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Gerry Harvey, John Symond, Mark Bouris look for the clues they leave about success – Switzer Financial News

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Looking at the greatest business books of all-time to understand the power of influence took me on a trip down memory lane that reminded me of important, success-generating stuff I should never have forgotten! And its insightful stuff you should know for yourself and for those you lead and care about.

In recent times, Ive switched my Switzer Show podcast to be a rerun of one my favourite media activities of all time Talking Business which I pioneered for a decade with my friends at Stellar Inflight, who produced this for Qantas.

Ten years is a long time to do anything and my exit from something I loved coincided with my Switzer TV programme that went for over a decade, until Rupert and News Corp decided to close down the Sky Business channel.

What Im doing on The Switzer Show is tracking down legends, both new and old, to deliver on what so many people are and should be interested in the secrets of their success. As I wrote in my article last week, legends leave clues but someone often has to pry them out of them.

Over 30 years of talking, analysing and listening to business legends make speeches, these people who have been great at business are not gifted when it comes to teaching what others have to do to emulate them. A lot of these high achievers do things innately and never think that others dont see or think something that is so obvious to them.

Its like natural born leaders, who are a lot less on the ground than those who learn to lead. John Maxwell, the author of the book 21 Irrefutable Laws of Leadership, argues convincingly that leadership can be learnt. I think becoming a business builder is a skill that can be taught and learnt.

For three decades Ive tried to do business education via all my media, my books and websites and nowadays we have the Grow Your Business website, which has an online business coaching product that were developing.

I believe coaching and mentoring are critical game changers to anyone wanting any kind of success. When I want to lose weight, I go to my dietician expert. If Gerry Harvey asks me to play tennis with ex-pros who Im not good enough to play with, I get some coaching so I dont look hopeless.

Its the big lesson Ive taken as an educator and business builder myself if you want to progress, you have to tap into good influences.

This week I interview Ruslan Kogan for The Switzer Show podcast and two big take-outs came from the interview.

First, Ruslan, who Ive known and interviewed for over a decade, is a better bloke than I took him for and this was shown in his revelation about what he really thinks about Gerry Harvey.

Second, his view on his parents and how their courageous decision to become immigrants and then encourage Ruslan and his sister to work hard to become successful, is something that was quite unforgettable. At the time I told him that Id recently written about how Aussie Home Loans John Symond and Wizard/Yellow Brick Roads Mark Bouris both singled out their parents as critical influences in their success story.

These people were lucky, and I guess I was too because my parents were hardworking small business owners who sacrificed to give their kids opportunities. But what does someone do if they dont have these close relations who are good at inspiring and influencing?

Ive said this before that Jim Collins, author of the best-selling book Good to Great, admitted he didnt have life-changing influences in his life so he pretended he had an advisory board of mentors by reading books. This meant he counted the great Peter Drucker as a mentor along with others, just how Jim has become the same for others, and especially entrepreneurs who knew they needed help, inspiration and direction.

Thats why most of us trying to go from ordinary to extraordinary or from say good to great, need a hand from a coach, a mentor or in the absence of these a book or a website.

The key message from me is not only that you need a coach or a mentor but more importantly you have to be, as Cat Stevens once sang: On the road to find out.

And the poet Robert Frost gave us a huge clue when he wrote: Two roads diverged in a yellow wood. I took the one less travelled by, And that has made all the difference.

Ruslan Kogan and Gerry Harvey have been inspired travellers down the scary road of business. Ruslan compared this unknown, spooky world of business (as demonstrated by whats happened this year) to the kind of challenging environment that immigrants, like his parents, encountered in coming to Australia from Communist Eastern Europe.

And it is clear that someone like Ruslan, who used Gerrys fame to get attention for himself when he started out as a disruptor business, respects his rivals achievements in building the biggest retail business in the country.

This is the kind of maturity that can only come when someone has learnt from the lessons on the road or at the coalface of achieving something substantial and from business greats that have gone before him.

