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In Think and Grow Rich, Hill draws on stories of Andrew Carnegie, Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, and other millionaires of his generation to illustrate his principles. This book will teach you the secrets that could bring you a fortune. It will show you not only what to do but how to do it. Once you learn and apply the simple, basic techniques revealed here, you will have mastered the secret of true and lasting success.
Money and material things are essential for freedom of body and mind, but there are some who will feel that the greatest of all riches can be evaluated only in terms of lasting friendships, loving family relationships, understanding between business associates, and introspective harmony which brings one true peace of mind! All who read, understand, and apply this philosophy will be better prepared to attract and enjoy these spiritual values.
BE PREPARED! When you expose yourself to the influence of this philosophy, you may experience a CHANGED LIFE which can help you negotiate your way through life with harmony and understanding and prepare you for the accumulation of abundant material riches.
Piense y hágase rico es una obra diseñada a partir de una experiencia para conseguir el triunfo económico y personal de la humanidad entera. Gracias a este libro, la riqueza y la realización personal están al alcance de todas aquellas personas que lo deseen. No dejes el éxito en manos de unos pocos y lucha por tu trozo de pastel.
Fame? Fortune? Impactful service? More meaningful relationships? You can have anything that you want in life when you discover the secret contained in Napoleon Hill’s Think and Grow Rich.
Originally published in 1937, Think and Grow Rich helped end the Great Depression with its 13 steps to amass riches. It holds the keys to financial independence, harmonious relationships, power, happiness, fulfillment, and peace of mind. All forms of wealth can be yours if you are willing to pay the price…and that is, to THINK—to enlarge your mind, take control of your thoughts, and leverage the power of the vast mental resources available to you in order to translate your greatest desires into their material equivalent.
As Hill said, “There is no point in having such a great potential for achievement unless you do something to convert it into an actuality.” Think and Grow Rich in
Ten Minutes a Day extracts the key principles, instructions, and stories from Hill’s original, unedited masterpiece and provides updated, relevant examples—in modernized, easily accessible language—so that all readers, regardless of how busy they are, can benefit from the timeless wisdom found in Hill’s book. Action items added to the original text will help readers expertly apply each chapter’s lessons.
Your master-key to success is already in your hands! Let this book show you how to use it efficiently and effectively to unlock the storehouses of riches that are within your reach. Harness the power of thought to distinguish yourself like you never imagined possible…for “anything the mind can believe, it can achieve!”
From the bestselling author Napoleon Hill—Lessons on Success has helped millions of readers make the impossible, POSSIBLE!
Napoleon Hill's 17 Essential Principles of Personal Achievement have served as an encouraging and illuminating guide for those seeking to improve all areas of their lives for more than half a century.
Lessons on Success is the book that keys readers into Hill's distinct thought process—this is THE complete and unabridged mind-power method for achieving your goals.
After interviewing dozens of industrialists, diplomats, thought leaders, and people who are at the top of their game, Hill distilled what he learned and converted his study into seventeen core lessons that will set you up for success in every facet of your life!
• The principles of practical psychology used in successful negotiation
• How to create intelligent promotion in order to succeed
• The strategy of professional salesmanship
• The qualities the professional salesperson must develop
• Autosuggestion: the first step in salesmanship
• About the Master Mind
• Initiative and Leadership
• How to qualify the prospective buyer
• How to neutralize the prospective buyer’s mind
• The art of closing the sale
The ability to influence people without irritating them is the most important trait in salesmanship. This book is devoted to an analysis of the principles of psychology through which anyone may negotiate with others without causing friction. The principles were conceived from the life experiences of some of the most successful leaders in business, industry, finance and education known to the American people in the first half of the 20th century. They are also the principles by which one may win friends and influence people without unneccessarily flattering them.
The world needs new leaders and is rich with opportunities for professional salespeople who are creative, energetic and desire to benefit others. You can be one of them!
