" will help and motivate you to discover it within you.
Napoleon Hill has good ideas. His book, the Keys to Success, should be required reading.
THIS book, however, is little more than the author saying how wonderful he is, and how many rich and powerful friends he has. 1/3 of the book is dedicated to Henry Ford and reads like something a starstruck fan would write. I found myself wondering if Napoleon Hill would leave his wife to be with Henry Ford, given the chance.
This book is light on content and can be summarized in one sent
It would have to be re-written. Nothing but gimicks and grand standing. Who does this anymore?
Disapoinment, way out dated.
It gave me the creeps.
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