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From legendary author of multi million-copy seller Think and Grow Rich, Napoleon Hill outlines his principles for life-changing success.
Napoleon Hill, the legendary author of the classic bestseller Think and Grow Rich, has been immortalized for his contribution to the self-help genre. In this never-before-published work he continues to share his wisdom that has changed the lives of millions. With straightforward, engaging language, Hill explains the fundamental rules that lead to a prosperous life. From the importance of having Definitiveness of Purpose to the inexorable influence of the Cosmic Habit Force, Hill's principles offer a new way of thinking about intention, self-discipline, and the way we lead our lives.
Originally delivered as a series of speeches, Success Habits is filled with personal anecdotes and stories to illustrate the Principles of Success. Hill's insights apply to every facet of life, inspiring readers to leverage his principles to achieve their own aspirations and create the successful lives they have always dreamed of.
This appealing guide to success marks the latest installment in the Napoleon Hill Is On the Air series, which presents writings from Hill (1883 1970), best known for the 1937 bestseller Think and Grow Rich. Don Green, executive director of the Napoleon Hill Foundation, discovered the forgotten tapes of Hill's radio and TV lecture programs, and has since been transcribing and publishing them for fans of "success philosophy." This entry derives from weekly radio broadcasts from a 1952 series in which Hill, in a folksy tone, discusses ways to build habits in order to capitalize on his success principles: mastering one's definite purpose and developing a pleasing personality. Some of it sounds like magical thinking the "law of cosmic habit force" and similarly named concepts will raise some initially skeptical eyebrows but at heart the advice is eminently practical and solid, as when he warns businesspeople against reading their contracts carelessly, stating that "taking the path of least resistance makes all rivers and some men crooked." Though some may find this quiet and very much a product of its different time, Hill's large and devoted fan base will be glad to have this good-natured addition to his library of success literature.