The Secret Napoleon Hill’s Famous Book Is Finally Revealed
Napoleon Hill’s famous book Think and Grow Rich that was written way back in 1937. I first stumbled upon that book years ago and it started to pave the way to start to change the way I see the world. It was incredibly complicated in the way that it was written because of the type of language they used back in that time.
I have read it at least 100 times.
At the beginning of the book, Napoleon Hill adds his Author’s Preface in which he starts to prepare you for what it is that you are about to read. To this day it is my absolute favorite part of that book.
But something has always bothered me about this first part of his book. He goes into great detail in explaining that in his book, a money-making secret is mentioned in this book. Not only is it mentioned, he claims, but it’s mentioned more than 100 different times. And, he also claims, that it’s mentioned at least once in every chapter.
He even calls it a “magical formula” and that those who discover and use the formula will be swept on to success. He even says that it sits there in plain sight for those individuals that are supposedly “ready for the secret” will be able to see it.
And here is the final part to the beginning of his book. He actually gives you a clue to his secret. He says it’s one half of the secret. This is exactly what he says…
ALL ACHIEVEMENT, ALL EARNED RICHES, HAVE THEIR BEGINNING IN AN IDEA!
It has taken me years and years to discover the other half of his secret. And now, I will unveil it here and I have 100% no doubt in my mind that this is the secret. In fact, I believe it is irrefutable.
Here it is.
The Secret That Napoleon Hill Is Talking About Is
“The Law Of Affection”
All earned riches have their beginning in an idea is the first half. The second half is the idea must affect people, preferably millions.
That’s it. Clear as day. Your idea MUST affect people. Millions of people must be effected preferably in order to bring in riches. And to me, this is absolute and irrefutable. To me it is law.
Like the law of gravity. It never fails. If I pick up my laptop here and slide it off of my table it will fall to the ground 100% of the time. If I do it one time, or if I spend the rest of my life pushes laptops off of desks, those things will always hit the ground. Always. It’s law. It can’t be argued.
It is the law.
So is this law of affection. Affect enough people and you will acquire money.
Impact millions of people and you will make millions. It’s as simple as that.
Do you want proof?
Do you have a bottle of ketchup in your house? It’s probably Heinz Ketchup. How many people do you think squirted ketchup on fries, burgers, hot dogs, eggs, and things we can’t even think of at the moment? I’m willing to bet it is millions. Heinz is worth over $900 million dollars.
Ever popped a tic tac into your mouth? Guess how many people worldwide have done the same? Probably billions because I heard that the company that makes has an annual sales of $19 Billion dollars.
Albert Pujols signed a 10 year $240 million dollar contract. Guess how many people buy Angels baseball game tickets?
They can fit about 50,000 people in a stadium and he plays half his games there and the other half nationwide in front of those fans who pay to watch him play. Also, there are all the games that are televised and aired every night to tens of thousands that advertisers pay huge money to air their ads during the games. Same with games aired on radio.
Why do you think Super Bowl ads cost so much? The ads are aired in front of millions and millions of people. Those super bowl ads have the potential to influence hundreds of millions in one single moment, therefore, the ad airtime is worth millions.
Here Are Handful Of Some Of The Hundreds Of Times Napoleon Hill’s Secret Is Mentioned In His Book
Napoleon Hill talks about Thomas Edison and his inventions including the light bulb. Thomas Edison’s ideas (one half of the secret) not only were great ideas but they impacted millions of people (the other half of the secret).
He talks about Edwin C. Barnes and how he was determined to have a partnership with Thomas Edison. Barnes idea to become a partner was his burning obsession that …