Organo Gold Convention videos
Organo Gold featured a number of presentations from The Napoleon Hill Foundation during their 2010 GO Beyond Convention in Florida. Enjoy these videos of presenations by Judy Williamson, Don Green and Dr JB Hill.
Organo Gold is very proud of their partnership with The Napoleon Hill Foundation. The Foundation sold many books over the weekend and were very well received.
Dr JB Hill has an amazing story. He is Napoleon Hill's grandson.
Dr. Hill, born in Morgantown, W.Va., is the son of David Hill, the youngest son of Napoleon Hill and Florence Hornor. He graduated from high school in 1966 and spent time in the Merchant Marines until 1969, when he was drafted into service as a private with the United States Marine Corps.
By 1973, he had been promoted five times to the rank of staff sergeant and given the opportunity to attend Vanderbilt University, where he earned a bachelor’s degree in mechanical engineering. At graduation, he was commissioned as a second lieutenant and commenced service in the Marines as a field artillery officer. He later earned a master’s degree in mathematics from the Naval Postgraduate School.
As an officer, he held command twice, led a team of military advisors into Southeast Asia, briefed the Soviet General Staff, served as aide-de-camp to two Marine Corps generals, taught mathematics at the U.S. Naval Academy, and served in many critical billets at the battery, battalion, and regimental level. He is certified in scuba, mountain, cold weather, and jungle warfare and is a graduate of the Army’s Command and General Staff College.
In 1995, he retired from the Marine Corps after 26 years of service to study medicine. At the age of 53, he graduated from medical school and started a three-year residency in family medicine. Dr. Hill is now board-certified in family medicine and holds certifications in wound care and hyperbaric medicine.
He lives with his wife and two children in Bridgeport, WV. His children are young and adopted and Dr Hill is the age of most grandparents. I had the privilege of sitting next to them while Dr Hill addressed the convention and they were his biggest cheeerleaders. They clapped and shouted for their dad. It was very touching.