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Going the Extra Mile – The Classic Success Principle

n this article, I am attempting to co-relate the Classic Success Principle of Going the extra mile with three strong paradigms or contexts i) Age old wisdom from India ii) Nature’s depiction of power of Going the extra mile & iii) Dr. Napoleon Hill’s Life and Success Story. Definition: Render more and better service that that for which you are paid, and sooner or later you will receive compound interest upon compound interest on your investment...

2018-11-08T18:32:22+00:00 November 8th, 2018|Focus on Instructors|

Controlled Attention

Controlled Attention: Key to Application of the Science of Success Principles

by Angel L. Rivera, Ph.D.


I started my journey with the seventeen principles of success on January 10, 2013. After completing the three study phases toward certification, in March 2015, I adopted a service project as the means to acquire my […]

2017-07-07T10:50:35+00:00 July 7th, 2017|Focus on Instructors|

How To Be in Control of Your Life Using Accurate Thinking

You may be asking yourself, “What exactly is Accurate Thinking?” When I was studying Napoleon Hill’s Science of Success and got to the 10th principle, that’s exactly what I was thinking. Sounds easy, but what is it? What does it have to do with me-or you? How does this apply to our lives? What does it mean? Well, here’s how Napoleon Hill described Accurate Thinking.

2017-05-30T09:25:56+00:00 May 30th, 2017|Focus on Instructors|

Personal Initiative – The Good, The Bad and the Ugly!

According to Andrew Carnegie, there are two types of people in the world who will never amount to anything. The first is the one who will give only what is asked for or demanded to get a job done. The second is the person who cannot even do what is required to get the job done. In my opinion, there is a third type of person who will have great difficulty achieving anything of lasting importance to themselves, or anyone else - that is the person who does not use good judgment or common sense when practicing personal initiative. Just as personal initiative, performed with logic and common sense will place a person ahead of the crowd, when practiced with poor judgment and a lack of discretion, personal initiative can be a dangerous, even destructive force.

2017-05-19T08:29:33+00:00 May 18th, 2017|Focus on Instructors|

Why Wait? Do It Now!

How many people fallen victim to wandering aimless throughout life? How many times do we not know what lies ahead? Have you asked yourself what is your purpose recently? We can all be guilty of not maximizing our time and efforts. However, that can be the exception instead of the norm.

2017-05-18T15:24:48+00:00 May 18th, 2017|Focus on Instructors|

Riches Begin With Sound Health

As I was sitting in my barber’s chair today, he confided in me that his business was in financial trouble and that he couldn’t seem to shake the funk that he is in. So I thought it would be the perfect time to introduce him to Dr. Napoleon Hill’s Science of Success....

2017-05-05T08:03:11+00:00 May 5th, 2017|Focus on Instructors|

Your Personality: Asset or Liability?

Your Personality: Asset or Liability?

by Havilah Malone

Wherever you go you leave behind your trademark. Your unique energetic signature can be seen, heard and felt by all those around you and as they say… news travels fast!

What are you known for? How do you want people to remember you?

“Your personality is […]

2017-04-27T09:24:12+00:00 April 27th, 2017|Focus on Instructors|

Applied Faith

I have associated with the Napoleon Foundation since 2003 and this has been best thing I have ever done for my life both physically and spiritually. I began attending the free - community classes that were offered at the Napoleon Hill World Learning Center located at Purdue University Northwest where Judith Williamson and Uriel Martinez taught the seventeen principles of success. I was so intrigued by the information that I decided to return as often as it was offered, so I returned 7 more times.

2017-04-19T13:34:00+00:00 April 19th, 2017|Focus on Instructors|