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|Named Person:||Andrew Carnegie|
|All Authors / Contributors:||
Napoleon Hill; Arthur R Pell
|Notes:||Originally published: Meriden, Conn. : Ralston Society, 1937.
|Description:||xv, 302 pages ; 19 cm|
|Contents:||The power of thought --
Desire: The starting point of all achievement (The first step to riches) --
Faith: Visualising and believing in the attainment of desire (The second step to riches) --
Autosuggestion: The medium for influencing the subconscious mind (The third step to riches) --
Specialised knowledge: Personal experiences or observations (The fourth step to riches) --
Imagination: The workshop of the mind (The fifth step to riches) --
Organised planning: The crystallisation of desire into action (The sixth step to riches) --
Decision: The mastery of procrastination (The seventh step to riches) --
Persistence: The sustained effort necessary to induce faith (The eighth step to riches) --
Power of the master mind: The driving force (The ninth step to riches) --
The mystery of sex transmutation (The tenth step to riches) --
The subconscious mind: The connecting link (The eleventh step to riches) --
The brain: A broadcasting and receiving station for thought (The twelfth step to riches) --
The sixth sense: The door to the temple of wisdom (The thirteenth step to riches) --
How to outwit the six ghosts of fear (Clearing the brain for riches) --
The devil's workshop (The seventh basic evil).
|Responsibility:||Napoleon Hill ; rev. and expanded by Arthur R. Pell.|