History of the biographies of great men has shown that the reading of books has been critical to their growth.
W. Clement Stone borrowed one hundred dollars and started an insurance business that accumulated a net worth of several hundred million dollars. As a young boy, he read Horatio Alger books and they had a tremendous effect on his mental outlook on life.
Young Abe Lincoln walked several miles to borrow books and read by the light of a fireplace. Lincoln's education came mostly from books that he was able to borrow.
Little wonder that our third President, Thomas Jefferson, once remarked, "I could not live without books."
Read this small book and watch for little bits of information that will assist you on your road to success.
Don M. Green, Executive Director
Napoleon Hill Foundation

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