The Magic Ladder to Success (Pre-order before 10/16)

The Magic Ladder to Success (Pre-order before 10/16)

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The Magic Ladder to Success is Napoleon Hill’s lost classic and the book that preceded the all-time bestseller Think and Grow Rich. The original copy of this book has been appraised at over $40,000. Now you too can own this beautiful reproduction copy, with the content reproduced from one of only a few known original editions owned by the Napoleon Hill Foundation.

The Magic Ladder to Success is the volume in which Hill first distilled the seventeen factors that make up his “Law of Success” philosophy, revealing how people can acquire riches if they keenly desire them and put the necessary actions in place using their intellect. These key principles capture the ethics and actions that empower all who harness them to become leaders in the field of their choice. Leaders are not born, Hill argues; “they are molded by a remarkably similar, simple, and dynamic set of habits.”

There is a treasure of knowledge unearthed in this book. Hill offers a very concise, step-by-step pathway up the ladder of success, an advancement dependent on the organization of one’s thought processes.

The Magic Ladder to Success is worth reading many times and applying throughout one’s life.

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The Magic Ladder to Success is Napoleon Hill’s lost classic and the book that preceded the all-time bestseller Think and Grow Rich. The original copy of this book has been appraised at over $40,000. Now you too can own this beautiful reproduction copy, with the content reproduced from one of only a few known original editions owned by the Napoleon Hill Foundation.

The Magic Ladder to Success is the volume in which Hill first distilled the seventeen factors that make up his “Law of Success” philosophy, revealing how people can acquire riches if they keenly desire them and put the necessary actions in place using their intellect. These key principles capture the ethics and actions that empower all who harness them to become leaders in the field of their choice. Leaders are not born, Hill argues; “they are molded by a remarkably similar, simple, and dynamic set of habits.”

There is a treasure of knowledge unearthed in this book. Hill offers a very concise, step-by-step pathway up the ladder of success, an advancement dependent on the organization of one’s thought processes.

The Magic Ladder to Success is worth reading many times and applying throughout one’s life.