From the Current Ezine

Have you ever thought about what Da Vinci, Michelangelo, Mother Teresa, Cousteau, Lincoln, Florence Nightingale, and others whose names today are household words played at as children? In years gone by, were there imaginary canvases, treasure hunts, carvings, teachings, court rooms, and hospital beds that positioned them for their lifelong work? Think back on your own early years and see if you can identify a slender thread, maybe even a rope, that you created and held on to that became your bowline, your tether, into your future role as an adult. Makes you sense sometimes that what you dream about you become, right? Right.

Upcoming Event!

Don’t miss the annual Napoleon Hill Day Celebration on Monday, October 26, 2015, at the University of Virginia College at Wise.

holton buggsThis year, Mr. Holton Buggs will be the keynote speaker. Mr. Buggs is an entrepreneur, master trainer, and motivational speaker from Houston, Texas. He is also vice president of Organo Gold International.

Napoleon Hill Home Study


The multimedia home study course, Your Right to Be Rich, is the perfect way to learn and absorb Napoleon Hill’s 17 Principles of Success. It is also the first step of the Foundation’s Leader Certification curriculum. Available in both English and Spanish, and as hard-copy or digital download. Click here to learn more!

Clarence Saunders made millions by borrowing the self-help cafeteria idea for the grocery business and naming it Piggly Wiggly. Imagination pays!

October 13th, 2015|0 Comments

The founder of the Piggly Wiggly grocery chain was a low-level employee in a corner grocery when he visited a cafeteria and got the idea that the same techniques could be applied to the grocery […]

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