Lesson 6 - Imagination - The greatest and most profitable thing that you can do with your imagination. - Why you need imagination to guarantee your success. - The two natures of imagination and how you can use them to create your future. - Why your thoughts 'give you away'...and what you can do about it. - The two main causes of failure. - "Mob ...
Lesson 6 - Imagination - The greatest and most profitable thing that you can do with your imagination. - Why you need imagination to guarantee your success. - The two natures of imagination and how you can use them to create your future. - Why your thoughts 'give you away'...and what you can do about it. - The two main causes of failure. - "Mob psychology..".and why you should be aware of it. - Why being an employee can be more profitable than being a leader. - Why you will never sell yourself to others unless you do this one thing. - How to use the power of "planting the seed" to your advantage. - How you can turn your great ideas into reality. - The secret of getting what you want from other people. - Why the battle for your success is only half-won unless you do this. Lesson 7 - Enthusiasm - The simple procedure that will guarantee you unlimited enthusiasm. - How you can harness your enthusiasm...and use it for profit. - The principle of Suggestion...and how you can use it to your advantage. - Why how you say something is more important than what you say. - The three things that you need to harmonize in order to influence somebody. - How the dangerous law of association can make matters worse for you than they really are. - The one thing in the world that gives you real and enduring power. - A simple three-step process to develop your enthusiasm. - Why knowledge alone is not enough for you to be a success. - How the secret of what you wear has a dramatic impact on your success. - Why your day-to-day routine can doom you to failure. - The seven deadly enemies inside your head...and why your success is measured by how well you do battle with them.
VERY GOOD. 8 X 5 1/2. The Law of Success in Sixteen Lessons Teaching, for the First Time in the History of the World, the True Philosophy upon which all Personal Success is Built. Volume 2 has some writings on the text. Gold gilt on cover/spine. Gilt decorated cloth. Some covers with minor wear, one with dents on foredge. Tight binding. No bookplate. _PAB_
Very Good. Eight Volumes, bound in brown faux leather with gilt stamping. In Very Good condition. Bindings are lightly rubbed, with areas of light edge wear and light soiling. Gilt stamping dulled and lightly rubbed, but still visible. The first volume has a previous owner name in ink to the front free end paper, and each volume has a book plate from the previous owner to the front paste down. Light offsetting to end papers. Pages show light age toning, with a few scattered spot stains. A lovely set.
Very Good. 8 Volumes. First Edition, complete set, bound in dark blue variant cloth. A stunning set, with volumes ranging in condition from Near Fine to Fine. Light wear to corners, dulling to stamping. Volume 8 shows an exposed hinge and a ding to the top edge. Else all hinges are firm, and pages are fresh. A very lovely set, in nicer shape than normally found.
GOOD. 8 X 5 1/2. The Law of Success in Sixteen Lessons Teaching, for the First Time in the History of the World the True Philosophy upon which all Personal Success is Built. First Edition First Printing Napoleon Hill Classic. Volume 1 130 pages, Volume 2 142 pages, VOlume 3 142 pages, Volume 4 154 pages, Volume 5 146 pages, Volume 6 138 pages, Volume 7 144 pages, Volume 8 157 pages. Volume 1 to 4 is cracked hinge. Volume 5-8 is tight binding. Black gilt on cover/spine. Previous owner name on end page of Volume 2. But the rest of the book no markings or writings. Stain on the cover. Foxing on the cover. Soiling on the spine. Small chipped on teh cover. General wear and rubbed cover. No bookplate. Influence Of Andrew Carnegie (1836-1919): Hill considered the turning point in his life to have occurred in the year 1908 with his assignment, as part of a series of articles about famous and successful men, to interview the industrialist and philanthropist Andrew Carnegie. At the time, Carnegie was one of the most powerful men in the world. Hill discovered that Carnegie believed that the process of success could be outlined in a simple formula that anyone would be able to understand and achieve. Impressed with Hill, Carnegie asked him if he was up to the task of putting together this information, to interview or analyze over 500 successful men and women, many of them millionaires, in order to discover and publish this formula for success. As part of his research, Hill claimed to have interviewed many of the most successful people of the time in the United Stated. In the acknowledgements section of his 1928 multi-volume work "The Law Of Success" Hill listed 45 of those studied by him during the previous twenty years, "the majority of those men at close range, in person", like the three to whom the book set was dedicated THE LAW OF SUCCESS is a 1925 book-actually in the form of a set of 15 separate booklets-by Napoleon Hill. It was released as a limited edition of 118 copies and was given to many of America's most successful individuals, all of whom had contributed to the book's content. _PAB_
Although a good book on self-motivation and planning for being successful, I found it redundant and style out of date. It could have been condensed so that you don't need to read more than 1000 pages. Overall impressive ingredients. Should go over it if you have time. It was less than what I expected it to be.
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