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Ezine 730 | January 8, 2021

I think Napoleon Hill was disciplined, at least in some areas. He was particular about his food and his health, and he lived to be eighty-seven. He followed a pretty strict routine for most of his life. He smoked a cigar occasionally, and he said sometimes he had a drink or two, but they never caused him problems...

2021-01-13T00:10:04-05:00 January 8th, 2021|Ezine, Uncategorized|

Ezine 729 | January 1, 2021

I have learned that reading good books leads to a better future and a life of worthwhile purpose—and you can learn this same important lesson. When you plan for success, it will be absolutely necessary that you maintain a good reading program...

2021-01-05T13:34:10-05:00 January 1st, 2021|Ezine, Uncategorized|

Ezine 728 | December 25, 2020

I remember that when I was a young person, several weeks before Christmas, I was not thinking about toys or clothes that I might receive as gifts. I was thinking of ways to make money. I would think of holly, Christmas trees, and mistletoe that could be found in the woods and brought to the highway to sell to people who were traveling at this time of year. The thought of making money was so strong and I pictured it so vividly that its fruition seemed assured as if it had already happened...

2020-12-27T14:49:38-05:00 December 25th, 2020|Ezine, Uncategorized|

Ezine 727 | December 18, 2020

In 1922, Napoleon Hill was invited to give the commence­ment address at Salem College in Salem, West Virginia. The school was founded in 1888 as a liberal arts, teacher education, and nursing college. Titled “The End of the Rainbow,” the commencement address was the most influential speech that Hill ever gave...

2020-12-27T14:56:07-05:00 December 18th, 2020|Ezine, Uncategorized|

Ezine 726 | December 11, 2020

In 1922, Napoleon Hill was invited to give the commence­ment address at Salem College in Salem, West Virginia. The school was founded in 1888 as a liberal arts, teacher education, and nursing college. Titled “The End of the Rainbow,” the commencement address was the most influential speech that Hill ever gave...

2020-12-12T00:15:39-05:00 December 11th, 2020|Ezine, Uncategorized|

Ezine 725 | December 4, 2020

You have the power to choose. First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt noted: “In the long run, we shape our lives, and we shape ourselves. The process never ends until we die. And the choices we make are ultimately our own responsibility...

2020-12-12T00:12:24-05:00 December 4th, 2020|Ezine, Uncategorized|

Ezine 724 | November 27, 2020

You have the power to choose. First Lady Eleanor Roosevelt noted: “In the long run, we shape our lives, and we shape ourselves. The process never ends until we die. And the choices we make are ultimately our own responsibility...

2020-11-28T01:07:47-05:00 November 27th, 2020|Ezine, Uncategorized|

Ezine 723 | November 20, 2020

You should relate to your belief system or faith as a source of energy, but if there is a secret, it is this: action is a key component. Having your mind under your complete control will allow you to remove limitations that you have previously applied to yourself or allowed others to apply to you...

2020-11-23T22:39:41-05:00 November 20th, 2020|Ezine, Uncategorized|

Ezine 722 | November 13, 2020

Thinking does not mean idly wasting time. You need to think with a purpose in mind and an end in view: trying to solve a problem. In The Master Mind, Theron Q. Dumont says that thinking is forced upon us when we are deciding on a course to pursue, perhaps a life’s work to take up. This is the kind of thinking that was forced upon us in our younger days when we had to find the solution to a problem in mathematics, or when we tackled psychology in college...

2020-11-13T11:38:21-05:00 November 13th, 2020|Ezine, Uncategorized|