J Martin Kohe wrote The Napoleon Hill Foundation published book Your Greatest Power. He also wrote The Secret of Doing Favors For People which the Foundation shared with their email subscribers.
You can download The Secret of Doing Favors at this link.
"Have you often wondered why it is, that the more you do for some people, the worse it is? And too, haven't you found that after you have done a number of favors for people, these same people will disappoint and disrespect you? Is this appreciation - is it any wonder that people who start out in life willing to help and be of service to others, before long, become cold and hard toward the rest of the world?
J. Martin Kohe was an author and psychologist. His most popular book, Your Greatest Power, published by The Napoleon Hill Foundation, has sold over 250,000 copies.
His record How To Overcome Discouragement includes a lecture on ten ways to deal with inevitable discouragement.
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In 1953, at the pinnacle of his career, beloved motivational speaker Napoleon Hill—whose classic Think and Grow Rich continues to inspire millions—distilled his lifetime work into a series of live radio broadcasts. In each one, Hill walked his listeners through one of the Five Foundations for Success—what he described as absolute musts connected to “practically all achievement that’s worth mentioning.”
Napoleon Hill Is on the Air! comprises those never-before-published transcripts in an engaging Q&A format. Together they provide deep analysis of the “Big Five” principles and how to apply them for maximum benefit in business and relationships. The transcripts also offer rich, off-the-cuff insights and inspirational stories derived from Hill’s years spent studying American icons, including Henry Ford, Andrew Carnegie, Thomas Edison, Charles M. Schwab, and President Franklin D. Roosevelt. This remarkable book offers a unique perspective on Napoleon Hill’s groundbreaking principles of success—as practical and powerful today as when he first discovered them.