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    Keep this constantly in mind. So, if your business is not successful, you are to blame, because you simply failed to desire it enough? Fuck that shit. This book is a perfect example of everything that is wrong in today's first-world-white-heterosexual-male-dominated economic culture. Tell me that such ideas as "desiring it enough" would work in Somalia, hell, even in Egypt, and then we'll talk. Don't waste your time with this codswallop. Read real literature instead: you'll definitely increase your IQ this way. Useless ramble that honestly didn't give me any impressions o This review tells much more about your extremist world views than about the book per se. Useless ramble that honestly didn't give me any impressions on the book other than the fact that it upset the stereotypical extreme leftist that flinches at words such as enterprise, capitalism and business and uses white, heterossexual and male as insults. Best of luck.

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    As you follow the simple day-by-day program designed by Drs. Arnold and Barry Fox, you will learn to tap into the secrets of miracle making that are in your control.

    You will: Discover the miraculous power of prayer. Make sound health a daily miracle as you deal with stress, depression, heart disease, and cancer. Learn to dispel the gloom and doom of depression for a positive mental attitude. Put your faith to work for you so that you can create a life filled with miracles beginning today. Incorporate this process fully into your own life so that you can begin to touch the lives of those you love. Martin Kohe y Judith Williamson. Como W. Clement Stone aconseja: Who was Bill Sands?

    By his nineteenth birthday he was doing three consecutive life terms in San Quentin. Thirty years later he was a successful businessman, a famous speaker and the author of a bestselling book.

    Along the way he had been a pilot, a boxer, a comedian and a diamond miner. Bill Sands died in , but he left behind as his legacy this exciting story of his life so that others may benefit from his incredible experiences. Who was Napoleon Hill? As a lecturer, author and advisor to two Presidents, he devoted his life to creating a formula for success, consisting of 17 principles anyone can learn.

    His success system unleashes your power to control your life just as Bill Sands did. Why read this book? Whatever your mind can conceive and believe, you can achieve!

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    The Napoleon Hill Foundation is a non-profit charitable educational organization dedicated to disseminating the works of Napoleon Hill in an effort to make a better world for this and future generations. Napoleon Hill: Napoleon Hill, the forefather of the modern personal development movement and author of the motivational classic, Think and Grow Rich, has inspired millions with his words and thoughts on discovering success and abundance within oneself.

    It is a message that continues to resonate. At the University of Virginia archives, Don M. Green, CEO of the Napoleon Hill Foundation, was doing a routine inventory check when he discovered a box of unedited and undeveloped 16 millimeter film canisters circa Clement Stone sharing their inspirational insights on the 13 keys to success. The 13 principles that, when applied, can truly separate you from the 95 percent who only dream of success, and let you join the top 5 percent who actually achieve it!

    Not only is the information practical, useful, and enduring, it is exactly what society needs to hear right now as we struggle through challenges never before seen in our lifetime.

    Agreeing to participate in an innovative structure, each current thought leader went into the studio to share provocative insights on these revisited gems, creating a masterful collaboration unlike anything else in the marketplace. In this ebook text transcription of this collaboration, you will not only read W. Join us as we countdown the 13 Keys to Success. Hosted by Greg S. Reid with additional commentary by Don M. Hill, John St. Readers can use these quotations drawn from both the writings of Dr.

    Hill and matched with those of other writers to inspire them through each season of success. These inspirational quotes may be likened to a treasure map that keeps the reader headed in the right direction as they journey onward. Sometimes that little extra push gives a person the necessary drive to go the distance. These quotations are like fuel for the trip.

    Read the daily quotations, reflect on the message, and take appropriate action. Remember, you must continue through each season, until you arrive at your destination. Enjoy the success that you are striving for in all seasons of your life. Keep that in mind as you travel through each season of growth. Consider the multiple riches that every season has to offer. Hill states: We can become complete masters of ourselves, if we so desire.

    The main thought to bear in mind is first to gain the knowledge, and secondly to apply it. Designed for men, this inspriational tool enables you to focus on one or two of Dr. Hill's Success Principles per month.

    Brief descriptions of the 17 success principles align with the daily quotations. Designed for women, this inspriational tool enables you to focus on one or two of Dr. Napoleon Hill's Golden Rules: The Lost Writings consists of a series of magazine articles Napoleon Hill wrote between and for Success Magazine, of which he eventually become an editor.

    Hill's obsession with achieving material success had led him from poverty stricken Appalachian Mountains with the desire to study successful people. These articles focus on Hill's philosophy of success, drawing on the thoughts and experience of a multitude of rags-to-riches tycoons, showing readers how these successful people achieved such status.

    Many of his writings such as the chapter on Law of Attraction, written in the March issue, have recently basis of several bestselling books. Readers will discover principles that will assure their success if studied and put into action. Napoleon Hill summed up his philosophy of success in Think and Grow Rich! A recent USA Today survey of business leaders named it one of the five most influential books in its field, more than 40 years after it was first published.

