The objective for this resolution was to make reading a habit. So I went searching, to no avail, I never checked that book out. However, I was determined not to leave empty handed. The book at the library was a weathered copy. It was an older version of the book. Good enough for me. I checked the book out. With only pages, I quickly devoured the knowledge within those weathered pages in less than a week. If it was a book I owned, I would have highlighted the crap out of it. Because I am a good library member, I refrained from vandalizing the book.
Secondhand Success by Categories
Since I started with writing the answers to the self analysis questions from Think and Grow Rich I have been thinking about creating a page about those questions and answers. And I just see I already wrote more than 20 self analysis posts and just making the list makes me realize the enormous amount of content I have been writing in this site. And that again makes me think of how doing something small every day can end up into huge things as long as you just continue doing it. More to follow, as it is enough for today. But even with that, if I just add one line to the list every day, about two months from now the list will be complete. I mostly read everything you post on your inspiration pages and I mostly never know ether to start to make a comment. Seems to me the person who has really done this is Napopeon Hill! Like many self help books I feel they appeal to a need in people; in this case to grow rich.
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Napoleon Hill was one of the earliest producers of the modern genre of personal-success literature, and is widely considered to be one of the greatest writers on success. James Randolph was best known for sponsoring eleven times an amendment to the Constitution that would grant citizens aged between 18 and 21 the right to vote. He first introduced the amendment in , arguing that young soldiers fighting in World War II should be able to vote.
Annual self-analysis is an essential in the effective marketing of personal services, as is annual inventory in merchandising. Moreover, the yearly analysis should disclose a decrease in faults, and an increase in virtues. One goes ahead, stands still, or goes backward in life. Annual self-analysis will disclose whether advancement has been made, and if so, how much. It will also disclose any backward steps one may have made. The effective marketing of personal services requires one to move forward even if the progress is slow.