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TGR Napoleon Hill

TGR Napoleon Hill

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Published by Camilla Wellton

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Published by: Camilla Wellton on Nov 13, 2010
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"Whatever your mind can conceive and believe it can achieve."
- Napoleon Hill
This book was the first I ever read for my own benefit
by my choice. Priorto this book my reading was primarily for school assignments. Looking back now, things have never been quite the same in my life since my initial reading of 
Think and Grow Rich
.American born Napoleon Hill is considered to have influenced more peopleinto success than any other person in history. He has been possibly the mostinfluential man in the area of personal success technique development, primarilythrough his classic book 
Think and Grow Rich
, which has helped millions of people and has influenced the lives of so many successful people they are justtoo numerous to list.Will you add your own name to this list?Napoleon Hill was born into poverty in 1883 in a one-room cabin in WiseCounty, Virginia. At the age of 10 his mother died, and two years later his fatherremarried. He became a very defiant lad, but developed into an incredible man.He began his writing career at the age of 13 as a "mountain reporter" for smalltown newspapers and went on to become America's most beloved motivationalauthor. Fighting against all sorts of great disadvantages and pressures, hededicated more than 25 years of his life to define the reasons by which so manypeople fail to achieve true financial success and happiness in their lives.During this time he achieved great success as an attorney and journalist. Hisearly occupation as a reporter helped to fund his way through law school. He wasgiven a project to write a series of success stories of famous men, and his bigbreak came when he was asked to interview steel-magnate Andrew Carnegie. Mr.Carnegie commissioned Hill to interview over 500 millionaires to find a blueprintfor success that could be used by the average person. These included ThomasEdison, Alexander Graham Bell, Henry Ford, Elmer Gates, Charles M. Schwab,Theodore Roosevelt, William Wrigley Jr., John Wanamaker, William JenningsBryan, George Eastman, Woodrow Wilson, William H. Taft, John D. Rockefeller,F. W. Woolworth, Jennings Randolph, among others.Hill ultimately became an advisor to Andrew Carnegie, and with Carnegie'sassistance he formulated a philosophy of success, drawing on the thoughts and
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personal experience of a multitude of rags-to-riches tycoons. It took Hill over 20years to produce this book, a classic in the Personal Development field. Think andGrow Rich has sold over 9 million copies and has helped thousands attain truesuccess.
The secret to success is very simple but you will have to read the book to learnit for yourself.
Napoleon Hill passed away in November 1970 after a long and successfulcareer writing, teaching, and lecturing about these principles of success. His work stands as a monument to individual achievement and is the foundation of modernmotivation. His book,
Think and Grow Rich
, is the all time best-seller in the field.I believe it was the same year Hill died (1970) that I came upon and read thisbook for the first time. I was young, a freshman in high school at the time.Although, I realized the book contained the answers I had always searched for,consistently applying these techniques in my own life eluded me for many years.Ironically, much of what I do today is to demonstrate and assist others in applyingthese same principles in their own lives. Personal life experience is always thegreatest teacher of them all and the most valuable lesson I
ve learned is that whenanother man possesses the answers we seek 
and is willing to make themavailable
pay close attention immediately as they become available to you.Several years ago I came upon a biography of Hill and it was an eye-opening journey into the life of a man whose days, it turns out, were not the smooth sailing Ihad always thought they were.Napoleon struggled against frequent obstacles all through the course of his life,many of which were brought on by some of the earlier choices he had made. I can
tcount the number of times he ended up flat broke following a vastly successfulventure gone sour. His personal life was as spotted as his financial life.My own discovery of his many flaws caused me not to lose respect, but toactually gain a sort of reverence for him. Having learned about the struggles of thisvery human man has given me a whole new perspective of admiration, even awe, of the incredible spirit and perseverance that he displayed repeatedly againstenormous odds.I now understand that Hill didn
t write about some theory of how to think andgrow rich. He wrote from his own experience and the experience of America
smost successful.We all have our own experiences and struggles. I will not share mine here. Butknow that whatever odds may be facing
you can, and will prevail

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