    Now, in Napoleon Hill's Keys to Success , his broadly outlined principles are expanded in detail for the first time, with concrete advice on their use and implementation. Compiled from Hill's teaching materials, lectures, and articles, Napoleon Hill's Keys to Success provides mental exercises, self-analysis techniques, powerful encouragement, and straightforward advice to anyone seeking personal and financial improvement.

    In addition to Hill's many personal true-life examples of the principles in action, there are also contemporary illustrations featuring dynamos like Bill Gates, Peter Lynch, and Donna Karan.

    No other Napoleon Hill book has addressed these 17 principles so completely and in such precise detail. For the millions of loyal Napoleon Hill fans and for those who discover him each year, Napoleon Hill's Keys to Success promises to be a valuable and important guide on the road to riches.

    This book was published in , during the Great Depression, and if the people who suffered during that time had read this book their lives might have been better. It is really about convincing yourself to become wealthy. It outlines the steps you need to I was looking through some of the reviews and see that some people gave it five stars and some gave it only one. It outlines the steps you need to take and the steps you need to avoid.

    There are also a lot of interesting ideas in this book. For example, sex transmutation is where you transfer the energy of your libido into other purposes.

    Great people have done this. Most people do not succeed until they are older.

    In fact, most success does not come until after you are 40 years old. He forgot to mention that George Washington was 43 when he took on the greatest military on earth. His roundtable idea is very intriguing. I do not see why anyone would not want to read this book. View all 34 comments. Gerald Chamales. This is the best self help book any entrepreneur could ever read.

    Perhaps the only one they need to. Truly transformative. I have it on audio too and listen to it at the gym often. Napoleon Hill was tasked by Andrew Carnegie to write a book on what made a successful person succeed, and he spent 20 years researching and interviewing every great name of the day Ford, Woolworth, Edison, etc , plus lots of people who failed because you have to know what doesn't work too.

    This book is the result. I This is the best self help book any entrepreneur could ever read. It basically hammers home a single point, over and over again. Success comes from knowing what you want to achieve and having a burning desire to achieve it. Keep this constantly in mind.

    Weak desire brings weak results, just as a small fire makes a small amount of heat. View all 5 comments. And while his no-bullshit insights come with a liberal dose of craziness and — well — bullshit, his overarching philosophy is spot-on. Hill's recipe boils down to this: First, the battiness Hill's advice is always useful, even if not always Overview: First, the battiness Hill's advice is always useful, even if not always completely truthful.

    For instance, he repeatedly claims that "thoughts can affect mother nature. Because thoughts do profoundly affect you. And if you think you can affect nature by thought alone, and "think" accordingly, the impact this will have on your beliefs and your actions can be profound. He often states that a claim has been "proved" where it's simply been stated. You'll read about the transmutation of the subconscious, about how thought vibrations travel through the ether, and how to plant creativity in your subconscious via communication with the infinite intelligence.

    The book is heavy on mystical musings and light on facts. That said, I don't think these bits of battiness detract from Hill's core message, and if anything, my occasional outrage kept me engaged.

    Onto practical matters: But Hill's advice cuts much deeper than this. It is not enough to want riches, or to wish you had them.

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    Hill means something more radical: If you fail in this regard, you will fail to achieve your vaguely desired goal. Hill gives some concrete advice for nurturing desire. First, you must define your purpose. Only then can you become consumed by it. Hill's recipe for making desire concrete is this: Become so obsessed with desire that you already see yourself in possession of the money But don't kid yourself into thinking desire will be enough: Take, then, this burning desire, and put all your effort behind it.

    I love Hill's emphasis on action: It's not enough to 'decide' you're totally committed: Cut off all sources of retreat, Hill tells us.

    Burn all bridges behind you, so that you win or perish. The tone here might be a little extreme, but his message carries crisp and clear: You must have faith: Of course, this is easier said than done. One concrete way to foster faith is through autosuggestion. The idea here is that you can come to believe something by repeating it to yourself sufficiently. Repetition of thought is powerful, and Hill claims it's the best way to influence your subconscious mind — the presumed bastion of belief.

    This might come off as a little crazy, but Hill elaborates: The mere reading of words is of no consequence unless you mix in strong emotions. Desire is one such emotion. Thus, if we've followed Hill's first step and developed a burning desire, it will be that much easier to apply autosuggestion to foster a sense of faith.

    And believing in yourself, and in your plan, is absolutely crucial. This might all be getting a little speculative, but so far, I'm inclined to agree with Hill.

    A short aside on transmutation: Hill claims that belief is "picked up by the subconscious mind and transmuted to its physical equivalent. If instead he means 'your beliefs themselves can influence physical reality,' then I disagree - or at least I would love to be presented with evidence. And indeed, you soon discover that Hill does mean the latter. He explains that our brains are connected by vibrations of thought, and that these vibrations connect us to the "infinite intelligence" — whatever that is.

