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Decision and the Mastery of Procrastination – NH

[The Seventh Step toward Riches] ACCURATE analysis of over 25,000 men and women who had experienced failure, disclosed the fact that LACK OF DECISION was near the head of the list of the 30 major causes of FAILURE. This is no … Continue reading

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Symptoms of Lack of Persistence: According to Napoleon Hill

Here you will find the real enemies which stand between you and noteworthy achievement. Here you will find not only the “symptoms” indicating weakness of PERSISTENCE, but also the deeply seated subconscious causes of this weakness. Study the list carefully, and … Continue reading

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Organized Planning and Temporary Defeats- NH

THE CRYSTALLIZATION OF DESIRE INTO ACTION You have learned that everything man creates or acquires, begins in the form of DESIRE, that desire is taken on the first lap of its journey, from the abstract to the concrete, into the workshop … Continue reading

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Definite Causes of Persistence: According to Napoleon Hill

Like all states of mind, persistence is based upon definite causes, among them these:– a. DEFINITENESS OF PURPOSE. Knowing what one wants is the first and, perhaps, the most important step toward the development of persistence. A strong motive forces one … Continue reading

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Habits for Auto-Suggestion: A Summary by Napoleon Hill

The fact that you are reading this […] is an indication that you earnestly seek knowledge. It is also an indication that you are a student of this subject. If you are only a student, there is a chance that … Continue reading

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How to Develop Persistence: According to Napoleon Hill

There are four simple steps which lead to the habit of PERSISTENCE. They call for no great amount of intelligence, no particular amount of education, and but little time or effort. The necessary steps are:– 1. A DEFINITE PURPOSE BACKED BY … Continue reading

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Auto-Suggestion: An Introduction by Napoleon Hill

THE MEDIUM FOR INFLUENCING THE SUBCONSCIOUS MIND [This is the] Third Step toward Riches AUTO-SUGGESTION is a term which applies to all suggestions and all self-administered stimuli which reach one’s mind through the five senses. Stated in another way, auto-suggestion is … Continue reading

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Two Kinds of Imagination: Synthetic and Creative by Napoleon Hill

[Imagination is] THE WORKSHOP OF THE MIND The Fifth Step toward Riches The imagination is literally the workshop wherein are fashioned all plans created by man. The impulse, the DESIRE, is given shape, form, and ACTION through the aid of the … Continue reading

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Power, Knowledge and Insight- Napoleon Hill

POWER is of two classes-that which is developed through co-ordination of natural physical laws, and that which is developed by organizing and classifying KNOWLEDGE. POWER growing out of organized knowledge is the more important because it places in man’s possession … Continue reading

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Specialized Knowledge: An Introduction by Napoleon Hill

THERE are two kinds of knowledge. One is general, the other is specialized. General knowledge, no matter how great in quantity or variety it may be, is of but little use in the accumulation of money. The faculties of the great universities … Continue reading

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