This five-year Kogan share price chart shows a lot has been learnt by Ruslan and it shows the power of great influences.

Note how his business has roared out of the Coronavirus crash, which says it all.

By the way, Forbes says the greatest business books of all-time, which look like they have been largely based on sales were:

1. Think and Grow Rich, by Napolean Hill

2. Rich Dad, Poor Dad, by Robert Kiyosaki

3. The E-Myth, by Michael Gerber

4. The 22 Immutable Laws of Marketing, by Al Ries and Jack Trout

5. How to Win Friends & Influence People, by Dale Carnegie

6. The Hard Thing About Hard Things, by Ben Horowitz

7. Blue Ocean Strategy, by W. Chan Kim and Rene Mauborgne

8. Shoe Dog, by Phil Knight

And they are all about insights from the very people who have seen what others miss and thats because the majority dont go looking for what the minority of successful people have to know.

If you cant get a coach or a mentor, start hanging out with books and videos that give you a sneaky way of getting winning clues from legends.

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Dr Ari Bernstein Talks About the Importance of Mentoring the Next Generation of Medical Professionals – LatestLY

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Napolean Hill once said, "Opinions are the cheapest commodities on earth. Everyone has a flock of opinions ready to be wished upon anyone who will accept them. If you are influenced by "opinions" when you reach DECISIONS, you will not succeed in any undertaking."

It's a quote that has long resonated with Dr. Ari Bernstein, MD, and you could say it's one which the 41-year-old from Long Island, New York, lives by.

When asked, the doctor is the first to admit he learned the inherent truth behind the quote the hard way, and explained, "Something that stayed with me from childhood is a lack of encouragement. It seemed as if people tried to limit my potential by telling me what I couldn't do, and so I made it my goal to prove to the world what I could do and help others do the same."

It turned out that what Dr. Ari 'could do' was demonstrate a natural affinity with the fields of medicine and science.

"I found my true calling early on," explained the doctor. "As a young child, I attended programs at Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory and science summer camp, and I knew instinctively what I wanted to do for the rest of my life."

After studying pre-med and psychology at Long Island University, Dr. Ari went on to finish his medical schooling at St. George's University and completed his internal medicine residency at NewYork-Presbyterian Queens.

Finally, in a position to give something back, and in particular, encourage and mentor other aspiring medical professionals, Dr. Ari remains passionate about using his knowledge and experience to make an impact on the lives of others.

The doctor explained, "During my college years, I volunteered at the Cold Spring Harbor Laboratory, where they were working on the Human Genome Project. I was also lucky enough to benefit from helping out a postdoctoral fellow at Columbia University College of Physicians and Surgeons in a genetics lab. The lessons I learned proved invaluable, and the encouragement I was given proved priceless. I am keen to help others realize that they should never let people pigeon-hole them and tell them what they can't do because I believe you can pretty much do anything if you set your mind to it and are willing to put the work in."

As a keen advocate of self-development, it is somewhat surprising that Dr. Ari Bernstein couldn't work for five years because of health issues. The issues were only eventually fixed after four separate surgical procedures, the implantation of a spinal cord stimulator, and bucketfuls of self-belief.

The doctor revealed, "You could say my passion for medicine and helping others is what saved me. The odds of me making a full recovery were completely against me, but here I stand, and here I am. Through perseverance and self-belief, I bounced back, and my sole goal is to help others realize that nothing is impossible."

As the good doctor's story proves, everyone in life at some point either needs or has the opportunity to lend a helping hand. Stepping up to the plate when it's your turn is what makes the world go around. As Anne Frank once wrote, "No one has ever become poor by giving."

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Investment tips: Slow and steady wins the money race – The New Indian Express

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Jeff Bezos, the founder of, once asked Warren Buffett, the legendary American investor, about people not copying his style of investing. Buffett responded by saying that nobody likes to get rich slow.