    Hill confidently states that there is an undiscovered organ in the brain that receives 'vibrations of thought' — called hunches — from this infinite intelligence. Once these hunches have been captured, our subconscious mind will hand them over to our conscious mind in a flash of inspiration.

    And this, he claims, is how to get your plan for riches. As best I could tell, this is what Hill means by "transmutation of thought. We're told that "sex energy" is "creative energy," and you're implored to "harness and transmute" your desire for sex to lift yourself to a "higher sphere of thought. Here, at least, Hill offers some circumstantial evidence: The final ingredient is persistence.

    Without persistence, you will fail. Unfortunately, lack of persistence is a "weakness common to the majority of men. The key, again, is to have a definite purpose and a burning desire for its fulfillment. You must then transform that purpose into a definite plan, and immediately act. Consciously conquer procrastination and indecision. Throughout, guard your mind against negative and discouraging influences.

    And finally, form a "master mind alliance" — a coordination of knowledge and effort, for the attainment of a definite purpose — consisting of people who will encourage you to follow through with your plan and your purpose. Conclusion Hill might be a little crazy, and his writing style is a bit over the top.

    More critically, some of the particular things he says are at odds with his philosophy as a whole "these steps call for no hard labor. They call for no sacrifice". The danger is that these are the statements readers latch on to, and lose the forest for the trees.

    And this would be a shame, for when all is said and done, "Think and Grow Rich" is terrific book. Hill is passionate, and his advice is refreshingly practical. The above caveat aside, Hill tells it like it is. He decries the "universal weakness of lack of ambition" and our "national pastime of trying to get without giving". He explains that people mistake their wants for their just dues, and is explicit on the fact that you can't get something for nothing: He believes that "riches begin in the form of thought," and he makes this claim concrete.

    Desire, believe, act, and persist, he advises. If you do these things, you cannot fail — and never forget that "a quitter never wins-and-a winner never quits. View all 8 comments. There are some books in your bookshelves which you can read many times and every time you will get some new ideas.

    Think and grow rich is a book like this. Whenever I read this book I find out some new ideas every time. The psychological techniques and dealing with cetain situaiton are delead in a pretty good manner. He is a time tested motivational author who wrote this immortal book. A child or a youth everybody needs motivation because it's a positive source of energy that keeps you going in There are some books in your bookshelves which you can read many times and every time you will get some new ideas.

    A child or a youth everybody needs motivation because it's a positive source of energy that keeps you going in full blaze. Recommended to Apokripos by: No one. It just flashed in my mind. I bought this book just as the year is starting. What's odd about this is that I don't even have any inkling of what kind of a book this is when I bought it in downtown Recto I eventually found that it belong to the self-help genre. The book's title, "Think and Grow Rich" by napoleon Hill just flashed in my mind and, finding no prospective book to read at that time, I plunged on.

    As of this writing, I had finished the second round of reading it with future plans of doing it the third, fou I bought this book just as the year is starting. As of this writing, I had finished the second round of reading it with future plans of doing it the third, fourth, and fifth time as my time permits. But life is too short and there's too much of books I still got to read. I also found fascinating the subjects on the Principle of Autosuggestion and get this!! The Mystery of Sex Transmutation!

    Getting curious what these are all about..?? Why don't you grab the book and be awakened by the eternal truths on how to "attract" the surging wave of riches. You have to love what you are doing; you have to be anxious to go to work in the morning.

    Until you find something that you really love to do, you are probably not going to be successful because just making money doesn't make you successful. Developing a plan takes more than just thinking. You have to take action, too. Hill says you may not have all the details figured out in the beginning, but forming a plan is a good start. You can always alter your plan later on, he adds. Hill states that in addition to finding something we are passionate about, we need to align ourselves with other people to accomplish our goals.

    No matter how smart we are, we need others because we can't know everything about a particular thing. The more success you have, the more you are in a position to give back and make a difference in the lives of others is the philosophy that I have imbibed by reading this book. Most people who have been successful are very willing to help someone else achieve their own goals. I wish to state here the insights I've gained in reading this book, but I think it will deprive you of the fascination of knowing these things first hand.

    I envy you the journey of truly knowing yourself. Remember it's not the destination that matters, but how you've come to enjoy the journey and made the most out of it! My warm regards and happy reading! View all 3 comments.

    The mind cannot differentiate between truth and falsehood, we simply need to instruct or manipulate it toward a certain mode! Hill uses examples of past success such as Andrew Carnegie, Henry Ford and Thomas Edison to show how factors such as desire, the subconscious mind, faith and goals can interweave to create favorable condition for success. The title The mind cannot differentiate between truth and falsehood, we simply need to instruct or manipulate it toward a certain mode!

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