ISBN: 9789353763763 Pages: 766 Size: 129 x 198 mm Language: English Book Binding: Paperback Weight: 700 gm.
About The Book
"Ask any wise man what he most desires and he will, more than likely, say âmore wisdom.â
Written over a span of twenty years, The Law of Success, later consolidated as The Law of Success in 16 Lessons is an extremely influential book by Napoleon Hill that continues to inspire readers nearly a centur y after it was first published. For this enriching guide to success, Hill studied magnates such as Henr y Ford, John D. Rockefeller, Alexander Graham Bell, Thomas Edison and J.P. Morgan among others to discover the secret to success.
Truly inspiring, the book discusses the importance of self-discipline, self-confidence, persistence and the need to set goals and work hard for them. In sixteen lessons, the reader discovers the significance of failure, perseverance, accurate thinking and a pleasant personality for a successful, healthy and happy life.
A must-read for all."
About Napoleon Hill
Born in a one-room cabin in Virginia, Napoleon Hill (1883-1970), was an American author who came upon his life's purpose in 1908, when he met one of the most celebrated industrialist-philanthropists of the time, Andrew Carnegie, as part of a project to write about the lives of a series of financially successful, powerful men. Hill learnt that Carnegie believed in a kind of secret formula for success in the world, a simple set of rules which would do the trick for whoever could master them. Spotting the spark in Hill, Carnegie asked him if he could systematically analyse the lives of over five hundred noted personalities who seemed to have applied this very magic recipe for success for others to benefit from it. This was the primary impetus behind Hill's writing, Think and Grow Rich (1937), an e bestseller in the genre of personal success literature. Of these stories, the most moving story was about his own son, Blair, who was born without any hearing organs at all but, through all-tim faith and perseverance, grew up to be able to hear quite well. Later in life, Napoleon Hill addressed his many personal success teachings as "The Philosophy of Achievement, of which he considered democracy, capitalism, freedom and harmony to be significant constituents.