Truthful Living: The First Writings of Napoleon Hill

Jeffrey Gitomer

New York Times bestselling author Jeffrey Gitomer brings you the very foundation of Napoleon Hill's self-help legacy: his long-lost original notes, letters, and lectures--now compiled, edited, and annotated for the modern reader. Twenty years before the publication of his magnum opus Think and Grow Rich , Napoleon Hill was an instructor, philosopher, and writer at the George Washington Institute in Chicago, where he taught courses in advertising and sales.

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Publisher: Grand Harbor Press
Publish Date: 10/30/2018
Pages: 243
ISBN-13: 9781503942011
ISBN-10: 1503942015
Language: English

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New York Times bestselling author Jeffrey Gitomer brings you the very foundation of Napoleon Hill's self-help legacy: his long-lost original notes, letters, and lectures--now compiled, edited, and annotated for the modern reader.

Twenty years before the publication of his magnum opus Think and Grow Rich, Napoleon Hill was an instructor, philosopher, and writer at the George Washington Institute in Chicago, where he taught courses in advertising and sales. These rare, never-before-seen lectures were thought to be lost to history. Until now.

Given exclusive access to the archives of the Napoleon Hill Foundation, Jeffrey Gitomer has unearthed Hill's original course notes containing the fundamental beliefs in hard work and personal development that established Hill as a global leader of success and positive attitude.

In Truthful Living, Gitomer has captured Hill's foundational wisdom for the twenty-first century. These easy-to-implement real-world strategies for life, family, business, and the bottom line prove as energizing and inspiring today as they were nearly one hundred years ago.

About the Author

Born into poverty in southwest Virginia in 1883, Oliver Napoleon Hill was encouraged to write by his stepmother and soon discovered a talent for it. He began working as a "mountain reporter" for small-town newspapers and went on to become America's most beloved motivational author. His classic book Think and Grow Rich had sold twenty million copies by the time of Hill's death in 1970 and remains a cornerstone of the modern self-actualization movement.

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