Napoleon Hill, the forefather of the modern personal development movement and author of the motivational classic, Think and Grow Rich, has inspired millions with his words and thoughts on discovering success and abundance within oneself. It is a message that continues to resonate.
At the University of Virginia archives, Don M. Green, CEO of the Napoleon Hill Foundation, was doing a routine inventory check when he discovered a box of unedited and undeveloped 16 millimeter film canisters circa 1960. After working carefully to restore and digitize the filmed content, what was discovered was ‘pure gold’—Napoleon Hill and his longtime partner W. Clement Stone sharing their inspirational insights on the 13 keys to success. The 13 principles that, when applied, can truly separate you from the 95 percent who only dream of success, and let you join the top 5 percent who actually achieve it!
The Napoleon Hill Foundation sent a copy of the archived film to a who’s who list of today’s top motivational speakers and achievers, whose feedback was unanimous in its praise. Not only is the information practical, useful, and enduring, it is exactly what society needs to hear right now as we struggle through challenges never before seen in our lifetime. Agreeing to participate in an innovative structure, each current thought leader went into the studio to share provocative insights on these revisited gems, creating a masterful collaboration unlike anything else in the marketplace.
In this ebook text transcription of this collaboration, you will not only read W. Clement Stone and Napoleon Hill share their time-tested insights, you will also read additional commentary by today’s inspirational leaders as they expand on these time-tested and classic principles of success. Join us as we countdown the 13 Keys to Success.
Hosted by Greg S. Reid with additional commentary by Don M. Green, Bob Proctor, Sharon Lechter, Mark Victor Hansen, Loral Langemeier, Les Brown, David M. Corbin, Margie Aliprandi, Nik Halik, LuAn Mitchell, Ruben Gonzalez, Dr. J.B. Hill, John St. Augustine, Kevin Harrington, Jim Stovall, Marcia Wieder, John Assaraf, and Brian Tracy.