With a foreword by Napoleon's grandson, Dr. J.B. Hill, and introductory comments by Don Green, Director of The Napoleon Hill Foundation, and personal letters from family members and Senator Jennings Randolph, this fascinating exploration of the speeches given by the pioneer of the personal development movement is packed with a wealth of information. It is a revealing look at one man's quest for understanding why some men succeed, why others do not, and what makes success something that can be replicated.
Knowing what to do is great, but applying what you have learned is the real secret to success. You gain your greatest riches in life when you read, study and take action on what you have learned. By listening to this book you are acting on your explicit faith that you can become a person you desire to be. By raising your sights to your higher self you are visualizing the perfect outcome for your purpose and plan.
These parables - one ancient, one modern - contain time-tested secrets that will put you on the road to happiness and prosperity. The Richest Man in Babylon: George Clason’s motivational classic story of Arkad, a man of humble origins who became the richest man in Babylon. In dialogue with his fellow citizens he reveals the attitudes and behavior that brought him wealth and happiness. The Magic Story: What turns a loser into a winner? Jay, a down-on-his-luck writer, sees his once struggling friend Sturtevant transformed into a man of supreme confidence and achievement. How did his friend do it?
The path to personal and professional success is not a one-way street. Most people encounter setbacks and obstacles that threaten to derail them from their chosen route. The most successful people, however, adhere to their principles and goals, capitalizing on hidden opportunities, even in the face of what many would consider unconquerable obstacles. To coin a new word - these people have STICKABILITY!
"Great Extension to Think & Grow Rich"
Think of it! Think of the people who drift aimlessly through life, dissatisfied, struggling against a great many things but without clear-cut goals. Can you state, right now, what it is that you want out of life? Fixing your goals may not be easy. It may even involve some painful self-examination. But it will be worth whatever effort it costs, because as soon as you can name your goal, you can expect to enjoy many advantages.
Wisdom for Winners, Volume Two contains a unique combination of guidance for the career professional and the entrepreneur combined with spiritual wisdom that prompts self-reflection. Organized into small sections, the material can be listened to incrementally for greater impact.