Napoleon Hill’s The Law of Success in Sixteen Lessons

I’ve been doing a bit more biking lately and wanted to see if I couldn’t put my hands on a decent mp3 audiobook that I could listen to while riding. Enter Napoleon Hill’s The Law of Success in Sixteen Lessons, which is apparently one of the original self-improvement/self-help books ever created.

The audiobook consists of over twenty hours of audio, so it is going to take some time to work through it; however, based on all the accolades Hill has received (Heard of Think and Grow Rich?), there must be a few solid concepts in this book. I’ll let you know once I slug through it all!

These days, I’m keenly interested in improving the quality of my life — facets including relationships, work, physical and mental health, et cetera. To that end, there is much waste and inefficiency in the way I currently manage my life, so I’m looking for ways to “hack” my processes and improve them. I’m also optimistic that in engaging in self-evaluation/self-hacking I might advance my life-goals, perhaps coming closer to finding an area on which to focus my energy.

If anyone has pointers in this regard, please let me know!

One reply on “Napoleon Hill’s The Law of Success in Sixteen Lessons”

It sounds like we have similar concerns and questions. I also went through a Napolean Hill phase. I think what really helped me out though was when the Bouncing Souls released “The Gold Album”.

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