Getting rich quick is a dream. In our country, there is no shortage of people who would want to do that. There is nothing wrong with making money and realising your dreams. But just like a tree takes years to give you fruits after you plant a seed, your money takes time to provide you with benefits you wish to see. Your dreams, goals and aspirations create a drive for your path towards wealth.

As long as you do not break any law and do not evade taxes, there is no reason why you should not dream about being wealthy. One cannot predict when you would get there. Your future wealth is a factor of your future income. If you have a stream of income, you can always build enough wealth over 15-20 years.

You may now realise that there are no shortcuts in wealth creation. Napolean Hill, an American author of self-help books like Think and Grow Rich, said that if you cannot do great things, do small things in a great way. Regular investing is doing small things in a great way.

If you speak to a financial advisor, they will all tell you that it all begins with investing regularly.Every month, if you can set aside money to invest, then you could set yourself on the right path. As the years go by, a slow and steady process of regular monthly investment gets the benefit of compounding. The power of compounding was called the eighth wonder of the world by Albert Einstein. The most crucial aspect of regular investing is discipline. If you break it, it is a setback and would create delays in your path towards prosperity.

Your investment returns have to be at least twice that of the average consumer price inflation rate. The investment game is about ensuring that the time does not eat into the value of your money.Think and act equity

Equity assets are best suited if you are keeping a time horizon of 15-20 years. Time and again, it has been proved through analysis that stock market returns outperform all other asset classes over the long-term.

You can buy them through mutual funds. A few systematic investment plans from mutual fund houses with a good track record would set you up. A financial advisor can play a crucial role in helping you choose the right mutual funds. It is a good idea to stick to three or four different type of schemes. That would give you adequate diversification.

If that does not suit you, you may just get started with a simple investment in an index fund (Sensex or Nifty). Benchmark indices have outperformed all other fixed-income investments like public provident fund, fixed or bank deposits, gold and other asset classes. It is the most straightforward approach to getting rich. Most of the people in the United States have used index investing to boost their overall household wealth. They allocated their pension fund savings to index funds. The affluence in American households happened gradually.

Buying shares directly requires you to know more about investing. That is perhaps the reason why Warren Buffett calls it getting rich slow. When you buy equity shares of a business, you are purchasing a slice of the company. You have to then think about ways the business makes money. It may be a good idea to pick up shares of market leaders in key sectors like consumer goods, financial services, IT services and automobile. They can be a subset of companies that form the S&P BSE Sensex or NSE Nifty. Like you can do systematic investment plans in mutual funds, you can do a systematic equity plan in shares. Buy a small number of shares of a leading business over 15-20 years. A key to this strategy is to buy and hold.There are no shortcuts. Getting rich is a gradual process that requires effort. But it may just be worth your time.

SYSTEMATIC EQUITY PLANLike you can do systematic investment plans in mutual funds, you can do a systematic equity plan in shares. Buy a small number of shares of a leading business over 15-20 years. A key to this strategy is tobuy and hold.

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The Perfect Couple Enter the Perfect Exclusive World Records in Paper Cutting Art and Mimicry

The Perfect Couple (Husband- Chethan Koppa (32) & Wife, Akshatha Kudla (26)) Enter the Perfect Exclusive World Records in making the largest paper cutting Art using papers and stencil; and making Highest number of mimicry sounds in one minute, respectively. Akshatha is a Kannada teacher at St Aloysius Gonzaga School, Mangaluru, while Chethan is in-charge ofa Govt School in Ulaibettu.

Mangaluru : Whatever the Mind can Conceive and Believe, it can Achieve said Napolean Hill, therefore each one of us has at least one unique quality which is different from others, and for that matter, Exclusive World Record ( EWR ) welcomes such people / Organisation for shining in the world. EWR has been established in 2019 as a record book and organised by Lata Foundation. Exclusive World Records is the trademark of its owner being used by Lata Foundation under exclusive rights conferred by the owner of the said trademark.

