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In this post, I share 100+ quotes by Napoleon Hill, from his Think and Grow Rich, and his Law of Success

Napoleon Hill's books have literally helped millions grow and make their lives better (mine included). 

Hill's writings were essentially the Rich Dad Poor Dad of the early 20th century. 

But before we dive into the quotes

A lil bit about me... My name is Ippei...

It's in part due to Napoleon Hill's influence that I took the leap into becoming an entrepreneur in 2014, using local lead generation to direct interested customers to small businesses.

In 6 months I made enough to leave my day job and now, 6 years later, I make over 52k each month.

At the end of the page, I explain more about how you can quit your 9-5 and become successful using lead generation (as I did).

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Now let's get into the quotes from Napoleon Hill

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Law of Success Quotes - Napoleon Hill

Introduction: On the Mastermind

1. "You can do it if you believe you can"  (p.1) - Napoleon Hill


2. Hill’s definition of Mastermind: “a mind that is developed through the harmonious co-operation of two or more people who ally themselves for the purpose of accomplishing any given task” (p.3) - Napoleon Hill


3. “No [person] has a chance to enjoy permanent success until he begins to look in a mirror for the real cause of all his mistakes” (p.4) - Napoleon Hill 

4. “Success is the attainment of your Definite Chief Aim without violating the rights of other people” (p. 4) - Napoleon Hill 


5. “One of the greatest problems of life, if not ,in fact, the greatest, is that of learning the art of harmonious negotiation with others” (p. 4). - Napoleon Hill


6. The Laws of Success “course was created for the purpose of teaching people how to negotiate their way through life with harmony and poise, free from the destructive effects of disagreement and friction which bring millions of people to misery, want and failure every year” (p. 4-5) - Napoleon Hill


“A Mastermind may be created through the bringing together or blending, in a spirit of perfect harmony, of two or more minds”


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7. “If you must slander someone don’t speak it—but write it—write it in the sand, near the water’s edge!” (p. 6) - Napoleon Hill


8. “A Mastermind may be created through the bringing together or blending, in a spirit of perfect harmony, of two or more minds” (p. 19). - Napoleon Hill


9. “Every sales manager and every military commander and every leader in any other walk of life understands the necessity of an ‘esprit de corps’—a spirit of common understanding and co-operation—in the attainment of success”  (p. 21) - Napoleon Hill


10. “The most successful organizations meet once a week or more often, for the purpose of merging the individual minds into a master mind which will, for a limited number of days, serve as a stimulus to the individual minds”  (p. 22) - Napoleon Hill


11. “The brain of a human being may be compared to an electric battery in that it will become exhausted or run down, causing the owner of it to feel despondent, discouraged and lacking in ‘pep’”  (p. 22). - Napoleon Hill


12. “Fortunate is the person who understands this principle sufficiently well to keep his or her brain vitalized or ‘recharged’ by periodically contacting it with a more vital mind” (p. 23). - Napoleon Hill


13. “Power is the force with which man achieves success in any undertaking”  (p. 24). - Napoleon Hill


14. “Power, in unlimited quantities, may be enjoyed by any group of [people], men or women, who possess the wisdom with which to submerge their own personalities and their own immediate individual interests, through the blending of their minds in a spirit of perfect harmony” (p. 24).  - Napoleon Hill


15. “The true philosopher wishes to understand the cause of a given effect” (p. 25) - Napoleon Hill 


-16. “Each mind, through the principle of mind chemistry, stimulates all the other minds in the group, until the mind energy thus becomes so great the it penetrates to and connects of the universal energy known as ether, which in turn touches every atom of the entire universe” (p. 27) - Napoleon Hill


17. On Mastermind Meetings: “These meetings were strictly for the purpose of co-operating on the give and take basis of assisting one another with ideas and suggestions, and occasionally by endorsing notes and other securities to assist some member of the group who had met with an emergency making such help necessary” (p. 29) - Napoleon Hill 


18. On the difficulty of creating a mastermind: “It is a well known fact that one of the most difficult tasks that nay business man must perform is that of inducing those who are associated with him to co-ordinate their efforts in a spirit of harmony” (p. 33) - Napoleon Hill 


“True education means mind development; not merely the gathering and classifying of knowledge”


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19. The Intentional Development of Masterminds are Rare: “This author is of the opinion that all living persons who at the present time are consciously making use of the principle of mind chemistry in developing power through the blending of minds, may be counted on the fingers of the two hands, with, perhaps, several fingers to spare” (p. 33) - Napoleon Hill


20. “Harmony is the nucleus around which the state of mind known as ‘Master Mind’ must be developed” (p. 34) - Napoleon Hill 


21. “Success in life, no matter what one may call success, is very largely a matter of adaptation to environment in such a manner that there is harmony between the individual and his environment” - Napoleon Hill (p. 37).


