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Summary

This one-of-a-kind recording of Napoleon Hill’s life-changing philosophy is narrated by his grandson, Dr. J.B. Hill.

Everything you desire is within your reach, if you learn to tap the miraculous power that lies within your own personality.

Success belongs to those lucky people who are blessed with successful personalities. With these outstanding human beings, success is a daily miracle, a way of life, a habit.

Business people, preachers, doctors, soldiers, artists - people in every walk of life - are learning to achieve their goals, to overcome all obstacles to their success, to live the life they want, through the miraculous power of the successful personality.

You can be one of these people.

Napoleon Hill, world-famous author, associate of great and successful people from Andrew Carnegie to Franklin D. Roosevelt, lifelong teacher of the open secrets of success, can give you this knowledge and power.

©1971 The Napoleon Hill Foundation. (P)2014 Brilliance Audio, all rights reserved.

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  • 23-08-16

Grande material Narrated...

...with 4000% lack luster. I had to speed the audio to 1.35 times just to make it a listen of "regular" cadence. I thought it'd be awesome to listen to Napoleon Hill's grandson read his work - figuring he'd at least have basic delivery skills, as the audio is available for sale. WRONG!! As a sentiment, it should have been done privately and passed to family at holidays. No, the sample can't & does not prepare the buyer for the narrative drought. Be prepared to speed it up OR listen only when in bed. Great material - typical Hill work but this work deserves a narrator!!!

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  • 22-12-14

Great book / Sad narrator

I expected the book to be better as it is the last thing Napoleon Hill worked on .The narrator 's mood or intonation is that of a sad or regretful person. I wish you publish the book once more and of course with a professional narrator

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  • 21-03-21

Clear concise picture

I thought it was very well done and the narrator was great. I enjoyed the information. The narration kept me quite awake and thinking on an early morning drive of nearly 200 miles. Thank you.

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  • 21-12-20

You can work your own Miracles

It is a great Book, to read it several times until applied consciously. It has a lot to learn and explain very clearly

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  • guadalupe arellano
  • 12-05-21

Wow, great book about belief

Easier to apply methods to achieve desired outcomes, grow a positive mindset, become strong and transmute pain. I love it! Super interesting!

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  • Sally C
  • 28-02-21

So painful to listen! The narrator is terrible

I have read a few books about Napoleon Hill the reader made it so interesting that you really wanted to listen! This man is the most boring and annoying narrator on audible.
I can’t even listen to him!
Do something change the narrator please

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  • 21-04-21

Love the wisdom

I am a huge fan of Hills work I can't get through them all fast enough!

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  • 17-03-21

Might have been informative

Might have been but the person reading the book spoke in a monotone voice making it boring

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  • 07-03-21

Dry reading

The reader shows No emotion whatsoever in the reading, flat tone creates boredom
Otherwise interesting information.

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  • Leon Burke, Jr.
  • 25-10-21

Should be required reading for any serious learner.

The reader is at times too mechanical. He also fails to emphasize important elements. One example of the conscious mind affecting behavior is that the information doesn’t have to be correct.
We believed the world was flat. That belief was conscious and wrong.