Napoleon Hill

Napoleon HillNapoleon 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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