22. “Power grows out of Organized Knowledge, but, mind you, it ‘grows out of it’ through application and use” - Napoleon Hill (p. 39)


23. “An educated person is one who knows how to acquire everything he needs in the attainment of his main purpose in life, without violating the rights of his fellow men” - Napoleon Hill (LoS, 40)


24. “True education means mind development; not merely the gathering and classifying of knowledge” - Napoleon Hill (p. 41)


25. “Education—let us not forget this—consists of the power with which to get everything one needs when he needs it, without violating the rights of his fellow men” - Napoleon Hill (p. 42)


Lesson 1: On a Definite Chief Aim

26. “Singleness of purpose is essential for success, no matter what may be one’s idea of the definition of success” (p. 61) - Napoleon Hill


27. “This course is intended as a mind stimulant that will cause the student to organize and direct to a DEFINITE end the forces of his or her mind, thus harnessing the stupendous power which most people waste in spasmodic, purposeless thought” (p. 61) - Napoleon Hill 


28. “The best place to study the [person] is in your own mind, by taking as accurate an inventory as possible of YOURSELF. When you know yourself thoroughly (if you ever do) you will also know much about others” (p. 63) - Napoleon Hill


29. “This philosophy is intended to enable those hwo mater it to ‘sell’ their way through life successfully, with the minimum amount of resistance and friction” (p. 64)- Napoleon Hill

“Success is the development of the power with which to get whatever one wants in life without interfering with the rights of others”


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-30. “Every person should make it [their] business to gather new ideas from sources other than the environment in which [they] daily live and work” (p. 66) - Napoleon Hill


31. “Success is the development of the power with which to get whatever one wants in life without interfering with the rights of others” (p. 69). - Napoleon Hill


-32. “I would lay particular stress on the word ‘power’ because it is inseparably related to success” (p. 69). - Napoleon Hill


33. What is Power? “Power is organized energy or effort. This course is properly called the Law of Success for the reasons that it teaches how one may organize facts and knowledge and the faculties of one’s mind into a unity of power” (p. 69) - Napoleon Hill


34. “It is most appalling to know that ninety-five percent of the people of the word are drifting aimlessly through life, without the slightest conception of the work for which they are best fitted, and with no conception whatsoever of even the need of such a thing a a definite objective toward which to strive” (p. 76). - Napoleon Hill


35. “…if [a person] had the vision and the ambition first to imagine [themselves] in a more profitable calling, and the perseverance to hold that picture before [their] mind until it influenced [them] to take the necessary steps to enter a more profitable calling” (p. 78). - Napoleon Hill 


36. “You owe it to yourself and to the community in which you life to set a high standard for yourself” (p. 79). - Napoleon Hill 


37. “All great leaders base their leadership upon a definite chief aim. Followers are willing followers when they know that their leader is a person with a definite chief aim who has the courage to back up that purpose with action” (p. 80). - Napoleon Hill


38. “If success depends upon power, and if power is organized effort, and if the first step in the direction of organization is a definite purpose, then one may easily see why such a purpose is essential” (p. 81). - Napoleon Hill 


39. “In your struggle for success you should keep constantly in mind the necessity of knowing what it is that you want—of knowing precisely what is your definite purpose—and the value of the principle of organized effort in the attainment of that which constitutes your definite purpose” (p. 83). - Napoleon Hill 


“You owe it to yourself and to the community in which you life to set a high standard for yourself” 


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40. “The object of this lesson is not to inform you as to what your life-work should be, for indeed this could be done with accuracy only after you had been completely analyzed, but it is intended as a means of impressing up your mind a clear conception of the value of a definite purpose of some nature and of the value of understanding the principle of organized effort as a means to attaining the necessary power with which to materialize your definite purpose” (p. 83-84). - Napoleon Hill 


41. “Your first step is to decide what your major aim in life shall be. Your next step is to write out a clear, concise statement of this aim. This should be followed by a statement, in writing, of the plan or plans through which you intend to attain the object of your aim”(p. 89). - Napoleon Hill 


42. “Your next and final step will be the forming of an alliance with some person or persons who will cooperate with you in carrying out these plans and transforming your definite chief aim into reality”  (p. 90). - Napoleon Hill


