Stealing from Think and Grow Rich

Try This: Read Your Chief Aim Aloud

Stealing from Think and Grow Rich by Napoleon Hill: Write down whatever it is you want to build for yourself in life. Then every morning and every night, read that aloud. Out loud– Hear it in your voice and in your heart– Welcome it into the world.

The following summary of Napoleon Hills 17 principles is useful and interesting. Check it out. Numbers 1, 3,9,13, and 17 are my favorites. Less Brown shares a moving number 13 in this weeks video.

Napoleon Hill’s 17 Principles of Personal Achievement

Napoleon Hill:  (October 26, 1883 – November 8, 1970) was an American author and impresario from the new thought tradition of the previous century to become an early producer of personal-success literature.  Hill wrote that the turning point in his life had been a 1908 assignment to interview the industrialist and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie  In 1908, Carnegie was among the most powerful men in the world. Hill wrote that Carnegie had actually met with him at that time and challenged him to interview wealthy people to discover a simple formula for success and that he had gone on to interview many successful people of the time.

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Book I’m Reading (or re-reading):

Think and Grow Rich” – Napolean Hill 1937 classic
(Book number two in anyone’s library… after the Bible)

Video or Movie I’m Watching (or re-watching):

Les Brown: Raise your value
(23 minutes- gets emotional at 11 mins- well worth listening to)


Random Hack:

How to be more interesting in 12 simple steps


Quote of the Week:

“Whatever the mind can conceive and believe, the mind can achieve” – Napoleon Hill


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