Napoleon Hill was an American author who is widely considered to be one of the greatest writers on success. His works examined the power of personal beliefs, and the role they play in personal success. He became an advisor to President Franklin D. Roosevelt from 1933-36. "What the mind of man can conceive and believe, it can achieve" is one of Hill's hallmark expressions. How achievement actually occurs, and a formula for it that puts success in reach of the average person, were the focal points of Hill's books, 3 of which are included in this fantastic audio bundle.
Hill’s Philosophy of Achievement was published as The Law of Success, a life-changing guide that has sold millions of copies. Now you can hear 24 hours of the incredible philosophy upon which success is built.
The Lost Prosperity Secrets of Napoleon Hill consists of a series of magazine articles Hill wrote between 1919 and 1923 for Success Magazine. Discover the principles designed for putting these steps to success into action. It is in these articles that Hill honed his theories of the success philosophy for the ordinary person. This time-tested wisdom resonates as strongly and as appropriate today as when it was first written.
A primer in success-building, The Magic Ladder to Success is Napoleon Hill's compact distillation of his lifetime of learning. He offers 17 factors that make up his "Law of Success" philosophy. These key principles capture the ethics and actions that empower all who harness them to become leaders in the field of their choice. Leaders are not born, Hill argues; they are molded by a remarkably similar, simple, and dynamic set of habits. This lost classic - long out of print, is newly available in this audio edition revised and updated for the 21st century.
Be inspired to be all you can be with these 3 Napoleon Hill classics.
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This is a great book. Looking forward to applying the principles of this book. The two additional books (prosperity secrets and the magic ladder of success) serve as refresher or essentially earlier versions of the Law of Success. Enjoy your read!
This is by far the best time I've invested among all the self-help and self-improvement books. This is my top favorite as the classic stands to its reputation.
Time Management Made Simple by Brian Tracy is comparable among the few I've read along the lines of this book. Brian Tracy has done a great job in this audio book overall even though the title seems to imply it is all about time management, since the book covers many more aspects of building proper and better habits.
Yes and I find Grover Gardner's performance is consistent and I love his voice and reading mastery.
It roused my whole self, made the higher truths of life ring in my head.
The Teachings of Napoleon Hill: The Law of Success is the main content of this book. The second and third book will come across repetitive but I loved hearing them as well.
Yes, this book opened my eyes in so many ways!
This book should be taught in school, period.
In my opinion and to my surprise the narrating done by Erik Synnestvedt is not that good (I have listened to him before, he can do much better). Grover Gardner on the other hand, is great!
Just trying to educate myself in a wide variety of subjects
It is very simple with practical examples- stories.Very easy listening and relax. It is like a story with meaningful examples.
I would definitely recommend it for personal development.
Everything about this book is great, i would recommend this book to all who are looking to find their mission in life.
I listen to this book before I go to sleep and love it.
I learn more about myself every time I listen.
This is one of my favorite motivational audiobooks and authors
I was hoping for something like Dale Carnegie's "How to Win Friends and Influence People". You know, old school timeless wisdom? Or maybe a more elaborate version of "The Secret". Instead, I got agonizing dribble. I really don't understand the hype over Napolean Hill. This book is junk. Sorry - I believe in the power of my mind and prayer. I know karma. And I know junk when I hear it.
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