Law of Success by Napoleon Hill

Law of Success

Teaching, for the First Time in the History of the World, the True Philosophy upon which all Personal Success is Built.“You Can Do It if You Believe You Can!”THIS is a course on the fundamentals of Success.Success is very largely a matter of adjusting one’s self to the ever-varying and changing environments of life, in a spirit of harmony and poise.

Details Law of Success

TitleLaw of Success
Release DateJun 26th, 2004
PublisherHigh Roads Media
GenreSelf Help, Business, Personal Development, Nonfiction

Reviews Law of Success

  • Jeffrey
    This or some form of this book should be a part of every child's curriculum, beginning at least freshman year in high school. Why? As an educator with over ten years experience (K-12 two years, college / university eight years) I can tell you that if a student comes to class with all the talent in the world WITHOUT an understanding (a very specific understanding) of his / her definite purpose (Hill calls it "chief aim"), self-confidence, a habit ...
  • Baxter
    Very useful book for those who want to become successful in life. Highly recommended for all. Amazing write up by Napoleon Hill. I bought this book at special price from here:
  • Anton Klink
    Having finished the short "Napoleon Hill's Keys to Success", the medium sized "Think and Grow Rich" and the massive "The Law of Success" all back to back, and having found them all fairly similar, I will discuss them all at once.First of all, "Napoleon Hill's Keys to Success" is not by Napolen Hill at all. It is a fairly short book by modern authors outlining the main principles of success found in Hill's other books, especially "Law of Success" ...
  • Zain
    15 Timeless Principles of Success:1. Having a Definite Chief Aim2. Self Confidence3. The Habit of Saving4. Initiative & Leadership 5. Imagination6. Enthusiasm7. Self-Control8. The Habit of Doing More than Paid For9. Pleasing Personality 10. Accurate Thought11. Concentrate 12. Cooperation 13. Profiting by Failure14. Tolerance15. Practicing the Golden Rule
  • Chris Ruby
    This is one of the best self-help books I've ever read! I have to admit, the book is quite verbose and boring at times (particularly in the beginning), but if you can get through the 1st quarter of the book, the remainder is well worth it.
  • Kelly Murray
    Napoleon Hill was definitely ahead of his time. I learned so much from this. Just like there are indisputable laws of the Universe, there are also indisputable laws of success that any one must learn and accept if they wish to attain any sort of achievement.
  • Mark
    This book is about 600 pages. It is 15 laws of success while I have seen a photocopy version of the original printing at that has 16 laws. It seems that the introduction chapter in my version is actually the 1st law on forming a mastermind group. I have completed the book and this is a foundation book for everyone! This is a book you could study for quite some time. Some of the stories are a little dated especially when he talks about salaries bu...
  • Henrik Haapala
    • The STORIES in this book are GOLD! • This is old school success lessons that are timeless. • The tramp who meets hill and is shown a mirror story.Importance of salesmanship! • Lesson 1: a definite chief aim. Focus like a lens focuses light into one spot and burns it. Constantly remind yourself of your short term and long term goals including your definite chief aim. You must actually believe you can achieve and not merely wish. • "Fr...
  • Jeff Stockett
    This book is amazing. It is filled with timeless principles. This book is the culmination of Napoleon Hill's more than 20 years of studying and interviewing successful people.This book contains an in-depth look at the habits that are required to bring about success. I really liked that this book acknowledges that material wealth is the primary focus of many of its readers. But it also emphasizes the other aspects of success.Some of my favorite le...
  • Chris Munson
    This book was written over 80 years ago, but still holds up well. I will issue a warning that much of the content is considered New Age, even by todays standards. I imagine back in the 1920s they must have thought that Napoleon Hill was a lunatic. The book is far superior to its sequel, Think and Grow Rich. The book is divided into 15 easy to digest lessons. Hill tends to meander within the lessons (e.g. he sometimes does not get to the actual to...
  • Sorilbran
    I marvel at the simplicity of some of the principles and cringe a bit at the stretching in my character required to deliver on some of the other principles. Hill presents an arsenal of success tools that are pretty all-encompassing. These are methods by which one can govern her mind, mind, mood and attitudes. She who has the guts to cultivate all 17 principles will surely win the prize.