Lesson 2: Self-Confidence

43. “Skepticism is the deadly enemy of progress and self-development” (p. 95). - Napoleon Hill


44. “The development of self-confidence starts with the elimination fo this demon called fear, which sites upon a moan’s shoulder and whispers into his ear, “You can’t do it—you are afraid to try—you are  afraid of public opinion—you are afraid that you will fail—you are afraid you have not the ability”  (p. 96). - Napoleon Hill


45. “The object[ive] in writing out and repeating the Self-confidence formula is to form the habit of making belief in yourself the dominating thought of your mind until that thought has been thoroughly imbedded in your subconscious mind, through the principle of habit” (p. 119). - Napoleon Hill


46. “Any statement that you repeated make to yourself, or any desire that you deeply pant in your mind through repeated statement, will eventually seek expression through your physical outward bodily efforts”  (p. 119). - Napoleon Hill


47. “The principle of habit is the very foundation upon which this lesson Self-confidence is built…”  (p. 119). - Napoleon Hill


“If you want to get more be sure to demand more of yourself. Notice that this demand is to be made on yourself!”


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48. “Henry Ford owns more millions of dollars than he will ever need or use. Not so many years ago, he was working as a laborer in a machine shop, with but little schooling and without capital. Scores of other men, some of them with better organized brains than his, worked near him. Ford threw off the poverty consciousness, developed confidence in himself, thought of success and attained it. Those who worked around him could have done as well had they thought as he did”(p. 120). - Napoleon Hill 


49. “If you want to get more be sure to demand more of yourself. Notice that this demand is to be made on yourself!” (p. 121). - Napoleon Hill 


50. “You, yourself, don’t know your capacity for achievement, and you never will know until you come in contact with that particular stimulus which arouse you to greater action and extends your vision, develops your Self-confidence and moves you with a deeper desire to achieve”  (p. 122).- Napoleon Hill


51. “You are condemning yourself to poverty, misery and failure, or you are driving yourself on toward the heights of great achievement, solely by the thoughts you think” (p. 126). - Napoleon Hill


52. On the Difference between Self-Confidence and Egotism: “Self-confidence is something which should never be proclaimed or announced except through intelligent performance of constructive deeds”  (p. 127). - Napoleon Hill

Lesson 3: The Habit of Saving

53. “Fix in your mind the thought that your ability is limited to a given earning capacity and you will never earn more than that, because the law of habit will set up a definite limitation of the amount you can earn..” (p. 136). - Napoleon Hill


54. First Step to Incorporating the Habit of Saving: “Through the Law of Habit you keep the object of your Definite Chief Aim you set up in your mind…This practice will destroy consciousness and set up, in its place, a prosperity consciousness [through which] you will actually begin to demand prosperity” (p. 136). - Napoleon Hill


55. Second Step to Incorporating the Habit of Saving: By ever urging yourself on and demanding of yourself increased earning power, on the one hand, and by systematically laying aside a definite amount of all your earnings, on the other hand…you will then be will started on the road toward financial independence” (p. 137). - Napoleon Hill


56. “We are the victims of our habits, no matter who we are or what may be our life-calling” (p. 137). - Napoleon Hill


57. “Form the habit of thinking and talking of prosperity and abundance, and very soon material evidence of these will begin to manifest itself in the nature of wider opportunity and new and unexpected opportunity” (p. 137). - Napoleon Hill


Lesson 4: Initiative and Leadership

58. “This lesson, on Initiative and Leadership, follows the lesson on Self-confidence for the reason that no one could become an efficient leader or take the initiative in any great undertaking without belief in himself” (p. 172) - Napoleon Hill


59. “The real value of the course lies in the use that you will make of it, and not in the course itself” (p. 172). - Napoleon Hill


60. “Remember that your only limitation is the one that you set up in your own mind” (p. 177). - Napoleon Hill


71. Definition of Leadership: “Leadership is a composite of a number of qualities. Among the most important I would list Self-confidence, Moral Ascendency, Self-Sacrifice, Paternalism, Fairness, Initiative, Decision, Dignity, & Courage” (p. 187). - Napoleon Hill


72. Development of Self-confidence: “Self-confidence results, first, form exact knowledge; second, the ability to impart that knowledge; and third, the feeling of superiority over others that naturally follows” (p. 187) - Napoleon Hill


