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Building Successful Habits

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Napoleon Hill is known as one of the quintessential self-help authors of the 20th century, so the fact that new teachings of his were surfacing in 2018 is remarkable. His latest book, Success Habits, is based on radio broadcasts he made sixty years ago, but his teachings are just as relevant today. 

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Hill’s recommendations concern what you do every day, building a foundation for growth and improvement. The first chapter encourages you to reflect on your present day-to-day, looking for what works or doesn’t.  It’s a short read, but packed with wisdom, anecdotes and road-tested advice.  If you’re looking for straightforward and practical solutions to your problem, this is a new classic that can be shelved alongside others like How To Win Friends & Influence People, The 7 Habits Of Highly Effective People and Hills’ bestselling Think and Grow Rich.

Here is the summary on Amazon:

“Napoleon Hill, the legendary author of the classic bestseller Think and Grow Rich, has been immortalized for his contributions to the self-help genre.  In this never-before-published work Hill shares his principles of success, key habits that provide the basis for life-changing success. Success Habits explains the fundamental rules that lead to a prosperous life.  From the importance of having Definiteness of Purpose to the inexorable influence of the Cosmic Habit Force, Hill’s principles offer a new way of thinking about intention, self-discipline, and the way we lead our lives.

“Originally a series of radio talks delivered in Paris, Missouri, Success Habits is filled with personal anecdotes and stories and is written in an approachable, conversational style.  Hill’s insights apply to every facet of life, inspiring readers to leverage his principles to achieve their own aspirations and create the successful lives they have always dreamed of.”

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Posted by Mark Jewell