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The Law of Success is Napoleon Hill’s life-altering course of 15 transformational lessons designed to help you create the life you’ve always wanted.
Originally published in 1928, this book has changed the lives of millions of people in the years that have passed. Hill interviewed numerous industrial giants of his day - from Andrew Carnegie to Thomas Edison and J.P. Morgan - and distilled what he learned into the 15 lessons that compose The Law of Success.
The lessons range in topic from the importance of organized planning and imagination to the power of desire, but each is aimed at creating a new reality of abundance and prosperity.
This complete, unabridged edition is essential listening for everyone looking to achieve a successful life.
A Macmillan Audio production from St. Martin's Essentials
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I wish I would have read the hard copy long ago.
One of Napoleon Hill's masterpieces. You can think of this book as an expanded version to Think & Grow Rich. It covers similar areas of success but goes into both wider & deeper areas of success.
The narration is perhaps the most important part of an audio book. A bad narration can make you regret your purchase & want a refund. I'm happy to say that the narration was done well. Throughout the 25 hours of listening, Roger Wayne's voice was pleasant & sounded as if he could have been the author reading the book. Throughout the book never did the narration feel like a drudge.
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Law of Success Stand 100 Years Later
Book took a long time to complete. Great lesson of life don’t change. I think a shorten revision is in order, but glad I completed the book or lectures. Out of the 15 soldiers/chapters I found serval with great takeaways.
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- Alex B.
It's a good read.
The subject matter is on point. However, the book is in dire need of an update. Saying that Henry Ford is the richest man on the planet, we'll you know that's a bit dated. Also, men aren't bald bc they wear baseball caps. Can you imagine all the bald baseball players there would be :)