73. On Paternalism: “I refer to the paternalism that manifests itself in a watchful care for the comfort and welfare of those in your charge” (p. 189) - Napoleon Hill


74. On the Difference between Initiative and Imagination: “Initiative is the moving force that pushes the Leader ahead, but Imagination is the guiding spirit that tells him which way to go” (p. 202). - Napoleon Hill


Lesson 5: Imagination

75. Definition of Imagination: “Imagination is the worship of the human mind wherein old ideas and established facts may be reassembled into new combinations” (p. 209). - Napoleon Hill


76. “You will never have a definite purpose in life, you will never have self-confidence, you will never have initiative and leadership unless you first create these qualities in your imagination and see yourself in possession of them” (p. 210). - Napoleon Hill


77. “Just like the oak tree develops from the germ that lies in the acorn…so will your material achievements grow out of the organized plans that you create in your imagination” (p. 210). - Napoleon Hill


78. “Your mind is capable of creating many new and useful combinations of old ideas, but the most important thing it can create is a definite chief aim that will give you that which you most desire” (p. 231). - Napoleon Hill


79. “Your definite chief aim can be speedily translated into reality after you have fashioned it in the cradle of your imagination” (p. 231). - Napoleon Hill


80. “Financial success is not difficult to achieve after one learns how to make practical use of creative imagination” (p. 237) - Napoleon Hill


81. “Someone with sufficient initiative and leadership, and the necessary imagination will duplicate the fortunes being made each year by the owners of Five and Ten Cent Stores, by developing a system of marketing the same sort of goods now sold in these stores with the aid of vending machines” (p. 237). - Napoleon Hill


82. “Imagination is the most important factor entering into the art of selling” (p. 239). - Napoleon Hill


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Lesson 6: Enthusiasm

83. “Mix enthusiasm with your work and it will not seem hard or monotonous” (p.251) - Napoleon Hill


84. Definition of Enthusiasm: “Enthusiasm is a state of mind that inspires and arouses one ot put action into the task at hand. It does more than this—it is contagious, and vitally affects not only the enthusiast, but all with whom he comes in contact” (p.251) - Napoleon Hill


85. “Enthusiasm bears the same relationship to a human being that steam does to the locomotive—it is the vital moving force that impels action” (p.251) - Napoleon Hill


86. “Happiness, the final object of all human effort, is a state of mind that can be maintained only through the hope of future achievement” (p. 252) - Napoleon Hill


87. “Enthusiasm is a vital force; so vital, in fact, that no man who has it highly developed can begin even to approximate his power of achievement” (p.253) - Napoleon Hill


88. The Relationship between Your Definite Chief Aim and Your Enthusiasm: “You may be a long way from realization of your definite chief aim, but if you kindle the fire of enthusiasm in your heart, and keep it burning, before very long the obstacles that now stand in the way of your attainment of the purpose will melt away as if by the force of magic, and you will find yourself in possession of power that you did not know you possessed” (p.253) - Napoleon Hill


“Happiness, the final object of all human effort, is a state of mind that can be maintained only through the hope of future achievement”


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89. Definition of Suggestion: “Suggestion is the principle through which your words and your acts and even your state of mind influence others” (p.254) - Napoleon Hill


90. How Suggestion through Vibration Affects Others: “When your own mind is vibrating at a high rate, because it has been stimulated with enthusiasm, that vibration registers in the minds of all within its radius and especially in the minds of those with whom you have come in close contact” (p.254) - Napoleon Hill


91. “Your thoughts constitute the most important of the three ways in which you apply the principle of suggestion, for the reason that they control the tone of your words and, to some extent at least, your actions” (p.255) - Napoleon Hill


92. “Suggestion is one of the most subtle and powerful principles of psychology” (p.262) - Napoleon Hill


93. “No man can afford to express, through words or acts, that which is not in harmony with his own belief, and if he does so he must pay by the loss of his ability to influence others” (p.269) - Napoleon Hill


Lesson 7: Self-Control

94. “Without self-control, enthusiasm resembles the unharnessed lightning of an electrical storm—it may strike anywhere; it may destroy life and property” (p. 289) - Napoleon Hill


95. “Enthusiasm is the vital quality that arouses you to action, while self-control is the balance wheel that directs your action so that it will build up and not tear down” (p.289) - Napoleon Hill


96. “If you neglect to exercise self-control, you are not only likely to injure others, but you are sure to injure yourself!” (p.290) - Napoleon Hill


97. “Lack of self-control is the average salesman’s most damaging weakness” (p.292) - Napoleon Hill