Exclusive World Records aims to provide a platform to those people who have some talent or quality (Either single or group of person), and want to have their name in the sky and who desire shining like twinkle star by attempting or by doing unique activities. In this world every person has a unique talent which is different from the rest of the world. And here we have a young couple, both Teachers, who have made it into the Exclusive World Records, with unique talents of theirs.

Meet Ms Akshatha Kudla (26) and Chethan Koppa (32), a young couple who are Kannada teachers have entered the Exclusive World Records with their unique talent. The duo are associated with Mangaluru based Gopadkar Swaroopa Adhyayana Kendra, which aims to create an alternative to the existing system of education through painting, mimicry, dance and other art forms. Akshatha and Chethan have now inspired many others by entering Exclusive World Records, where Chethan had created the largest paper cutting of Mahatma gandhi, while Akshatha has performed 40 different mimicry sounds in just one minute.

26-year-old Ms Akshatha Kudla is a Kannada teacher at St Aloysius Gonzaga school-Mangaluru, who achieved the Exclusive World Records certificate for making 40 different mimicry sounds in a one minute. It is learnt that Akshatha was the only woman contestant out of eighteen who made it to final list. Over 800 contestants participated in the mimicry contest. Speaking to Team Mangalorean she said ,I can perform various mimicry sounds including vehicles sound, musical instruments, sounds of birds/animals etc in just one minute. In this contest, I mimicked 40 different sounds. The jury present in the contest was surprised looking at my talent. I want to encourage students to do multi-tasking. I learnt the art of mimicking at Gopadkar school and this has helped me to keep the students more engaged and support them in developing their mimicking skills.

32-year-old Chethan Koppa, a resident of Koppa in Chikkamagaluru, and who is a paper cutting artist, has entered the Exclusive World Records for making largest paper cutting art using papers and stencil. Presently Chethan is in-charge headmaster at Government Higher Primary School in Ulaibettu. Speaking to Team Mangalorean, Chethan said, My achievement will encourage hundreds of students especially those who are studying in government schools, to exhibit their talents. I secured the certificate by making the largest portrait of Mahatma Gandhi. I used white and black paper sheets measuring 11 ft long and 10.6 ft in width to make Gandhis portrait on 2 October 2019 in Mangaluru during Gandhi Namana programme. Chandan Suresh who is also a student of Gopadkar Swaroopa Adhyana Kendra inspired me to achieve the feat

Son of Babanna and Parvathy from Chikkamagaluru, Chethan has also authored few books including Amma Mattomme Kshamisu, and Asmithe, Muhurtha Sariyilla. He has also directed plays including Kade Koogu and Bangarada Rekke, and is serving as a resource person of Guruchethana programme by the education department. In addition, Chethan was also part of interactive sessions held with thousands of students under Akshaya Teru programme. Being a research teacher at Gopadkar Swaroopa Adhyayana Kendra, Chethan was part of several awareness programmes with an aim to transform lives of children for the last seven years.

As they say, You Can Do Anything, and Together We Can Do More, and for that matter, Chethan and Akshatha are no doubt special from others, having entered the Exclusive World Record with their each unique talent. The couple are not going to stop here, they still aim to achieve more. While Chethan has an aim to make 50 x 50 sized paper cutting, Akshatha wants to beat the world record by singing continuously for 106 hours. Team Mangalorean wishes the Made-For-Each-Othercouple all success in their future ventures.

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HT-Nielsen Top 10 list: Amish’s Sita leads, Ravinder Singh new entrant on fiction list – Hindustan Times

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While Amish Tripathis Sitas is back to the number one spot on the HT-Nielsen best-seller list for fiction, Chetan Bhagats One Indian Girl has climbed to the second position, followed by Durjoy Dattas The Boy Who Loved and Arundhati Roys The Ministry of Utmost Happiness. Ravinder Singhs This Love That Feels Right and Amishs The Oath of the Vayuputras are new entrants to the fiction list for this week.

