Napoleon Hill’s Awesome Secret

Napoleon Hill was born in 1883 in Virginia, USA. His early career was as a newspaper reporter during which time he met and interviewed the wealthy entrepreneur Andrew Carnegie who issued him with a challenge.

Carnegie commissioned Hill to interview 500 extremely successful men and, from the experience, distill the secret of success into a simple workable formula.

He accepted the challenge and the resulting book – Think and Grow Rich – took him 20 years to produce.

This book has sold more than thirty million copies Word-Wide and been responsible for creating more millionaires than any other philosophy of achievement.

You can get a complete unabridged copy of the original text in professionally recorded, CD Quality, MP3 Format to absorb this life-changing information the easy way.

In Will Edwards’ book Napoleon Hill’s Awesome Secret, the first part of his secret is outlined in a simple 7-step formula that anyone can apply to create abundance …

Napoleon Hill's Awesome Secret

Napoleon Hill’s Awesome Secret
by Will Edwards

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4 Thoughts on “Napoleon Hill’s Awesome Secret

  1. Romarupal Patrick on January 7, 2013 at 10:39 am said:

    Thanks for the good collection of inspirational e-books by Napoleon Hill, a classic author. thanks again.

  2. Romarupal Patrick on January 8, 2013 at 11:08 am said:

    The author is wonderful, hence the book has to be awesome.

  3. That’s very kind of you Patrick.

    Will :)

  4. I have to give myself a slap on the wrist because, I have had Think and Grow Rich for ages. But I still haven’t got around to reading it yet.

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