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I think there is no one who is not ambitious of success, but what we need to know is a person’s success does not depend on his talent, the key point still depends on whether he can continuously and variously conquer himself.
The Law of Success (ANA: The Law of Success in 16 Lessons) was first released in 1925 as a set of 16 separate booklets by Napoleon Hill. After decades of research, Napoleon Hill summarized the most valuable 16 laws with regularity in this book, which constituted the basic content of his success science. So it has become the success bible of millions upon millions of people, and produced thousands of rich miracle.
The Law of Success: In Sixteen Lessons contains all the essence of the Napoleon Hill’s success of art, it will bring every aspiring young people an important spiritual journey, guide them to break through the barrier of life, realize the change of fate, and finally reach the other side of the ideal.
// Table Of Contents //
- Lesson 1 – The Master Mind (129 pages)
- Lesson 2 – A Definite Chief Aim (68 pages)
- Lesson 3 – Self Confidence (77 pages)
- Lesson 4 – The Habit of Saving (68 pages)
- Lesson 5 – Initiative and Leadership (76 pages)
- Lesson 6 – Imagination (82 pages)
- Lesson 7 – Enthusiasm (74 pages)
- Lesson 8 – Self-Control (76 pages)
- Lesson 9 – Habit of Doing More Than You Are Paid For (73 pages)
- Lesson 10 – Pleasing Personality (60 pages)
- Lesson 11 – Accurate Thought (80 pages)
- Lesson 12 – Concentration (78 pages)
- Lesson 13 – Co-operation (68 pages)
- Lesson 14 – Failure (52 pages)
- Lesson 15 – Tolerance (42 pages)
- Lesson 16 – The Golden Rule (67 pages)
// Edition Statement //
This is its complete and unabridged high-definition TEXT-PDF edition (edited version of Napoleon Hill’s first manuscripts) published in 1928, with 1170 pages.
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