Those who enjoy the power of positive action accomplish more, have less stress, live with fewer regrets, become more self-disciplined, and demonstrate personal persistence. These qualities contribute to making our unique world a better place to live. We improve the world by simply taking positive action. If you decide to take positive action, you will begin to reap the benefits immediately. You will begin to decree to your subconscious mind that you are an action-oriented person who accepts no excuses.
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.
J. Massey wasn't always a highly skilled investor, but through action steps that he shares in this book, he amassed an impressive portfolio of hundreds of properties in just six years using an intensive approach to learning and then putting to use what he learned immediately and at the Speed of Instruction. Starting from less than zero, he used other people's cash and credit to invest in properties, from single-family homes to multi-family dwellings and large apartment complexes to commercial properties.
Lucille Ball, one of the most famous and versatile stars in American history, is above all defined by her charisma. She did not possess the overwhelming beauty of her contemporaries in the entertainment industry, yet her infectious enthusiasm continues to endear her to the American public even decades following her death. Indeed, at the time that I Love Lucy (1951-1957) ended, the show still remained the most-watched show in America.
Parkinson's Treatment English Edition: 10 Secrets to a Happier Life is available in over 20 language translations, so that all worldwide cultures can have access to the secrets that can help those living with Parkinson's disease. Additionally the book addresses all of the new and emerging Parkinson's disease therapies (stem cells, gene therapy, optogenetics, etc.). The most humbling experience of my life has been the time I have spent with families, and with patients suffering from Parkinson's and chronic neurological diseases.
"Dr. Okun misses the point"
Dr. Okun is well-known for infusing his audiences with positivity and optimism. In this book, he reveals the breakthroughs and therapies surrounding Parkinson's disease that will pave the road to meaningful progress, which extends far beyond a single drug or stem cell. He paints the broader and more exciting picture and reviews the portfolio of breakthroughs spanning drug, cell, vaccine, device, genetics, care, and behavior.
"Brave Companion Helps My Parkinson's Disease.."
In Finding Your Voice, life coach and motivational speaker Joel Boggess empowers you to live an authentic and more meaningful life. Using his own story of trauma, tragedy, and triumph, he demonstrates that although your past plays into your present it doesn't have to determine your destiny. In addition to his own experience, Joel offers a number of real-life accounts of the growth and success his clients have experienced. These examples bring to life the truths Boggess offers.
"Hope for finding your voice..."
Wisdom for Winners 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 heard incrementally for greater impact.
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.
What is a winning strategy? Why do some people, families, and organizations take dives and some merely survive while others thrive? What leads up to a disaster or collapse? Why do some squander success while others continue to elevate? How do we build a solid foundation that assures solid, authentic growth?
"Too many habits!"
On Fire at Work flies in the face of other books on workplace culture by showing that employee engagement isn't the ultimate goal - it's merely the starting point. Top-tier leaders of the world's best places to work reveal their best-practice strategies for getting employees to work harder, perform better, and stay longer. On Fire at Work features examples and original stories from exclusive personal interviews with over 25 founders/CEOs/presidents of companies like Marriott, Siemens, and many more!
"Chester hits the nail on the head"
In The Art of Communication, the first book of the new Jim Stovall and Dr. Ray Hull "Your Ultimate Guide" series for personal development and business success, the authors use their decades of combined experience, research, and natural abilities to powerfully illustrate the specifics of effective communication.
This speech is the direct result of work that began with Andrew Carnegie in 1908. Napoleon Hill interviewed Carnegie, Thomas Edison, George Eastman, Henry Ford, and many of the other most prosperous men of his day to discover their methods for success.
Every day, many people lose loved ones and face the grieving process. They suffer while coping with the loss of a child, spouse, parent, friend, or sibling. It is perhaps the most difficult and devastating challenge any of us face in our lifetime. In this book, the author supports the idea that you can survive and thrive after grief and loss. This is not a predictable five stages of grief book. In The Sun Still Rises, Shawn Doyle uses his heart-wrenching personal story of bereavement to supply you with tools, tips, and techniques for dealing with loss and grief.
Napoleon Hill put great emphasis in his writings and lectures on the principle of going the extra mile. Hill said this was the one principle that would get a person ahead faster than anything else one could do. In this speech, Going the Extra Mile, Hill explains that nature's law of increasing returns means that the service we render with the right mental attitude not only brings back its true value, but is multiplied many times over.
Napoleon Hill admired others who had overcome adversity. Edward Bok, publisher of the acclaimed Ladies' Home Journal, was one of the men whose life Hill examined because he overcame adversity to ultimately succeed. Bok wrote to Hill, and that letter formed the basis of one of Hill's lectures for his students. The Edward Bok story is an example of how Hill used others' experiences to learn from defeat and overcome hardships in life.
In 1922, Napoleon Hill was invited to give the commencement address at Salem College in Salem, West Virginia. He was 39 years old at the time, and he spoke of what he had learned from his failures in life up to that point. His personal adventures in the business world illustrated for the students the cyclical nature of success and failure as well as the lessons one can take away from each of life's experiences.
When Napoleon Hill was asked to deliver the baccalaureate sermon on June 2, 1957, at Salem College, it had been 35 years since he had delivered a commencement address to the 1922 graduating class at the same college. He was introduced as the man who developed the "science of success". This science was an exact study which laid down the principles by which anyone could realize his or her material goals no matter what ambitions they may be.
The world is flooded with information, but starving for wisdom. Many feel a sense of overload, anxiety, and a general state of restlessness. Eastern cultures refer to the monkey mind and respond with yoga and meditation. Western civilization has identified a series of disorders and related prescription drugs. All of this can help, but what is the complete and balanced solution? How do we get grounded, despite all the confusion? How do we build a solid foundation that assures solid, authentic growth?
A noted economist and human capital expert, together with a multidisciplinary team, show that we've entered a new era in which good corporate behavior is no longer optional, it's the new imperative for success-and they have the data to prove it. Their Good Company Index ranking of the Fortune 100 takes the belief in the bottom-line benefits of good behavior out of the realm of faith and into the realm of facts.
"Too much political rhetoric"