  • Mark Peacock
    1. have defined aim2. cooperate with others to obtain aim3. have a pleasant personality4. don't waste time with thoughts or people who can support you5. focus on aim6. master mind. gather from team of co-contributors7. don't procrastinate... be disciplined
  • Steven Walle
    An othergreat book by Napolian Hill who is my favorite self help author. A full review is on it's way.Be Blessed.Diamond
  • Honoree
    One of my top 5 favorite books. I have read it now, in its entirety, 7 times.
  • Keith
    Excellent book with workable principles. It is a little long so it will require a commitment, but if you make that commitment you'll be glad you did.No matter what your current occupation or means of making money, simply reading this book will make you better at it.Very highly recommended.For those who want more of this kind of material, I encourage you to join the Global Information Network. Use referral code "KFlint"
  • ★1740 Investments★
    Teaching, for the First Time in the History of the World, the True Philosophy upon which all Personal Success is Built.“You Can Do It if You BELIEVE You Can!”THIS is a course on the fundamentals of Success.Success is very largely a matter of adjusting one’s self to the ever-varying and changing environments of life, in a SPIRIT of harmony and poise. Napoleon Hill was born in 1883 in a one-room cabin on the Pound River in Wise County, Virgin...
  • Ayodeji Majekodunmi
    I found this title highly informative and motivating. The lessons and supportive arguments constantly remind you of the author's primary message.The presentation is easy to follow. Overall, it is a great book. The major challenge with this title is the level of repetition you may observe. Probably for emphasis, major points are repeated time and again. This may cause you to quickly flip through some of the pages. The repetitions also had the effe...
  • Diego Eis
    Não é um livro pra se ler apenas uma vez. Pelo contrário, o próprio autor diz que todas as lições devem ser relidas varias vezes durante algum tempo para que possamos reter o máximo possível do seu significado.Abaixo seguem alguns highlights. Mas isso não é nem 1% que o livro passa. - Ignorância, falta de cultura e pobreza - Faça mais que as suas obrigações- Fazer mais que a obrigação eleva a pessoa para um lugar de prioridade- Or...
  • Lori Grant
    A should-read book on success frameworks in self development for knowledge workers, managers, executives, and entrepreneurs.
  • Adalberto Cardoso
    A dense and thoughtful book. Worth a visit once and a while through different time of life.
  • Thiago Santos
    Livro excelente com diversas dicas sobre a lei da atraçao e PNL. Acredito que se praticarmos os conhecimentos compartilhados nesse livro, com certeza teremos sucesso.
  • Jason Ong Wicky
    This book is a longer version of Napoleon Hill's bestseller 'Think and Grow Rich' or rather 'TAGR' is a condensed version.This book is very long winded.
  • Brad
    One of the most important books you will ever read!
  • Raphael Santos
    It is for sure one of the books that people should read, despite the ambition this person has. Some ideas can sure have a big impact in the human relations and result in the construction of a better world. Although, I highly agree with the author that some concepts when misunderstood could have terrible impact in the life of the man who applies this in a wrong way.For me it was also funny reading scientific concepts of the time when it was writte...
  • Nick Woodall
    I wanted to like these books, but had a really hard time getting there. It is two volumes. I just finished the first volume. I am now starting on the second volume. So, my review may change after finishing the second volume, but I doubt it. It is very secular, and some of the sessions, like the law of attraction, is really a lot of mumbo-jumbo to me. Now, if you want to say: Birds of a feather, stay together. That I understand. But not the univer...
  • Don Nestor
    "No matter who you are or what may be yourlifework, you are playing checkers with TIME! It isalways your next move. Move with quick DECISIONand Time will favor you. Stand still and Time willwipe you off the board.You cannot always make the right move, but, ifyou make enough moves you may take advantage ofthe law of averages and pile up a creditable scorebefore the great game of LIFE is ended. "The longest book I have ever read. Similar to "Think ...
  • Chad Holman
    I agree with other reviewers who say this should be read in some form in High School. As a so-called Gen-X kid, I see tremendous value to my generation, millennials, and whatever we end up calling the current generation of high schoolers. Of course some of the concepts and theories are dated, but the overall messaging of what helps a person succeed in their life endeavor, whatever that may be, is sound.