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Truthful Living

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Napoleon Hill's wisdom was unique, and at over a hundred years old, I think Jeffrey Gitomer did a great job with this book, providing an exclusive view of the Napoleon Hill Foundation archives, showing Hill's original notes explaining how she was. so successful and recognized as a world leader. This book just keeps getting better after each chapter, it's worth reading!
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Jeffrey bring us a treasure hidden for decades: the exclusive compilation of Napoleon Hill, one of the global leader of success and positive attitude who shaped the biggest mind of the 20th century.
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If you haven’t read Napoleon Hill’s book, Think and Grow Rich, you should! It’s so encouraging, I loved it. I am looking forward to starting The First Writings of Napoleon Hill Truthful Living by Jeffrey Gitomer. 

For me, living with depression is such a struggle and I need lots of words of encouragement and positivity. I don’t always want to read text book type books and thats where this one comes in. Fascinating on how your mind and your thoughts can influence much of your life.

 

Twenty years before the publication of his magnum opus Think and Grow Rich, Napoleon Hill was an instructor, philosopher, and writer at the George Washington Institute in Chicago, where he taught courses in advertising and sales. These rare, never-before-seen lectures were thought to be lost to history. Until now.

Given exclusive access to the archives of the Napoleon Hill Foundation, Jeffrey Gitomer has unearthed Hill’s original course notes containing the fundamental beliefs in hard work and personal development that established Hill as a global leader of success and positive attitude.

In Truthful Living, Gitomer has captured Hill’s foundational wisdom for the twenty-first century. These easy-to-implement real-world strategies for life, family, business, and the bottom line prove as energizing and inspiring today as they were nearly one hundred years ago.
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