Top - 10 Fiction Titles

Top-10 Non-Fiction Trade Titles

In the nonfiction category, Sudha Murtys new book Three Thousand Stitches: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Lives has moved up to the top spot. Sadhgurus Inner Engineering is at number two, and Think and Grow Rich by Napolean Hill at number three. Dr Joseph Murphys The Power of Your Subconscious Mind, which held the first position for many weeks, is now at number four, followed by APJ Abdul Kalams autobiography Wings of Fire.

Not much has changed in the list of best-selling childrens books by international publishers. Harry Potter and the Cursed Child rules the list, Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone is at number two, followed by Sudha Murtys Grandmas Bag of Stories and Jeff Kinneys latest Wimpy Kid offering, Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Double Down. Another Potter book, Harry Potter and the Chamber of Secrets, is at number five.

Top-5 Children, Young Adult and Educational Titles- International Publisher

Top-5 Children, Young Adult and Educational Titles- Indian Publisher

The line-up in the best-selling childrens books in Indian publishing category remains the same, only the positions have changed from last week. Timeless Tales from Panchatantra is at top, Rungeen Singhs The Best of Tenali Raman at number two, followed by Ruskin Bonds Great Stories for Children, his book The Blue Umbrella and The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupry.

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HT-Nielsen Top 10 list: Sudeep Nagarkar’s new romance tops fiction list – Hindustan Times

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After 12 weeks of holding the top spot on the HT-Nielsen best-seller list for fiction, Amish Tripathis Sita has finally moved to the second position by Sudeep Nagarkars romance Our Story Needs No Filter. At number three is Durjoy Dattas The Boy Who Loved, followed by Arundhati Roys The Ministry of Utmost Happiness and Amish Tripathis The Scion of Ikshvaku.

Top - 10 Fiction Titles

Top-10 Non-Fiction Trade Titles

In the nonfiction category, Think and Grow Rich by Napolean Hill has swapped places with Dr Joseph Murphys The Power of Your Subconscious Mind. Sudha Murtys new book Three Thousand Stitches: Ordinary People, Extraordinary Lives is at number three. Robert T Kiyosakis Rich Dad Poor Dad is at the fourth position, followed by Rujuta Diwekars Pregnancy Notes: Before, During and After.

In the list of best-selling childrens books by international publishers, Harry Potter and the Philosophers Stone continues to hold the top spot, followed by Jeff Kinneys latest Wimpy Kid offering, Diary of a Wimpy Kid: Double Down. Geronimo Stiltons Ship of Secrets is a new entrant to the list at number four.

Top-5 Children, Young Adult and Educational Titles- International Publisher

Top-5 Children, Young Adult and Educational Titles- Indian Publisher

Ruskin Bonds Great Stories for Children tops the best-selling childrens books in Indian publishing category, followed by Timeless Tales from Panchatantra, The Little Prince by Antoine de Saint-Exupry, The Best of Tenali Raman by Rungeen Singh and Ruskin Bonds The Blue Umbrella.

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Napoleon Hill – Wikipedia

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Da Wikipedia, l'enciclopedia libera.

Napoleon Hill (Pound, 26 ottobre 1883 Carolina del Sud, 8 novembre 1970) stato uno scrittore e saggista statunitense, uno dei primi produttori del moderno genere letterario del successo personale.

