Napoleon Hill: Laws of Success

Napoleon Hill: Laws of Success

Creator: Napoleon Hill published The Laws of Success in 1928. It was originally published as The Law of Success in 16 Lessons as a multi-volume set in 1925. .

Purpose: As Napoleon Hill suggested: “The purpose of the Law of Success course is to enable you to find out how you may become more capable in your chosen field of work. To this end you will be analyzed and all of your qualities classified so you may organize them and make the best possible use of them.”

Manifesto – Laws of Success

Law 1 – Introduction

Law 2 – A Definite Chief Aim

Law 3 – Self-Confidence

Law 4 – The Habit Of Saving

Law 5 – Initiative and Leadership

Law 6 – Imagination

Law 7 – Enthusiasm

Law 8 – Self-Control

Law 9 – The Habit Of Doing More Than Paid For

Law 10 – Develop A Pleasing Personality

Law 11 – Accurate Thought

Law 12 – Concentration

Law 13 – Co-operation

Law 14 – Failure

Law 15 – Tolerance

Law 16 – The Golden Rule

 

Source

A complete online reading of the Napoleon Hill’s Laws of Success

Napoleon Hill on Wikipedia

The Law of Success on Wikipedia

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