98. “Life is too short and there is too much constructive work to be done to justify us in ‘striking back’ at everyone who says that which do not wish to hear” (p. 293) - Napoleon Hill


99. “Men who control themselves usually boss the job, no matter what it may be” (294) - Napoleon Hill


“A person with well-developed self-control will never, under any circumstances, slander another person or seek revenge for any cause whatsoever”


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100. “No doubt all people who refuse or neglect to exercise self-control are literally turning opportunity after opportunity away without knowing it” (p.295) - Napoleon Hill


101. “You owe it to yourself not to permit your emotions to place your happiness in the keeping of another person” (p.298) - Napoleon Hill


102. “A person with well-developed self-control will not permit himself to be influenced bye the cynic or the pessimist; nor will he permit another person to do his thinking for him” (p.298) - Napoleon Hill


103. “A person with well-developed self-control will stimulate his imagination and his enthusiasm until they have produced action, but he will then control that action and not permit it to control him” (p.298) - Napoleon Hill


104. “A person with well-developed self-control will never, under any circumstances, slander another person or seek revenge for any cause whatsoever” (p.298) - Napoleon Hill


105. “Self-discipline is the most essential factor in the development of personal power, because it enables you to control your appetite and your tendency to spend more than you earn and your habit of ‘striking back’ at those who offend you and the other destructive habits which cause you to dissipate your energies through non-productive effort that takes on forms too numerous to be cataloged in this lesson” (p.301) - Napoleon Hill


106. “Before you can achieve success in the higher and broader sense you must gain such thorough control over yourself that you will be a person of poise” (p.303) - Napoleon Hill


107. “You have not only the power to think but, what is a thousand times more important still, you have the power to control your thoughts and direct them to do your bidding” (p.303) - Napoleon Hill


Before you can achieve success... you must gain such thorough control over yourself that you will be a person of poise”


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108. “Place in your own mind, through the principle of Auto-suggestion, the positive, constructive thoughts which harmonize with your definite chief aim in life, and that mind will transform those thoughts into physical reality and hand them back to you, as a finished product” (p.305) - Napoleon Hill


109. “When you deliberately choose the thoughts which dominate your mind and firmly refuse admittance to outside suggestion, you are exercising self-control in its highest and most efficient form” (p.305) - Napoleon Hill


110. “The master salesman…instead of being a person who accepts, with meek submission, the suggestions of others, he is a person who persuades others to accept his suggestions. By controlling himself and by placing only positive thoughts in his own mind, he thereby becomes a dominating personality, a master salesman” (p.305) - Napoleon Hill


111. How to Have Self-Control: “Deliberately place in your own mind the sort of thoughts that you desire there, and keep out of your mind those thoughts that others place there through suggestion, and you will become a person of self-control” (p.307) - Napoleon Hill

Lesson 8: Habit of Doing More than Paid For

112. “When engaged in work which heh loves, a man may labor for an unbelievably long period of hours without becoming fatigued. Work that a man dislikes or hates brings on fatigue very quickly” (p.323) - Napoleon Hill


113. “A man is most efficient and will more quickly and easily succeed when engaged in work that he loves, or work that he performs in behalf of some person whom he loves” (p.324) - Napoleon Hill


114. “When a man is engaged in work that he loves it is no hardship for him to do more work and better work than that for which he is paid, and for this very reason every man owes it to himself to do his best to find the wort of work he lives best” (p. 324) - Napoleon Hill


“A man is most efficient and will more quickly and easily succeed when engaged in work that he loves, or work that he performs in behalf of some person whom he loves”


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115. “This entire lesson is devoted to the offering of evidence that it really pays to render more service and better service than one is paid to render” (p.329) - Napoleon Hill


116. “The man who engages in work that he loves does not always have the support, in his choice, of his closest friends and relatives” (p.329) - Napoleon Hill


117. “If you for the habit of rendering such service you will become so adept in your work that you can command greater remuneration than those who do not perform such service. You will eventually develop sufficient strength to enable you to remove yourself from any undesirable station in life…” (p.337) - Napoleon Hill


118. “Let us proceed to appropriate this Law of Increasing Returns and learn how to apply it to the service we render, to the end that it may yield returns in excess of and out of proportion to the effort put forth” (p.339) - Napoleon Hill


119. “…when you willingly do more than that for which you are paid, your action attracts the favorable attention of all who are affected by the transaction, and goes another step toward establishing a reputation that will eventually set the Law of Increasing Returns to work in your behalf” (p.340) - Napoleon Hill


