Napoleon Hill’s The Magic of Music

Napoleon Hill’s The Magic of Music

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We’ve all heard the saying “it’s music to my ears!” The meaning behind this statement is that we are generally happy about the message that has been received. Napoleon Hill understood the significance of music and the effect that it can have on people. In an early essay, he details the positive results that can be received just by listening to music that is harmonious. This confirmation regarding the significance of music influenced me to write this book. By aligning three popular Broadway musical songs with each of the 17 Success Principles, I maintain that the music and the lyrics can enhance a person’s understanding and recall of what Dr. Hill is trying to teach. I have gone back to the source for the original article written by Dr. Hill that appeared in Napoleon Hill’s Magazine, April, 1921. I am including it below for your review. As you read what Dr. Hill advocates, it is easily seen that he was ahead of his time in forecasting the strong influence of music in education and the public arena. Today, we are often bombarded with music everywhere. From elevator music, to blaring car radios, to classic symphonies, and beyond, music invades our lives. Why not choose what you listen to and strengthen the positive messaging that is inherent in the melody and the lyrics? It is known that the right kind of music can sooth and have a relaxing effect of the listener. It is also known that music can imbed subliminal ideas in our subconscious mind. Therefore, it makes good sense to purposefully decide to listen to musical selections that contribute to our Positive Mental Attitude. The 52 selections referred to in this book may inspire you to listen and then select those that appeal to you the most. Now, sit back, read, listen, and enjoy both the music and the lesson! Be Your Very Best Always, Judy Williamson

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We’ve all heard the saying “it’s music to my ears!” The meaning behind this statement is that we are generally happy about the message that has been received. Napoleon Hill understood the significance of music and the effect that it can have on people. In an early essay, he details the positive results that can be received just by listening to music that is harmonious. This confirmation regarding the significance of music influenced me to write this book. By aligning three popular Broadway musical songs with each of the 17 Success Principles, I maintain that the music and the lyrics can enhance a person’s understanding and recall of what Dr. Hill is trying to teach. I have gone back to the source for the original article written by Dr. Hill that appeared in Napoleon Hill’s Magazine, April, 1921. I am including it below for your review. As you read what Dr. Hill advocates, it is easily seen that he was ahead of his time in forecasting the strong influence of music in education and the public arena. Today, we are often bombarded with music everywhere. From elevator music, to blaring car radios, to classic symphonies, and beyond, music invades our lives. Why not choose what you listen to and strengthen the positive messaging that is inherent in the melody and the lyrics? It is known that the right kind of music can sooth and have a relaxing effect of the listener. It is also known that music can imbed subliminal ideas in our subconscious mind. Therefore, it makes good sense to purposefully decide to listen to musical selections that contribute to our Positive Mental Attitude. The 52 selections referred to in this book may inspire you to listen and then select those that appeal to you the most. Now, sit back, read, listen, and enjoy both the music and the lesson! Be Your Very Best Always, Judy Williamson

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