Il suo lavoro pi famoso stato "Think and Grow Rich", tradotto in italiano "Pensa e arricchisci te stesso", ed uno dei libri pi venduti di tutti i tempi. In uno dei suoi scritti ha dichiarato: "Ci che la mente pu concepire e credere, pu realizzarlo". Hill ha chiamato i suoi insegnamenti "La filosofia del Successo", considerando la libert, la democrazia, il capitalismo e l'armonia come suoi elementi importanti, senza i quali la fede personale non possibile. Paura ed egoismo, che considera la fonte del fallimento e dell'insuccesso della gente, non svolgono alcun ruolo nella sua filosofia. Il segreto del successo stato tangibilmente offerto ai lettori di "Think and Grow Rich". Hill ha presentato l'idea dello "Scopo Maggiore Definito", spingendo i suoi lettori a chiedersi "in cosa credono davvero". Secondo Hill, il 98% della gente non crede fermamente in qualcosa, mettendo cos il successo fuori dalla propria portata. Hill tratta molti temi controversi attraverso i suoi scritti compresi il razzismo, la schiavit, l'oppressione, il fallimento, la rivoluzione, la guerra e la povert.

Secondo il suo biografo ufficiale, Hill nacque in povert, in una casetta con due stanze nel comune di Pound nella Contea di Wise (Virginia). Sua madre mor quando aveva dieci anni. Suo padre si rispos due anni pi tardi. All'et di tredici anni cominci a scrivere per un piccolo giornale locale usando i suoi guadagni come reporter per potersi iscrivere alla scuola di legge, che ben presto abbandon per motivi finanziari. Il punto di svolta nella sua carriera considerato il 1908, quando gli viene affidato il compito di intervistare l'industriale Andrew Carnegie, per una serie di articoli su degli uomini famosi. Hill scopr che Carnegie credeva nel processo del successo e che questo poteva essere duplicato per una persona normale. Questo fece colpo su Hill. Carnegie, allora, gli commission (senza pagarlo e offrendogli solo delle lettere di referenza) di intervistare oltre 500 uomini e donne di successo, molti di loro milionari, al fine di scoprire e pubblicare questa formula del successo. Come parte della sua ricerca, Hill intervist molti degli uomini pi famosi di quel tempo, compreso Thomas Edison, Alexander Graham Bell, George Eastman, Henry Ford, Elmer Gates, John D. Rockefeller, Charles M. Schwab, FW Woolworth, William Wrigley Jr, John Wanamaker, William Jennings Bryan, Stalin, Theodore Roosevelt, William H. Taft, Woodrow Wilson, Charles Allen Ward e Jennings Randolph. Il progetto durato pi di venti anni, durante i quali Hill diventato consulente per Carnegie. Come risultato di questi studi, la Filosofia del Successo venne offerta come formula da Hill e Carnegie, pubblicata inizialmente nel 1928, come corso di studio chiamato, La legge del successo. La formula del Successo venne ulteriormente pubblicata pi dettagliatamente, per un corso di studio domestico, includendo la serie di diciassette volumi "Mental Dynamite", fino al 1941. Dal 1919 al 1920 Hill stato direttore ed editore della rivista Hill's Golden Formula, durante il quale ha scritto una lettera a Charles F. Haanel in cui ha elogiato il suo libro The Master Key System . Nella lettera scrive: "... Credo dovrebbe informare che il mio attuale successo e il successo che ha conseguito il mio lavoro, in qualit di Presidente della Napoleone Hill Foundation, dovuto in gran parte ai principi stabiliti nel The Master Key System". Nel 1930 ha pubblicato La Scaletta di successo. Dal 1933 al 1936 Hill stato un consulente non pagato del presidente Franklin Roosevelt.

Nel 1937, Hill distilla la Filosofia del Successo, producendo quello che sar il suo lavoro pi famoso, Think and Grow Rich, che vender pi di trenta milioni di copie. Nel 1960, Hill ha pubblicato una versione ridotta del libro, che per anni stato l'unico disponibile. Nel 1939 Hill ha pubblicato How to Sell Your Way through Life, e nel 1953 How to Rise Your Own Salary. Dal 1952 al 1962 ha lavorato con Clemente Stone per Combined Insurance Company of America insegnando "La Filosofia del Successo Personale", e alla conferenza sul tema "Scienza di successo". Come risultato parziale del suo lavoro con Stone, nel 1960 ha pubblicato il "Successo Attraverso un Atteggiamento Mentale Positivo". Mor nel 1970 nella Carolina del Sud, e nel 1971 il suo ultimo lavoro, "You Can Work Your Own Miracles", stato pubblicato postumo.

