The one common factor of every successful person I know, and
every successful person I know of, is that they are dedicated
students of success. They never seem to tire of studying what
others have done to achieve.
Perhaps no one in the history of mankind has been a better
student of success than Napoleon Hill was in the 20th Century.
He was on a first-name basis with the greatest achievers of his
day – Carnegie, Rockefeller, Morgan, Ford, Edison and on and
on. His study, and his subsequent reporting of his findings,
made him the best-selling success writer of all time.
Napoleon Hill wrote the classic “Think and Grow Rich”. Again,
like Wallace Wattle’s book, is more about the mindset of a
successful person. The constant student always grows.
His mind is active and agile. Brian Tracy says that if you spent
3% of your gross income on self improvement, you could be
the national specialist in any one topic in 3 years and
in 5 years the international authority. Another way to put it is,
if you read 1 hour a day would finish 1 book a week.
This alone would give you enough information to be pretty
much anything you want. Most people never finish 1 book a year.
I have the good fortune of being an avid reader. Books have
always interested me because it allows me to understand
what others think and how they think. Understanding this
is key understanding yourself.
When I came across the Science of Getting Rich not only
did it confirm the power of the Law of Attraction,
it inspired me to explore the Law at a much greater level.
Besides, if so many others talk about it there must be some level
of truth to it. This is why I am so excited to set up this blog
and offer to everyone an opportunity to explore for themselves,
the Law of Attraction.
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