120. “It is literally true that you can succeed best and quickest by helping others to succeed” (p. 345) - Napoleon Hill


Life, itself, is a great chariot race, and the victory goes only to those who have developed the strength of character and determination and will-power to win”


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121. “Instead of saying to the world, ‘Show me the color of your money and I will show you what I can do,’ reverse the rule and say, ‘Let me know you the color of my service so that I may take a look at the color of your money if you like my service’” (p.347) - Napoleon Hill


122. “If you will burn the fundamentals into your consciousness you will be a changed person” (p.349) - Napoleon Hill


123. “One of the most essential yet hardest truths that I have had to learn is that every person should be his own hardest task-master” (p.349) - Napoleon Hill


124. “The measure of a man may be taken very accurately by the extent to which he adapts himself to his environment and makes it his business to accept responsibility for each adversity with which he meets, whether the adversity grows out of a cause within his control or not” (p. 351) - Napoleon Hill


125. “Life, itself, is a great chariot race, and the victory goes only to those who have developed the strength of character and determination and will-power to win” (p.353) - Napoleon Hill


Lesson 9: Pleasing Personality

126. Definition of Personality: “Your personality is the sum total of your characteristics and appearances which distinguish you from all others” (p.365) - Napoleon Hill


127. “The clothes you wear, the lines in your face, the tone of your voice, the thoughts you think, the character you have developed by those thoughts, all constitute parts of your personality” (p.365) - Napoleon Hill


128. “There is one way in which you can so express the composite of your personality that wit will always attract… and this is by—taking a keen heart-interest in the other fellow’s ‘game’ in life” (p.366) - Napoleon Hill


129. “We are all alike in this respect—we will listen with intense interest to those who have the tact to talk wo us about that which lies closest to our hearts; and then, out of aa sense of reciprocity, we will also listen with interest when the speaker finally switches the conversation to the subject which lies closest to his or her heart; and, at the end, we will not only ‘sign on the dotted line’ but we will say, ‘What a wonderful personality!’” (p.369) - Napoleon Hill


“In business there are, broadly speaking, two classes of people—the Producers and the Consumers


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130. “We look at a successful man in the hour of his triumph, and wonder how he did it, but we overlook the importance of analyzing his methods and we forget the price he had to pay in careful, well organized preparation which had to be made before he could reap the fruits of his efforts” (p.371) - Napoleon Hill


131. “In business there are, broadly speaking, two classes of people—the Producers and the Consumers” (p.377) - Napoleon Hill


132. “Find a way to shorten the route between producer and consumer and you will have created a plan that will help these two classes and handsomely profit you” (p.377) - Napoleon Hill


133. “The business of bringing producer and consumer together is a profitable business when it is conducted fairly to both, and without a greedy desire to get all there is in sight” (p.378) - Napoleon Hill


134. “The first step in character building is rigid self-discipline” (p.389) - Napoleon Hill


“Let the dominating thought of your mind be a picture of the person that you intend to be


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135. “Let the dominating thought of your mind be a picture of the person that you intend to be” (p.389) - Napoleon Hill


136. “Speak your words of praise with such earnestness that they will impress those to whom you speak; then watch what happens” (p. 390) - Napoleon Hill


137. “Let us now summarize the chief factors which enter into the development of an attractive personality” (p.391) - Napoleon Hill


138. “First: form the habit of interesting yourself in other people; and make it your business to find their good qualities and speak of them in terms of praise” (p.391) - Napoleon Hill


139. “Second: Develop the ability to speak with force and conviction, both in your ordinary conversational tones and before public gatherings, where you must use more volume” (391) - Napoleon Hill


140. “Third: Clothe yourself in a style that is becoming to your physical build and the work in which you are engaged” (p.391) - Napoleon Hill


141. “Fourth: Develop a positive character” (p.391) - Napoleon Hill


142. “Fifth: Learn how to shake hands so that you express warmth of feeling and enthusiasm” (p.391) - Napoleon Hill


143. “Sixth: Attract other people to you by first ‘attracting yourself’ to them” (p.392) - Napoleon Hill


144. “Seventh: Remember that your only limitation, within reason, is the one which YOU set up in YOUR OWN mind” (p.392) - Napoleon Hill

Lesson 10: Accurate Thought

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Lesson 11: Concentration

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Lesson 12: Co-Operation

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Lesson 13: Failure

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Lesson 14: Tolerance

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Lesson 15: The Golden Rule

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