Hill ha speso la maggior parte dei suoi sforzi descrivendo ai suoi lettori e studenti il paradosso che "i pensieri sono cose". Infatti il sottotitolo del capitolo introduttivo di "Think and Grow Rich" "L'uomo che Pensa la sua Via". La capacit della gente di scambiarsi idee, rafforza il successo. La maggior parte degli esempi di Think and Grow Rich riguardano la grande difficolt di creare e mantenere, come mentalit, questo concetto che Hill ha denominato "The Master Mind". Razzismo, pregiudizio, guerra, povert, scoraggiamento e paura, Hill li illustra come barriere significative che esistevano al suo tempo (e ancora oggi esistono), lungo la strada del successo.

Hill ha dichiarato pi volte, nei suoi scritti, che la formula di successo richiede una completa e totale comprensione dello spirito di dare. Egli ha chiamato questo concetto "The Golden Rule" (La Regola d'Oro). Hill stato un devoto cristiano e non vede alcun conflitto tra il successo della sua filosofia e la fede religiosa. Acquisendo il Segreto del Successo di Carnegie, Hill disse, dopo che i suoi libri ebbero una vasta diffusione, che avrebbero dovuto essere esclusivamente per chi fosse "pronto" per loro; questo significa capire l'intera Filosofia, come La Regola d'Oro, la Fede e il Desiderio. Una volta pronto, chiunque potr ottenere una grande ricchezza solo applicando la formula.

La Regola d'Oro riguarda il potere del dare e del fare agli altri ci che vorresti ricevere. Hill mette alla prova il lettore facendogli chiedere: "Cosa posso veramente dare agli altri?". Mentre nella Fase Due dei Sei Gradini della "strada per la ricchezza", descritta in Think and Grow Rich, questo un gradino critico nella creazione della ricchezza, che esclude il 98% di quelli che ci provano.

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Biography Born in 1883, Napoleon Hill started his life in poverty, but would become what many consider to be the founder of the modern personal development movement. Spending his youth in a one-room cabin in rural Virginia, Napoleon went through many upheavels, including the death of his mother at the age of 10. When he came into adolescence, Hill began writting for small town newspapers, and the earnings derived from this work helped him pay his law school tuition fees.

This success lead to the real watershed moment in Hill's life: an assignment given him to interview industrialist Andrew Carnegie in a series of biographies on famous men. Carnegie at the time was one of the richest men in the world, and he told Hill that he felt success could be channeled into a simple formula that could be utilized by anyone. Impressed with the young interviewer, Carnegie commissioned Hill to interview over 500 millionaires so that he might formulate the key elements of success. The project lasted over 20 years, during which Hill served as Carnegie's advisor while interviewing diverse figures such as William H. Taft, F.W. Woolworth and Charles M. Shwab among others.

The product of this intensive study was published in 1928 under the title "The Law Of Success" and later elaborated on in Hill's most famous work "Think and Grow Rich", published in 1937. After publishing numerous books and lecturing on the mechanics of personal success, and the importance of a positive mental attitude, Hill's status as the innovator of a new field began to grow. As of this writting, "Think and Grow Rich" has sold 37 Million copies worldwide and is one of the holy grails in self-help literature. By the time Hill passed away in November 1970, he had created a vast legacy that has imparted the laws of personal achievement, self-motivation, and sound leadership to a new generation of self-help teachers.

We Recommend The most obvious place to begin with Napoleon Hill's work is "Think and Grow Rich". Here Hill extolls to readers that success is not an accident, its a habit. Throughout this inspirational masterpiece, which has influenced men and women on every continent, Hill gives examples and detailed analysis of how hundreds of exceedingly wealthy people earned and maintained their fortunes. This is an audio book that is sure to inspire you, motivate you, and enable you to make your dreams come true!

