Napoleon Hill – Think and Grow Rich – Definiteness of Purpose
Napoleon Hill Quote on Persistence
Sharing this Quote for the Day by Napoleon Hill. I love reading quotes especially profound one liners that stimulates my brain, motivation, and plans for the day. This Napoleon Hill Quote on Persistence surely a standout for me today. It’s Sunday here in Sydney, Australia. I have the liberty to put this quote on a photo I have taken while we were in holiday in New Zealand early this year.
“The majority of men meet with failure because of their lack of persistence in creating new plans to take the place of those which fail.”
Napoleon Hill “Think and Grow Rich” #1 Definiteness of Purpose
All success begins with the definiteness of purpose – Napoleon Hill
This is rare footage from the early 1960’s on “Think and Grow Rich”. These segments will be uploaded as they become available one section/lesson at a time. The Secret is based on Napoleon’s principles.This is “The Secret behind the Secret.” Uploaded by successnationorg on Youtube.
Rich Man, Poor Man
The Story of Napoleon Hill
“Oliver Napoleon Hill was born in Wise County, Va., on Oct. 26, 1883. For young Napoleon, the wealthy industrialists he came to admire in later years were far removed from this primitive land where poverty, illiteracy and superstition reigned.
Nap, as he was called, was 10 when his mother passed away, leaving his father to care for him and his brother. James Hill was ill-equipped as a single parent and had difficulty in taming his son’s increasingly wild nature. Napoleon was enamored with the outlaw Jesse James, carried a six-shooter on his hip and went about the county terrorizing its citizens. Continue reading on site
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