Before the landmark book Think and Grow Rich came The Law of Success, an eight-volume series in which Hill presents the complete Science of Success philosophy. Originally published in 1928, this success system contains sixteen lessons on personal achievement, gleaned from interviews with and research on over 500 top performers from various industries and walks of life. Now condensed for your convenience into one compact volume curated by the Trustees of the Napoleon Hill Foundation, The Law of Success details the exact steps by which any individual can harness the power of thought to turn their dreams into reality. This is much more than a guide or roadmap; it is a total lifestyle makeover, with concrete resources for everyday application. If you are serious about becoming the best version of yourself in your field, your relationships, your health, and your finances, then you are ready for the original master class on success.
~ A message from the executive director and CEO of the Napoleon Hill Foundation ~
There have been many requests over the years for a version that is more concise and compact yet contains the core lessons discovered and set forth in the discussion of the sixteen success principles. The Trustees of the Napoleon Hill Foundation heard these requests and took on the task of producing such a book, containing what they viewed as the essential lessons and most important portions of the original work, and what you are about to read is the result. This version has dispensed with the third party quotations and “After the Lesson” essays in the original work, deleted some stories that were repeated in other of Hill’s books published after 1928, and eliminated repetition (rightly valued by Mr. Hill as a learning method but not appropriate for a compact volume.) The Trustees believe, and hope you will agree, that the resulting volume contains all the essential wisdom of this groundbreaking work, Law of Success.
I have been the Executive Director of the Napoleon Hill Foundation since 2000, and I and the other Trustees who contributed to this work have nearly 200 years combined years of service to the Foundation. I believe they are singularly equipped to produce the best distillation of Napoleon Hill’s seminal work and am proud to present this book for your enjoyment, appreciation, and education.
—Don M. Green, Executive Director, Chief Executive Officer, and Trustee
Think and Grow Rich - Over 100 Million Copies Sold
This edition of Think and Grow Rich may contain errors and inappropriate or obsolete language, as it is the original, unedited 1937 edition, yet kept in print for this very reason. Having sold tens of millions and changing just as many lives, this edition is intended to offer the completely untouched original publication, as we can all agree that its principals are absolutely timeless and golden and have been ever since.
Napoleon Hill’s Classic Think and Grow Rich has sold over 100 Million Copies since its first publication in 1937. Having been credited with helping to inspire more people to become millionaires, billionaires and even multi-billionaires than any other book in history, Hill draws on stories of Andrew Carnegie, Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, and other millionaires of his generation to illustrate his revolutionary "13 Steps to Riches" that took „a fortune and the better part of a lifetime of effort“ to produce.
Based upon Napoleon’s famous Law of Success Philosophy, Think and Grow Rich was 25 years in the making, revealing the secrets that can bring you fortune backed by 500 well known men, who admitted that they had accumulated their vast fortune through the aid of the Carnegie formula for money-making which is taught in this most transformative success book of all time.
To receive the greatest possible benefit from its wisdom, read no more than one chapter per day, allowing the space and time to fully digest its insights and to enable your imaginative faculties to act on the thought impulses generated thereby. You will also undoubtedly find your progress magnified by working through this content in the setting of a book club or study group, wherein the mastermind principle can be applied to reach higher-level orders of thinking. Regardless of your approach, when you commit yourself to practicing the steps outlined in this book, you will surely open yourself up to great personal growth and momentum toward achieving your dreams.
“Anything the mind can conceive and believe, it can achieve.”
Within this one line is distilled a success formula so simple that anyone can apply it—and yet so demanding that only a minority of the population ever fully lives it out. Upon it was built a success philosophy that explains how human desires can be translated into material reality, a framework that rests upon the power of thoughts to seek expression in physical form. Through this singular concept, the world’s wealthiest and most successful individuals—rich in money, relationships, power, peace of mind, and social standing—have built and maintained their prosperity. It is the foundational principle of Napoleon Hill’s Science of Success program, an achievement philosophy that effectively helped end the Great Depression and that has since made more millionaires, cultural icons, and thought leaders than any other.
Hill was born in 1883 in a one-room cabin on the Pound River in Wise County, Virginia. He began his writing career at age thirteen as a mountain reporter for small-town newspapers. In 1908, as a young special investigator for a nationally known business magazine, he was sent to interview the great steel magnate Andrew Carnegie. During that interview, Carnegie shared the secrets that had enabled him to acquire hundreds of millions of dollars—a magic law of the human mind, a little-known psychological principle that was amazing in its power.
