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Thursday, September 26, 2013

Law of Success by Napoleon Hill

 "You Can Do It if You Believe You Can!"

THIS is a course on the fundamentals of Success.
Success is very largely a matter of adjusting one's
self to the ever-varying and changing environments of
life, in a spirit of harmony and poise. Harmony is
based upon understanding of the forces constituting
one's environment; therefore, this course is in reality
a blueprint that may be followed straight to success,
because it helps the student to interpret, understand
and make the most of these environmental forces of

Before you begin reading the Law of Success
lessons you should know something of the history of
the course. You should know exactly what the course
promises to those who follow it until they have
assimilated the laws and principles upon which it is
based. You should know its limitations as well as its

possibilities as an aid in your fight for a place in the

1. POWER what it is and how to create and use it.
2. CO-OPERATION-the psychology of co-operative
effort and how to use it constructively.
3. THE MASTER MIND-how it is created through
harmony of purpose and effort, between two or
more people.
HARVEY S. FIRESTONE-the secret of their
power and wealth.
5. THE "BIG SIX" how they made the law of the
"Master Mind" yield them a profit of more than
$25,000,000.00 a year.
6. IMAGINATION-how to stimulate it so that it
will create practical plans and new ideas.
7. TELEPATHY-how thought passes from one mind
to another through the ether. Every brain both a
broadcasting and a receiving station for thought.
"sense" or "tune in" on the thoughts of their
9. VIBRATION-described by Dr. Alexander
Graham Bell, inventor of the Long Distance
10. AIR and ETHER how they carry vibrations.
11. HOW and WHY ideas "flash" into the mind from
unknown sources.
12. HISTORY of the Law of Success Philosophy,
covering a period of over twenty-five years of
scientific research and experimentation.
13.JUDGE ELBERT H. GARY reads, approves and
adopts the Law of Success course.
14. ANDREW CARNEGIE responsible for beginning
of Law of Success course.
15. LAW OF SUCCESS TRAINING-helps group of
salespeople earn $1,000,000.00.
17. ORGANIZED EFFORT the source of all power.
18. HOW TO ANALYZE yourself.
19. HOW A SMALL FORTUNE was made from an
old, worked-out, worthless (?) farm.
20. THERE'S A GOLD MINE in your present
occupation if you will follow directions and dig
for it.
development of any practical idea or plan you
may create.
22. SOME REASONS why people fail.
23. WHY HENRY FORD is the most powerful man
on earth, and how others may use the principles
which give him his power.
24. WHY SOME PEOPLE antagonize others without
knowing it.
25. THE EFFECT of sexual contact as a mind
stimulant and health builder.
26. WHAT happens in the religious orgy known as
the "revival."
27. WHAT we have learned from "Nature's Bible."
28.CHEMISTRY of the mind; how it will make or
destroy you.
29. WHAT is meant by the "psychological moment"
in Salesmanship.
30. THE MIND becomes devitalized-how to
"recharge" it.
31. THE VALUE and meaning of harmony in all
cooperative effort.
32. OF WHAT do Henry Ford's assets consist? The
33. THIS IS THE AGE of mergers and highly
organized co-operative effort.
34. WOODROW WILSON had in mind the law of the
"Master Mind" in his plan for a League of
35. SUCCESS is a matter of tactful negotiation with
other people.
36. EVERY HUMAN BEING possesses at least two
distinct personalities; one destructive and one
37. EDUCATION generally misunderstood to mean
instruction or memorizing of rules. It really
means development from within, of the human
mind, through unfoldment and use.
38. TWO METHODS of gathering knowledge,
through personal experience and by assimilating
the knowledge gained through experience by
39. PERSONAL ANALYSIS of Henry Ford,
Benjamin Franklin, George Washington,
Abraham Lincoln, Theodore Roosevelt, Wm.
Howard Taft, Woodrow Wilson, Napoleon
Bonaparte, Calvin Coolidge and Jesse James.
40. AUTHOR'S "After-the-Lesson Visit."


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