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Go Navigate Your Way To Success by Napoleon Hill Foundation and George Harrison Phelps

Go Navigate Your Way To Success is a Napoleon Hill Foundation book written by George Harrison Phelps.

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AMAZON description:

Go Navigate Your Way to Success is a book filled with stories that entertain and teach simultaneously. There are 51 short tales that are matched item per item to a lesson that Dr. Napoleon Hill himself has written.

Also, placed throughout the pages are contemporary commentaries by individuals who value and use Dr. Hill’s success teachings. Each essay is dedicated to telling a story and then making a point. Not only will you enjoy the story, but you will also gain a valuable success lesson that stays in your memory bank. And, at just the right moment when you need the teaching, you will recall the story and apply the lesson to your benefit.

The selections from Dr. Hill’s teachings are taken from his earliest works that include Napoleon Hill’s Magazine, The Law of Success, Think and Grow Rich, and one excerpt from How to Attract Men and Money.

I feel that these selections fit best within the historical context of the stories used to illustrate the lessons. It is interesting to note that success stories of this nature are available in all walks of life, but in order to extract the lesson and put it to personal use, the reader must ask three questions:

First, “What is the lesson or moral of the story?” Next, “How does the lesson correspond to or enhance the story?” And, finally, “How does this apply to me right now, today?”

Judith Williamson Director, Napoleon Hill World Learning Center

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