Next up we suggest "The Law of Success Vol. I", the first in a four volume series that covers in depth the laws that one can utilize for personal achievement. The first volume dubbed "Principles of Self-Mastery" represents an in-depth discussion of Napoleon Hill's first four principles of personal achievement-the foundation upon which personal success is built.

Finally there's "Your Right to Be Rich". This is a rare collection of original recordings in which Hill shares the success secrets he learned from the achievers who influenced him -- Carnegie, Edison, Ford and the other legendary leaders of the early 20th century -- and the common set of universal principles that Hill discovered at the root of their success.

All of these titles work to reiterate the basic truths Hill found while researching what became his life's work. Now you too can benefit from what Hill collected and start upon your way to a level of success that you may have assumed was unthinkable. is happy to help you unlock your potential with the help of Napoleon Hill.

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Napoleon Hill is considered to have influenced more people into success than any other person in history. Born in a one-room cabin, he began his career as a journalist. His big break came when he was asked to interview steel-magnate Andrew Carnegie, who was so impressed with the young reporter that he convinced Hill to research and organize the world's first philosophy of individual achievement. The project took 20 years to complete.

Hill wrote several best-selling books on the subject. Napoleon Hill's Think And Grow Rich is one of Nightingale-Conant's best-selling programs of all time, selling more than 20 million copies.Napoleon Hill was an American new thought author who was one of the earliest producers of the modern genre of personal achievement and success literature. Hill's works examined the power of personal beliefs as well as what role they play in personal success.

He became an advisor to President Franklin D. Roosevelt from 1933 to 1936.In 1883, Napoleon Hill was born into poverty in a small one-room cabin in Virginia. He began his writing career as a journalist for a small town newspaper and worked his way through law school. Not only did he become a bestselling writer on the principles of success, he also became a respected attorney.As a journalist, Napoleon Hill became acquainted with steel magnate, Andrew Carnegie.

Carnegie challenged Hill to interview the greatest business minds and leaders of his day to discover the common principles of success. Napoleon Hill took on the challenge and began to research and explore. He found that many of them had a similar way of thinking and acting, which contributed to their superior achievement. He compiled his results into several books, including Think and Grow Rich and The Laws of Success, both bestselling classics.Many thousands credit Hill's book Think and Grow Rich as the beginning foundation of their financial and personal success. His work stands as a monument to individual achievement and is a cornerstone of modern motivation.

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What did Napoleon Hill have to say about Mastermind Groups?

In his book, Think and Grow Rich, he talked about something called a mastermind alliance. He goes on to describe a mastermind group as, A friendly alliance with one or more persons who will encourage one to follow through with both plan and purpose.

In his book, Master Key to Riches, Napoleon Hill says, Every mind needs friendly contact with other minds, for food of expansion and growth. To Hill mastermind groups are established to help create an environment that nurtures and supports growth.

Notice how he uses the word friendly throughout his discussion of mastermind groups? Hill believed that a harmonious groups of two or more people who come together for a specific purpose, or around a specific topic, bring forth the power of creativity and support that you cant find when you go it alone. Napoleon Hill feels so strongly about this that he says in Your Magic Power to be Rich, Maintain perfect harmony between yourself and every member of your master mind group. If you fail to carry out this instruction to the letter, you may expect to meet with failure. The master mind principle cannot obtain where perfect harmony does not prevail. Thats a strong message about what makes a mastermind group succeed or fail.

In Hills book, The Law of Success, he adds another element to the idea of a mastermind group: the group helps to organize useful knowledge, creating a virtual encyclopedia from which each member can draw information.

When starting a mastermind group, or joining an existing one, look for these three hallmarks: friendly, growth-oriented, and willing to share information.

By the way, have you seen Napoleon Hills videos from his TV show in the 1960s? You can view them all of Napoleon Hills videoshere.

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