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Law of Success
The Law of Success is the culmination of 25 years of research during which Napoleon Hill conducted extensive face-to-face interviews with over 500 of the most successful people in the last 100 years, including 4 of the richest men in world history. This book is considered the most important and complete book ever written on the subject of personal achievement and financial independence. It was years ahead of its time and remains unequaled in its, power, depth, and scope. There's never been, and may never be, another book like it.The original version of the Law of Success was finished by Napoleon Hill in 1925 and released as a limited hand made edition consisting of only 118 copies. Each of these distinctive editions were comprised of 15 booklets and given to many of the most successful businessmen of the day, self-made billionaires, inventors, presidents, and others who shaped and built modern America; all of whom had contributed to the book's content. People like, John D. Rockefeller, Thomas Edison, Henry Ford, Theodore Roosevelt, Alexander Graham Bell and many others.

This 1925 version predates all other publications i.e. Law of Success (1928 revision), Think and Growth Rich (1937 revision). All subsequent publications labeled "unabridged" or "unedited" were based on the revised 1928 version, which was incorrectly thought to be a first edition.



About the author...

Napoleon HillNapoleon Hill (October 26, 1883 - November 8, 1970) was an American author who was one of the earliest producers of the modern genre of personal-success literature. His books have inspired millions of people and made him one of the best-selling authors of all time. Hill's works examined the quintessential principles that connected all successful people and the role that each played in personal success. He became the presidential adviser to Franklin D. Roosevelt from 1933-36. Detailing how achievement actually occurs, and the formula for it that puts success in reach for ordinary people, are the focal points of Hill's books.