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Napoleon Hill's Think and Grow Rich [electronic resource] : A 52 Brilliant Ideas Interpretation.

By: Material type: Computer fileComputer filePublisher number: 9781904902812Series: Infinite Success SeriesPublication details: Oxford : Infinite Ideas Ltd, 2008.ISBN:
  • 9781907755422
  • 9781907518317
Subject(s): Genre/Form: Additional physical formats: No title; Print version:: Napoleon Hill's Think and Grow Rich : A 52 Brilliant Ideas InterpretationDDC classification:
  • 650.1
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Contents:
Front cover; Copyright; Table of contents; Introduction; 1. Find your definite major purpose; 2. Opportunity can sneak in through the back door; 3. Thoughts have power; 4. What does your vocabulary say about you?; 5. Maintain an open mind; 6. Universal power adapts to thought; 7. Infinite intelligence doesn't discriminate; 8. Commit or don't bother trying; 9. Be a practical dreamer; 10. Religion does not have exclusive rights to faith; 11. Develop faith through visualisation; 12. Engage your emotions towards your goal; 13. No such thing as bad luck
14. Become a go-giver instead of a go-getter15. Appoint a sentry to your mind; 16. Heaven and hell are right here, right now; 17. What are you looking for?; 18. Education doesn't equal intelligence; 19. Get along with others; 20. It's never too late to learn; 21. Use your imagination; 22. Ideas without action are impotent; 23. If the first plan fails, get a new one; 24. Failure is a trickster with a keen sense of irony and cunning; 25. Be courageous; 26. Control and justice; 27. Definite decisions and definite plans; 28. Do more than you're paid for and foster a pleasing personality
29. Understand your people30. The devil's in the detail; 31. Take responsibility; 32. Co-operate with others; 33. Be careful what you read; 34. Everyone can change if they want to; 35. Make a decision and stick to it; 36. Pass the persistence test; 37. A quitter never wins, and a winner never quits; 38. Persistence versus stupidity; 39. Form a master mind group; 40. The mystery of sex transmutation; 41. The importance of emotionised thought; 42. Use your willpower to change your mind; 43. What's in your mental filing cabinet?; 44. The subconscious never sleeps; 45. The mystery of the brain
46. Using your brain to communicate47. Sitting for ideas; 48. Use meditation to supercharge your thoughts; 49. Employ an invisible council; 50. Fulfil your sacred contract; 51. The six ghosts of fear; 52. Protect yourself against the seventh basic evil -negative influences; Conclusion; Appendices; Reference material; Index;
Summary: Napoleon Hill is one of the world's most enduringly popular motivational authors. He spent much of his life researching wealthy people and working out what characteristics made them so successful. Through his interviews with hundreds of the most affluent men and women of his time he discovered that if we can learn to think like the rich we can start to emulate their success.
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Front cover; Copyright; Table of contents; Introduction; 1. Find your definite major purpose; 2. Opportunity can sneak in through the back door; 3. Thoughts have power; 4. What does your vocabulary say about you?; 5. Maintain an open mind; 6. Universal power adapts to thought; 7. Infinite intelligence doesn't discriminate; 8. Commit or don't bother trying; 9. Be a practical dreamer; 10. Religion does not have exclusive rights to faith; 11. Develop faith through visualisation; 12. Engage your emotions towards your goal; 13. No such thing as bad luck

14. Become a go-giver instead of a go-getter15. Appoint a sentry to your mind; 16. Heaven and hell are right here, right now; 17. What are you looking for?; 18. Education doesn't equal intelligence; 19. Get along with others; 20. It's never too late to learn; 21. Use your imagination; 22. Ideas without action are impotent; 23. If the first plan fails, get a new one; 24. Failure is a trickster with a keen sense of irony and cunning; 25. Be courageous; 26. Control and justice; 27. Definite decisions and definite plans; 28. Do more than you're paid for and foster a pleasing personality

29. Understand your people30. The devil's in the detail; 31. Take responsibility; 32. Co-operate with others; 33. Be careful what you read; 34. Everyone can change if they want to; 35. Make a decision and stick to it; 36. Pass the persistence test; 37. A quitter never wins, and a winner never quits; 38. Persistence versus stupidity; 39. Form a master mind group; 40. The mystery of sex transmutation; 41. The importance of emotionised thought; 42. Use your willpower to change your mind; 43. What's in your mental filing cabinet?; 44. The subconscious never sleeps; 45. The mystery of the brain

46. Using your brain to communicate47. Sitting for ideas; 48. Use meditation to supercharge your thoughts; 49. Employ an invisible council; 50. Fulfil your sacred contract; 51. The six ghosts of fear; 52. Protect yourself against the seventh basic evil -negative influences; Conclusion; Appendices; Reference material; Index;

Napoleon Hill is one of the world's most enduringly popular motivational authors. He spent much of his life researching wealthy people and working out what characteristics made them so successful. Through his interviews with hundreds of the most affluent men and women of his time he discovered that if we can learn to think like the rich we can start to emulate their success.