Item description for The Law of Success, Volume I: Principles of Self-Mastery by Arthur Morey Napoleon Hill...
A scheduled three-hour interview between a young Napoleon Hill and Andrew Carnegie strung out to three days. During that time, Carnegie revealed his secrets of success and then offered young Hill the task of organizing and systematizing the world's first philosophy of individual achievement based on the principles. From that moment on, Napoleon Hill dedicated his life to spreading the philosophy of achievement and the principles of success worldwide for the benefit of all people.The Principles of Self-Mastery represents an in-depth discussion of Napoleon Hill's first four principles of personal achievement-the foundation upon which personal success is built.The Principles of Self-Mastery is the first of four volumes in this updated and revised edition of The Laws of Success, which was originally published as an eight-volume set.
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Est. Packaging Dimensions: Length: 5.5" Width: 5" Height: 2" Weight: 0.75 lbs.
Release Date May 4, 2004
Publisher High Roads Media
ISBN 1932429069 ISBN13 9781932429060
Reviews - What do customers think about The Law of Success, Volume I: Principles of Self-Mastery?
A+ If you think you know how to Think and Grow Rich, think again! Dec 23, 2006
The Law of Success is a masterpiece!
Read at your own risk! If you have an open mind and a willingness to learn and take action your life WILL have changed by the time you have finished reading this book.
I would strongly suggest reading this while listening to "Your Right To Be Rich!" Hearing the voice of Napoleon Hill while reading this EXCELLENT condensation of his Principles of Self Mastery is a must!
Even thought this work is compiled it is a must have for any fan of Napoleon Hill's!
Get it today!
John Wingert The Original and The Only NO BS Life Coach!
"Do one definite thing everyday." May 5, 2005
Many of the self help books today are like fast food. Made for easy consumption. I guess that is why The Law of Success was such a pleasant surprise. It has some real meat to it. So much so that it has taken me three weeks to digest just the first two volumes of material on the 17 Laws that are presented in the first two installments. This volume covers the first four lessons of the 17 principles that make up The Law of Success.
Self-Mastery is engaging enough to make me continue on to volume II as well as order volumes 3 & 4. Hard to believe it was written so long ago but yet is STILL so relevant to today's business environment.
The 4 questions on Definiteness of Purpose were the best part. They are as follows: 1. Have you decided upon a definite goal in life?
2. Have you set a date for reaching that goal?
3. Do you have a specific plan for achieving your goal in life?
4. Have you determined what definite benefits your goal in life will bring you?
Rating: A Buy
To truly clear the air about Napolean Hill........ Jun 23, 2004
I have been following Napolean Hill since 1975. The review that precedes mine indicates that Hill only wrote a few books that the reviewer posts. The fact is that Napolean Hill wrote ALL the books that bear his name. TRUE, some of his books have been repreinted by other publishers, I believe this is what the reviewer is trying to communicate.
Saying that he did not write all the books he is credited with is like saying that is not Napolean Hill's voice on the tape programs.
Obviously, this reviewer is as confused as the reviewer from Canada. In fact, probably the same person who suddenly decided to live in New Jersey.
Just To Set The Record Straight Jun 15, 2004
Just to set the record straight Napoleon Hill only wrote the following books.
1919-1920 "The Golden Rule Magazine" Napoleon Hill edited and published
1928 "Law of Success" published (Ralston Society, Publishers)
1930 "The Magic Ladder to Success"
1937 "Think and Grow Rich"
1939 "How to Sell Your Way Through Life"
1953 "How to Raise Your Own Salary"
1960 "Success Through a Positive Mental Attitude"
1970 "You Can Work Your Own Miracles"
All other books were either compiled by others or used his notes to write the books, he himself did not write them, period. I have been studying his works for 15 years. Yes, I am rich from studying his works.
As with any revision there will always be some critics, the original LOS contained only 15 laws, I have seen the original set with my own eyes, again the authors are correct.
Some of the things in this book could have been done differently as with all revisions, however they did their best to remain true to the spirit of the book...
I purchased the huge paperback and enjoyed the little notes they added, some of them could have gone a little deeper, but no biggie.
Ideally, in a perfect world it would be perfect. Keep in mind they worked with a lot of people who all had to agree on these things.
I have to disagree with the reviewer from Canada... Jun 11, 2004
First on the quality of information in this book, it is outstanding. The tossil marker, sufficient. But more to the point, this reader says Napolean Hill did not write a book called Keys to Success; I beg your pardon. He certaintly did. It is subtitled: The 17 Principles of Personal Achievement and actually offers even more concrete information on these 17 principles than Think and Grow Rich.
Hill also wrote The Master Key to Riches which this reviewer from Canada refers to. EASY MISUNDERSTANDING. Just wanted to clear that up.