Napoleon Hill’s “Patterns for Inhabiting Success” By Napoleon Hill, Compiled by Judith Williamson – A Book Review



Reviewed by Richard R. Blake


Proven Success Principles that Work

Over the last few years, I have been reintroduced to the success principles of Napoleon Hill. I have read the 1937 text of “Think and Grow Rich,” over again. I have also had a chance to read other official publications of The Napoleon Hill Foundation republished by Sound Wisdom.


“Napoleon Hill’s Patterns for Inhabiting Success” includes Ben Sweetland’s Course of Lessons Designed to Teach You HOW to tap the Powers of the Mind,”


The course draws from the writings of well-known leaders including C. Clement Stone, Florence Scovel Shinn, Dorothy Carnegie, Harold Sherman, Claude Bristol, and many others.


I am determined to apply these principles to my life; continue to read, expand my world, and impact those I contact through my writing. I want to instill my passion for lifelong learning and the importance of putting into practice Napoleon Hill’s “Patterns for Inhabiting Success.”


Whatever you are looking for in life: money, fame, power, contentment, peace of mind, or happiness.


Exercising Napoleon Hill’s “Patterns for Inhabiting Success” will ensure a measure of success and leave a legacy for your loved ones.

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

Sound Wisdom, P. O. Box 310, Shippensburg, PA 17257,

978-1640951280, $15.99, 2019, 218 pages



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