Prudence.

In this word, the foundation for critical thinking intersects with both Napoleon Hill’s and Wallace Wattles’ bodies of work. To practice prudence is to demonstrate our ability to govern and discipline ourselves by the use of reason. There’s no circumventing the rational mind and the sense of sanity that it gives us. In that sense,…

Troubleshooting Thinking

“Truly, ‘thoughts are things,’ and powerful things at that, when mixed with purpose, persistence and a burning desire for their translation into riches or other material objects.” – Napoleon Hill, Think and Grow Rich, page 1. That statement is the first one made in the book, Think and Grow Rich. It’s also a great basis…

The Challenge of A Great

Andrew Carnegie asked Napoleon Hill if he “would be willing to spend twenty years or more, preparing myself to take it to the world, to men and women who, without the secret, might go through life as failures.” Napoleon Hill said yes, and his work and that quote is seen in the book Think and…