Napoleon Hill’s Keys to Personal Achievement with Commentary by Judith Williamson – A Book Review

Napoleon Hill’s Keys to Personal Achievement

By Napoleon Hill with Commentary by Judith Williamson

Sound Wisdom, P. O. Box 310, Shippensburg, PA 17257, 978- 0768410136, $ 15.99, 2016, 192 pages

Reviewed by Richard R. Blake,

A Combination of a Applied Faith, a Purpose and a Plan to Determine Achievement

“Napoleon Hill’s Keys to Personal Achievement” is made up of 52 essays taken from the archives of Dr. Hill’s writings. Judith Williamson, director the Napoleon Hill World learning center, provides insight into the timeless writings, wisdom, and ideologies of Dr. Napoleon Hill to a whole new generation of readers.

Each chapter includes a motivational quote from highly respected authors, world leaders, including W. Clement Stone, Jim Stovall, J. B. Hill, and others. This is followed with a contemporary commentary by Williamson highlighting the content of the selected them of Hill’s essay.

The themes selected for this collection encourage the reader to recognize the value and opportunity of time, the benefits of self-discipline, personal initiative, and the principle and power of imagination. Readers will gain a higher vision of success, a positive mental attitude, and an enthusiasm for life.

Napoleon Hill’s writing will stir your imagination, inspire action, provide a strong ethical foundation, and increase your capacity to dream. Readers of Dr. Hill’s earlier books will “rekindle the fires that got them going in the first place.”

This is a book worthy of reading for content, assimilating specific details, testing new ideas, and re-reading for ongoing inspiration.

“Napoleon Hill’s Keys to Personal Achievement” includes Hill’s trademark principles, applied faith, and a well-defined purpose with a plan in place to determine achievement.  Highly recommended.

A complimentary copy of this book was provided for review purposes. The opinions expressed are my own.

 

 

 

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