Napoleon Hill's How to Think and Grow Rich - The Classic Handbook of Success Proved By Over 500 World Leaders.
Your thoughts control the money in your pocket - or the lack of it. That is the central point of this all-time classic bestseller from Napoleon Hill. Having sold somewhere over 37 million copies, it is the result of 20 years interviewing over 500 world leaders of that period to discover a simple and personal philosophy of success which anyone can apply. That this little book continues to sell well today is a tribute to the workability of it's premise. In only 13 points, Hill lays out how you can start today in casting off your fears of poverty and start achieving any amount of income you could want or need. But the principles also go far beyond that - and actually can help you achieve any improved condition for your health, relationships, or peace of mind... This is the complete 1937 edition, formatted for easy viewing and access. Get Your Copy today - and keep it always in your pocket or purse for ready access. A timeless reference you shouldn't do without.
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TRIBUTES TO THE AUTHOR
CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION
CHAPTER 2 DESIRE
CHAPTER 3 FAITH
CHAPTER 7 ORGANIZED PLANNING
CHAPTER 8 DECISION
CHAPTER 9 PERSISTENCE
CHAPTER 10 POWER OF THE MASTER MIND
CHAPTER 11 THE MYSTERY OF SEX TRANSMUTATION
CHAPTER 12 THE SUBCONSCIOUS MIND
CHAPTER 13 THE BRAIN
CHAPTER 14 THE SIXTH SENSE
CHAPTER 4 AUTOSUGGESTION
CHAPTER 5 SPECIALIZED KNOWLEDGE
CHAPTER 6 IMAGINATION
CHAPTER 15 HOW TO OUTWIT THE SIX GHOSTS OF FEAR
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