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Napoleon Hill: Law of Success Review – Lessons I-V

We’ve finally come to the completion of one of the greatest books to have ever been assembled.  I’m truly grateful that this was the game-changer that stepped into my life, gawking at me on a bookshelf in Asia Books in Siam Paragon, Bangkok –…

How To Create A Band of Friends That Will Help Up-Level You

Set aside some time and make a list of people you would like to ask to mentor you. Tony Robbins Lisa Nichols Gary Vee Vishen Lakhiani Tom Bilyeau Les Brown Michael Bernard Beckwith Jim Kwik It will probably seem daunting at first to contact…

Napoleon Hill’s Golden Rule: Part IV

Positive thought develops a dynamic personality.  Negative thought develops a personality of an opposite nature.  In many of the preceding lessons of this course, and in this one, definite instructions are given as to the exact method of developing personality through positive thought.  These…

Napoleon Hill: Golden Rule – Emerson’s Essay (Revised)

There has been a lot of reference in regards to Emerson through the entire book, and Napoleon says that it should be ready at least every three months.  Why? It deals with the same law that upon which the Golden Rule is based. A…

Napoleon Hill: Last Lesson – The Golden Rule

It’s time to get into the last lesson of this book.  It’s been a long and beautiful ride.  I bought this book originally in the early stages of 2016.  Since then, I bought so many other books, so I fell in and out of…

Napoleon Hill: Tolerance – Part V – The End & Creed

We learned from the world war that we cannot destroy a part without weakening the whole; that when one nation or group of people is reduced to poverty and want, the remainder of the world suffers, also.  We also learned, conversely, that co-operation and…

Napoleon Hill: Tolerance – Part IV – The Plan

War can be eliminated only by education, through the aid of the principle of subordination of the individual interests to the broader interests of the human race as a whole.  Any plan to abolish war, to be success, depends upon the successful co-ordination of…

Napoleon Hill: Tolerance – Part III – War & More War Perpetuated

We, too, are setting up in the minds of our young a national idea, and this idea is being so effectively developed, through the principle of social heredity, that it has already become the dominating idea of the nation. This idea is the desire…

Napoleon Hill: Tolerance – Part II – How To Abolish War

A few couple of stories on tolerance and intolerance. Recently I met with an individual who runs an online language center.  This individual, who seemed very vibrant at first meeting, has a lack of communication.  What I thought could’ve been a life-long partnership turned…

Remember That No One Ever Kicks A Dead Dog

What does this mean? Well, to be very blunt, no one would try to seek vengeance on someone who has already died.  For example, Les Brown once said, “people die at 20 but they’re not buried until 70.” This is the reference I’m trying…

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