Believing that this magic formula should be shared with those who did not have the time or resources to discover it on their own, Carnegie tasked Hill with spending twenty years or more developing this principle into a philosophy of personal success. This research would be conducted without pay; Carnegie merely provided Hill with access to over five hundred of America’s greatest business leaders in order to test his success formula. In 1937, after twenty-nine years of research and writing, Hill published Think and Grow Rich, which contains the thirteen success principles that form the core of the Science of Success. Since its release, it has sold over one hundred million copies worldwide. No literary work in the personal development genre has had a greater creative impact than Think and Grow Rich.
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Think And Grow Rich is one of the universally recognized personal development masterpieces The book‘s philosophy centers around the idea that success, in any endeavor, can be reached through mental visualization and imagination. To put it in simple terms, you can become anything that your mind deems possible; as a result, your mind becomes the one thing that can either stop you or propel you toward becoming the best version of yourself.
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The Man Who “Thought” His Way
TRULY, THOUGHTS ARE THINGS—and powerful things at that when they are mixed with definiteness of purpose, persistence, and a BURNING DESIRE for their translation into riches or other material objects.
Edwin C. Barnes discovered how true it is that individuals really do THINK AND GROW RICH.1 His discovery did not come about at one sitting. It came little by little, beginning with a BURNING DESIRE to become a business associate of the great Thomas Alva Edison.
One of the chief characteristics of Barnes’ desire was that it was definite. He wanted to work with Edison, not for him. Observe carefully the description of how he went about translating his DESIRE into reality, and you will have a better understanding of the 13 steps which lead to riches.
When this DESIRE, or impulse of thought, first flashed into Barnes’ mind, he was in no position to act upon it. Two difficulties stood in his way. He did not know Mr. Edison, and he did not have enough money to pay his railroad fare to Orange, New Jersey, where Mr. Edison’s laboratories were located. These difficulties were sufficient to have discouraged the majority of people from making any attempt to carry out the desire. But his was no ordinary desire! He was so determined to find a way to carry out his desire that he finally decided to travel by “blind baggage,” rather than be defeated. (In other words, he went to East Orange on a freight train.)
He presented himself at Mr. Edison’s laboratory and announced he had come to go into business with the inventor. Years later, in speaking of the first meeting between Barnes and Edison, Mr. Edison said, “He stood there before me looking like an ordinary tramp, but there was something in the expression of his face which conveyed the impression that he was determined to get what he had come after. I had learned from years of experience with men that when a man really desires a thing so deeply that he is willing to stake his entire future on a single turn of the wheel in order to get it, he is sure to win. I gave him the opportunity he asked for because I saw he had made up his mind to stand by until he succeeded. Subsequent events proved that no mistake was made.”
Just what young Barnes said to Mr. Edison on that occasion was far less important than that which he thought. Edison himself said so! It could not have been the young man’s appearance which got him his start in the Edison office, for that was definitely against him. It was what he THOUGHT that counted.
If the significance of this statement could be conveyed to the person who reads it, there would be no need for the remainder of this book.
Barnes did not get his partnership with Edison on his first interview. He did get a chance to work in the Edison offices at a very nominal wage, doing work that was unimportant to Edison but most important to Barnes because it gave him an opportunity to display his “merchandise” where his intended partner could see it.
Months went by.
Follow in the footsteps of the giants of success! Hill devoted his life to studying the question of what makes someone successful. After analyzing the success of more than 500 of the 20th century’s greatest achievers, his exhaustive research proved that the essence of success lies within 17 principles that when used together serve as an infallible formula for achievement.
In this book, you will read these never before published lectures delivered to individuals who were being trained in his organization to teach his philosophy. Through this exclusive course authorized by the Napoleon Hill Foundation, you will learn how to acquire these 17 necessary skills:
• Definiteness of Purpose
• The Mastermind Alliance
• Meaning of Faith
• Pleasing Personality
• Going the Extra Mile
• Personal Initiative
• A Positive Mental Attitude
• Learning from Adversity
• Accurate Thinking
• Sound Physical Health
• Controlled Attention
• Budgeting Your Time
• Cosmic Habit Force